(AllHipHop News) Rap star 50 Cent is defending some controversial comments he made about “angry black women” earlier this year.
During in an interview with Haute Living magazine, Fif defended the controversial remarks during his interview with Lil Wayne, insisting his comment was misconstrued.
“What I said exactly was… ‘When the person is from somewhere other than what you’ve experienced, the communication is a little different because they come from different walks of life’,” he said. “And when I said that, (there was a lot of anger and women saying), ‘You don’t think black girls are exotic.’ And I said, ‘They be angry when they see a black man with someone else other than African-American women in general.’”
50 comments sparked an immediate backlash.
In fact, Wayne’s daughter Reginae and her mom Toya Wright chimed in shortly after 50’s appearance on Young Money Radio.
I’m black ! I’m beautiful ! I’m enough ! I’m exotic ! I’m amazing ! I’m one of a mf kind !!!! Now where my black beautiful Queens at ? 🥰🥰
— Love me (@reginae_carter1) July 6, 2020
And 50’s ex, Vivica Fox was more forthright with her reply, labeling 50 a “f##k boy.”
“He just has f##k boy tendencies. When I read that I was like, “Really?” You would say that, because you don’t want anyone to challenge you,” Vivica said.