Rapper Jadakiss isnt about to condemn accused domestic abuser Chris Brown, but certainly sees the errors in upsetting the female demographic. The rapper recently made a stop though Philly, at a conference for women, and offered his opinions. I'm not going to knock him, [because] the whole world is knocking him, Jadakiss told AllHiphop.com. You can't hit females. The Yonkers rapper will address the strength in woman on his new album, The Last Kiss, with a duet with songstress Jazmine Sullivan. Its called Smoking Guns. Females are real strong. They go through something and hold it in forever, he said of the song. Kiss said that Sullivan appealed to him musically because she has also addressed abuse in song. But my song isnt about physical abuse, its about other types of abuse, he explained. Jadakiss explained that his appreciation for female extends into his approach in music. One of the things I learned from Biggie and Puff Daddy is that the ladies buy albums. You have to acknowledge the ladies, he stated. I've always been the one to stay on the hottest R&B collabos. I do joints to let the ladies know I'm out here. All week [if the ladies are listening to a track] before they get their hair and their nails done, they're going to go and buy it. Ever since I entered the game, I've always made a point to put at least two or three joints on there for the ladies. I done sat with ladies and listened to CD's and heard them be like "he aint have nothing on there for us." I would never want that happen with any of my projects. The Last Kiss is expected to drop on April 7th 2009 with features by Swizz Beatz, OJ Da Juiceman, Mary J. Blige, Nas, Lil Wayne, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon, The Lox and others.