ScHoolboy Q Blasts Black-Centered Media Outlets Over Negative Coverage

"I hope everybody hears this: f*ck The Source"

(AllHipHop News) ScHoolboy Q let loose his fifth studio album, CrasH Talk, on April 26. The Top Dawg Entertainment wordsmith sat down with Ebro Darden on Apple Music’s Beats 1 to talk about the project and more.

The conversation included Q venting his frustrations with Hip Hop media outlets. In particular, he called out publications that allegedly posted footage of Nipsey Hussle being killed on March 31.

"People don't care. They don't care. The biggest platform that so-called preaches to a black audience, they only want to talk about when we're doing bad," said Q. "I'm so tired of seeing rappers owing taxes, and y'all posting that. What the f*ck is that about? I mean chill, let the n*gga live. You know what I'm saying? You don't have problems too? N*ggas got problems right now. Let them go through it. Like The Source and then they post that video of Nipsey dead. F*ck The Source forever."

He added, "They posted a video of Nipsey getting killed. And I hope everybody hears this: f*ck The Source. How you do that to us? You want to listen to our music? You want to report about us but you want to post some sh*t like this. Come on bro, that's not fair bro. And then y'all want us to be showing love. Man, that's silly. F*ck them."

ScHoolboy Q went on to call out any rapper or person that chooses to associate with The Source. The "Chopstix" performer then suggested, "Say no sometimes. You know how many times I done said no during my press run? Like, 'What? We going where? F*ck you mean they trying to talk me into doing it?'"

This is the latest example of a rap star taking issue with the black-centered press. Recently, Cardi B slammed The Shade Room for what she perceived as the blog's biased coverage of her husband Offset and members of the Quality Control label. She also complained about the media supposedly instigating the T.I./Kodak Black feud.

Comments (4)
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Lilrichard
Lilrichard

This is like telling a rapper what to rap about and them not taking offense to it. How can an artist of all people be asked to be viewed under one kind of lens? Also if said outlets were to only cover "positive" aspects of rappers' lives. You do know those sites/blogs would never be read. That's like a newspaper full of only good news. No one would read it.

Jennylove
Jennylove

What point is he trying to make.. Sounds lame to me..

Rolfweinstein
Rolfweinstein

He’s done. Tough up batty boy, you sound like that hoe Retardi B.

Rolfweinstein
Rolfweinstein

So people should only celebrate your efforts and not tell the truth about anything that hurts? LMAO This is some petty bish mess right here. These industry types are spoiled clowns now. Take this L school bus q.