Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)
(AllHipHop Rumors) Singer J. Holiday made waves in the early 2000's with his single "Bed." The single was written by fellow R&B artist The Dream and was popular during the period.
Recently J. Holiday reemerged in notorious fashion. What happened? Is what you're probably asking. Actually, that's what we're all asking.
The dormant singer caught the eye of the public after voicing his displeasure with black women. His main problem was them using pain in their songs and growing successful.
“So apparently the black men still losing to the women. I get it. No disrespect, I was raised by a woman, I have two older sisters, man, I have absolute, all respect for Black women.," said J. Holiday.
"But with that being said, understand this, man: black men, African-American men, men from the hood, we go through everything to make sure that who we care about are taken care of. We don’t swing d**ks around…don’t do all this bullsh*t to be seen."
Those were some disparaging remarks. However, J. Holiday didn't stop there.
"I got daughters, man. Beyoncé, Cardi B, SZA. All y’all motherf**kers. Stop using that f*cking pain to make it OK to say some bullsh*t on your record, and get nominated for a Grammy for going through some bullsh*t. Because so have I as a Black motherf**king man.,” said J. Holiday.
I actually like Sza and Cardi B's music. Beyonce is kind of a stretch. I don't know what's going on with J. Holiday to be honest. The video seems like one of those "woken" ranks we all try to avoid.
Do you think J. Holiday had a valid point?