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Nicki Minaj calls out Sharon Osbourne for perpetuating a racist double standard against black women

Rapper Nicki Minaj — who’s built a career not just on her lyrical genius but also a message of self-empowerment — doesn’t have time for your racist double standards. In an interview with Marie Claire, Minaj spoke out about the unfair criticisms slung her way (specifically from Sharon Osbourne) that white women are largely exempt from.

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Freedom Rap (Panther Theme)

Queen Latifah, Yo-Yo, TLC, MC Lyte, Nefertiti, Salt-N-Pepa, Patra, Meshell

This is the one right here. This is the one.

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Missy was always creative.

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Eve - “She Bad Bad”

I believe this is the first single off an album slated to be released this year.

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Salt-N-Pepa - Ain’t Nuthin’ But A She Thing

When I think of feminism and Hip Hop this is the first song that comes to mind. Salt-N-Pepa came into the rap game when no women were getting respect as emcees. Came strutting in heels and spandex and slayed the game. Respect their gangsta.

It’s a she thing and it’s all in me

 I could be anything that I want to be 

Don’t consider me a minority 

Open up your eyes and maybe you’ll see 

It’s a she thing and it’s all in me

I could be anything that I want to be 

Don’t consider me a minority 

Ladies help me out if you agree It’s a she thing