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Asian Doll Responds To Hitmaka’s Comments

Asian Doll Responds To Hitmaka’s Comments

Asian Doll Responds To Hitmaka’s Comments. There seems to be a discrepancy in sexual rap lyrics. That is, as it relates to female rappers.

Did Hitmaka Hit A Sore Spot With Asian Doll?

Asian Doll Responds To Hitmaka’s Comments. Let’s take a look at this issue. Since hip-hop began males have dominated. However, female rappers came on the scene with a vengeance.

At first, some fans had a difficult time accepting female rappers. Especially since they came with a different perspective. But it was not the alleged female rapper who played it safe.

In other words, Lil Kim’s sexual innuendo’s that raised questions. She caused many people to cringe. Especially since, as Hitmaka put it, pu**y rap is over the top, as reported by Vibe.

Needless to say, Lil Kim was the pioneer of this phenomenon. Never before had female rappers shared their liberation with sex in song. Of course, there were some R&B singers who pushed the envelope.

Singers such as Millie Jackson in the 1960s introduced sexually explicit tunes. As R&B evolved so did rap music. That is why Lil Kim had the courage to own her sexual style of rap.

However, Hitmaka may have ruffled some feathers. After making this comment,

When Asian Doll got wind of this, it was on. She hit back by saying, men do the same thing.

Does Asian Doll have a point? Should Hitmaka be concerned about female rappers? Also, who gave him the authority to judge? Having said this, there are others on either side of the issue,

For instance, Jermaine Dupree allegedly agrees with Hitmaka. On the other hand, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B side are on opposing sides. Either way, there will always be differing views. What say you?

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