Slim Thug can drink bleach.
Oh no, was that too harsh?
Well, that’s how I’m feeling after discovering how an artist whose southern rhythms I now regret blasting through my Brownstone window really feels about me.
Yep, it’s kind of safe to say Slim Thug’s recent words on Black women and relationships makes John Mayer look like a saint.
The rapper most known for his hit album Already Platinum and a feature on Beyonce’s ‘Check On It,’ all of which took place years ago spoke to Vibe about why its hard to trust a Black woman. Among the more insulting, degrading and just downright uneducated things that comes from the 29-year-old Houston rapper’s mouth is, “Black women have to bow down, start cooking and be down for they man more.”
Really Stayve Jerome Thomas? One question: How do the women in your family feel about your words? Oh, your weren’t referring to them, right?
“My girl is Black and White. I guess the half White in her is where she still cooks and do all the shit I say, so we make it. She just takes care of me and I like that.” He continues to half humiliate and half praise his half White girl. “She don’t be begging and I don’t gotta buy her all this crazy ass shit. And she’s a smart girl too. She graduated from Columbia and I like that about her so its cool.”
Next question: What does your biracial girlfriend think about your words? Oh, she probably speaks when you grant her permission to, right?
“White women treat they man like a king and Black women feel like they ain’t gotta do that shit. Black women need to stand by their man more.”
Somebody get Letoya Luckett on the phone.
You know, I could go into an analytical rebuttal calling out the overt misogyny, self-hating and unsubstantiated claims Slim Thug among loads of hurt and ignorant rappers have made. But I won’t. Because this is how they like to respond: