Yung Joc shares his opinions on the future of female rappers.
The Atlanta rapper recently sat down with Vlad, where he explained why he believes female rappers won’t be around too much longer.
“Let’s think of colonies,” he began. “The colony will do anything and everything for the Queen. Women are celebrated differently. They are held at a higher regard for certain things. Women don’t really want to share. And sometimes they don’t want to share the spotlight.”
He continued, “It’s already hard for women to find their place anyway. Even now, you got all these female rappers. Let’s give it another 180 days. Let’s give it to this time next year and let’s see if we got this many female rappers that’s buzzing. I bet you it won’t.”
Joc further explained his statement, using Nicki Minaj and Latto’s beef that occurred last month as an example. (starts at the 3:30mark)
“Women are very confrontational. Very bold. [They’re] very forthcoming. Very canny. Like the thing with Latto and Nicki. Nicki is kind of bullyesque. I think Nicki as of late has been a little bullyish. And Latto didn’t back down in the situation.”
In the interview, Joc addresses DaBaby’s situation and how his behavior towards women led to his downfall.
“One of the last things that [DaBaby] did that possibly ticked off his fanbase, Joc said. “The women in this culture, is out the blue saying he f*ck Meg Thee Stallion. You always gotta remember, man, that like being in a position of being an entertainer, if you’re fan base is more women, when it starts looking like you’re a womanizer and you don’t care about women or you’ll go against them women… that sh*t’s gonna stick with them.”