The owner of AllHipHop.com wrote an open letter to Nicki Minaj basically chastising (concern trolling) her for the recent g-string picture that serves as the cover to her new single Anaconda. He’s sad that “as a father”…
I dont give a damn what you’ve studied. You are conflating how humans behave socially (repeating what they see and hear and what not) with the responsibility of a parent. As a parent your job is to make sure your children aren’t exposed to inappropriate things and to be able to distinguish between reality and fiction; you do not get to blame Nicki for your child seeing her album. Why is no one talking about why parents are letting their kids listen to her in the first place? Because it’s easier for them to shift their responsibilities onto a 3rd party and then attack them for their failings as a parent. How about instead of you trying to insult my intelligence you go and do something more worthwhile like deleting your blog?
How do you even reach the conclusion that it’s everyone’s job to raise someone else’s kid? So if a little kid kills someone because he played Call of Duty its the game developers fault and not the parent who ignored the M rating and bought the game? Nicki can do whatever she wants because its her choice and her audience isn’t 6 year old girls. How about you go read about knowing your audience too?
Everyday People Brunch NYC
Shot by kPierre.
Sooo grateful for all the positive vibes we’ve been receiving in Paris! Getting ready for our last show tonight!!!😊💎💎✌️🐝✌️ (at Rue De Menilmontant)
ok but this is rly cute