The discuss of the week was undoubtedly the social media smackdown between Latto and her “former idol” Nicki Minaj!
What began as a dialogue round “trade politics” and the lately kicked off GRAMMY voting course of that noticed Minaj’s #1 hit, ‘Tremendous Freaky Woman,’ booted from Rap classes to Pop changed into a digital brawl between the 2 rappers with main disses flying each methods (as we reported extensively).
As their respective fan teams proceed to duke it out on the Net, some trade figures – like CHIKA and now Amber Rose – are throwing their two cents in on the matter.
Whereas CHIKA took intention at Minaj and her “annoying” followers (affectionately referred to as Barbz), Rose is taking extra of a Switzerland route by encouraging peace between the dueling divas. Look inside to see what the model-actress needed to say.
Taking to Instagram Friday (October 14), Rose – as captured by our mates at 9MagTV within the video above – shared a collection of IG story clips weighing in on the Latto and Nicki beef.
Branding herself an “unproblematic queen” and “feminist,” Amber was positive to make clear that she wasn’t taking sides on the matter as she might level out the place each femcees have been unsuitable.
“…if you name a combined individual like a Karen, it’s actually like simply dismissing their blackness, and I really feel like that occurs typically, and I don’t really feel like that’s okay,” the biracial model-actress said in reference to Minaj calling Latto an “entitled Karen” (as we first reported right here).
Later within the submit she admonished ageism, a follow the ‘Huge Vitality’ rapper perpetuated when she referred to Nicki as “previous” and a “bully.”
“I additionally really feel like as girls like we name one another previous at like a really younger age as if we’re supposed to simply cease our lives at a sure age and, like you understand, simply form of surrender on all the things and never proceed to do what we love which I additionally suppose is de facto f***ed up,” mentioned Rose, 38, who’s a 12 months youthful than the Harajuku Barbie.
Utilizing examples of rappers over the age of 40 who proceed to get pleasure from thriving careers (i.e. Eminem, Dr. Dre, JAY-Z, and her ex Kanye West), Amber argues their ages are hardly ever factored into conversations about their success narratives – in contrast to their feminine counterparts.
“It’s very problematic that you understand that society simply expects us [women] to simply form of roll over and die,” she shared earlier than ultimately relaying, “I feel that’s whack.”
All-in-all, the model-actress concluded by sharing all could be remedied if we might simply give peace an opportunity.
“Let’s simply proceed to flourish and simply actually to assist one another. And assist Black companies. And identical to…let’s simply be variety,” she said. “I really need us to be variety and be constructive.”