Thug, for those who don't know, had a few hits back in the 00's during that brief moment when H-Town rap was all the rage. You might remember his song "Like A Boss", or you might not.
Anyways, someone at Vibe Magazine thought giving Slim Thug a platform to voice everything that's wrong with today's black women was a good idea. The results were, shall we say, disastrous at best.
The way Black people think in general is messed up. Both men and women need to change their way of thinking. It’s hard to trust a Black woman [sometimes] because a lot of Black women’s mind frame is that the man gotta do everything for her⎯ he gotta pay for this, he gotta pay for that, and if it ain’t about money then a lot of them ain’t fucking with him. If that’s what you’re here for then I don’t want to be with you.If you wish to read the rest of this ignorant dissertation, the link's below.
Most single Black women feel like they don’t want to settle for less. Their standards are too high right now. They have to understand that successful Black men are kind of extinct. We’re important. It’s hard to find us so Black women have to bow down and let it be known that they gotta start working hard; they gotta start cooking and being down for they man more. They can’t just be running around with their head up in the air and passing all of us.
My girl is Black and White. I guess the half White in her is where she still cooks and do all the shit that I say, so we make it. She just takes care of me and I like that. 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 [University] and I like that about her so it’s cool. I’ve dated girls that will buy a $3,000 bag and don’t know how to pay it off on their credit cards. They walk around in these Louis Vuittons and red bottoms but they’re riding around in raggedy cars, so it’s just getting your priorities 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. Don’t always put the pressure of if I’m fucking with you, you gotta buy me this and that.
I could prolly rattle off a list of all the things wrong with this sorta plantation thinking, but what's the point? Slim Thug's entitled to his ignant opinion, and black women are entitled to treat him like Yung Berg's equally ignant "I don't do dark butts" comment and no longer
Seriously though, Slim Thug, did you really think this was a good idea?
Question: Does Slim Thug have a point about black women vs white women, or did he just ether his own non-existent cRap career?
Slim Thug: 'Black Women Need To Stand By Their Man More' [Vibe]