Sit Down Nayvadius
Shutting the fuck up is free. I don’t know how many different ways and times I can say it. Please understand that you don’t have to open your mouth at all. Silence is fucking Golden. While I have been truly touched by all of the people who have been sharing personal stories and expressions of love for Nipsey Hussle, I could’ve done without Future’s remarks. I don't even know why he even felt the need to add his Purple Sprite fueled two cents anyway. Ain't nobody coming to see you Otis! In the words of the great Maceo, "HO SIT DOWN."
In care you don’t stalk the Shade Room during your lunch break like I do, Young Scooter of “Colombia” aka “I can make cocaine, I just fell in luh with a Cuban” fame wrote in an Instagram post that we need more men like Nipsey Hussle. I 100% agree with that statement…minus his homophobic comments, which I fully believe that he would have learned and grown from if given the opportunity, Future then decides to hop his ass into the comment section to say "Yeah, we do need more like us. I been teaching and preaching for a decade also showing and proving what hard work and dedication can get you. #RIPNIP" Sigh. If you are signed up for our newsletters, then you know my disdain for Future is nothing new. In fact, all I wanted for Christmas last year was for women to stop fucking Future. It is still my heart's deepest desire. If I were a contestant in a beauty pageant, the announcer could ask me, "What does our society need the most today?" and I would say, "For women to stop sleeping with Future...and world peace." Yes, what the world needs now, is less Stick Talk fueled love.
I truly fear for this man's mental state if he feels that the world needs more men like him. If we're being honest, I'm not sure Atlanta needs more men like Future, let alone the entire world. Does the world really need more men who harass women on social media? Or more men who verbally assault and stalk their exes now that they have moved on to bigger and better? The world needs more men who glorify drugs, alcohol, and combining the two? I'm sorry Nayvadius, I'm going to have to disagree because I can’t trust your judgment. The fact that you took a memorial post as an opportunity to glorify yourself is a testament to how poor it is.
How dare you even fix your Molly Percocet Mask Off Ass Meryl Streep lips to compare yourself to Nipsey Hussle? I don't know much about that man, but I do know that you couldn't be half of the man that Nipsey was, even on your best day. While Nipsey Hussle might have made controversial comments in the past, he was still a contributor and supporter of his community. He was working hard to open new doors of opportunity to the generation after him. The only thing that you've done for the generation after you is contribute and support an entire generation of rap where you don't have to speak intelligibly as long as you have a good beat in the background. Look that word up, I'm sure you don't know what it means. And in terms of giving back, you have done the bare minimum for a community that has supported you so much. The only community you actively and consistently contribute to is to the drug community, and that's nothing but the facts, sis.
There's an entire list of things you can be doing right now instead of being loud and wrong on Instagram. Here's some examples:
1) Focus on making a song where I don't have to use Genius to understand all of the lyrics. That's where the intelligibly part comes in, just in case you're wondering.
2) Read a dictionary to build your vocabulary so you aren't on another song with Jay Rock, James Blake, and Kendrick Lamar saying "La di da di da, slob on my knob".
3) Go see a therapist so you can go through your own 4:44 moment and stop using drugs and alcohol to hide how fucking miserable you are. Mask off, indeed.
4) You love uteruses, so how about you use your influence and money to help fight the horrific HB481 bill that might be signed into law in Georgia. Trust me, with the way you love to sow your royal oats in these streets, it's in your own best interest.
5) Read a book on feminism, womanism, intersectionality, etc. Hell, read anything that doesn't come with pictures.
This is not the hill you want to die on, so I suggest that you sit down, shut up, and realize that it’s not all about you.