Who is the baddest of them all? Twitter controversy over “hottest female rappers”

Twitter users aren’t sure what to make of a wide-ranging thread that made the rounds online over the weekend.

The “hottest female rappers” thread

It all started on Saturday when a user started the thread, which has over 115,000 favorites and almost 5,000 retweets.

The shortlist consists of 10 women who the user considers the “hottest” stars in the rap game. It started with none other than popular “Munch” rapper Ice Spice.

Other notable stars mentioned were well-known artists such as Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Saweetie and Nicki Minaj.

Twitter dives into the “Brown Paper Bag” discussion

While this mainstream list didn’t offer many exciting surprises, it did spark a discussion as to why this artists listed.

In particular, users called out the list for being mostly fair-skinned black women, which opened up a conversation about colorism and the old “brown paper bag.”

People also mentioned other women they feel should have been included like Flo Milli, JT, Yung Miami and Dreezy.

It’s also been widely claimed that Ice Spice should be #1 on the list as opposed to #10, showing that she’s still a fan favorite on the platform.

With the postings, some people accused them of putting physical appearance over talent when it comes to women in the rap game.

While some were happy with the list, most users generally slammed it as “invalid.”

Young Joc spoke about the future of the female rap scene

On the subject of women in hip-hop, we should add that Young Joc recently shared his thoughts on the state of female rappers.

During an interview with VladTVJoc has made it his mission to share his thoughts on what women in rap go through.

“Let’s just be honest: women don’t want to share, bro. And sometimes they don’t want to share the limelight. Let’s just call it what it is and I get it. It is already difficult for women to find their place.”

He went on to say that he anticipates “bullying” behavior that will lead to the downfall of some female rappers, such as The shadow room previously reported.

“Even now there are all these female rappers. Let’s give him 180 more days. Let’s give it to that time next year and see if we have that many female rappers humming. I’ll bet you that won’t be the case because many of them will be phased out.”

What do you think of the original Twitter thread and the online discussion that followed? And who would you put on your “Hottest Female Rappers” list?

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