Yung Joc believes “bullish” behavior will lead to the demise of the female rap scene

During an interview with VladTVYung Joc spoke about the pop world of female rappers and he believes some deep-rooted issues can lead to problems between women in the game.

Joc says drama is a ticking time bomb: ‘Let’s give it another 180 days’

The “It’s Goin’ Down” rapper began with a metaphor to explain why there always seems to be some sort of emerging beef between female rap stars.

“Let’s think of colonies. Let’s talk about bees and ants. The colony will do anything and everything for the queen…women are celebrated differently. They have a higher appreciation for certain things.”

He then claimed that rap women “don’t want to be in the spotlight” because they “have a higher profile.” However, he says he understands the phenomenon given the nature of the game.

“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.”

Joc made a straight bet that “this time next year” the female rap scene won’t be as poppin’.

“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.

He specifically mentions the beef between Nicki Minaj & Latto

Yung Joc also spoke about the recent drama between Nicki Minaj and Latto. As we previously reported, the issue related to the GRAMMYs, as Nicki was upset that she was nominated for a pop category while Latto was credited as a rap act.

Matters quickly became personal, with the artists recklessly back-and-forth on Twitter.

Regarding this situation, Joc said it shows the dynamic of how things work for women in rap.

“Women are very confrontational. More than men…women don’t care. Women will say what they think. Women are very accommodating. You are very smart. Like that whole thing with Latto and Nicki.”

He went on to explain that Latto refused to back down, even though Nicki was “a bit bullying.”

“Nicki’s kind of bullyesque… I think Nicki’s been a little bit bullyish lately. And it’s not a diss, I’ll be honest. She said what the hell was on her mind and Latto didn’t back down on the situation.”

Switching to a more general message, Joc spoke about how the age of social media can make matters worse. In fact, he said it’s easy to get caught up and lost in the drama.

“We argue too much. Social media allows us to sometimes talk too much… What are we fighting about?”

Do you think Yung Joc’s thoughts on the future of poppy rappers are correct? Also, do you agree with his view that Nicki Minaj is “kind of bullyesque” with other women in the rap game? Yung Joc believes “bullish” behavior will lead to the demise of the female rap scene

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