Chance The Rapper Criticizes ’90s-Era Fake Gangsters; Says Kanye Changed Things

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  • Blac

    idk why, but it bothers me that this is the guy that tries to speak for all black people.

    • Zay

      It’s his opinion but it has some truth to it tho

  • sosarozay300

    chance is pussy

  • Astronaut

    Shiot does make sense tho. Most the rappers that were street doing kids shows and shiit.

    • disqus_Gd952rt1Pw

      Are u tryin to pass off wayne n 50 as 90s rappers?

      • imaginationsequation

        Wayne was out since like 98

  • You mad huh?

    I’m tired of this guy being the spokesman for all things black. Foh

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      • kinglobey

        my roommate’s sisters cousin’s parrol officer’s baby daddy doing the same

    • Supreme Trunks

      bruh they asked him a question and he answered from his own perspective

  • Killa Cam Newton

    So he just going to act like Beenie and 50 juvy and all them wasn’t about that life lmao

    • disqus_Gd952rt1Pw

      Calling anyone of those “90s” rappers is a stretch.. they got on very late 90s

      • U must be a baby all them niggas was out before 90 even hit except Lisa..

  • disqus_Gd952rt1Pw

    Well he hit the nail on the head this time. 90s rappers were lyrical but were def fake af

  • WyDeEYesFLo

    That’s wrong like a muthafucka

  • duh

    Geto boys?

    • disqus_Gd952rt1Pw

      Yea the midget nigga was really bout it

  • duh

    What about naughty by nature CHANCE

    • Killa Cam Newton

      Treach was hood as they come cant use him

      • imaginationsequation

        Treach wasn’t a fake gangster and I don’t think they was putting out gangsta music

        • duh

          Uptown anthem

          • imaginationsequation

            Are you saying those were gangster music? They weren’t

        • duh

          Craziest

      • locodon

        yeah but the music wasn’t.

  • Melo

    This nigga got it all backwards. He’s talking about the gay side of things. He’s getting homothugs and thugs mixed up. These niggas nowadays are faker than a mannequin, trying to front like they’re hard, when they’re really gay.

    • lando

      Facts

  • chalie c

    yea he lame for this

  • kushxchevys

    chance u whack!

  • Nah Nas made it ok to

  • Chance Nas made it ok before him and before them public enemy and back then most of us were from the hood and chance just because your brother came out as gay as you will soon to don’t be subliminal about it

  • RaDizzle

    Dis nigga 4got bout busta n missy n they wild videos, timbo, mos def, roots, common i can go on n on seems like chance still got sum homework to do

    • duh

      They wasnt gangsta muzik

  • Manny Bravo

    Chance is speaking nothing but facts. While being hard was never a criteria to participate in hip-hop (e.g. ACTQ and De La Soul), the genre is a lot more open-minded because of Kanye.

    *Check out my debut album on August 22nd. It’s called “We Gon’ Die Anyway!” and will be available on Spotify, YouTube and Soundcloud.*

    • Mec-One

      Nah brehs, there has always been diversity in hip hop …..

      • Manny Bravo

        I agree. It’s just that the portion of hip-hop artists portraying a “gangsta” image has decreased. Nowadays, most rappers talk about how many drugs they are taking as opposed to selling.

    • imaginationsequation

      Andre 3000?

      • Manny Bravo

        I agree. Andre 3000 is another great example of a rapper who never put on a tough-guy image.

  • Amanwithnoname101

    Uh.. Tribe, Will Smith, Common, Timbaland, Magoo, De La Soul, Missy..etc

    • duh

      none of them were gangsta rappers

    • Myleage

      lmao what happened to magoo?

    • Jacqueline Estrella

      My thoughts the same…

  • smith jones

    They was, pulling rappers off the streetsback in the day. Now they pulling them out they parents house…. THAT’S THE DIFFERENCE.. some exceptions for both eras. Or college tooo

  • ben

    “Living and being who you are” is part of the black experience. Isn’t that part of the experience of every single person, no matter what race, religion , gender etc. ? I fuckin hate Chance, dude is so full of himself. Probly farts in wine glasses and huffs that shit

  • realtalk

    Naw stay in your lane new generation artist lol that’s the problem with these new artist they too cocky n think they know it all , them artist in the 90s were about what they rapped. Him and these new generation artists aren’t what they rap about , they just do it for the money , hip hop been died and these niggaz turning it into a play house music session lol. Back then hip hop was more than entertainment nowadays it’s almost as fake as wrestling

  • Vince Gregory

    Them same niggas paved a way 4 his Mr Softee ass foh scrap

  • Sevenwinters6summers

    Chance mad cuz everbody comin at him but Chance you aint no Rap god or guru .Nobody Cares!

  • youareincorrectbitchnigga

    calm down chance

  • duh

    Spice 1 mc eiht

  • Mec-One

    This new era of rappers are more fake than 90’s rappers ……. these new rappers running round faking like they’re straight ….. lol ….. gtfoh

    • locodon

      Now these new niggas are being fake on screen brandishing fake guns and asking niggas to pull up. Claiming sets they know they aint part of. GTFOH. Nowadays niggas are faker than 90s niggas. bunch of down lows.

  • lennox buckles

    This nigga just as gay as his brother

  • Thad Real?

    Tf is this shit? Kanye wasn’t taken serious back then among the real g’s and he still isn’t..Fuckin cheesepoof ass mfer