Sandman Accuses Nicki Minaj Of Being A Bad Influence
The rapper says she perpetuates a stereotype...
Queens, New York rapper Sandman has attacked Nicki Minaj for giving young girls a stereotypical view of women in hip-hop, although he concedes she is at least inspiring others to rap.
He told SOHH.com: "Nicki Minaj, she can rap and I think it's unfortunate. I'm waiting for a girl to come out that can rap that doesn't fit into the mold of, 'Oh, I'm a female hip-hop artist. I'm a black woman. All I care about is money. I love to get boned.’
"But you know what's happening with Nicki Minaj? She's teaching all these little girls out there to love getting boned and to love money and to just to be really shallow, materialistic people. But, she's also teaching them how to rhyme and people underestimate that.
He added: “People underestimate the strength of actually being nice. Nicki Minaj is way nicer than the other prototype for the 'I'm a slut female emcee,' which is what a lot of women come out being.
"But one of these little girls that she's teaching this sad sickening stuff and all the nonsense, she's teaching them how to rap, and one day a little girl that learned a rap from Nicki Minaj is gonna say, 'I don't want to be a money-hungry slut.'”