Sherling, Louie Duffle...excuse me, knockoff caryall 45, and High Top Prada America's Cup sneakers that don't even come in that color. This man looks like an ass clown, but is a result of his enviornment.
Even worse, the individuals pictured below are rap moguls and so-called trend setters aka this dude above only with more money...and these are who our kids aspire to be.
UUUGH. STOP THIS COON SH*T. I almost don't want to finish writing this blog, but I'm Solja...or so I tell'em. LOL. Before going into a corner and crying about the state of hip hop, I'm going to leave you with my theory.
Rappers, being the anti-establishment rebels that they are, got to a point where they thought that they could do whatever they wanted. This, of course, was the whole idea of the bad boy rapper / rocker attitude and thus was not cause for concern. What was cause for concern, however, was a gay rapper, actor or radio/tv personality falling victim to this attitude and rocking something that was extremely gay looking. In an attempt to avoid a PR nightmare, one of his friends or associates (be it as a gesture of friendship or simply for a monetary payoff) decided to say "aight ni**a. Lets just run with this." Soon others began believing the hype and Pseudo-gay fashion rap culture was born. Either this or a gay stylist wanted to get back at all rappers for excluding them from the hip hop culture. Take you pick.
In the end, there is hope. Hopefully someone, somewhere over the rainbow, will man up and say "I'm here, I'm queer, let the swag sh*t disappear..." I don't know who it will be, but thank you in advance and God bless you. No Homo.
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