Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story”with Lauren Carter about her article questioning Hip-Hop’s role in objectifying women in her piece “Bigger than Rick Ross: Hip-hop has to take responsibility for its objectification of women.”

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2 thoughts on “Does Hip-Hop Objectify Women?

  1. Oh my goodness! Impressive article dude!

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  2. joey on said:

    yes it does, i still cannot believe that these over forty year olds are still rapping,, its just unbelievable,please grow up and do something else jay-z is what 44 45 years old, I mean really
    give me a break. take some of that money and open up some recreations centers for young black ,
    you need to start opening up, small neighborhoods and teaching young men how to more giving and not trying to show there manhood with a gun,, get it together rappers, your culture you are created is fading fast, and we are losing all our young black men ,, who can be doctors and lawyers, and professional black men.

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