Tyga blames LOVE AND HIP HOP for demise of the BLACK WOMAN

“Black women, man it’s sad right now.”

Tyga blames Instagram, VH1 and shows like “Love and Hip Hop,” for the current state of the black woman, including his ex-Stripper baby mom, Blac Chyna.

“What I realized is black women don’t have a lot of role models as far as other black women. On some real sh**, there’s black women that don’t look up to Oprah or Michelle Obama, because they’re looking at Instagram, they’re looking at VH1. I think that’s what the real problem is. It’s no real black [female] role models,” SPILLED rapper Tyga during an interview for the November 2014 edition of Vibe Magazine.   


” I don’t even watch VH1, ‘cause it’s poison. A lot of women watch that stuff and it just takes them off the focus of what they think happiness is,” said the 24-year-old spitter. As you get older the main goal is to have a family. That’s what it’s all about because you can be successful, have a lot of money, or whatever you do in life, but if you don’t have nobody to share it with, or family, it ain’t gonna matter.”

While former Young Money rapper’s LYRICS may NOT be the recent topic of discussion, his WORDS are being TWEETED about around the world.

After SPILLING to Vibe magazine that he feels Drake is “fake,” and SENDING for MUVA Nicki Minaj, Tyga has been CRUCIFIED by Young Money, fans, and BLACK TWITTER.

Believe it or not the Cali rapper had EVEN MORE to SPILL during his interview with the urban publication. He spoke candidly about his relationship with EX STRIPPER and baby mama, Blac Chyna.

“of course I love her. I had a kid with her for a reason. We were together for two years, but sometimes people need to see what life really is without the other person. [They need to experience life] without Prince Charming and really learn responsibility.


CLEARLY, the novelty of WIFING a STRIPPER WORE OFF and Tyga learned, “ You can’t change a person. A person is always gonna be who they came to the table [as]. You can improve a person’s potential, you can help guide that person but at the end of the day, they’re gonna make their own decisions.”

 Though the man behind the upcoming, Golden Album, does acknowledge that Blac Chyna is DOING BETTER with prioritizing, he blames Vh1’s infamous MONDAY NIGHT TV for the faux-flashy lifestyle it promotes to her and her fellow female viewers.

I think she’s improving a lot. She’s becoming more focused on her business. Because it’s hard, when you’re sitting there…I’m on tour, you’re thinking about if I’m with girls or not when the main thing is like, “Yo, I’m on tour making money, while you’re living in this big ass house, taking care of our beautiful son.” That’s the goal. A lot of women don’t realize this. They watch [Love and Hip Hop]. 


WELL if that’s not an IN FRONT OF THE WHOLE A** CLASS READ to the cast and crew of LHH as well as its creator MUVA Mona Scott Young, I DONT KNOW WHAT IS!

Do we AGREE that Instagram models and Vh1’s, “Love and Hip Hop,” have SULLIED today’s BLACK WOMAN?


listen to your MUVA.
MUVA knows best.

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