White Rapper V-Nasty Will Never Abandon The N-Word


White Rapper V-Nasty Will Never Abandon The N-Word

"I'm a n***a," she says.

Published December 23, 2015

White Girl Mob rapper V-Nasty doesn’t care about the side-eyes she gets for using the n-word, her devotion to the racial epithet runs deep. The Bay Area native says she’s a “n*gga,” so why not use the word?


“They like, 'Oh this white girl's saying "n*gga’… That's all you looking at? You don't know what I been through,” she said in a perplexing podcast interview. “You don't know my struggle. You don't know what I seen. I’m a n*gga!"

The dense explanation continued from there. V-Nasty, a white rapper who belongs to a click called the “White Girl Mob,” doesn’t see race, therefore “n*gga” is “just a word” in her vocabulary, she said.

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Written by Latifah Muhammad


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