Lil’ Wayne & Other Male Rappers Pose Provocatively in Support of Nicki Minaj

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In a move that can only be praised as bold and honorable, rappers Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z (in rare form) demonstrated support of Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” album cover, by posing provocatively themselves. “Bitches shouldn’t be alone in exposing their bodies in the name of hip-hop,” said Lil’ Wayne. spoof_01_lilwayne_L

“I’m relieved that so many male rappers are brave enough to show their skin without concern for having their masculinity questioned, but I’m even more thrilled to live in a world where my young son can have male role models who are not afraid to bare it all both literally and figuratively.” said Chuck Creekmur of AllHipHop.com, “I hope female rappers like Nicki Minaj are taking notes about how to get naked for a positive cause.”

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Kendrick Lamar made a subtle splash for progress by requesting a dark-skinned black girl to be the lead in his “Poetic Justice” music video. “This time, I wanted to show niggas that you can make it out of Compton AND rock a pink G-string. It’s all hood,” Kendrick declared.

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Jay-Z’s participation may come as a surprise to some; though Beyonce’s latest self-titled album, where Jay-Z is featured prominently, is assertive in its proclamations of feminism. When we asked Jay-Z why he felt it was important to stand by Nicki, he responded, “Oh, this was for Nicki?”

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We at Tea & Breakfast are especially excited for this new trend of male hypersexualization in hip-hop. Please show your support for this trend by sharing this story with a friend; don’t let their efforts go unnoticed.

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