I don't think it will... But it is a meme song so idk. So random though.Rihab wrote:Omg.DnBLover wrote:31 Million views wow
If this goes #1..
abi wrote:Why is Lil Pump saying the n word though, he's not Caucasian?
Certain latinos get a n-word pass - my understanding of it tho.abi wrote:Why is Lil Pump saying the n word though, he's not Caucasian?
Thing is, just because some black people say its okay doesn't mean everyone else does. My straight friends never say f*g, even if they have gay friends. You just don't do it.Serby wrote:He's partly Cuban and def not your European white Latino. Also, I would imagine if he was growing up with black people and others who do use it (and he's from Miami) and they felt it was okay for him to use the n-word, then it should be fine.
I'd surely be fine with non-gay person saying fag if I gave them the green light and felt safe and non-abused by them. Just my perspective, but obvs not my issue to decide on.
that's what makes it so funnyGetBack wrote:Well, it's very catchy so it's no surprise that it's doing well! Not to mention, Lil Pump has a growing fan base it seems. Kanye looks stupid in the video trying to be funny. He has zero comic timing and he has the most awkward facial expressions.
I can't believe how Kanye (who used to be hailed as one of the 'greatest' in the genre) has succumbed to this mumble rap collaboration just to stay relevant.
kanye's still a legendBeeBoy wrote:Hmm I thought Kim is keeping him relevant or does it not work the same way as it works for Travis with Kylie??