Minister and activist Paul Scott, aka the "Truth Minista", has regularly sent us commentary in which he takes on celebrities and/or companies over controversial subjects.
Most recently, Scott sent us over a new commentary, taking on V-Nasty and the White Girl Mob over the young rapper's non-chalant use of the "N" word ... and why she shouldn't alleviate the responsibility from its use.
Following the controversy surrounding the situation, V-Nasty, herself, took to Youtube to address it and was unapologetic about it all, telling haters to back off.
"On some real n**** sh**, how I really feel about these motherf***ers talking about 'Why is V-Nasty using the n-word?' Y'all motherf***ers ain't ever walked in my shoes," she said. "Y'all ain't ever seen where I came from. Go to Oakland and see how sh** be. Hella fake motherf***ers always asking Kreayshawn 'Why do you guys say n****?' Is it a f***ing race? Am I offending people? Am I saying it in a disrespectful type of way? Y'all mad at that, you need to be mad at this album I'm about to drop on yall's ass then f***ing haters. Don't be trying to change my vocabulary because I'm on and I got out the hood."
What your take? Agree with Minista Paul Scott or not?
The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author, Truth Minista Paul Scott, who blogs at MilitantMindMiltia.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 451-8283. Or visit him online for more information.