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Truth Minista Paul Scott Takes On V-Nasty Over Use Of The ‘N’ Word

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…
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V-Nasty Addresses ‘N’ Word Controversy, Refuses To Stop & Calls Out Haters

White Girl Mob’s V-Nasty first became known, when Kreayshawn shouted her out on her viral smash “Gucci Gucci,” but since then, the Oakland rapper has been making waves — not for her music, but rather for the a word she uses, that usually reserved for African-Americans — the “N” word. This week that continued, when Kreayshawn was confronted about the controversy during an interview (via WorldStarHipHop) with radio host Tazz Daddy, of Philly’s Power 99 radio station. The buzz surrounding the interview has finally prompted a response from V-Nasty…
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White Girl Mob’s V-Nasty Talks Jail, Fights & Repeatedly Drops ‘N’ Bomb

While White Girl Mob mouthpiece Kreayshawn has been riding high off the skyrocketing popularity of her debut single, “Gucci Gucci,” other lesser-known members of the East Oakland collective have been making headlines for some more controversial things. White rapper V-Nasty has caused controversy for her nonchalant use of the “N” word … and the headlines aren’t slowing her down none either. The Hundreds recently spend a day with V-Nasty…
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Kreayshawn & White Girl Mob Stir Controversy Over ‘N’ Bomb, Rapper Defends Use

Buzzing female rapper Kreayshawn has shot to Internet stardom over the past several weeks, ever since she dropped the video for her song, “Gucci Gucci,” on Youtube. However, since the song’s release, the white Oakland rapper has been making headlines for things other than her music, specifically her use of the “N” word. Bloggers went after her — and her White Girl Mob crew (DJ L1l D3bb, V-Nasty) — for their use of the word…
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