so last night at the grammys,
macklemore performed with a ton of people ended up getting married on live tv.
with queen latifah acting as a preacher,
and madonna acting as a karoke lounge singer,
they all said “i do” with beyonce and other celebs as witnesses.
i thought it was nice.
macklemore was crowned the new face of “gay rights for hiphop” last night.
there has been a mixed bag of opinions.
of course a majority are outraged.
that’s to be expected.
what was surprising to me is the amount of gays who either…
a) didn’t care
b) were absolutely disgusted
now i’m not a fan of macklemore.
i couldn’t tell you one song from him besides the one he performed.
i only like the hook with the big chick singing.
i’m not gonna suddenly start supporting him because he is “pro gay”.
that would be fake and his shit sucks.
i love hip hop,
but macklemore is not a real hip hop artist.
he is bubble gum “hip pop”.
personally he comes off like he is using “gays” to make money while trying to be “tolerant”.
i love wolves.
i love wolves who love gays.
i love wolves who love me.
they don’t make or break my life tho.
my main hustle is to be respected.
i want to sit my ass at the table with the straights,
and be taken seriously when i talk.
point blank and simple.
i don’t need a wack rapper,
performing some gay marriages,
to define me.
that’s the problem today.
everyone wants someone to fight for them.
everyone needs someone to come out the closet so they can as well.
as soon as that same person fucks up,
they will be stripped of their title and flogged in the town square.
i love everyone who reads my blog,
but i’m not the gay freedom fighter.
i make mistakes,
have ratchet tendencies,
and can be a dumb ass at times.
i’m not perfect,
but in my eyes,
that makes me absolutely perfect.
i just want to kick the blogging door down,
be respected for my craft,
help people when i can,
“fuck a few ballas; get a few dollas”,
and inspire on my journey.
people need to start being their own leaders and stop waiting for someone to be one.
just my thoughts.
lowkey: kendrick should have swept.
i’m still mad about that.