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Kash Doll Speaks On Colorism Within the Female Rap Community: “I Don’t Believe In Colorism, I Haven’t Experienced That Yet”

By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Rapper, Kash Doll, opened up about colorism in the female rap game.

Stunna Girl recently posted on IG saying “The best female rappers were dark & brown skin it’s just u new bxtchs got a low self-esteem & are bitter” basically shutting down the idea that colorism exist in the female rap game.  Kash Doll added in her opinion about the matter by saying “I don’t believe in colorism I’m sorry…or maybe I haven’t ran into that problem yet.” She also goes on to say “slavery been going on forever…we not new to that…but sitting around speaking it only gonna make it worse! I totally don’t even wanna speak it in the universe.”

Do y’all think that darker-skinned girls don’t get as much shine as light-skinned girls in the rap game?

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