Is Hip Hop Becoming Less Homophobic? [OP-ED]

Hip Hop is a very macho and ego-driven genre. Masculinity makes up a very big portion of a rapper’s make-up in the game. Constantly, rappers are berated by a horde of critics and fans whenever they say or do anything questionable. If they lack that “hardness” or macho persona, we often fail to take them seriously. But, as we inch closer to 2016, the daunting question continues to hoover over in hip hop – Is homosexuality still a big deal or nah?


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Is Hip Hop Becoming Less Homophobic


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