Tyga Drops Asian Female Rapper, She Drops the N-Word

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December 5, 2011 ‐ By

The latest in the trend of non-black, hardcore, N-bomb-dropping female rappers is Honey Cocaine, the Asian protégé of the 22-year-old Compton rapper Tyga, who is of Vietnamese and Jamaican descent himself.

In a new video for her track, Feel S***, the 19-year-old Canadian MC doesn’t miss a beat dropping the N-word with the line, “soft b****es get hurt, soft n****s get it worse.” She’s also quite comfortable throwing the offensive term around on her twitter account, @HoneyLKCocaine.

Some are expecting the new artist to compete with Nicki Minaj, which seems a bit ambitious—plus people may not be so quick to get over her little linguistic snafus.

Check out the video below and tell us what you think about Honey Cocaine throwing out the N-word around the 2:00 mark. Should she drop the word from her lyrics or do you feel like Trina when it comes to non-black rappers using the N-word, who cares?

Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.


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  • Lovely S.amsoon

    Every rapper drops the ‘n’ word.

  • Beautiful Disaster

    So basically I just wanted to put it out there that yeah the word has a derogatory meaning in actual English, but now days it basically gets used so often it really isn’t an insult. Plus Coca is amazing she has REAL talent.

  • thickyricky

    she look blasian enough to have been called n***a

  • thedeehstuff youtuber

    this is rap . this is music. there nothing to feel offended about.

  • Taylor Christain Love

    Please I’m black and I don’t feel offended at all. News Flash everybody uses that word. Its not some big thing. Its slang and is not be offensive at all.

  • Honey Cambodian

    U need to move then. I don’t support the use of the word but I also don’t support racial grouping or stereotyping of any kind. Expand brother, expand. I know a lot of Asian people who are genuine and kind. Just sayin.

  • Anonymous

    I’m offended at how garbage this is. No flow, weak voice, nothing lyrically.

  • Jblac

    its all about how u use the word…. as a black African American male i have gotten in fights over that word not because of the usage but it being directed towards me in a negative way as to offend me or to make me feel lower than the person using the word.

  • Chamba

    I doubt N***a has any meaning anymore. People say it out of reflex now. They use it meaning, friend, man, woman, loser, its whatever they want it be. I am black and I feel no way about it. It doesn’t surprise me when other races use it even in a harmless way. What I don’t understand is how after years of hiding and fighting over that word that it is used by black people so easliy. They can’t find it offensive! If you don’t respect your race who will? The old meaning of the word is R.I.P and the word itself will never die if people continue to find new ways to use it

  • Chamba

    I doubt N***a has any meaning anymore. People say it out of reflex now. They use it meaning, friend, man, woman, loser, its whatever they want it be. I am black and I feel no way about it. It doesn’t surprise me when other races use it even in a harmless way. What I don’t understand is how after years of hiding and fighting over that word that it is used by black people so easliy. They can’t find it offensive! If you don’t respect your race who will? The old meaning of the word is R.I.P and the word itself will never die if people continue to find new ways to use it

  • S.L

    I don’t think we should encourage ANY race to use the N word. Quiet frankly, if Iggy, Eminem, Yella Wolf (etc) can rap without saying the N word, this little simpleton could at least TRY.

  • VANCITY

    HATERS GONNA HATE

  • FuckYaFeelingsBitch

    makes no sense you say shes from compton & canada & she is 19 not 22

    • http://twitter.com/GasOverBitches GasOverBitches

      U dont kno how to read it says tyga is 22 from compton

  • http://www.facebook.com/carl.summers Carl J Summers

    People just should replace it with brotha. Don’t need to act so hard in my eyes. If you never been in the streets and know how it is (and when you were you avoid acting like it).

  • RocRoyal

    shoot honestly i dont care many people say n***a o well deal with it most ppl tht arnt black use more than black ppl. yall need to get a life handle the reality get off her back
            # schwagg

  • 808

    just toss her in the pile labeled “garbage”

  • Quanesha King

    Even though its stupid and ignorant for a black person to use it, since it derived from something negative..to positive. But everything we do other races wonna copy,rock pop hip hop etc, with that being said WE shouldn’t be suprized that they wonna take this too!!

    • http://twitter.com/GasOverBitches GasOverBitches

      Its derived from the word negro witch means black in spanish

  • jhsting32

    Although I don’t like when the term is used ( I don’t use it myself and I’m Black), there is a difference to me between the usage of the n-word by blacks and non-blacks.  I am more offended when non-blacks use it but I am also uncomfortable when variations of it are used by some Blacks.  To me the derogatory origin trumps what ever sense of familiarity or empowerment people get out of it.

    • Msmykimoto2u

      100% agreed. I hate that word with a passion but its something thats just makes it so much worse and taboo when a non-black person uses it.

  • Kayla

    With all these rappers throwing that word around these days black people are in no position to feel offended. Eventually the word looses it’s power. I feel unaffected.  No word belongs to an ethnic group. If black people don’t like the word then don’t use it

  • pkeys

    Here is the truth- if we want other people to stop using WE should stop using it.

  • bobster

    asians esp. using that word NO GO PERIOD. they can be very racist

  • Guest

    Oh my..

  • cutily

    Please….I don’t feel offended at all. Anyway the rappers throwing the word every two seconds are the one to blame. 

    This is just crazy for me that people would still feel offended when we black people did this to ourselves.

    • Elegance

      I’m Black and I never use the word. It was stupid rappers who started using it and I’m not taking responsibility for their actions. They don’t speak for me. So yes I am still offended! 

      • JEnny1

        rappers did not start using it, it was white people in times of slavery, way before you were probably born.
        & for you to get offended is ignorance. People use it as a slang word now n days. Times have changed, get over it! I’m not referring to you but other black people call each other the “N” word but get offended when another race says it jokingly. That’s complete ignorance itself -_-

    • Thomas

       agreeed!

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