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.