Most naive rappers?

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  1. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    Don't think a thread about this topic exists, hence I'll give it a go..

    Was running today & had Lil Kim's Black friday mixtape on, and there's a "skit"/interview on there where she actually says (in regards to a question about her book) that the women she met on the inside were "kept it more real" than people she grew up with.

    Can understand how she parted ways with many of her friends from way back in the day due to a plethora of reasons, but she's giving praise to people who saw in her nothing more than an opportunity.


    So the question would be, which rappers are as equally naive and in a way prisoners of people who surround them?
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  2. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    i've always held the belief that tupac shakur was pretty naive by signing up with suge and getting into the gangbang'n scene.

    but then again, if you had just been shot and a big bloke in red came and paid your bail, that's the end of that.

    i don't think lil kim is that naive, i think she just related to the people in prison more so than those outside.

    good thread though, could make for an interesting read.

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