Montana of 300 has much to say about the current landscape of hip hop. The Chicago emcee opened on this topic with a few tweets on Twitter. In his first tweet, Montana wrote “A whole lot of gang s---” turning N2 “A whole lotta gay s---” |Nothing worse than a kid gettin embarrassed by how their parents carry themselves. F— the rap! As a FATHER, U should know you’re your son’s 1st hero. Now imagine your son being teased about his father being gay.”
Montana continued his rant in a second tweet writing, “The industry is turning so many black men into feminine a-- slaves, it’s became the new prison. It’s gotta be a lot of disappointed fathers and mothers out there. Sad af. Teach your kids to Never “sell your soul” (do anything outta your character) for a dollar or recognition.”
Does Montana of 300 have a point? Is hip hop straying away from it’s original message?