I had no idea this battle was available. As women in the game we have to reach out to other’ women that are part of the culture, and grinding and building their own empire.
That is how we build a community and our culture needs this,right now.
Women who want to be heard and respected with their clothes on and keep their head in the game.
I would have watched this battle and clash of the thick sistas’ fight a week ago on Rapgrid, but women we must promote our own, for views.
Yes, sista’s are doing it and making sure that their own voices are heard, and not ignored.
I am a Norma Bayts,fan. I have always been.
She came a long way from always being mentioned mention for her body and outfits and not her understanding of a hot 16.
She has stage presence and a sense of humor , just like Morawsha from Kansas.
Real Battle Fans understand that Boss Chicks always have to pound the pavement and represent their business plans just to create a league.
Female battlers are in a league of their own. We must pay homage to women and also show love by giving them views.
Women are just as important to the Rap Culture.
Men, they view your battles and visibly are present at every event. So, why are the views so dramatically lower than the men? Promotion and sexism, and the prior believe they have ghost writers.
Give them the same respect, because just like the men in the game sista’s are clever, mentally equipped to write and embarrass some of you men with their freestyle ability. Oh, you doubt me?
Well. watch their videos, retweet their battles, because they consistently personify their mentality and clever word-play and are underappreciated.
Female battles receive about 1 /4 of the views the Male battles receive.
Women are in Hip-Hop, and we aren’t going any damn where, but even if it is a battle we should also create a sisterhood.
The fact remains that you women are performers, and should have the exact views