Arguably Hip Hop was born in New York before spreading across the United States popping up in different states and cities with its own swag matching the swag of the particular culture that is there. The dirty south busted on the scene from the Dungeon of a basement housed by Organized Noize who’s presence became notable by a young Hip Hop group by the name of OutKast whose members were Andre 3000 and Big Boi with an unusual Christmas cut titled ‘Players Ball’. Then through time and maturations of Hip Hop of the South we were introduced to ‘Trap Music’ by the King of Trap, rapper T.I. Expeditiously that’s the short history lesson. But for some reason the rapper Young Thug refuses to give props to where props is due now black Twitter is dragging the rapper who once wore a dress on his album cover.
On a recent interview on T.I.’s podcast ‘ExpediTIously’ Young Thug was asked about his decision to wear a dress on the cover of his 2016 mixtape ‘Jeffery’ asking if it was done for attention in which Young Thug said that it was not the case he wore the dress because it matched his Maison Margiela shoes. T.I. then made mention a Hip Hop legend Andre 3000 once wore a dress and that’s when Young Thug had this to say:
“I only did that for my generation though,” “I can’t rap you two Andre 3000 songs. I ain’t never paid attention to him. Never in my life.”
Tip then pointed out that Young Thug should work with Andre 3000 because after all he worked with Elton John, when Young Thug replied:
“But the difference between Elton John and Andre is, to simplify it, Elton John likes to kiss ass, and Dre likes his ass kissed,”
Then the dragging on Twitter began.
Take a look at the video below
Young Thug says he hasn’t worked with Andre 3000 because he feels Dre looks down on the new generation.
I feel like Thug made that up in his head.
— Justin L. Hunte 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@TheCompanyMan) November 27, 2020