The debate "Most rappers are not spitting truth. Ill explain inside" was started by
May 1, 2017, 3:25 pm.
11 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 4 people are on the disagree side.
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thereal posted 6 arguments to the agreers part.
thereal, quadreon1, zediraw, invincible_01, MrLuke and 6 visitors agree.
neveralone, M3phisto and 2 visitors disagree.
No, while there are examples of people who were proven right by history, most were just idiots.
lmao most "arrogant fool screaming his ignorance at rhe world and not understanding why everyone either ignores or laughs at you." were discovered to be right about what they were screaming about many years after they died. that just shows how stupid you are, polish my shoe peasant.
And as I asked, you base this assumption on what? There are studies that show childhood influences can strongly impact everything from antisocial behaviours, to addiction, to obesity. You are claiming to know that their adult life influences them more, so you must have something beyond your own opinion to contradict hundreds of psychological studies and papers. Otherwise you are just an arrogant fool screaming his ignorance at rhe world and not understanding why everyone either ignores or laughs at you.
also youre wromg about everything as usual so.....baby nemi wemi!
i would respond of i thought your brain would be able to comprehend it. unfortunately it cant.
there's the thereal we know and tolerate.
lmao baby nemi wemi is still angwy about the other debate! lool, keep sucking yo mamas tittu milk if you wanna grow, just wait till im finished with her doe
and that shows complete ignorance of any psychology. there is a reason the younger years are known as the formative years.
unlike people born to wealth, or even those who aren't but earn it the slow and steady way, many rappers and athletes born poor squander their wealth when the checks stop coming, very different than those born to wealth. this is the exact opposite of what you are trying to say.
maybe you should go back to the baby talk, it fits your mental level.
Learn to read, i didnt say that their childhood doesnt affect them, here ill even give you the quote "their early years living in relatively deprived areas have not shaped them more than the rest of their life that theyve been living in lavish wealth and luxury." From that quote it is obvious that i said though othey will be influenced by their childhood, their wealthy adulthood would affect them more.
And you base this analysis of their psychology on what? Why exactly do you think their childhoods don't influence them?
So when most rappers rap about their "experiences" in the hood, they are doing nothing but exploiting other peoples and even their own experiences for commercial gain and then they pretend like they can relate to people still in that situation, as if their own early experiences have affected them a lot. In reality, they dont give a shit about their "childhood hustle" in the hood because the fact is that their early years living in relatively deprived areas have not shaped them more than the rest of their life that theyve been living in lavish wealth and luxury. They can relate more to white millionaires who have been wealthy their entire lives than they can to the average drug dealing kid in the hood but they act like its the other way around for the commercial gain.