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Jermaine Dupri defended his comment about the hip-hop sector getting filled with “strippers rapping” by insisting he by no means meant to come across as sexist.

In an interview with Folks Now, the music producer-turned reality Television star sparked controversy when he was asked how he feels about Cardi B, Nicki Minaj and newcomer Meghan Thee Stallion rapping.

He generally mentioned he was unimpressed with the existing crop of female rappers. “For me, it really is like strippers rapping and as far as rap goes I am not having who’s the greatest,” he told Folks Now.

Cardi took problem with his response, calling on her fans to show their assistance for unknown female rappers who do not just rap about sex.

JD was also criticized by social media customers who referred to as him sexist for pointing out the clear: that rapping strippers take meals out of the mouths of genuine female emcees who are but to be found.

“There is a million artists rapping, there is a million female artists out there rapping,” he told TMZ Reside. “What my statement was, was about the 3 that she asked me about – it wasn’t a common conversation about female rap. But everybody turned it into that. Everyone was like, ‘He mentioned all female rappers sound like this’. And I am like, ‘I by no means mentioned all female rappers, I by no means mentioned that a single time’.

“The a single point I want to make positive I am clear a single, individuals preserve saying (I am) ‘sexist’, but I am so far from a sexist – let’s not do that, that is terrible.”

Jermaine added he believes his comment wasn’t the initially time Cardi has heard a comparable accusation, explaining: “When I saw what Cardi mentioned, Cardi began her message off by generally saying ‘Now that Jermaine Dupri has mentioned it, I am gonna address it’. So that indicates to me that a person else had currently mentioned it to her, or she’s heard it just before. So I just really feel like it really is anything that individuals have currently been speaking about for some purpose mine just became the loudest.”

The musician is now hoping to have his say musically, telling the internet site that he’s dropping a new beat on his SoundCloud web page.

“Anyone that desires to jump on this beat to get into this cipher, this is open for you,” he explained. “And I am undertaking this to give these individuals this push that the ladies are saying they are not having.

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