Lord Jamar Believes Nicki Minaj's 'Anaconda' Cover Is Porn, Not Hip Hop. "What Are You Saying? You Want An Anaconda Up Your A$$?" [Video]

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Like most men who have seen the cover for Nicki Minaj's single "Anaconda," Lord Jamar thought it was hot, but he doesn't get the message she's trying to send. He believes the cover is more porn than hip hop.

"The suggestiveness, Anaconda. What are you trying to say? You like big d*cks? What's the subliminal message that you're sending? Anaconda, my a$$ is out. Are you saying you want an anaconda up your a$$ or in your p*ssy? I'm not saying that there's not a place for that somewhere. It's just when that's all you see, that's when it's f*cked up," Jamar said.

What do you think of Jamar's comments?



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Comment by 1THUG aka Tha NYCHA LEGEND!! on August 4, 2014 at 5:42pm
no negga is perfeck...but Jamar analysis of hip hop is spot on tha majority of tha time...iss deeper then rap to qwote tha C.O.
imma give ya neggaz a couple bars:
dat negga rozay is strate C-O like colarado im tha truth like 5 mexicans in ah el dorado
my seeds stuffed in ya betch middle like ah avocado
time to rise and shine like tha diamond on ah movado
thazz juss a taste
Comment by Big Reed1 on August 4, 2014 at 3:01pm
For a miniute I thought Lord Jamar was just talking too much. This is the second interview i've seen of him. One things for sure he's telling the truth. And his voice echos alot of other people with an opinion on hip hop.
Comment by Rafer on August 4, 2014 at 8:41am
anything for the all mighty dollar.
Comment by rell on August 4, 2014 at 7:38am
N***** is f.aggots straightup... it's not like she can't rap u fools, she's actually a good rapper. So stop hating u fruits
Comment by Pandaemonium on August 4, 2014 at 6:29am
we all may see things different but unless something is done in the industry it may be the start of the death of this art for real. whats the point of being a real artist if you are not given your just dues to shine and be heard???you can grind but youll never blow like you should unless you consent to sellout your soul like a prostitute sells out dat a**!!
Comment by Pandaemonium on August 4, 2014 at 6:23am
It's gradually being cut away from its roots and its creators, being repped by those that dont give two s**** about it,pushef by the powers that be and before long it will be like rock n roll wasnt it started by blacks, couldnt tell that now. one day well look back on this too and say hey wasnt rap and hip hop started by blacks too!! couldnt tell now...
Comment by Pandaemonium on August 4, 2014 at 6:15am
i dont always see eye to eye with this n**** but he has a strong point on this, cant deny and i agree. women used to be able to actually flow construct bars and lyrics and rip it now these hoes, not women get by on knowing you want to flip and split that p****. music is dead though and like that static selektah song: "The thrill is gone" hip hop is being hijack by culture vultures.
Comment by Instant Classic Productionz on August 3, 2014 at 11:32pm
Thank you lord jamar
Comment by Epitome aka TheWarriorPrincess® on August 3, 2014 at 11:13pm
Just watched vid and he really made some good points. What happened to class? What happened to being above certain things? It's seems that some ppl don't even know what class is and they wanna go as low as they can go. And it's the females that b choosing 2 play themselves like this but they do it bc males b wanting 2 see it. And they were right, Nicki is already established so it's not that she was trying to get attention. Some ppl r just just trifling and low-class I guess.
Comment by $DMoney$ on August 3, 2014 at 10:11pm
It's obvious she can't keep LIL KIM off her mind, Go look at LIL KIMS album cover and her promotion for Hard core....



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