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V-Nasty's name is just starting to buzz in the industry and she's not trying to lose her spot. Her upcoming mixtape with Gucci Mane is one way to make people take notice of something other than her use of the n-word.
The 21-year old, born Vanessa Reece, says her vocabulary is a result of growing up in the mean streets of East Oakland, where she claims her use of the n-word is accepted amongst her group of friends. But in an interview with L.A. Weekly, V-Nasty says there's a big difference between saying "n*gga" and "n*gger"
She tells the publication that she has two children (the first when she was 15-years old) who are half black and would flip if someone called them a "n*gger."
"Now if I hear somebody say it with an '-er,' I'm gonna speak up! I don't take that sh*t lightly," she says. "I wish somebody would come up and call my daughter or my son the N-word in that way."
Although her White Girl Mob partner, Kreayshawn, is signed to Sony Records, V-Nasty doesn't have a deal yet. She's hoping the mixtape with Gucci will open a few more doors and help give her 5-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son opportunities she didn't have growing up.
"[I want them] to have whatever the f*ck they want, learn, have a career," she says before explaining she will never change who she is. "If you're not being yourself, who you gonna be? You can't be somebody else, can't act all the time. Nah, this is me."