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Schoolboy Q Backtracks on Controversial Comments About White People

By HHL JT
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 Hanif Abdurraqib's 2017 book They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us has a chapter about Schoolboy Q's desire for white people to rap the n-word at his concerts.

"When the beat drops, I’ll expect y’all to say it. It’s not like I’m asking them to go out in the world and say it, but if they paid for a show and put food on my family’s table, I’m not going to be up there saying the word alone," was Q's rationale.

He was confronted with that opinion on Twitter yesterday and decided to disown it.

"I was on drugs… no I don’t," he responded to the chapter title.

What do you think about his pre-drugs statement?

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