YG understands the challenges of creating a song that may cause trouble if a certain type of person sings uncensored lyrics. For this reason, he made the edited version of the hit-song, "My N****" which is now "My Hitta."
Many people heard the uncensored version first and they, specifically whites, still rap along using the n-word. For YG, having whites rapping "My n***" is not cool in his book. The problem, according to YG, is the misuse of the n-word when other races get involved in the use of the term. Bottom line, he doesn't want anyone who is white rapping that lyric of the song, even if it's at his concert.
On the flip side, YG has nothing but respect for those who fought during the civil rights movement in relation to the n-word. Years have passed and blacks have a different relationship with the n-word, in the eyes of YG.
Hit the comment section and let us know if you agree with YG.
Here's the full interview:
PHOTOS: YG and DJ Mustard With The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club is a four and a half hour morning show featuring DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God's unrivaled interviews with celebrities and hip-hop artists. From megastars like Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Arnold Schwarzenegger to rap icons such as Rick Ross, Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane, every guest visiting The Breakfast Club is grilled with their signature blend of honesty and humor. The results are the best interviews to be found on radio.
The Breakfast Club includes segments such as Angela Yee's Rumor Report – Angela shares the latest pop-culture news, while Envy and Charlamagne share their unique opinions on each topic; Donkey of the Day – Charlamagne chooses a public figure or celebrity to poke fun at after public missteps; and DJ Envy's People's Choice Mix - 25 minutes straight of DJ Envy's award winning music mixes.