SAWEETIE Attributes her Inspiration to the late Hip Hop Legend 2 PAC
She was born in early 90’s on the West Coast which has maintained her HipHop memories fresh including the Deathrow Hip Hop Icon 2PAC Shakur. She said in a video accompanying her Complex Cover story on Monday, 14th of June. She repeatedly explained why 2Pac was her greatest inspiration even long after his death. She also said that he made her feel proud to be a black woman. “I feel like thst really changes the perspective of the Greatest Rapper of all times, cause I’m a mood girl, For inspiration, I’m saying 2PAC.”
Saweetiee was born and raised in Bay Area where she explained that her parents always played 2PAC music which menat her feel comfortable in her own skin. She said that her parents played 2PAC records non-stop day and night. The fact that he loved women and praised them in his lyrics made her proud to be a Black woman.
She further explained, “And I think people like that is really important, especially for a group that is constantly oppressed in experiences, injustices. He made you feel like, it may not be okay right now, but it’s gonna be alright later.” That is relatable to how just like Tupac, Saweetie often finds herself at the center of scuffles and controversies. A week ago, rumors were going round the Hip Hop Cycles that she was paid $100,000 by NBA Superstar James Harden through a Cash App only to go out with her. However, the NBA Superstar quickly trashed the rumors on his Instagram page.
This is James Harden’s post on Instagram. “I’m tired of people creating these false ass stories knowing I don’t really speak on bullshit,” he wrote. “Leave me out of all the weird shit. Shit trash. Back to my real life. People really on here just making shit up for clout. I really stay out of the way. Cash App $100K? Beat it.”
Saweetie is a Hip Hop Artist with unmatchable bad ass lyrical prowess which has won her accolades and fame. She is expected to release her latest Album, ‘Pretty Bitch Music’ later this year.
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