Vic Mensa addressed the critics to the presentation of the BET Hip-Hop Awards last weekend in which he called XXXTentacion and its supporters. The alleged content of the free style, which will be released with the complete award ceremony on October 16, came to light through the collaborator X DJ Scheme, who tweeted On Sunday (October 7), "How are you?" Your favorite rapper is an abuser & then follows up with a line that says "some shit X some shit, so I will not live long & # 39; "
Mensa responded Monday night with a video that reaffirms his criticism of the X champions. He also offered his condolences to X's mother, Cleopatra Bernard, who was present when the pre-recorded freestyle was issued. "Domestic and sexual abuse are not excusable because you have talent or you have problems," Mensa wrote in the legend. "I had no idea that an afflicted mother would be in the audience to honor her lost son," he adds in the video. "However, I reject with vehemence the tendency in hip-hop to abuse the defenders, and I will not say anything about it." Look at it completely below.
Later, Mensa shared the misogynistic messages his classmates received after the violent reaction, and wrote on Instagram: "These children are taught that their abusive heroes accept this mentality and normalize this shit. I call BS!