Why do African American rappers/singers use bad words in their songs and rapping?

Question by Raquel: Why do African American rappers/singers use bad words in their songs and rapping?
I mean like, really, it’s happening, because, when I hear songs like that that includes African Americans rapping and singing bad words like s**t and f*uck you, and, stuff like that, it’s just like happening. WHY????

Best answer:

Answer by Scott
Cause they are ANGRY

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

12 comments to Why do African American rappers/singers use bad words in their songs and rapping?

  • Super Secrecy  says:

    Eminem cusses more than any rapper…

  • Nine Five  says:

    You are a fag

  • Vampire Storm  says:

    Okay, you also need to realize- that there is also white rappers to cuss just as much, maybe more!
    For example:
    Eminem, Kreayshawn, etc.
    Don’t be so narrow open up your music views!

  • Ry  says:

    its just words. Really. And sometimes the flow calls for it.

  • Mitch  says:

    Maybe you pissed them off by asking questions like this.

  • Michael Westen  says:

    it helps express there feelings

  • Batman 57  says:

    What are you 5?

  • Chris M. Paul  says:

    Lol @ Mitch. Thanks for the 2 points bro.

  • MCXD  says:

    c’mon now dont make me bust out some rock lyrics with swearing

  • vv  says:

    sugar pie at the end of the day it wont matter they will still be doing this years from now making that yung money close your eyes this section is 2 xrated for you .good night and sleep tight .

    angels on your pillow baby girl

  • David H  says:

    It’s nothing but racist, sexist hate rants with some semblance of music in the background.

  • Trey 'the Cudder' and Eminem Did Your Mom  says:

    Wow this is racist, you do know white people curse too?

Leave a reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>