After issuing an apology and going on-record to say that he does not condone rape, Rick Ross is still in hot water with some fans and women's rights organizations. But Hotel California rapper Tyga is sounding off and coming to Rozay's defense, calling his controversial verse on Rocko's "U.O.E.N.O." song "freedom of speech."
"It wasn't even his record." the YMCMB spitter told the LA Leakers. "For them to do all that off of a mixtape song that wasn't even his is kinda like...you just got those groups they just wanna [petition]. Activists and those righteous groups, that's what they do. They probably don't even listen to Ross' music, I know they don't know who Rocko is. They just finding anything they can."
When the tables were turned to analyze his own lyrics, Tyga admitted that his music can be viewed as both good and bad. "I make negative music, but I also make positive music because that's what's thrown at me in life, your good and your evils."
Watch him discuss a petition aiming to ban him from performing at Harvard University and more above.