Lord Jamar was eager to clear the air and make sure viewers knew he was not a racist and did not agree with some of the criticism he received from artists like Hopsin, ScHoolboy Q and Royce Da 5’9″. Jamar also explains that he feels he was taken out of context and that artists like him who he believe in their freedom to free speech should embrace being outspoken and honest. Watch as Jamar vents his frustrations for quite awhile and addresses each comment he’s aware of.
During his recent interview with DJ Vlad, ScHoolboy claims he believes Lord Jamar’s recent comments about white rappers being “guest” in the house of Hip Hop is uncalled for and racist. The TDE rapper quickly dismisses the idea and clarifies that he believes Hip Hop is universal and open for anyone to creatively partake in. If one things clear, it’s that ScHoolboy Q doesn’t tolerate ignorance.