There’s old saying that God takes care of baby’s and fools, but I think he looks out for far more then that. That’s the only way I am able to reconcile how in the hell Drake and Nicki Minaj landed on the cover of the new XXL magazine.
Yes, I’ve known for awhile it was going to happen, but now that it’s here denial has most certainly set in. Call me a hater, but when in the hell did hip-hop get this bad?? I mean realistically I can’t go in on Hammerhead too much — that would be a complete waste of time. Clearly that huge forehead has you all in a trance of some kind. However, Nicki.. now that’s a whole other story.
The title of their cover is “World Domination”, but I have a question; Are people pumping their fists for Nicki and Drake outside of the USA and Canada?
Minaj — or “Butch,” as I like to call her — has completely deflated all hopes of proving that she’s a rapstress to be desired now that the horrible collabo between she and Sean Garret is getting panned across the internet.
Drake — or “Hammerhead,” as I also like to call him– should have been apart of the Freshman class edition and called it day. The problem with the new school rappers is that they start to buy into your own hype. Nicki needs to get as much $ as she can because she has NO chance of becoming the next Lil Kim with her erratic personality disorder — and sporadic lyrical delivery. And Drake needs to go ahead and cross over into American films [I see you Drake. I know you're just pimping the game to get over to Hollywood].
All in all XXL magazines new cover is one gargantuan fail. And I don’t even blame the magazine. I mean hell in these trying times if they felt that evil blogger Sandra Rose would get people to purchase some magazines she’d be front and center.
I miss real hip-hop. #sigh!
Oh and if these two are the rebirth of rap royalty, then somebody better toss me in jail for treason cause I ain’t buying it. No pun intended.
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