MC Lyte Opposes Sexual Harassment, And the so-Called Rules Of Participation of the Mandates of the

HipHop News Posted on December 23, 2017 at 1:35pm

MC Lyte Opposes Sexual Harassment, And the so-Called Rules Of Participation of the Mandates of the

#DXclusive: The legendary rapper speaks on his Instagram post that may have rubbed a little the wrong way and outlining a plan to reach men and women on the same page.

Los Angeles, CA – If you surf the internet in any capacity this last couple of months, it was difficult to ignore any holder of news about celebrities males accused of some type of sexual misconduct. The reaction to these situations has been evident that cause countless picky and lively discussions through social media and has even penetrated the Hip Hop community, in particular, spoil the life and times of Russell Simmons.

Pioneering rapper and well-known media personality, MC Lyte recently addressed a workplace situation related to the continuity of the sexual misconduct chronicles on your personal Instagram page when she posted a quippy caption that read, "Sexual harassment or flirtation – probably decided if she likes him," and adds: "Some of you flirt Monday to get what you want, and then when he/she flirts Friday and you crazy?!" with the hashtags "toomuch" and "interofficeblues", added to the effect.

The unisex post was well received by several thousands of followers, but also caused a bit of concern for others, especially those who still had the course of high-profile accusations in his brain.

It was not my intention to offend anyone who has ever experienced sexual harassment; or any person who has approached. In order to have healing, we need to discuss the Rules of Engagement Now. #RulesOfEngagementNow

A post shared by mclyte (@mclyte) on 22 December 2017, 6:05 pm PST

After seeing the damage, the post was removed and replaced with a video PES and an exclusive discussion with HipHopDX, Lyte (born Lana Moorer) provides more clarity on the issue of the social media post could ever offer.

"There are so many different different degrees of what we are talking about now," she explains to HipHopDX shortly after a cross-country flight back to Los Angeles. "With my [original] post, I was simply referring to the coworkers. I was not to delve into the world of the nothing. When you're in an environment where the work. For me,


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