Comedian Eric Andre Explosions XXXTENTACION & Kodak Black On the "Fanaticism"

HipHop News Posted on August 21, 2017 at 6:08am

Comedian Eric Andre Explosions XXXTENTACION & Kodak Black On the "Fanaticism"

No jokes here.

Comedian Eric Andre took a stance against intolerance in the Hip Hop, the so-called artists that he feels guilty of participating in it. He took aim directly at XXXTENTACION and Kodak Black, two controversial rappers who have been accused of acts of violence against women.

In a series of tweets, Andre revealed that he felt bad for WorldStarHipHop the promotion of the XXX and Kodak. Also suggested that are caught flak from "butt hurt" fans when I criticize rappers with their alleged sexism.

"I was watching World Star Hip Hop on my IG and always are the promotion of XXX Black and Kodak. and I got upset," Andre wrote last Friday (August 18). "I was like, why complain about racism freely, but to criticize a rapper of sexism, and everyone gets butt hurt. I was also angry with myself for the promotion of XXXTentacion the music of the other day. my friend was like, 'the guy hits the pregnant women.'"

He went on to explain that when racism, sexism, or homophobia is present, so is the bigotry and systemic evil.

"the racism, the sexism, the homophobia of all fanaticism. it is all part of the same systemic evil that keeps people servile and deprived of their rights," he continued. "1 out of every 3 women are beat, raped, or murdered in your life. that 1 billion women. Shits got to stop. No more apathy or indifference."

Andre after putting action to his comments by sharing a link to One Billion Rising, an organization that aims to end violence against women.

— Eric Andre (@ericandre) on the 19th of August 2017

And for the fans who may have been surprised by the comedian's comments, he promised that "poop jokes" are ahead.

is the poop jokes from here on out.

— Eric Andre (@ericandre) on the 19th of August 2017

XXXTENTACION did issue a response to Andre, who has since been removed, with knocking him for not supporting the youth.

"because not everything you hear on the internet i


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