Raven

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  • Age:
  • 21
  • Orientation:
  • Guy
  • Sex:
  • My gender is fem
  • My figure type:
  • Overweight
  • I prefer to drink:
  • Gin
  • I like piercing:
  • None
  • I like tattoo:
  • Yes

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Am I goin crazy?? Damn that just took that line from a C plus to Dreamville

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Cole Jermaine Cole is as a person. Through these lines Cole is indicating that men should desire the strong african american women and not women who are all about the sex and benefits, which is stigmatizing the ho stereotype as a negative—which it usually is.

The first full verse begins with Cole unable to think of or find a role model, potentially for himself, potentially for all the young girls and women who need one. He then says that the girl is so bad she would make you leave your ificant other to stay with her, before continuing to detail his sexual interaction with her.

Cole gets violent as he gets fooled multiple times which is evidence of either his lack of thought or his lack of self control, which could likely be related directly back to his sex life. The third and final verse starts with J. Cole regretting that he is too young to be with Lisa Bonet and Nia Long who are t.

He then reverts back to his regretting his young age wishing he was the same age as Sade or Aaliyah but that he is now just left with girls from the club. As a whole, this song talks about how too many girls fit into the gold digger and freak stereotypes where they have no intellect but will have sex willingly either for their own pleasure or for material objects, and Cole is blaming the idea that so many women are currently like that on the fact that there are no good, wholesome, respectable role models for women these days, the way Uncle Phil was able to be his role model as he grew up in a fatherless home.

That was discussed in our chat with Dr. Raley because all black women in the media are shown to be one, very dramatic stereotype that is highly sexualized which is why as J. Cole says, there are no role modelz for young girls today.

By exploring that idea, Cole has an interesting take on modern sexuality and female stereotypes along the way. This entry was posted on April 1, It was filed under Uncategorized.

Otherwise, well put. The Lost Tapes All the Rap info. Home Sample .

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