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Last month, “State of the Culture” co-host Remy Ma defended rape allegations made against Bill Cosby. In the Revolt series, the hip-hop rapper considered it too hard to believe sixty women were all afraid of one man. Her reluctance to believe rape allegations has once again resurfaced during the web series broadcast.
Remy didn’t mince words toward her co-hosts when she denied the plausibility of the allegations made against R&B singer R. Kelly. Her disbelief apparently stems from the notion of consent. In her argument, Remy Ma said, “Rapists are only there for their pleasure and do not eat a** to give the woman pleasure, therefore, the act between R Kelly and those girls wasn’t rape but consensual sex.”
These comments come weeks after the Love and Hip-Hop star defended the use of non-black people saying the ‘n’-word so long as they had no racist intent. With that said, Remy Ma has opened herself up to much criticism from the Internet.
Twitter has called out the ‘Conceited’ rapper stepping out of line with every chance they’ve gotten.