As always, Talib Kweli has a way with words. While sitting down with Sway and Heather B on Sway in the Morning, the Brooklyn emcee gave his thoughts on Rick Ross and Lil’ Wayne recently losing their corporate sponsors. Though he was critical of both artists, he says that his criticism was the product of being a participant in the community of hip-hop and that it’s something we should all be doing. It was never about taking the moral high ground or making them lose money. He particularly emphasizes that he enjoys both artists’ music, a good thing to remember when taking sides in these debates, which don’t actually have discernible sides.
Peep the rest of the interview for his complete thoughts. And check out his album P.O.C.
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