Cypress Hill frontman B-Real rips comedian Steve Harvey for his negative comments regarding Hip Hop.
Cypress Hills B-Real Checks Steve Harveys Hip Hop Hypocrisy: Fuck That Dude Published on:Apr 29, 2021, 1:53 PM by 6 Cypress Hill frontman B-Realis well aware comedian/game show host Steve Harvey isnt a big fan of Hip Hop. During a new interview with Tony A. Da Wizards Roadium Radio show, the famed cannabis connoisseur explained why he takes issue with some of the comments Harvey has previously made about the genre. The conversation begins with B-Real saying Harvey was once hired at 92.3 The Real in Los Angeles to compete with veteran host Big Boy and Power 106 for the Home of Hip Hop title, but he immediately knew it was a bad idea. We knew him before he came through, obviously, because he was a famous comedian, he says toward the end of the clip. But, we also knew him because he was overtly against Hip Hop. He would speak against it, Man, fuck that shit aint music. Yall dont know how to talk to women and yall be disrespecting the women and all this violent shit. Like just keying in on all the negative and not the positives. B-Real adds, This is where Hip Hop lives and you gotta guy that is shitting on Hip Hop every fucking chance he gets. And he still does to this day. Every chance he gets, he will dog Hip Hop. The way B-Real sees it, Hip Hop has saved countless lives by providing an alternate route to drug dealing and gang banging, including his own. Anyone who criticizes the genre will get no love from the Latino Hip Hop pioneer. And according to B-Real, Harvey spoke ill of Hip Hop following the Earth Wind & Fire and Isley Brothers Verzuz event earlier this month. He went out of his way to dog Hip Hop , he continues. You see Hip Hop aint got this type of swag and blah, blah, blah. You aint gon see fly songs like this on some Hip Hop. You know, constantly shitting on our genre. So, for me, Im always like fuck that dude. He aint even that funny. View this post on Instagram A post shared by BREAL.TV (@brealtv) In a recent interview with The Artist & The Athlete podcast, B-Real talked about his former life as a Bloods gang member and how Hip Hop provided the escape he needed. I ran with Bloods and thats different for someone like me, he said. Someone like me would usually run with with the Mexican gang or something like that some half-Mexican, so its a little bit tougher for me being a Latino and a Black gang and Blood gang. It was craziness. But truth be told, when I got into the music, they didnt necessarily make me choose, you know, its either this or that. The way I departed from that life was I told my close group of friends within our neighborhood, Hey, this is what Im going to do. And they said, Hey, we got you go ahead and do that shit.