Last night, MTO News learned that soul singer Janel Munay said that the amount of hate women in rap music was "irritating," adding that "we need to remove this shit too."
In a series of tweets, Janelle also asked her fans to "scrap" hip-hop music.
"Actually, I just want to hear rap. The amount of hate women from most men in rap and music is outrageous," Janelle said. "We need to remove this shit too."
"Women (black women (in particular) have been betrayed by the majority of men for a very long time. The systems that enable the patriarchate and violators of power are burning. Either bring petrol or burn with them."
She later added: "You cannot wait to invite women every prostitute, shovel, discuss violence against women, etc. for influence in rap and rock and throughout the history of music. Misperception was not at all okay, but it was normalized. It was not created. Women are misconceptions, but you did. So do work to repeal it. "
NME notes that "Monáe recently talked about how to" excite "the filming of upcoming horror movie Antebellum to Jennifer Aniston, Zendaya, Rose Byrne, Helena Bonham Carter and Reese Witherspoon during the Hollywood Reporter Drama Actress Roundtable.
In the movie, the actress and singer depicts an author who was moved in time to a reality where she is enslaved.
Monáe said: "Oh, I brought all of my ancestors home. We were filming most of the things at night on a farm, and I felt everything. There were only certain conversations even in craft services that if I heard it would excite me. I couldn't even speak to my family sometimes. It was kinda unhealthy when I think again. "