TOO MUCH COONERY & BUFFOONERY! I CAN’T BELIEVE WHAT HIPHOP HAS BECOME – DIDDY

TOO MUCH COONERY & BUFFOONERY! I CAN’T BELIEVE WHAT HIPHOP HAS BECOME – DIDDY

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One of the most prominent icons of hiphop Diddy has come out to express dissatisfaction on the current state of hiphop. In a Snapchat post he calls Puffy rant, Diddy says hiphop today now has too much coonery and buffonery.

“I ain’t got the time, I ain’t got the time, I ain’t got the time, ” he begins. “If it ain’t about going up, about being positive, about getting some money, and loving God … too much buffoonery and coonery going on. The culture is getting killed. I’m not even saying anything about it because I am just so burnt out.”

“I just love this Hip Hop culture and I’m scared the direction it’s going … we have some of the most brilliant minds in the world, but something has to change. We’re going in the wrong direction.”

He then goes on to recommend watching some hiphop documentaries on Youtube and Netflix. See his intersting rant below, a must watch for every hiphop lover who is scared the hiphop culture is dying.

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Nkwain Ettiene Chiambah is born from Kom, in the N. W. Region of Cameroon. He has a degree in Nursing from the University of Buea Cameroon after which he further his studies in, film making, Television and Video Production, photography and graphic Designing. He started as a musician/ producer when he was in the Secondary School and due to his passion for music, arts and entertainment, he founded Chillen Media, which is a Multimedia and communication company with brands like Starbillang, chillen muzic entertainment, CMTV, CM2, Chillen Media Academy, CMTV Online and Chillen Media Studios. Today, he stars as a creative Director/Producer and C.E.O. of Chillen Media. Nkwain E. Chiambah, popularly known as Master Chill has and is still contributing enormously to the growth of the Cameroonian Entertainment Industry through his works and the sky is his limit.

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