Since the November 4 release of his new album, co-signed by Briton 21 Savage, Canadian rapper Drake has been under fire from Moroccan Internet users. In question, the lyrics of the piece Jumbotron Shit Poppin, considered insulting towards the women of the Cherifian kingdom. Rightly so, since the North American superstar mentions Moroccan women by name with a very assumed misogyny. “Thick Moroccan bitch, this is my fav’, I’ma go on and beat it”, he declaims in this piece. Or, literally, “a big Moroccan slut, that’s what I prefer, I’m going to go and the taper. »
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Something to scandalize the Moroccan Web, which calls for reporting the rapper with the hashtag #BoycottDrake for his “insulting and degrading remarks on Moroccan women”, and to “respect” the Cherifian kingdom. “I hate Drake. Why contribute to the sexualization of Moroccan women? Leave us alone, ”an internet user indignantly tweeted on November 5.