With her solo LaLisa album, Lisa has smashed many records, but her choice of hairstyles, such as box braids, have left some of her fans dissatisfied. Cornrows, box braids, and dreads are all braiding techniques that are associated with African culture. They have also been subjected to harassment and discrimination as a result of their attire. This was obviously not appreciated by Lisa’s black followers, nor by anybody who wears box braids only for the sake of ‘badass’ and ‘hip-hop’ ideas.
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However, despite the fact that Lisa had been discriminated against, they did not condemn her. Some fans expressed their belief that hip-hop is a legitimate musical form and that she and her crew did not need to depend on AAVE and blaccent to label her song as “hip-hop.” Many fans decided to write to YG in order to bring attention to the issue.
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