Mistah F.A.B. Defends Kreayshawn, V-Nasty & White Girl Mob

Mistah F.A.B. says the White Girl Mob is being unfairly criticized for their use of the term "nigga," talks about V-Nasty's street cred and tells detractors to "stop hating."

Bay Area's Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob affiliates have made an impression on fans and detractors alike since the emergence of the single "Gucci Gucci." Members of the White Girl Mob received criticism for their use of the word "nigga," a term that many feel they should not be saying. Recently Mistah F.A.B. defended the group, saying that people need to "wake up" and "stop hating." 

"You mother fuckers need to wake up. It's 2011," F.A.B. told WeTheWest.com. "Nobody gives a fuck about that shit no more. We grew up in the same communities, same neighborhoods. It's not the same as how people once looked at it. You want to stand up for a cause like that? You'll let somebody from your own race disrespect you all day, then soon as someone from outside your race...you want to turn into Malcolm X or Martin Luther King."

In the same interview, F.A.B. went on to say that White Girl Mob's V-Nasty, who has received the bulk of the criticism, has street credibility. 

"Believe it or not, V-Nasty is mobbing harder than you niggas that's mad at her saying the word 'nigga.' V-Nasty is really mobbing. That's like little sis. She just got out of jail for a robbery, dog. That's public information, dog. She's not playing, dog. That's really what she do." 

He finished off by saying that the group deserves a break from the "hating," and added that they are "real Oakland" representatives.  

"It's real Oakland. Y'all need to really need to chill out...Stop hating." 

It should be noted that Kreayshawn and Mistah F.A.B. have, at one point, had the same management. HipHopDX will keep you updated.

The video of this interview is below.

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58 Comments

  • confusedperson

    What I want to know is how petty robbery earns you street cred. They most have low expectations over there in the bay. In all seriousness, yeah she shouldn't say it but anyone who says it regardless of race and then criticizes her for saying it is a hypocrite PERIOD. There is no way to weasle your way out of that sort of hypocrisy. If MLK was alive today he would most likely be ashamed and disgusted that some of his own people continue to use a slur for their own race and then turn around and whine when it used by people of other races. And for the record both Kreayshawn and V Nasty suck.

  • shitalk

    This is the key reason why our society is so fucked today. Uneducated rappers that do not know what the fuck they are talking about. This is the most ignorant, biased shit I have heard all year. This is an opinion of someone in California, a melting pot of all diversities. Bring those white girls to the south, and preach about that down there. White people have not earned the respect to say the word "nigga." Kreayshawn's Grandmother and Grandfather created that word in a derogatory form. Now you feel "white privileged" enough to say it? Street credibility does not earn you the right to say "nigga." Some of the most sick and twisted killers are white, and you do not hear them using the "N" word. Hopefully music works out for him, because he isn't smart enough to make it out in the "real world."

  • Anonymous

    nigga aint nobody wanna come out there wit ur nappy ass armpits damn is that a window unit haha lol see living in the past I tell my nigga all th time wat up my nigga im white i have his baby and i kno im his bitch it just a word move on go try and grit u got time to do a video response u kno u aint mobbin

  • HABO

    So the guy in the video makes a strange point. He says the Manager is Black and all their friends are black, as if that makes it ok. They are obviously living a fantasy and not in touch with reality. Nope, not ok. I'm not sure where these Mob White Girls tour but let me say this....Don't go to hood with this music. I was born and raised on the South Side of the CHI and Im 100% sure this shit wont be ok. I don't knock people for their hustle but your better be ready for the end results of your actions. People are going to take offense and they really need to understand it. Who is your audience? Who are the consumers that will purchase your music? If your telling me that society has come to the point where little white girls can rap and flow the N Word and its all good? Hell naw! Stay in the fake lane and get your paper, don't cross the lane into the jungle because it gets real ugle quick. Thats my advice.

  • Anonymous

    RIGHT I FUCKS WIT HER U RIGHT IT 2011 I DNT GVE AFUCK IF SHE SAY NIGGA WHAT THE PROBLEM SHIT SHE NOT SAYIN NIGGER SHE SAYIN NIGGA EVERBODY SAY HIGGA MF HAVE A DNT HAVE PROBLEM WHEH POURTO RICAN MF SAY IT SO Y SHE CANT EXPEACALY IF SHE GREW UP IN DA HOOD HE RLIFSTYLE HOOD SO SHIT WTF WHAT THE ISSUE I FUCKS WIT HER

  • Poised2win

    Who the hell is Mista Fab anyway? IS THE CURRENT STATE OF RAP THE END RESULT OF WHAT'S WRONG WITH EDUCATION. Old school rap HAD A MESSAGE. This BS now is all about insulting something or someone, killing them, slinging drugs. Because education is so whacked now, these young people fall for this BS and thus ending up in an early grave. YEA, I said it. If you look at an educated rapper, their message is so much different from some noneducated wanna be off the street.

  • Poised2win

    Ignorant is as ignorant does. Obviously this nut has no concept of what the real world is all about. I don't think that the multitude of people from the Oakland area likes this idiot speaking for them. He justifies this fake existance to every negative mind set there could be to condone v-skank and the rest. However, its a simple matter to resolve. Just don't buy her stuff. Hopefully our people (not only black) will see that we don't need this type of bull from her or any other rapper whether black, blue, green, or white. LETS SEE IF THERE IS REAL TALENT THERE WITHOUT ALL THE WANNA BE PERSONNA.

  • Anonymous

    NIGA SHUT UP SHES DOIN WAT SHE WANT BITCH GET REAL SHE THUGGIN LIKE FUCK DAMN ITS A WORD DAMN NIGGA NIGGA NIGGA NIGGA NIGGA N NIGA SHE ACTUALLY DO WAT SHE TALK ABOUT NIGA HOW BOUT U GET FROM BEHIND THE COMPUTER N GET A LIFE FIND A DAY JOB CTFU NIGA SHE GOT BILLS TO PAY SHE DOIN WAT SHE WANT N AINT NOBODY GONE DO SHIT ABOUT IT, SO THEREFOR STOP MAKIN VIDEOS CUZ NIGA ITS REAL OAKLAND U A SUCKA ASS NIGGA N GEDD OFF THE INTERNET !!!!!!!#WAAAANNNN SWOBBIN, & OH N F.Y.I NIGGA SHE INTO BITCHES!!!!!!!!!!

  • Rion Amilcar Scott

    Ya Girl Kool Emcee White Chicky-V Discusses Her Use of the N-Word: http://bit.ly/nKcqhp

  • Maggie

    So... what I gather from this article is that going to jail for a robbery makes her black enough to say the n-word? What the fuck?

  • AyBayBay

    V Nasty & Kreayshawn ; ii Fucks Witt It

  • Lil Kane

    And just cause you got out of jail for robbery don't make you official in the streets..Trust Im from Texas and I know alot of country white boys that robbed people. Does that mean they can go in the hood now? Dum ass!

  • Lil Kane

    Fabb sounds dume as fuck.. He must be fucking one of the Hoes lol.. That fool needs to get his had out the pussy and wake up..

  • killahkels

    So Basically Mistah F.A.G is saying we should respect her and allow the use of word because she did a robbery or some other dumb shit. You could never de-power that world. honestly if she was using that word around your grandma what would you say "Its cool grandma she grew up with us". Honestly there is a good portion of black people that don't use the word and get offended by its use by anybody.

  • Jalisa

    So what the fuck is he tryna say... since she just got out of jail for robbery and mobbin hard she can say nigga... so is he sayin that's what black people about, being menance's to fuckin society... I don't give a damn what she or any other race besides black or occasionaly spanish amigos say. If we aint cool or affiliated you cant use nigga when talkin to me.

  • Milan Ray

    she seems mobb as fuck but that doesnt make her music good. fab is mad that mob figaz and livewire got the bay locked

  • Bk all day

    What ever happened to dudes like too short reppin Oakland. These new characters got you looking slum .

  • Bk all day

    Them real "g's" need to check that lil whitey . There like a million words in the English language you can use to express yourself . How hard is it to avoid 1 . By the way she can't rap for nothing. If this is what's putting east Oakland on the map in rap I feel sorry for that town.

  • real nigga

    Mistah FAB... is a lame. He just lost all respect for cosigning white girls to say nigga. nigga yous a lame and just lost all ur fans smh

  • Anonymous

    Mistah F.A.B and his support of V-Nasty is typical of the COON mentality. Real town shit is the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. Not V-Nasty. There is a difference in hating and simply thinking some shit is weak. I'm supposed to listen to some shit because this dysfunctional bitch went to jail? And says nigga every few seconds. Fuck fab! Em who is a better lyricist then V-nasty or Fab, doesn't have say nigga. As a matter of a fact he doesn't have a matching jail record. Get off that COON shit lil sambo. Have more respect for where you come from. Diego Grillo of Black Jacks 8-5 and Plymouth.

  • Inhouse Talent

    San Francisco Rap Artist Sellassie speaks on the word “N#gga” and it’s use by Non-Blacks and Blacks in America. Watch the video: youtube.com/watch?v=VzQH0HadcqY JUST RELEASED Socio-political Rap Artist, Activist and Entrepreneur Sellassie is no stranger to controversy. As a lyric from his previous record, I’m Tryin’ To Make A Livn’ Not A Killin’ states; “I disturb to increase the peace.” He can be seen at most anti-war rallys, youth empowerment events and on the front line in police brutality issues. This artist cares about his community and speaks from the heart with his music and thru his movement. In response of the current state of rap music and pop culture, Sellassie felt compelled to share with the world his stance on the use of the word “N#gga” and its use by non-blacks and blacks in America. About Sellassie: San Francisco Revolutionary Poet and Activist Sellassie has carved his niche as a leading progressive voice in San Francisco Bay Area Hip Hop. With an acclaimed and award-winning debut release, I’m Tryin’ to Make a Livin’ Not a Killin’ and recent follow-up, Sins of Your Forefathers this upcoming emcee has garnered a street level buzz with a fresh perspective. Sellassie is proof that there are young black artists that can make music that is creative, street, positive and smart. He stands firm to his message, has a charismatic presence and is evidence that not every rapper raps negatively, glorifying drugs, guns, women, money or their ego. He is also the creator and co-producer of the Independent Artist Series, We All We Got + 2Racks Rap Contest. With over 70 shows on the calendar in the last 2 years in over 15 markets nationwide, the series have distinguished themselves as premier outlets for independent artists. He is also working with many social, political and youth based initiatives, and is a contributor to various special projects including the film, It Doesn’t Cost Nothin’ to Dream.

  • Inhouse Talent

    San Francisco Rap Artist Sellassie speaks on the word “N#gga” and it’s use by Non-Blacks and Blacks in America. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzQH0HadcqY JUST RELEASED Socio-political Rap Artist, Activist and Entrepreneur Sellassie is no stranger to controversy. As a lyric from his previous record, I’m Tryin’ To Make A Livn’ Not A Killin’ states; “I disturb to increase the peace.” He can be seen at most anti-war rallys, youth empowerment events and on the front line in police brutality issues. This artist cares about his community and speaks from the heart with his music and thru his movement. In response of the current state of rap music and pop culture, Sellassie felt compelled to share with the world his stance on the use of the word “N#gga” and its use by non-blacks and blacks in America. About Sellassie: San Francisco Revolutionary Poet and Activist Sellassie has carved his niche as a leading progressive voice in San Francisco Bay Area Hip Hop. With an acclaimed and award-winning debut release, I’m Tryin’ to Make a Livin’ Not a Killin’ and recent follow-up, Sins of Your Forefathers this upcoming emcee has garnered a street level buzz with a fresh perspective. Sellassie is proof that there are young black artists that can make music that is creative, street, positive and smart. He stands firm to his message, has a charismatic presence and is evidence that not every rapper raps negatively, glorifying drugs, guns, women, money or their ego. He is also the creator and co-producer of the Independent Artist Series, We All We Got + 2Racks Rap Contest. With over 70 shows on the calendar in the last 2 years in over 15 markets nationwide, the series have distinguished themselves as premier outlets for independent artists. He is also working with many social, political and youth based initiatives, and is a contributor to various special projects including the film, It Doesn’t Cost Nothin’ to Dream. WATCH VIDEO: www.sellassiefrisco.com

  • Bowski

    As far as I can tell this dude's whole career has been a gimmick, & by him supporting this chic(s)use of the "N" word is just another gimmick from which he hopes to get some shine from. As unfortunate as it sounds this is the type of things/gimmicks No-Talent-Ass-Rappers resort to when they feel slippage.

  • Lman

    Mistah Fab, I was a fan of yours. Vivid memories of listening to all your slaps from middle school to my junior year of college as I prepare for applying to grad school soon. I come from East Oakland, I love my hood and neighborhood. But, as much as you had slaps you also spoke some real shit man. I'm sad I'm no longer your fan my brother. Keep making good music and make money brother, I just won't support anymore

  • L-Boogie

    Mistah Fab is a damn fool, I don't let my own race disrespect me so why would I be cool with someone calling me a nigger....Especially a white person! Fuck Kreayshawn and Mistah Fab!!!

  • A Fed Up Black Man

    why is it that it's always some fat ignorant ass 40 looking year old jack ass always saying something stupid? who is this person? who is the white girl mob? who are these people? this is what hip-hop has come to...smh...who is V nasty? why r these people relevant? and whoever called him a house nigger i would have to agree.....not just a house one but an ignorant one sit down..........he look about 40 years old carrying a backpack talking bout hyphy and swabbing...go get a forreal job and sit dwn...ugh im sick of these nobody's popping up on youtube and anywhere else there camera phone takes them...dude hip-hop has been dead a long time commercialism has bought it up and we have sold it to the white man and obviously some white heffa named V-nasty in order for us to be accepted anytime a white person calls you a nigger or nigga trust they aint trying to be dwn with you.....TRUST to most of them we are jokes, bums, and whatever else and this clown is proof.....ugh im sick of the ignorance

    • some guy

      yo i have nothing to say to you just posting it under yours so ppl will read it first. im a 22 yr old white dude. lived on the streets for a couple years selling drugs, robbin people, getting robbed, pullin guns on ppl, havin guns pulled on me. all that shit. im not proud of it but im just giving you a lil of my background here. ill tell you this. ALOT OF WHITE PEOPLE SAY NIGGA. ALOT OF BLACK PEOPLE SAY NIGGA. ALOT OF MEXICANS SAY NIGGA. EVERYONE ON THE STREETS SAYS NIGGA. its not used in a racial slur or a degrading way. in fact its the opposite. we say it to friends and ppl were cool with. like "wuts up my nigga" or "damn nigga,, that shit was crazy." its just another term like "homie" or "dude" and the people who dont realize that are the ignorant ones. get with the program. like this guy in the video says. ITS 2011

  • moni

    i think everybody needs to shut the fuck up... black rappers say the shit all the time in thier music... and guess who is the main consumer and feed these rappers... WHITE TEENAGERS... until our african american artist and my african american community as a whole stop using the word dont go crucifiying others for saying it.... like he said.. a WHOLE bunch of you all want to start turning into MLK and Malcolm all of a sudden. ctfu

    • LdotB

      I agree with you saying everyone needs to stop using the N-Word but I don't see where V-Nasty should get a green light for using the word. She over stepped her boundaries.

  • bawse1

    i have 1name & 2words 4u MR FAB "WILLIE LYNCH" ur a modern day coon brotha stick urself!!!!

  • TRE'

    THATS WHY NO ONE RESPECTS THIS GUY ANYMORE, THIS GUY PUTS DESIGNS IN HIS HAIRCUT BUT HE'S GOIN BALD!

  • Anonymous

    Fuck Hyphe music. Fuck this house nigga.

  • Anonymous

    My respect for Mista FAB just plummeted.

  • Bakes Brandon

    he started out being correct as hell, and then he bragged about the chick gettin arrested for robbery and I went (o_0)?! still, he's mostly right.

  • Doubl Negative

    I'm an open-minded Black male hip-hop fan and ethnicity and gender have never been an issue with me. In the '80s/'90s I was listening to militant pro-Black acts like X-Clan, Brand Nubian and Intelligent Hoodlum and their white counterpoints 3rd Bass and House of Pain. It was the same with feminist/misogynistic emcees, I was rockin' both Latifah and Cube tapes. I've yet to have the pleasure of hearin' White Girl Mob, but I suspect they'll be just as abysmal as their Black male peers like Solja Boy, Wacka Flacka et al. Nigger/Nigga will always be a contentious word, no matter how cavalier it may have become to the hip-hop generation and it's a shame FAB is tryin' to attenuate the magnitude of that word with his flippant comments. Any way, my favourite emcee out there right now is Invincible, who is neither Black nor male.

  • JOE6PACKNCGBOR336

    the only buzz they got is them using the word nigger an thats not good hope they drop that album in the next two months by next summer she/they gone

  • moneystar

    mr fab is so gay and the white girls is joke to any real music.she just got out jail makes her cool get the hell out here the dumb bitch got caught haha. They should keep her ass in there so we could make free nasty bitch t shirts

  • TimboSlyce

    In other other words she's gives it up easily. Really though, she raps like a 12 year old kid. I can;t believe she putting this shit out. She should be embarrassed of it and trying to hide the shame.

  • bkstylz

    I understand why dude mentioned her robbery and behavior. What he was trying to say is she is a real nigga in ever since of the word. Ghetto as fuck. If you hood, that's what you know.

  • Mr Flamboyant

    "You mother fuckers need to wake up. It's 2011," F.A.B. told WeTheWest.com. "Nobody gives a fuck about that shit no more. We grew up in the same communities, same neighborhoods. It's not the same as how people once looked at it. You want to stand up for a cause like that? You'll let somebody from your own race disrespect you all day, then soon as someone from outside your race...you want to turn into Malcolm X or Martin Luther King." And that shuts everything down truthfully. So much truth in that statement. I don't personally condone a white person using the term...but I didn't have a white person grow up around me that used the term. And I'm from the hood hood...not that hollywood hood you see in the movies and hear fantasies about. I know a white girl who is more hood than a lot of cats out there and she uses the word. But she spent time around a bunch of hood cats... once again the hood hood and not some hollywood ass hood...and they were apparently peace with it. But FAB is right. MFs will let their own people do them wrong constantly and as soon as something happens here, here comes the oppression pimps (Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Michael Eric Dyson, Operation PUSH) to babble nonsensical madness and for what? Nigga boycotted Don Imus and never listened to the man, let alone knew who he was and what he did. Imus was funny and he was gatdamn TRUE!!! So just leave it alone. Besides, why even give ignorance the time of day at the bare minimum. What does that make you?

  • Good look

    I'm offended as a black educated female, who has never been to jail, from the town! Now what do you do say to that Mistah Fab

  • Mu

    PSA: "To all aspiring white rappers - If you want to impress your fellow Black rap peers and fans, simply brag about crimes you've committed.. better yet, go rob somebody RIGHT NOW! (free use of the word NIGGER in your rhymes if you get arrested, so make sure you get caught. That way, it becomes public record and your street credibility can be authenticated). Back to your regularly scheduled program...

  • Mu

    That's his peoples and they rep the same area so of course he's gonna defend them. It's not necessarily their use of the word "nigga" that offends me. I'm more offended by the idea that because she went to jail for robbery, THATS what gives her a pass.

  • Aceloco78

    Man I get it!! Dont go on a rant about it tho!! They're not taking over...

  • Eric Brown

    In other words...she has a ghetto pass and crossover appeal. A good mixture for plenty of shows. Hopefully she can grow out of the controversial nonsense that has came her way but she has the cosign of a lot of heavy weights that will hopefully help guide her in a positive direction.

  • Hopit

    Real talk! Stop actin like the n-word is a big deal.

  • Detroit Murder Dog

    another dumb rapper...

  • nuc

    the fact that he uses V bastys recent rlease from jail for robbery is soo effin lame,,, thats not hiphop! thats not cool! thats not something to glorify! this is just sad hiphopdx posted this,,,, way to keep positive headlines in the culture. showcase positive moves in the hiphop game..not this bottom feeder . low life, negative karma spreading isshh.

  • JT3000

    I just dont think she respects the culture or hip hop roots. I think she is a tourist in rap. Trying to make money and not caring what she sounds like. I am a huge fan of yelawolf because he is a real mc that can also make fun records and well thought out records. But he respects what it took for other white mcs to pave the way for him to get into rap and showing respect to all the rap groups or mcs he grew up on. She is making a joke out of white people getting into rap and that sucks for the real white mcs.

    • Paul David

      Shane, you should watch To Be Or Not To Be: Lyrical if you want proof that Yela has mad respect for the genre. This girl, she doesn't.

    • shane

      I dont think she dosnt have respect so much as she's a girl. You know how girls dont normaly have that hip hop feel with their music its more about being a "queen" and shit. And i never really got the impression that yelawolf paid respect to hiphop not that he's not talented in a really annoying way.

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