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Hot 97 Jock Peter Rosenberg Tried To Diss Nicki Minaj: Lil’ Wayne Pulled The Pop Diva And The Entire Young Money Crew From Summer Jam

The highly anticipated Summer Jam Concert hit a snag over the weekend when HOT 97 Disc Jockey Peter Rosenberg got on the microphone and made a reference to “real Hip-Hop”, while completely disrespecting Nicki Minaj with a remark about her “Star  Ship” recording. The comment which implied that Minaj wasn’t a true Hip-hop artist wasn’t received well by the Hottest Pop Artist in the business. Rap recording artist Lil’ Wayne made the decision to pull Minaj and the entire YMCMB crew from the event which sent shock waves around New York City where the venue premiered. Listeners have had mixed reactions to Minaj not performing. Minaj called DJ Funk Master Flexed and offered her personal perspective on why she didn’t perform. Flex also seemingly co-signed Rosenberg’s comments making an inference about Minaj not “touching down in Jersey”. However, personalities, industry figures, and fans alike felt that the Rosenberg comment was completely uncalled for. Let’s face it, if Rosenberg, Flex, and who ever else didn’t feel that Minaj was a true Hip-Hot Artist, they all should have had the professional astuteness and wisdom to realize that during the concert wasn’t exactly the ideal time to vent such a subject perspective. Also, the Rosenberg comment referencing Minaj disrespected Young Money, and just about every Hip-Hop artist who has done work with Minaj. Was Rosenberg saying that Lil’ Wayne and others aren’t real Hip-Hop Artist? In fact, who in the hell is this guy? Last time I checked Peter Rosenberg was a white Jew boy from Maryland trying to blend in and be down with black people. I mean, who really takes this guy serious? Before I even get into how awkward it looks for a wannabe black Jew  to even be on a stage at a Hip-Hop Concert, I’ll simply address how unprofessional he actually looked, and the effect it will most certainly impact the HOT 97 Radio Station. Some how Rosenberg forgot that he was a Radio Personality, a Professional, and whether he thought dissing Minaj would further embellish his “street cred” or not, Minaj was a featured artist for the concert that his employer was promoting. Does Rosenberg have that much juice at HOT 97? His comment was stupid, personal, counter productive, disrupted the business at hand, and he should have realized that  it was inappropriate during the venue. Now he has been reduced to whining like a fucking little bitch during his broadcast airtime, trying to justify his bonehead debacle, and continuously defending his weak ass rationalization for disappointing the 10’s of thousands of fans that paid money to hear Minaj and others perform. If we simply keep it real, we realize that HOT 97 and the entire Rosenberg hype forces us to arrive at an honest resolve that Rosenberg has no place in any serious discussion about Hip-Hop or Black Music in general. It bothers me to see individuals from other ethnicities try to make a name for themselves on the backs of highly talented artist within the African-American community, the very same artist whose craft facilitates a platform for  assholes like a Peter Rosenberg to even exist. As an original follower of Hip-Hop from the days of Kurtis Blow, I will admit that Minaj’s style deviates from traditional Hip-Hop, but so has every other rap artist’ music in the post rap pioneer era within the entire music genre. Nicki Minaj is talented and just happens to be the hottest artist in music right now. I didn’t say rap music, I said music, and such a personality deserves the respect that a music artist of her caliber is due. Moreover, not only did Peter Rosenberg disrespect a music icon, but he also disrespected a black woman, and I personally do not appreciate a white dude thinking that he has rose to such stature which would allow him to get away with it. Fuck Peter Rosenberg, and if HOT 97 had courage, they would fire his dumb ass. Your not funny Rosenberg and I will excuse myself from listening to HOT 97 until your ass is no longer employed there. For the record since we are talking about real shit, real Jews don’t listen to rap music or go to Rap Concerts.  Free Palestine mother fucker. Sit your fake ass down some where . Keep it real!

 

 

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The highly anticipated Summer Jam Concert hit a snag over the weekend when HOT 97 Disc Jockey Peter Rosenberg got on the microphone and made a reference to “real Hip-Hop”, while completely disrespecting Nicki Minaj with a remark about her “Star  Ship” recording. The comment which implied that Minaj wasn’t a true Hip-hop artist wasn’t received well by the Hottest Pop Artist in the business. Rap recording artist Lil’ Wayne made the decision to pull Minaj and the entire YMCMB crew from the event which sent shock waves around New York City where the venue premiered. Listeners have had mixed reactions to Minaj not performing. Minaj called DJ Funk Master Flexed and offered her personal perspective on why she didn’t perform. Flex also seemingly co-signed Rosenberg’s comments making an inference about Minaj not “touching down in Jersey”. However, personalities, industry figures, and fans alike felt that the Rosenberg comment was completely uncalled for. Let’s face it, if Rosenberg, Flex, and who ever else didn’t feel that Minaj was a true Hip-Hot Artist, they all should have had the professional astuteness and wisdom to realize that during the concert wasn’t exactly the ideal time to vent such a subject perspective. Also, the Rosenberg comment referencing Minaj disrespected Young Money, and just about every Hip-Hop artist who has done work with Minaj. Was Rosenberg saying that Lil’ Wayne and others aren’t real Hip-Hop Artist? In fact, who in the hell is this guy? Last time I checked Peter Rosenberg was a white Jew boy from Maryland trying to blend in and be down with black people. I mean, who really takes this guy serious? Before I even get into how awkward it looks for a wannabe black Jew  to even be on a stage at a Hip-Hop Concert, I’ll simply address how unprofessional he actually looked, and the effect it will most certainly impact the HOT 97 Radio Station. Some how Rosenberg forgot that he was a Radio Personality, a Professional, and whether he thought dissing Minaj would further embellish his “street cred” or not, Minaj was a featured artist for the concert that his employer was promoting. Does Rosenberg have that much juice at HOT 97? His comment was stupid, personal, counter productive, disrupted the business at hand, and he should have realized that  it was inappropriate during the venue. Now he has been reduced to whining like a fucking little bitch during his broadcast airtime, trying to justify his bonehead debacle, and continuously defending his weak ass rationalization for disappointing the 10’s of thousands of fans that paid money to hear Minaj and others perform. If we simply keep it real, we realize that HOT 97 and the entire Rosenberg hype forces us to arrive at an honest resolve that Rosenberg has no place in any serious discussion about Hip-Hop or Black Music in general. It bothers me to see individuals from other ethnicities try to make a name for themselves on the backs of highly talented artist within the African-American community, the very same artist whose craft facilitates a platform for  assholes like a Peter Rosenberg to even exist. As an original follower of Hip-Hop from the days of Kurtis Blow, I will admit that Minaj’s style deviates from traditional Hip-Hop, but so has every other rap artist’ music in the post rap pioneer era within the entire music genre. Nicki Minaj is talented and just happens to be the hottest artist in music right now. I didn’t say rap music, I said music, and such a personality deserves the respect that a music artist of her caliber is due. Moreover, not only did Peter Rosenberg disrespect a music icon, but he also disrespected a black woman, and I personally do not appreciate a white dude thinking that he has rose to such stature which would allow him to get away with it. Fuck Peter Rosenberg, and if HOT 97 had courage, they would fire his dumb ass. Your not funny Rosenberg and I will excuse myself from listening to HOT 97 until your ass is no longer employed there. For the record since we are talking about real shit, real Jews don’t listen to rap music or go to Rap Concerts.  Free Palestine mother fucker. Sit your fake ass down some where . Keep it real!

 

 

The People’s Champion

I’m David Adams

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. A recognized Journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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