Rapper GloRilla has a rapidly growing fanbase of both genders. Fans are debating on Twitter whether or not it is a double standard for men to prefer to listen to her music over other female rappers.
Memphis rapper GloRilla has had a productive year with her hit debut single “F.N.F.” going viral and dropping her debut EP Anyway’s, Life Great. A debate that has sparked is whether or not men have a double standard when listening to the “Tomorrow” artist and other female rappers.
One tweet says male listeners call GloRilla a “unisex” rapper because of her deep voice and perceive her as masculine. The user also claims men “really hate women” for not liking Megan Thee Stallion, Flo Milli, Latto, and others who rap about similar topics as GloRilla.
In another comment, a fan disagreed with the original tweet, saying disliking female rap does not equate to hating women. A user chimed in and said she’s surprised guys like GloRilla’s music just as much as women.
Most of the quoted tweets from men did not agree with the original tweet. Still, one, in particular, mentioned that rap legend Nas cosigned her on his album Kings Disease 3 and that most of the hate GloRilla receives is from men, not women.
Memphis rapper GloRilla just dropped her debut EP, Anyway’s, Life’s Great, and has just been added to the new Audiomack #UpNow playlist. Audiomack has 20 million monthly listeners.
Songs that are included in the playlist include GloRilla’s “F.N.F.” and her “Tomorrow 2” with Cardi B.