JT Talks About Being Drawn As An ‘Angry Black Girl’ Online

JT opened up in a recent conversation with Angie Martinez, and she expressed her feelings as if the internet had latched onto the story that she was an “angry black girl.”

This city girl absolutely wants to be herself

The City Girls rapper talked about this topic on the latest episode of Angie Martinez IRL Podcast. After looking back on her childhood and journey to where she is today, she goes on to offer some reflective advice for others trying to get into the rap game.

“Not many people can do this, so you need to come, you do what you need to do and you need to try as hard as you can. You cannot think about outside opinions.

Regarding this last part about not minding “outside opinions,” JT shared that she personally struggles with this aspect of popularity.

“That’s my problem. I let things go to my ears because I think they’re right for whatever reason.”

However, JT shared that she now fully accepts being herself “without regret” while passionate about her music. Stage!

“I feel like that’s where I am right now. Just get started, bring people what I am here — music — and be who I am without regret.

JT Admits ‘Angry Black Girl’ Story

As she continued to focus on the point about doing her ladder unrepentantly, JT rebutted the notion that she should just “shut up” online.

“Why should I be silent? Why should I like my life like that?”

For context, anyone who follows JT on Twitter will know that she’s not afraid to respond to online criticism.

While some may find her antics polarizing, JT says her critics “don’t even know [her].” Additionally, she goes as far as to state that the internet has run on the idea that JT is an “angry black girl” who “always has an attitude”.

“The internet painted me as an angry black girl. Like, ‘She’s always angry. She always has an attitude’…That really bothers me because it’s like, you don’t even know me.

She went on to point out that, even though she “can defend herself” or simply joke around online, she is somehow always seen as the “angry person” at the end of the day. .

“I can joke, I can just say, I can have an opinion, I can defend myself and I am the angry one. I am the rude one.”

You can watch a clip from the interview below.

Thank you to JT as she continues to steer her career and execute her success unrepentantly! Also, we had to give her flowers for pushing back the narrative of being an “angry Negro girl.”

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