Monica Says Motherhood Keeps Her From Making Raunchy Music

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

R&B singer Monica made headlines months ago because of the controversial “trap queen” comments she made on stage, and after clarifying the comments in an interview, she wants to make it clear that being a role model is a priority for her.

Nowadays Monica is careful more than ever about her song lyrics and motherhood is her reason.

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  1. Let me get this sh-t straight. Monica, the same chick who thinks dating dope boys is some sh-t to be proud of only feels the need to give a sh-t about being a role model when it comes to her f-cking song lyrics? Does she not understand her kids will be more influenced by her real life sh-t than those songs she’s singing? Now this is the sh-t that annoys the f-ck out of me.

    1. Ms. Jackson get outta my head girl. I was reading this chit saying, well what about the dope dealing boyfriends and baby daddy? Do that not count or something? And glorifying being an OG “Trap Queen” to the world is that not influential? I think she needs to rethink what she said.

    2. Like I really respect women wanting to be role models and keep things clean but Monica we haven’t forgot about the whole Trap Queen debacle ma’am. Please have a seat.

  2. That’s cool but she has to be a role model in other ways too. Just several weeks ago she was bragging about being a trap queen back in the day. What kind of message is that sending young black men and young black women?

  3. She’s one of those…they swear singing about s-x is worse than glamorizing hood sh-t, you know the real sh-t that is killing black people.

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