In part two of her exclusive interview with Snobette, Hot 97 and Improper Etiquette host Laura Stylez chopped it up over some of the biggest controversies in music thus far in 2016, starting with the release of Beyoncé‘s Lemonade album in April, and the debates generated by “Sorry” and its infamous “Becky with the good hair” lyrics.
She then took on ASAP Rocky‘s unwillingness in July to provide enthusiastic support of Black Lives Matters, and in the same month, Kim Kardashian revealing on Snapchat the conversation that occurred between Kanye West and Taylor Swift over the song “Famous.”
She also provided feedback on Lil Yachty‘s much-discussed interview in June with her co-hosts, Ebro Darden and Peter Rosenberg, and the perception that the Hot 97 morning team is not impressed by the rap music being made by the newest generation of rappers.
Stylez went on to tackle the social media firestorm created by a one-off comment from Ebro in August, implying Drake had issues with Eminem, a statement that led to a blow up between Hot 97, Ebro, Drake and Complex magazine. The run down of controversies ends with her views on Chris Brown‘s run in with a SWAT team at his home in Los Angeles in late August.
Check out the interview below, along with part one.