lkc: It was the same for a lot of beastie boys fans. It was safe, you could say "I like the rap, I like the beastie boys", and nod along to the pop hits, and rap along with the shallow lyrics, without caring about the culture, the music, the politics, the anger, or anything in-between (this is not a bag on the beasties they were light years ahead of these guys in the early 80s.
Can I ask a question, am I making someone money when I click on this Youtube shit with commercials?
Thing is, being a girl who looks and acts like she does on the internet normally makes her a target of that subculture, or at least a good chunk of it. She knows this and plays with it.
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