Lil Yachty on the Beatles, Drinking, Jail, McDonald’s – Rolling Stone

Lil Yachty opens up about his love for Coldplay and the Beatles, how getting arrested motivated him, why his “cello” line was overblown and more.

Source: Lil Yachty on the Beatles, Drinking, Jail, McDonald’s – Rolling Stone

Miles Parks McCollum (born August 23, 1997), better known by his stage name Lil Yachty, is an American rapper and singer composing American art HATEFULLY demeaning as well as denigrating American girls and women, aka the MATERNAL HALF of our population, as less than human *itches and “hoes” unworthy of basic human respect.

When I began reading Rolling Stone in the early 70s it was reporting on and sharing stories about African American musicians, singers and bands showing off their skills, talent and peacefulness composing music art admiring, adoring, praising wooing, lamenting, loving and respecting women and girls.

What the heck happened? Not to Rolling Stone publication, what happened to the peacefulness, as well as love that not too long ago virtually all American musicians and song writers of African descent were sharing with our world?

Someone PLEASE find the lost Love and return it where it belongs…to the minds of developing young children who grow up respecting their moms and women because mom respected and loved him or her during a critical period of human/childhood development!





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