Rapper Test Ease on toxic masculinity

From Channel 4's The Paddock

American rapper Lil' Test Ease addresses criticism that he's a misogynistic in this new Channel 4 video.

The outspoken hip-hop star complains that 'people get real sensitive' and 'liberals want everything their way' as he deflects criticism that he's espousing toxic masculinity.

In fact, he says, he's basically a feminist, explaining: 'When I see a bitch form an opinion and she's struggling and she's struggling, I help her form it,'

And the rapper – who bears some resemblance to comic Kemah Bob with a painted-on beard – ends the clip with a track dedicated to 'my president, my country, and all the fine bitches in it'.

Published: 3 Feb 2020

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