There's no chances for a make up between this company and the rapper
Rap artists revel in the glory that is their album drop. It’s typically accompanied by lots of fan and critic anticipation as well as a big album release party to celebrate their newest rhymes. For those of us waiting on the edge of our seats, it can be an exciting time. Unfortunately, all the air has been released from Young Thug’s sail, as it concerns his latest album
Beautiful Thugger Girls. All because one major cosmetics brand has put a halt to the excitement, leaving the young rapper to do some serious making up with his female fans.
Beautiful Thugger Girls
CoverGirl is reportedly clamping down on this millenial rapper regarding the release of his newest piece of work Beautiful Thugger Girls. The album, which was previously called Easy Breezy Beautiful Thugger Girls, has prompted the iconic beauty brand to issue a statement against the rapper and his music. There was nothing pretty about what they had to say.
Straight Faced And Poised
A representative of the powerhouse brand made the following statement in regards to any association they might have been rumored to have with the testy lyricist and his rhymes:
“CoverGirl was not contacted by Young Thug or any parties regarding his original album title. The album is not aligned with our values at CoverGirl. Violence and abuse are unacceptable behaviors. We do not support the use or association of our iconic slogan, ‘Easy, Breezy, Beautiful, CoverGirl ‘ with Young Thug’s video, album or promotional materials.”
Put a little make up on it
You might have noticed that the album, which dropped last week, has since cut the notable slogan from it’s title. While most would think he’s done due diligence to quiet any controversy surrounding the highly anticipated tracks, we wonder how many of his female fans will side with CoverGirl when it comes to the content of his music.