Rich Gang’s Rich Homie Quan has put an end to the controversy surrounding him following alleged leaked rape lyrics off his “Made It Questionable” song.
Quan acknowledged his open apology and confirmed the lyrics were never meant to go public.
“That was blown out of proportion, man,” he says. “If you listen, it’s just good music. It wasn’t even supposed to leave the studio. It was a studio leak, so I apologized for it. It ain’t what I’m onto.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Earlier this month, Quan apologized for the record reaching the masses and affirmed his stance against rape.
A snippet of Quan spilling out the shocking lines surfaced last week.
“I don’t want your h*e, just want that cookie from her/She tried to resist so I took it from her/How you gonna tell me no/You must not know who I am/Even if I’m on the road I see what’s goin’ on cause you know I got cameras/ I don’t know no questions but I know the answers/I throw these black fists just like a panther” (“I Made It Questionable”)
According to reports, the song was part of a recently released Rich Gang package.
A degree of self-awareness kept the song under wraps until now, but we wish Quan would have had the presence of mind not to say this shit in the first place. The full song leaked back in December but has resurfaced due to a new packaging of unreleased songs from Quan, Young Thug, and Birdman. (Complex)