People have been retweeting these images, asking Maco about his statements that have now been deleted, to which he states he was “trolling” when his account was new, possibly for traffic purposes.
Trolling is defined as “to make a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them.” I think he achieved his goal with this idea in mind.
My question is, do you really want to get on the bad side of a black woman? Particularly those who are fans ofBeyoncé? The Bey Hive is a scary place. I have my apprehensions about her and Jay-Z’s marriage, as I’ve recently mentioned on The Femme Spot and it really takes a special type of person to listen to that and not want to strangle me for questioning The Queen B.
If he hates black women, for the purpose of trolling or not, I think by association he hates himself. Because there’s a very slim chance he is not descended from the loins of a black woman. This is extremely disrespectful and nonsensical as a response because the fact of the matter is the easiest way to make something popular is to put it in the favor of young women and black people (hence: Victoria’s Secret PINK, twitter, vine, twerking, long acrylic nails, daishikis, the list goes on).
I personally hate trolls, because it’s a category exclusively for people who find enjoyment through thoroughly pissing off other people. That’s a waste of time and energy on everyone’s part. It’s also hard to control yourself when someone is specifically out to push your buttons. People who don’t entertain trolls are truly blessed with the divine virtue of patience on levels I’m not capable of achieving at this point in my lifetime.
I’ve never heard of OG Maco before this, but apparently he’s on the same label of the former manager ofJuicy J and Gucci Mane. He also recently performed in Brooklyn at Diplo‘s festival brain-child, Mad Decent Block Party, and did an interview with Hot 97, where he talks about his “twitter rants” and music.