Slayyyter - Troubled Paradise | Page 103 | The Popjustice Forum

Slayyyter - Troubled Paradise

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Inland Empire, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. Azealia always makes a point or two. It's just usually hidden in some kind of bitter/jealous/fatphobic/transphobic/homophobic/etc. tirade. She's definitely not someone I would boast as an unproblematic alternative, though ddd.

    Stan Tinashe!
     
  2. Reading some of the posts made by POC in this thread, voicing their disappointment at yet another white (female) pop star being problematic, has been a bit sobering this morning. Like with the Camila situation, it's not my place to tell whether her apology is genuine/good enough ... but when an apology fails to address the people you've actually hurt, it probably isn't.

    I really liked Slayyyter's album, but at the same time I feel like nothing of value was lost. I'm also ... not surprised at all, for some reason. Lemme replace her album in my playlist with someone else.
     
  3. I'm glad I never broke the budget with her vinyl. I'll throw my student loan coins at Tinashe when it comes in ddd.
     
  4. Just unliked and unsaved every part of her discography along with Kim Petras on Spotify. BlockeT.
     
  5. Girls I need help. I just heard 2003 for the first time and I’m obsessed but I refuse to listen/stream. Who/what’s a good alternative? I’ve added Liz, Hana, Hannah Diamond, and Caroline Polachek to my rotation but I need something grimier. Mortal Kombat/The Prodigy teas.
     


  6. I'm kidding. Kind of.
     

  7. Enjoy xx
     
  8. This is incredible wow 2003 literally found murdered
     
    Jersey likes this.
  9. Wait... are you new to Ayesha? JUST WAIT.
     
    flowersandu, beekeeper and elektroxx like this.
  10. Nadia Oh (despite the odd problematic tweet ddd) basically did the whole Slayyyter thing better than her before anyone knew who she was.
     
  11. Y’all might as well stick with Slayyyter if Ayesha is going to be your “unproblematic” alternative nn
     
  12. Wait what did Ayesha do?
     
  13. Ddd no I know her I just somehow missed this amazing track
     
  14. Well not only is she cut from the same cloth all these white Y2K girls are, therefore she undoubtedly shares the same edgy early 2000s “humor” as they all do, but sis literally sings about drugging and raping someone in one of her songs. As I said back when Robokid was called out for his inappropriate behavior/allegedly assaulting someone, all these people are problematic – it’s really up to you to pick your poison.
     
    joe_alouder, Rem, Subspace88 and 10 others like this.
  15. Everyone needs an electric chair at this point.
     
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2019
  16. I see your point. It sucks that we basically have to play a game of Minesweeper when it comes to the internet pop artists. Having to assume everyone is guilty until proven innocent is bleak.
     
  17. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    I mean, most people will excuse their own behavior as long as they have 1-2 friends that'll cape for them. It's fucking gross but so many people, especially since I've moved to NYC, really lack what I would call a worthy moral compass. Coke, (date) rape, assault, all types of harassment... I've seen so much shittiness and people just accept it. I've learned that people are just narcissistic self-absorbed pieces of shit unless they demonstrate otherwise. At this point nothing surprises me.
     
    joe_alouder, Rem, Subspace88 and 17 others like this.
  18. This whole Slayyyter time made me bothered by the whole Y2K sound. I need some time off before I can listen to LIZ and some other acts again
     
    lushLuck likes this.
  19. Mr.Arroz

    Mr.Arroz Staff Member

    they finally processed my request

    [​IMG]
     
    joe_alouder, Trinu 3.0, Rem and 18 others like this.
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.