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Nearby, Afrika Bambaataa Asim (Kevin Donovan), leader of the Zulu Nation gang, threw his first party at the end of 1976. As noted by Krims (2000, 87), rap albums typically mix genres and so songs that contain misogynistic lyrics would have been left out of the analysis had we only sampled gangsta rap albums. Which is why Tupac notes that the end "this is why I wanted you to know why we call dem hoes b!tchez" they don't mean all women, just those who do nothing but try to sleep around for money.

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