Erykah Badu Shares Her Reaction To OutKast's 'Ms. Jackson'


(Radio.com) On this week's Rap Radar podcast on the Play.It Podcast Network, Elliott Wilson and Brian 'B.Dot" Miller on Rap Radar spoke to Erykah Badu about her ex- Andre 3000 and young artists including D.R.A.M.

Andre 3000 famously addressed his relationship with Badu in OutKast's "Ms. Jackson," which was written as an apology after their breakup, and more specifically about her mother. As an artist herself, she always respected the creativity in the song and especially from Andre who was a pioneer in southern hip-hop.

"It hit kind of a sore spot," she explained. 'I didn't wanna hear that, especially when I heard Big Boi's verse. When I heard Andre's verse, I felt very good because his verse was really, really inspiring' he just said how he felt and it was his honest feelings and I always respected that and listened to what he felt and appreciated it. I liked it but how did my momma feel? She bought her a Ms. Jackson license plate, she had the mug, she had the ink pen, the headband, everything, that's who loved it." Read more here.

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