Rich Chigga, starting with “Living the Dream,” then following up with “ Back At It” seven months later. And as Rich Chigga, he’s received as much criticism as praise. People on Twitter and around the internet have called him out for his racially insensitive name, and his use of the N-word. Others accused him of cultural appropriation.
Indeed, Chigga has emerged in 2016 as a global internet sensation, a fanny pack-wearing, pink polo-rocking savage, and the face of Asian hip-hop. Tory Lanez, Ghostface Killah, and Cam’ron are fans of his remorseless baritone delivery and barbaric wit No it isn’t. It’s still a very underground thing but recently it’s definitely been growing, my friends and my family haven’t gave me anything but support,” Back At It“
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