ScHoolboy Q wants people to know he no longer wants White people to use the N-word at his concerts.

ScHoolboy Q Has Change of Heart About N-Word

ScHoolboy Q has had a change of heart when it comes to the N-word. On Sunday (Feb. 18), the Los Angeles rapper shared a photo of a 2017 book titled They Can't Kill Us Until They Kills Us authored by Hanif Abdurraqib. One of the book's chapters is titled "ScHoolboy Q Wants White People to Say the Word," and recounts a time when Q said White people were allowed to say the N-word at his shows because they paid for the show. The Top Dawg Ent. rapper feels differently these days.

"I was on drugs. No I don't," he captioned the screenshot along with a crying laughing emoji.

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Check out ScHoolboy Q's post revealing he's changed his mind about White people using the N-word at his concerts below.

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