Lady Leshurr believes female rappers are too often pitted against each other than praised equally.
Lady Leshurr believes female rappers are ''pitted against each other'' nowadays.
The 28-year-old rapper, who is currently heading up a new documentary as part of Channel 4's new Sound and Vision series 'Women of UK Rap', has claimed female rappers are not treated as equally as male artists, and it is only a female's sex appeal that determines their success.
Speaking to NME magazine, the 'Where are You Now?' hitmaker said: ''Whenever female rappers start to make a name for themselves people try to pit them against each other. It's never, 'She's really sick and that other girl's really sick', it's always, 'Do you think she's better than her?' People also like to boil it down to what they look like and sex appeal.''
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