(Editor's Note: Though largely unchallenged by the reporting media, Kreayshawn's night-of-VMA seemingly drunken typo-filled Tumblr rant about the age-inappropriateness of her self-produced photos remains completely unsubstantiated.)
Self-styled rapper and social commentator, Kreayshawn, has made one thing perfectly clear: she doesn’t give a fuck about haters.
If you’re not into her, she’s not into you. Which is probably why a girl who is a mediocre, at best, rapper, could become a reasonably successful rap artist in the first place. Haters love to hate, and will do so until the end of time (or until people stop making whack records and doing whack things, which will be never). And because of all these haters, and the digital age posse that glom onto all things negative online, Kreayshawn will continue to exist as a public figure for the foreseeable future.
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