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Lauryn Hill Under Scrutiny For ‘Neurotic Society’ Lyrics: “Drag Queens and Girl Men”

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Lauryn Hill’s new track, “Neurotic Society,” has gained major buzz within the gay and lesbian communities after the singer refers to “drag queens,” girl men,” and “social transvestism” as being part of a “joke time, metaphorical time.”

Hill’s single takes aim at an ill society, communism, and psychology and anxiety, but it’s the alleged anti-gay undertones that have drawn the most attention.

In a critical column written by BET’s Monica Miller, Hill “might not extend her concerns to gay and lesbian communities,” Miller wrote.

“Whether or not Hill is merely using these comments as examples of the smokescreens and sleight-of-hands that pervade this “Neurotic Society” is unclear. Beyond intention, these sorts of statements suggest that society is in a shambles because it’s been taking too many cues from the LGBTQ community, acting like “girl men,” “drag queens” and “transvestites.” Is her beef with oppressive society or is her issue with people who don’t abide by a traditional family structure,” Monica added.

The day Hill released the single, the 38-year-old posted this statement on her Tumblr account: “In light of Wednesday’s tragic loss (of former label mate Chris Kelly), I am even more pressed to YELL this to a multitude that may not understand the cost of allowing today’s unhealthy paradigms to remain unchecked!”

HipHollywood reached out to GLAAD, but they did not comment.

What do you think of Lauryn’s “Neurotic Society?”

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Jill Scott’s Drunken Disaster NOT The Result Of Divorce Drama … So She Says.

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Jill Scott is blaming it on the alcohol … not her divorce.

Jilly from Philly had one drink (or several) too many and decided to document her mood for all to see on social media. By the looks of it, she instantly regretted it.

Scott snatched the video down within hours of posting it, but that was still long enough for fans to reach out to the songstress with cries of concern in her comment section. Jill, who recently filed for divorce from her second husband, Mike Dobson, seemed to be crying in the beginning of the video … then laughing hysterically by the end. And, of course, her tribe of supporters took notice.

Unfortunately, Scott wasn’t here for the sympathy. Instead she clapped back at those insinuating she was drowning her divorce tears in a bottle of Henny. In an IG post captioned, “Real Talk. Good Night,” Jill explained that all y’all need to chill and not everything is about her ex.

So, do you believe her? Jill and Mike were married just 15 months before Scott filed for divorce citing “inappropriate marital conduct.” Dobson then went on a media tour shading the Neo-soul singer calling her controlling and evil.

Look, Jill, if you are hitting the bottle to hide your pain we won’t blame you. Even if it is “out of your mind” we’re sure it’s still stressful and that’s ok. On the other hand, if you were justing getting super lit on a Saturday, then more power to you!

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