*EUR was on the scene at the Microsoft Theater for the 2015 MTV VMAs, where T-Pain, Vic Mensa, and Kel Mitchell told us their definitions of feminism.
Also … Charlamagne Tha God shared his thoughts on the Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, and Miley Cyrus Twitter trifecta.
EUR: A lot of ladies nominated this year have great women empowerment messages. How do you define feminism?
T-Pain: It depends on which kind of feminism you are talking about. There’s two different kinds…There is the sensible equal kind or the screaming yelling, cut a dudes d*ck off kind. The sensible one, means a lot to me. I’m so into everybody being treated equally, that has always been my thing!
Vic Mensa: Feminism is necessary. I don’t even feel like there should be an opposite or a delegation. Respect for women on that degree should be understood and expected.
Kel Mitchell: You know I’m all about the ladies being strong, being positive, and doing what they need to do. I’m all about that! Go out there and make it happen. I’m all about love, so we got to love one another and take away the hate.
EUR: What is your opinion on the Nicki/Taylor/Miley tweet battle?
Charlamagne Tha God: They just need to keep everybody away from each other. They’re superstars, they’re not going to do anything stupid. It’s not like they’re going to see each other and get into a shoving match or anything like that. I’d think it’d be dope if you saw them come together, in some shape or form.
EUR: Do you think Nicki will pull Taylor or Miley on stage during her opening performance?
Charlamagne Tha God: That would be dope, as long as it’s not the other way around. Because remember when Taylor tweeted, ‘you are welcome to any stage I’m on.’ I don’t want Nicki to bow down to that. If she does it, that would be dope.
EUR: Why don’t you want Nicki to bow down?
Charlamagne Tha God: Because I don’t want her to. She’s a black woman, she’s got her own thrown. She don’t got to bow down to Taylor Swift, for what.
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