Hip hop is one of the genres or rather platforms that have given trolling and cyberbullying fashion. In most cases in hip hop people express their opinions about others to get likes and retweets not putting into consideration feelings but simply feeding into their emotional satisfaction.
Others argue that when you get online you suppose to leave out your emotions and be strong enough to deal with all that’s happening online with your head. It rarely occurs to most that Cyber bullying and trolling can lead to depression and a low esteem leading to anti-social behaviours.
SA Hip hop fans weighed in on the topic raised by Cassper Nyovest on the effects of cyber bullying about how other people aren’t strong enough to deal with it and that it must be reduced by those who think it’s cool.
“Guys, yall don’t think this whole thing of just being mean to poeple on social media contributes to how some people feel about themselves and thier lives? I mean, not everyone is strong enough to hold thier head high in such an environment. We could try & tone down the savagery.” He tweeted.
Here’s how SA Hip Hop Fanatics Weigh In On Cyber-bullying &Trolling :