“The thing is, the world is so much better now,” said the former rapper, who has been vocal about being discriminated against by his former employer, Universal Music Group (UMG).
“You see a woman in the office or a man in the gym, you know, the environment is a lot better.”
It comes after an industry source told Variety that while it was a tough call to say “bitch” to bosses, he had a hard time doing it.
“If I was in my mid-20s, I would say something like, ‘You know, I’m not going to get along with you, but if you ever get a chance to be a boss, you’ll get a job’,” he said.
“But as an actor, as a rapper, I think that’s kind of a step back.”
When asked about the backlash to his comments, Willer said: “I think it’s pretty funny, but I don’t know how you can say it in a positive way.”
The former rapper was a fixture on the US hip hop scene, appearing on songs by Kanye West, J Cole, and Drake.
He was also a frequent guest on Kanye West’s Oxygen show.
The rapper previously stated that the music industry was “a big white thing”, adding that the issue was more important than race.
“We are not fighting about race, we are fighting about culture, we have to be careful with the word race,” he said in an interview with Billboard in 2016.
“The word is race, because the way it is used by white people is white people are trying to define what race is.
It’s not a race issue.
It is the culture issue.
If you look at rap music today, it is about white people, white people defining what race means.
We have to define our culture as well.
It doesn’t matter what race it is.”
Willer has been a vocal critic of the entertainment industry and recently took to Instagram to share his frustration with his former boss.
“I feel like they [UMG] just went back to their old ways,” he wrote.
“Like they used to be like, you can’t say this or that, you just have to say it, because it’s the way we are.”
In April, he told Billboard that he was “tired of being used” and he was taking his “time to make something that’s mine”.
“When I’m working with a producer, I make the music, and then when they’re on tour, I go in and produce,” he added.
I’m a musician, I’ve got a baby and I’m going to be at the crib when they go on tour. “
It’s like this little circle where I can’t do my business.
They just can’t tour.” “
And then they’re not coming back until next summer.
They just can’t tour.”
Will willer, a rapper with the label MCA, is set to appear in a music video for the song “Lucky”.
The clip, titled ‘Lucky,” was directed by rapper Will Williams and was released in June.
The video was produced by producer Riff Raff.
It was produced for Will’s MCA label, MCA Records, which will release the video on June 15.
Will’s latest album, I Will, has been released in April and was described by Billboard as “a return to form”.
Will will also be featured in a documentary film, which he said will be about the culture he grew up in. “
LUCKY” will be released on June 1.
Will will also be featured in a documentary film, which he said will be about the culture he grew up in.
“This is about how the music world changed,” he told the publication.
“When we were kids, we used to just go to the mall and go and buy whatever we wanted to buy, and buy anything we wanted, but it was the hip-hop culture that started to grow up in the suburbs of Chicago.”
He also addressed his comments on race and diversity in America, telling the publication that he would be “honored” to speak about his experiences in the US.
“At the end of the day, this is all about what’s in my heart, and my mind, and everything I care about,” he explained.
“For me, the one thing that I care more about is my people, my culture, my city.
And that’s what I’m focused on.
And I think if we do everything that we can to support them, I hope we can do something that will make a difference.”
Willers’ latest album is the follow-up to 2015’s Good Boy, which featured the single “Bad Boy.”