Once again, Rich Homie Quan has apologized for rapping about raping women after a second song with questionable lyrics leaked earlier this month. In the apology, which was part of an interview with Billboard, Quan again says that he does not condone or promote rape, and that the song was recorded in 2012 when he had no guidance in his life.
I do not condone or promote rape. I'm not a rapist. That song was recorded in December 2012. I was young and just rapping. At the time, I had no guidance in my life. I blame it on that. So I apologize once more to my fans.
Of course, this is Quan's second apology of this nature, with the prior coming via a statement after the first song leaked where Quan rapped about rape. In a recent Breakfast Club interview, Quan stated that he was young at the time the first song was recorded and that he didn't intend for it to be out. In his latest apology, he drops the blame from the people leaking the songs, and shifted it to what he called a lack of guidance. Quan's full interview with Billboard can be read here.