Vince Staples Launches $2 Million "Get Off My D-ck" GoFundMe Campaign

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Vince Staples brought a lot of hate and heat on himself when he stated that the 90's era of Hip-Hop (which many consider the golden era) was overrated.

Rapper Vince Staples has responded to online complaints about some of his recent shows by launching a crowdfunding campaign to pay for his early retirement. The beat is subtle and gentle in places and his rap is one of his more melodic. The fund was not only a hilarious way to seemingly clap back at those who have been fervently criticizing him lately, but the GoFundMe page was the catalyst for an upcoming track by the Long Beach, Calif. native.

In the video for his GoFundMe, he sassed critics with his signature sarcasm, telling viewers they could "donate to the cause of $2 million dollars, which will allow me to shut the f*ck up forever and you will never hear from me again".

He goes on: "We would like to give you an alternative".

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Should Vince reach his goal, he's agreed to the following: buy a Honda, get a year's supply of soups "for the homies locked down", buy a puppy, and move to Palmdale, Calif. He said either, "Get off of my dick, or fund my lifestyle".

The rapper released his second album "Big Fish Theory" to critical acclaim previous year.

The message was simple: either shut up or raise $2 million to get him to shut up forever.