The Fader recently published a conversation between Vince Staples and Mac Miller who recently Stolen Youth collaborators concerning White rappers. They don't hold back. Read excerpts from Mac Miller and Vince Staple\u2019s exchange below and the entire article at thefader.com. Mac Miller: There\u2019s always been a bunch of white rappers in the super-underground scene \u2013 cult sh*t, like Atmosphere. I never listened to any of it, but there was a lot of white people like, \u201cI love white rappers because I can identify with them.\u201d The reason white rappers can do what they do is because white people be hoorah-ing the sh*t. It\u2019s like when there are white people on an NBA team. Vince Staples: White people definitely root for white people. \u2013 Staples: I ain\u2019t really f*ck with Eminem at first. I saw \u201cPurple Pills,\u201dand I was like, \u201cWhat the f*ck is these n*ggas doin\u2019?\u201d But I didn\u2019t really care about rapping. I was trying to hear some Ja Rule, like, \u201cN*gga, where Ashanti at? Don\u2019t nobody wanna hear you rappin\u2019 about your momma.\u201d That\u2019s how I was feeling in my younger days. Eminem was too aggressive for me. Miller: Now it\u2019s evolved to where you have different types of white rappers. You have a RiFF RAFF, and an Action Bronson, and me, who are all completely different. Earlier, white rappers were just on the super storytelling, very poetic. \u2013 Miller: I remember touring and doing shows, and I was the first rap show ever in all these colleges. Six thousand kids, and I\u2019m the first hip-hop show because I\u2019m white-college-friendly. That was always a demon for me. It was hard to sit here and know that, because I was a white dude, I was able to sell easier and be more marketable. That wasn\u2019t tight to me. I wanted to go through the same sh*t that everyone else did. But I did that sh*t, and that sh*t was huge for me. Staples: Maybe you\u2019re not the problem. Maybe the problem is that black people don\u2019t support each other and don\u2019t f*ck with each other as much as they should. Maybe Hispanic people don\u2019t f*ck with each other and support each other as much as they should. You\u2019re not the problem. White people got the right idea: the first thought, the first action, is to be a supporter. \u2013 Staples: White people loved MC Hammer, though. \u201cCan\u2019t Touch This.\u201d Let\u2019s dance, we\u2019re not killing nobody. White people love Michael Jackson. And they love him to this day. Miller: I might make a song like \u201cThrift Shop.\u201d This is a thing that me and Vince agree on, that none of our other friends do. Me and Vince and Q. Staples: Q, yeah. I was about to say: Q ready to get that check. I make music at the end of the day. I ain\u2019t worried about sticking to hip-hop. Y\u2019all gotta stop worrying about the race sh*t. It\u2019s more important sh*t out there. Ja Rule got a show on MTV, let\u2019s talk about that.