Post Malone has heard all the criticisms.
He’s a white “culture vulture,” as he put it, cynically appropriating African American culture. He’s received more attention than his meager talent deserves. He’s a rich kid whose parents essentially paid his way into music.
“There’s a thing that says they bought 50,000 of my songs on iTunes,” said the young singer and rapper best known for his spacey hit single “White Iverson.”
“My dad’s not a baller! I have no idea where he’d get the money for that.”
In spite of...