Adams spoke about the issue on Friday, stating that he had only recently become aware of “drill rapping” and pushed for social media companies to step up censorship. “You have a civic and corporate responsibility,” he told them.
He added, “We pulled Trump off Twitter because of what he was spewing. Yet we are allowing music [with] displaying of guns, violence. We allow this to stay on the sites.”
HOT 97 notes that Adams announced a planned discussion with “very top-known rappers” regarding the matter, but he did not indicate when that discussion would take place.