Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by Alarm Clock, Jun 23, 2013.
He raps like he work for the f(eds)lag.
He straight hoover music.
Not just that silly vid, but in "Karate Chop," Weezy says he gonna “pop a pill” then “beat that p-ssy like Emmett Till. Which leads one to wonder: Was lil Wayne a crack baby?
Sad to see that parents would have their children within 50 feet of that "Stephen" negro!
For those who don't know the enormity of the disgrace, the horror this sleep-walking fool decided was fit to put into his stupid rap, this is the Emmit Till he wants to "beat that p-ssy like...":
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Emmett Till Story
Emmett Till Funeral
Emmett Till Open Casket
This is the picture of Emmit Till, the 14 year old boy who was the spark for the Civil Rights Movement BEFORE Mississippi racists "beat" him to non-recognition in death.
I think he know what he does is going to get attention, and he knows his fan base isn't going anywhere. I wonder what was the ratio of young outrage vs the older generation's outrage?
That's his fan base, they can't teach them what is ignorance when they don't know themselves. My kids know I better not catch any of that main steam ignorant ish on their ipods or video library. Yeah, I also check the history. I'm their parent, not their friend.
What do you mean by that? That the "young" don't know about Emmit Till and older folk do? Considering what Black History is NOT being taught in school, you might be right.
I say this because I had to teach my kids. I ask their friends, and they don't know. I even ask grown folks in their 20's and early 30's and they don't know. I use to ask blacks a certain question but I stopped, I got tired of seeing them struggle for the answer and embarrassing themselves. The question I use to ask is :"what year did MLK and Kennedy help free the slaves"? I got tired of them saying "wasn't that in the 60's"...or something along that line. If you want to see it in action, try it out.
I got the question from my oldest son's school. It was black history month and they put the art up of all the kids. I had to go up to the school because I had my son do his on X. (It was a predominately white school) As I walked thru the hall, I saw this nice big poster that lil becky had made that said, "MLK and Kennedy helped each other in freeing the slaves".
I told the principle how is that teacher going to tell my son what he can't do in terms of his race, when she doesn't even know about his race. I blamed her because she should not have let that erroneous poster go up for black kids to see and be misled, so that ended that.
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