Black People : Nelly's Pimp Juice goes to AFRICA

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  1. silent-ra

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    Thanks Nelly for exporting and reinforcing urban stereotypes of Black men being pimps. :censored:

    Is the South African distribution company Black owned or white?

    South Africa has much more pressing health issues than being offered some toxic, sugar-laced 'energy drink'.

    Not a diplomatic gesture to our relatives in South Africa in my opinion. This is certainly a waste of time, money and resources for Nelly and the South African people.

    This is exactly why I don't care for most Hip Hoppers today. Most are not conscious. Too many are negative. Today it's all about greed, consumerism and self-destruction. I don't know... maybe it's a generational thing. I'm in my mid-thirties. I see things differently now. Back in my day KRS One, Tribe and Public Enemy would never advocate such nonsense.


    "Now your pimp juice is anything, attract the opposite sex. It could be money, fame, or straight intellect It don't matter! B****** got the pimp juice too Come to think about it dirty, they got more than we do They got mo'...juice in they talk, got mo' juice in they walk They got mo'...juice in they pants."

    Nelly
     
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    South Africa of all places? Perfect tool to detract much needed social reconstruction down there. SMH. Nelly should have pondered whether this "business venture" will aide in the eliminating some of the strife. What's beyond me is the greed of the wealthy at their own people's expense.

    Peace
     
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    the continuous

    breakdown of the BLACK MALE MIND

    wow

    instead of thinking of something positive

    this is what they came up with?


    tsk tsk tsk
     
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    Do you think an aspiring conscious rapper/hip-hopper would stand a chance in the industry in light of the bubble gum machine (c)rap we hear on the airwaves, nowdays. My appetite for hip-hop/rap died out with Pete Rock & CL Smooth.
     
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    Da Street So'ja Banned MEMBER

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    Happy B-day Spice


    CL smooth yea i feel ya

    dang you taking it back

    yea it's sad what they done with a great art form

    i'm forever ingrained to Furious Five, Kurtis Blow, T La Rock

    peace Spice enjoy your day
     
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    Yeah, they ripped that tune "When They Reminisce Over You"; which pretty much foretold how we'd wind up reminiscing on the good old days of meaningful, conscious rap. It's ironic how some rappers foretell their fate:?:

    I will, and you do the same:spinstar:
     
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