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Topic Started: May 3 2018, 11:55 AM (1,458 Views)
Marcus
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In the 1960's black music was used to uplift black people, with songs like Say It Loud I'm Black and I'm Proud. During that time black music artist showed the world positive images of black people.

During that time black music was clean, and none of the black music artist degraded black people in their songs.

In the 1960's black music artist called black people BROTHERS and SISTERS in their songs.

But during that time there were no such thing as rap music, it had not been created. During that time we had R&B, Soul music, Jazz and other forms of music.

But now today you have so called rap music, and it has become and embarrassment and a disgrace to black people.

In the 1950's racist white people and the Ku Klux Klan called black people niggers, but today there are 1000's of rap songs that call black people niggers.

Today there are 1000's of rap songs that talks about killing black people, ( you can hear rap songs that say I will kill them niggers) never before has black people made so called music like that, that promote and glorify the killing of blacks.

Let's take a look at some more examples of how rap music is anti-black.

Recently in the news Rapper B.O.B said that there is no proof that the slave trade ever happened.

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Rapper Lil Wayne disrespected Emmett Till in one of his songs.

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Rap music executive Russell Simmons disrespected Harriet Tubman. He made a video showing her having sex with a white slave owner, and he said that it was funny to him.

(Black slave women didn't willing have sex with the white slave owners, they were RAPED and forced to have sex with them. That's something that Russell needs to understand.


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Rapper Nicki Minaj disrespected Malcolm X with one of her album covers. Conscious black people raised hell against her for disrespecting Malcolm X, and there were blacks that started a petition against her, and the outrage from blacks forced her to change her album cover and take Malcolm X picture off of there.

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Rapper Jay Z disrespected Civil Rights leader Harry Belafonte, he called him a boy

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Rapper Rick Ross just disrespected slain teen Trayvon Martin in one of his songs. He said that when he's shooting he don't miss his target like Trayvon Martin.

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Rapper Kanye West recently came out and said that slavery was a choice for black people.

Kanye West wearing a Confederate flag.


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Rapper Ludacris wearing a Confederate flag, you would never see Jewish people wearing Hitlers symbol.

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Rapper Snoop Dogg went to an award show with two black women on a dog chain, what message did that sent to people around the world that was watching that black guy walk around with two black women on a dog chain.

Before rap, black music artist NEVER disrespected black women, in their songs or any other kind of way.


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Today a lot of rappers now promote white women in their videos, they promote them as being something special, they put white women on a pedestal.

Today a lot of rap videos only have white women in there, are women that's so light they look white.


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There are a lot of rap songs like this, that talks about killing niggers.



Today black female rappers like Nicki Minaj and others disrespect black people in their songs. In the history of the world black women never made songs this negative. This is the song that she had a picture of Malcolm X on.

How are you going to make a song this negative and have Malcolm X picture on the album cover?




Rapper Lil Wayne said that he's not concerned about black people, he said that he's only concerned about himself. He said that if the police shoot a black person that doesn't have anything to do with him. In another interview he said that he doesn't see racism in America.

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Rapper Young Thug refused to speak out against the white police that shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri, he said that music artist shouldn't speak on social issues.



Young Thug disrespected black women working at the airport, he called them ANTS and he said that they have nappy hair.



Rapper saying that there's no proof that the slave trade happened https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/bob-says-theres-no-evidence-slave-trade-ever-happened-news.39096.html
Edited by Marcus, May 4 2018, 10:50 AM.
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U Thant
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I am really surprised at you, Marcus, for creating a very dishonest theme like the one for this thread.

Every since Rudy Ray Moore aka 'Dolemite' was rapping, in the late 1960's, negros have always used rap for the purpose of entertainment/storytelling about horrors of the ghetto life which White Racism exiled negros into once Liincoln ended Slavery.

Everything you complained about above, is a result of White people who control the music business. Not negros who rap.

Everything you complained about above, is a result of White people who control which types of music that Americans get to hear, when we turn on our computers and tv's and cellphones. Negros who rap, did not make those choices within corporate America.

I wish you should consider being more fair to that huge reality.


There are rappers out today who make beautiful, respectful songs which uplift Black people. But those songs are not allowed on satellite nor cable tv nor iTunes nor Spodify nor your tv nor your town's local hip hop radio station. But they still exist.

Why don't you consider experiencing the uplifting rap songs, sometimes? Then perhaps you can spread the word, to other Black people who are looking for rap songs about unity or praising Black people in a respectful way.

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Marcus
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Dolemite was not a singer or rapper, he was not making any songs. He was an ACTOR.

Rap songs have degraded black people in ways that nobody has seen before. That's the only form of so called music that talks about killing black people.
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Nat Turner
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Well said Marcus, now maybe blacks will wake up to negative rap.
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Rapper Ludacris made a song that said he feels like slapping a nigger. If a white person had made a song like that, what would be the reaction of black people?

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Edited by James, May 3 2018, 11:50 PM.
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Marcus you are right, black rappers disrespect black women and they promote white women as something special.

Snoop Dogg would never walk around with two white women on a chain, white people would never tolerate that from him or any other rapper.

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Rappers have been pushing this image for a while.

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