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Rapper explains what would happen if he rapped about killing crackers
Topic Started: May 18 2018, 03:27 AM (308 Views)
DeShawn

This rapper from the UK is dropping some serious knowledge, his name is Akala.

There are a lot of rap songs that call black people niggers, a derogatory word that was created by racist whites.

There are a lot of rap song that talks about killing niggers.

This rapper said that if he made songs about killing crackers he would be called a racist.

He's also dropping some serious knowledge about slavery.



Also look at these interviews that he did, he's on point.



Edited by DeShawn, May 18 2018, 04:12 AM.
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Muhammad
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This brother is very knowledgeable.
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Lisa
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Blacks outside of America often have a better mindset than blacks in America.

Black people making songs calling themselves niggers, blacks making songs disrespecting women, blacks making songs about killing each other.

That DIDN'T start in Africa, Jamaica, Haiti, The Caribbean. That was started by blacks in America, and just look at the negative image it has shown of black people all over the world.
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Zechariah
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Zechariah
If that happened, Beelzebub would then HATE rappers. For his love of white folk far outweighs his lust for the wicked rap. :P
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Lisa
May 18 2018, 11:19 PM
Blacks outside of America often have a better mindset than blacks in America.

Black people making songs calling themselves niggers, blacks making songs disrespecting women, blacks making songs about killing each other.

That DIDN'T start in Africa, Jamaica, Haiti, The Caribbean. That was started by blacks in America, and just look at the negative image it has shown of black people all over the world.
When you post dishonestly, you neutralize any progress that is made.

You have been shown over and over that there are thousands of rappers, in America, who make songs about uplifting Black people and empowering Black people and attacking White-racism.

But you continue to play pretend about it.

It definitely can cause readers to wonder what is your true mission, anytime you steer clear of the truth and the facts in order to push a false narrative like you push here re: Black American rappers.
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Keshawn

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May 18 2018, 11:30 AM
This brother is very knowledgeable.
He sure is.
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Stephanie

He's very intelligent.
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