Killer Mike Says Criminalization Of Rap Is New Jim Crow

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https://youtu.be/dvFxy9W4Yhk


have any of you ever heard of a rapper named tiny doo doo

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  • KamPushMe
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  • 5th Letter
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    Don't put stuff in your music that may incriminate you if you're doing dirt. #commonsense
  • S2J
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    This yall mans tho...the wisest ngga in rap.

    The problem is, we all know and have known that rap and crime and drugs have always been linked, whether thru money laundering or fronts for gangs, whatever. Death Row, J Prince, Bad Boy n crips, BMF, Street Family, ex d boys starting rap labels at all levels, extortion, etc. Lets just get that out the way.

    And now, thru hip hop police, social media, nggas talkin too much on accident, nggas talkin too much on purpose, the police have caught up. So i cant respect this. Dont insult nggas intelligence by pullin the 'it's just art' card like nggas aitn actually rappin incriminating type ? or like nggas really aint out in the streets.

    All these years of clownin nggas for 'not bein real in their rhymes'. Welp. Nggas took it to heart. And now nggas are literally rapping about their crimes. I dont really have sympathy here and the audactity to say its like Jim Crow, but again, thats yall mans.
  • Ear2DaSt
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    keeping it real and snitching on yourself two different things
  • obnoxiouslyfresh
    obnoxiouslyfresh Members Posts: 11,496 ✭✭✭✭✭
    S2J wrote: »
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    This yall mans tho...the wisest ngga in rap.

    The problem is, we all know and have known that rap and crime and drugs have always been linked, whether thru money laundering or fronts for gangs, whatever. Death Row, J Prince, Bad Boy n crips, BMF, Street Family, ex d boys starting rap labels at all levels, extortion, etc. Lets just get that out the way.

    And now, thru hip hop police, social media, nggas talkin too much on accident, nggas talkin too much on purpose, the police have caught up. So i cant respect this. Dont insult nggas intelligence by pullin the 'it's just art' card like nggas aitn actually rappin incriminating type ? or like nggas really aint out in the streets.


    All these years of clownin nggas for 'not bein real in their rhymes'. Welp. Nggas took it to heart. And now nggas are literally rapping about their crimes. I dont really have sympathy here and the audactity to say its like Jim Crow, but again, thats yall mans.


    That's not what he's up in arms about. If a rapper brags about an actual crime that he committed, of course the lyrics should be considered during investigation and subsequent prosecution if additional evidence warrants action. But clearly, convictions should not be based on these rap lyrics alone. If prosecutors are failing to meet their burden of proof in these cases, judges should throw the cases out. That's a backhanded way of using racist ire to get convictions otherwise unjustified by evidence. He is correct to feel that way.
  • Ear2DaSt
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    someone post the lyrics up
  • BenjaminE
    BenjaminE Members Posts: 3,679 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Its tiny doo, not tiny doo doo... ive been following the case cuz its been on sd news...

    Lol @ at this ? ... how you tryna convict someone of something you know they didn't do and can't prove, but you can't convict cats of ? you know they've done (Zimmerman)?