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Saturday, October 1st, 2016

THE INSANITY CONTINUES

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I’m starting to think it must be me. Check this out:

Snoop Dogg tells mtv.com there’s a big difference between Don Imus calling Rutgers women’s basketball players “ho’s” and rappers dropping the word in their rhymes.

“It’s a completely different scenario,” Snoop said Tuesday. “[Rappers] are not talking about collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We’re talking about ho’s that’s in the ‘hood that ain’t doing [bleep].

“Kick him off the air forever.”

Snoop had some other serious business to take care of Wednesday, pleading no contest to felony gun and drug charges Wednesday to avoid what could have been a long prison sentence. The AP reports that he agreed to five years of probation and 800 hours of community service after he was arrested Oct. 26 at a California airport on suspicion of transporting marijuana.

So apparently all people are not created equal. If you don’t go to college you’re not afforded the same respect that other human beings get. Kick Imus off forever? Fine. And Snoop Dogg should be right behind him.

[tags]Don Imus, Snoop Dogg, Rutgers[/tags]

  • http://courtjester.livejournal.com Mike O’Donnell

    Silly Zoner.

    Didn’t know the difference between the ho’s that are used for degradation and male domination and the ones who play basketball while pursuing higher education.

    Only Snoop Dogg can tell us the difference.

    Silly Zoner.

  • shocker.

    Here’s a little sample of a Snoop Dogg hit, “B****
    , Please.” Warning: Language:

    A hit rap song that basically glorifies rape, and vilifies any woman who won’t quickly give it up. Funny he never differentiates between “ho’s” in his music….we’re just supposed to understand “the hood.” He’s entitled to make his money….but in this case….he really needs to recognize the double standard. This song was recorded in 1999, EIGHT YEARS AGO! Where was the protest then?

  • dhaab

    Stuart Scott, yet another bastion of common sense in the world of black “entertainers”, recently said on Mike and Mike in the Morning that he thinks when certain rappers use the “b” and “n” words, they “mean it in an affectionate way”. One thing is for sure, after seeing various African Americans defending rappers and showing themselves to be stupid hypocrites in the process, we see exactly why this country still has MAJOR race issues.

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