Post Number: 25
|Posted on Sunday, April 04, 2004 - 12:33 pm: |
Hey Chris, I'm with you no rap mind whatsoever here. If it isn't 70's nostalgia, jazz, or gospel (old fashioned sangin'...:-) I don't know it. However, a few years ago, I did listen to 'Public Enemy'fear of a black planet. Great messages. Other than that, never could stand the 'noise factor' alone, though I came to the defense of black youth and their right to be allowed to use the rap forum.
I hate the misgoynistic message but I like the ones who use it to send positive messages. I don't listen to it, I just like the fact that they can.
Now, I discoursed with this rare, decent, white kid from the U.K for a while. He was very much into rap and he says he refers to his white friends as 'his niggaz.'
So this group of black men gained power through their own creativity only to send the 'n' word around the world for all people to use. Whew!
Some blacks are their own worst enemies. And black young women as well, bebopping to lyrics that are sent around the world denigrating their person. Yes, some blacks are indeed, their own worst enemy and sadly, I daresay that many wouldn't take offense in your referring to them as a 'fat _____________'.
After all, the white racist just scored a major victory in using the term 'niggaz' written on the side of a school I think it was, to get a ignorant racist off who thought meant the 'N' word spelling in its original horrid form. Yes, they were dirty enough to use the ignorant black faction's ignorance against them and so saved their racist little hatemonger from a conviction.
Well, that was the ultimate insult to we blacks who do not use the term at all, but the fact remains, such blacks or Willie Lynch coloreds as I refer to them, aided and abetted the creep getting off.