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Lil Wayne Hates Black People

May 1, 2013

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Lil Wayne’s rise to success was that out of an inspirational Disney movie or a nursery rhyme. His story reminds me of “The Little Engine That Could” or the classic story of the underdog who battles logic, and uncertainty with persistence, and perseverance. Likewise, his ascent from such humble beginnings of a young child who from his older brother’s account only wanted to rap as far as he could remember can only happen in America and is testament to the fact that hard work rules over all!

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Born Dwayne Carter, Lil Wayne is one of the rap world’s most successful artists. He won best rap album for “Tha Carter III” at the 2008 Grammy awards and took home three more Grammys the next year. Beyond winning over critics, he’s also been a commercial success. Last September, Billboard reported the rapper had tallied 109 hits on its Hot 100, surpassing the record previously held by Elvis Presley. Amazing, right? Ok, well…on to why I named the blog what I named it in the 1st place!

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I have been waiting to write this blog for a minute, and let me tell you it took every bone in my body NOT to include Lil Wayne amongst the list of artists/people in the public that hate black people. I felt I could no longer contain the burn within me to do so.

It is a little known fact that Lil Wayne is color struck. Being color struck is a condition where someone inherently believes that being a different shade (skin tone) actually makes you different psychologically, economically or otherwise. This belief loosely comes from the teachings of the fake manuscript “The Willie Lynch Letter” where a slave owner diagrams the ways in which to “rear” a slave much in the same ways a master would rear a horse. Even though the manuscript was proven to be fake the similarities to how the slaves were slowly conditioned to think less of themselves and more of their masters was eerily similar to the reality of the injustice. Now we have self-hating rappers like Lil’ Wayne who spread this message of self hate even to his own daughter. “MY daughter is the first and last dark skin child I’m having, the rest of my baby moms light skin chicks i even got an asian baby moms to make sure i have a daughter with good hair, too bad we had a son”.

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“Beautiful Black Woman i bet that b*tch look better red”. ~Lil Wayne

Lil’ Wayne recently signed his 14 year old daughter to his label. I guess he is trying to make up for his fuck ups but he is STILL going about it in the wrong way, willfully offering up his own daughter to such a cut throat business so early. I got nothing else good to say about this guy as this story gets worse before it gets better.

Seems as if this guy can’t stay out of the news, I feel like I can’t go one day without hearing about what he has dropped musically or some dumb shit he’s done. Lil Weezy dropped a song where he referenced a figure in black history in a very disparaging way in the initial version of Future’s “Karater Chop (Remix).”

In the now infamous verse, the Young Money boss raps,

“Beat that pussy up like Emmett Till,”

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referring to the teen who was brutally beaten to death for whistling at a white woman in 1955. As you can imagine, this did not go over well at all with Till’s family. You think the rapper was remorseful and apologized after noticing the faults of what he had done? HELL NO!!! In fact his obvious lack of remorse is why the family is after his endorsements in the first place! By God almighty I hope they win! Similar tactics were used by the women’s rights group, UltraViolet, to get Rick Ross ousted as a spokesman for Reebok after he rapped about date rape on Rocko’s recent track, “U.O.E.N.O.” Rozay was reportedly due to earn $3.5-$5 million in the deal with the shoe giant. Fucking, Idiot!

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Last but definitely not least, news broke that the rapper was hospitalized for an apparent seizures he sustained that threatened his life. The grapevine buzzed about a possible drug overdose after having to much “sizzerp”. An online report that Lil Wayne was near death and on life support Friday cause panic among his fans and caused Twitter to light up with messages of concern.

“I’m good everybody,” the rapper tweeted Friday evening, helping defuse the concerns. “Thnx for the prayers and love.”

I say believe what you wanna believe but either way this is some horse radish! If he really wasn’t near death and was hospitalized for seizures unrelated to drug use then he is a victim of his own manipulation of the very media that is supposedly trying to defame him. However, if it is true to any degree then his self-hate is the last straw for me and the camel’s back actually broke ages ago. I am done with Lil’ Wayne and his antics. I haven’t liked his lyrics in ages, and his love to hate the people of his own color is apparent and significantly disgusting. Do you guys remember when Lil’ Wayne refered to himself as the “New Pac”? Well, this is what Snoop had to say.

Dear Lil Wayne…on behalf of my people that see the truth and still others that see your money as validation for your constant debauchery and coonery, fuck you! As a black male you never cease to embarrass me. I see you as poison for my people and I will never again support what I once gave you credit for, “your hustle”. Die man, and take your bullshit music and self-hate messages with you. To all the fans that are offended by what I wrote, if you couldn’t tell this wouldn’t be a positive article from the title itself then I am just as unapologetic as your great hero. To the rest of you, read this, love this, spread this.

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