> I'd support it. anyone remember tupac getting his worthless
> ass greased at the corner of tropicana and las vegas blvd
> back in 1996 after the wrestling fight? best thing that ever
> happened. We all got lucky also that the sloppy idiots
> didn't strike any of the tourists walking along on the
> strip. you know, the real people? tupac isn't real and it
> does not take a idiot to see that he is cast as a fake idol
> and victim of violence. He wasn't a victim of anything
> except his just desserts.
best thing that ever happened? wow for someone who's advocating against violence you sure seem to be for it when its against a "hip hopper".
> I bet you people would still be supporting him as a idol if
> the team that killed him and his "down wit it crew" killed a
> family walking along the strip. Tupac is not a poet, he is a
> piece of garbage that just needed to be thrown out in apex
> (trash dump)
wow...did tupac hurt your feelings?? you definitely have some hate for him.
yea, as a tupac fan i REALLY wish innocent people WOULD DIE!!!
you're an idiot.
> As much as I hate to say it, "hip hop folk" (trying to be
> caged here) are trash who can't aim a gun. look back on the
> mob hits of the 30's,40's, etc and you always hear they
> targeted their target and that was it.
this is just lame...like the 5 or 6 "filler" songs on an LP.
> Here in vegas we are having problems with gangs doing
> drivebys killing kids in beds, guys going to work to support
> a family, you know, honest people just trying to survive in
> life and bring support and happiness to their small corner
> of the world.
people are dying faster in their car than they are by stray "hip hop" bullets.
you know that "guy going to work" is more likely to die in a crash than by a stray bullet. this is real life not "menace II society".
> Cutting off the roots of the rap dragon by banning rap radio
> stations is a good start.
WTF?!?! the "dragon"??? you need to get out more. i know listening to e-40, the ying yang twins, and lil rob makes me want to get out and "bust a cap".
infact i bet the the trench coat mofia was listening to tupac right before they shot up their school. i bet chaney was bumpin to some BIGGY right before he "accidently" shot the guy with a shotgun.
> start with cd sales next. I was
> shocked and disgusted to see white girls going down the road
> in a mustang with the top down and hearing "kill all the
> white womenz and rape them" blaring out of the radio and
> them singing along! excuse me? this is music? no it isn't.
NO! NOT...WHITE GIRLS!?!?! like oh my god...like white girls??
"kill all the white womenz and rape them"?? are you making that up? you have to be making that up...having read your post so far it sounds like something you would make up. and by the way...i knew TONS of females who LOVE TOO SHORT.
so, whats your point?
> I've yet to hear a country song (and I listen to alot of it)
> encouraging me to get drunk and go beat on a woman. maybe I
> choose not to listen to that music, who knows.
i've yet to hear a hip hop/rap song (and i listen to a lot of it) encouraging me to "kill all the white womenz and rape them". maybe i choose not to listen to that music...who knows.
> I've heard music on mix though from such bands such as "lit"
> singing the following:
> "Can we forget about the things
> I said when I was drunk
> I didn't mean to call you that
> I can't remember what was said
> Or what you threw at me"
> The above is "my worst enemy" look up the rest of the lyrics
> for it. what is that? uplifting music? it's sung by a guy
> who has problems with women and encourages that in his
> music's lyrics.
> I am forced to hear rap music though when I worked for CCSN
> here at the cheyenne campus, driving around town, etc with
> such lyrics as "f*** da police, kill da police" and so many
> other uplifting lyrics. if parents in the 50's had problems
> when elvis shook his pelvis, I want to see those parents put
> into a room with copies of tupac and so many other rap bands
> and then take those out and put in copies of "dirty elvis
> songs" put in copies of ted nungent also while we are at it
> and see the reaction.
i can only think of ICE-T who ever rapped about killing police.
and i bet i listen and know more hip hop/rap then you...please, stop exaggerating.
> I don't think we all need to go back to the 50's and take
> the "it's a small world" ride at disneyland over and over,
> but yesh. this music is brain rot to this generation.
isnt that what they said about rock and roll back in the day?? elvis was the devil because of how he danced right??
> oh. want to be shocked? I am 21 years old. I am not a 65
> year old on a soap box for the good old days.
you sound like one.
I do not like
> any of today's music. there are very few bands out there I
> consider good and deserving of my cash with buying their
who cares? get on topic.
> I listen to about 270+ years worth of music. Everything from
> Chopin to Donna Summers and beyond. I do not support rap
> music and other garbage that condones killing, violence, and
> other forms of illegal actions.
well, you sound like the kids we made fun of in school...because i condone KILLING!!!! VIOLENCE!!!! and any ILLEGAL ACTION!!!!
you are CLUELESS!!
> if people had problems with "puff the magic dragon" being a
> drug song, lets see them listen to this modern music!
> assuming "puff the magic dragon" is a drug song, I find it
> alot more pleasing to listen to then hearing why I need to
> kill a cop, rape a woman, and so much more.
so, you'll listen to a song condoning smoking weed because its in "code"?
did you just contradict yourself?