— Calea (@_crazyvibez) November 30, 2017
— James A. Hawkins (@HawkinsAJames) November 30, 2017
— Nitty (@NittyOfficial) November 29, 2017
The 2 arguments these two males are getting with one another aren’t even similar. Apples to oranges. How will you hug it with someone saying, “you do bad things and so i will be able to oppress you” when you say, “please don’t oppress me”? Several things can’t exist together!
“You have no idea about no fried chicken with no barbecue / You do not know of the two-step or no loose change / You do not learn about 2 Chainz or no Kool-Aid, you do not know,” authored the Massachusetts rapper.
The white-colored guy lip-syncs other stereotypical areas of the song too and raises the topics of taxes, welfare and sophistication.
Some also blasted Lucas for getting the black character deliver lines about Kool-Aid and Fried Chicken.
“While you party on the highway ‘cause you ain’t got not f—– goals, you already late / You motherf—— want to get your damn priorities straight / Wait, it’s as if you proud to become fake / However, you lazy as f— and you’d rather sell drugs than obtain a job and become straight / And you change and complain concerning the poverty rate? F— from my face,” the white-colored character states.
Worcester, Mass. rapper Joyner Lucas released a brand new video for his song “I’m Not Racist,” that is getting lots of attention and causing lots of debate.