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Anti-Rapper Police, hmmmm

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by ounceaddict, Feb 28, 2004.

  1. ounceaddict

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    Anti-Rapper Police, hmmmm

    Discussion started by ounceaddict - Feb 28, 2004

    Could it be true? is there really an anti rapper police unit out there like there are many anti graff units?
    Rappers talk about killing police all the time, and about selling drugs and rebelling against the government, so why isnt there a police unit that argets them?
    I know that there is allot of cops outside and inside hardcore,not mainstream, rap concerts and shows and clubs. I think I may be tripping, but maybe rappers do have allot of power and are really being watched by johnny law. I mean, they already hate each other to death. At least the rappers hate the cops to death,a t least.
    what do you think?
     
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    anonymity1 - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    "We're not against Rap.
    We're not against Rappers.
    But we are against those thugs."

    Its the thuggish ruggish bone nigguh
     
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  3. ounceaddict

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    ounceaddict - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    But that thuggish bone was developed by the unfortunate circumstances of being trapped in a ghetto, and all the laws seem against you, or at least you feel that they apply to you much worse than to anyone else.
     
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    drink40s - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    in NYC they give you tickets for rapping
     
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    When - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    i seriously doubt it.
    they probably get as much attention from the fuzz as johnny everyman
     
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    BOZACK - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    you seem to be preoccupied with the idea that rappers are dangerous, rebellious, cool, and intriguing characters.

    too bad they're all a bunch of bland poseurs. give up rap before it's too late.
     
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    fethasmcgraw - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    i doubt it
     
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    GnomeToys - Replied Feb 28, 2004

    The police are worried about criminals, not sissies who run around collecting giant gold chains all day and singing lyrics specifically designed to make black people look like criminals.
     
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    hickitus pickitus ficitus fum, prestidigitonium!
     
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