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The Bryant Park Project, October 30, 2007 · Dooney Da' Priest's rap song "Pull Your Pants Up" is meant to shame young men in Dallas from wearing saggy britches. It's the signature tune of a Dallas city campaign against so-called saggin'.

After listeners pointed out the homophobia inherent in taunting men for looking like they live "on the down low," Da' Priest says he apologized to the gay community on his MySpace page. Da' Priest says that the song isn't an attack on gay people, and that he was "dealing with the N-word, too."

"Whether their sexual preference is to be a homosexual or being gay, that's their problem," Da' Priest says. "I'm the street, I'm the street priest, and I have real good Christian values on what I believe in, and I am against homosexuality. But this is not the reason why I wrote the song."

On our blog, an open thread: So what if Dooney Da' Priest believes being gay is wrong?

 

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PULL YO PANTS UP!

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"You walk the streets with your pants way down low/ I don't know/ looks to me you on the down low."

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Yo I walkz in dis jobz intaview and day donut higha me. Haten me cose I ceepz it realz all da time. Pantz stayz down, niggaz.

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is this what's hood in dallas right now?

 

 

seriously who the fuck cares? if people don't like the way someone looks then look away.

 

:rolleyes:

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"Yo I walkz in dis jobz intaview and day donut higha me. Haten me cose I ceepz it realz all da time. Pantz stayz down, niggaz."

 

 

i had a really hard time reading what you just wrote^^^^

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Baggy pants were dope like 90-94... are kids still doing that these days?!?!

 

shit, even bell bottoms eventually went out of style.

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werd. but dudes these days be wearing black skin tight girly jeans. now that shit needs to be banned. every time i see em i get the urge to break their skinny fucking legs.

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speaking of tight girly jeans.....

 

is there such a thing as black (african-american) emos?

you know the black jeans, the my chemical romance tshirt, and gay haircut type of emo.

just wondering.

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I see them alll the time.

 

I also have been seeing a lot of blacks on motorcycles and a lot of blacks with mohawks as of late.

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I see them alll the time.

 

I also have been seeing a lot of blacks on motorcycles and a lot of blacks with mohawks as of late.

 

First of all they are African American and youre gonna see alot more of that because all the Ed Hardy shit is popular now a days with them and being rockers is hip so...there ya go...

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Hey, lets all bring back Kris Kross, pants to the back /yes homo

 

 

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A young loveable, hugable type of guy

And everything is the back with a little slack

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yeah just look at the rappers now.

wayne and jim jones.

all them went from girbauds and white tees to skin tight and slim fit.

 

i blame travis barker for that famous shit!

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Da' Priest says. "I'm the street, I'm the street priest, and I have real good Christian values on what I believe in, and I am against homosexuality. But this is not the reason why I wrote the song."

 

damn.... 2012, please come soon

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yeah just look at the rappers now.

wayne and jim jones.

all them went from girbauds and white tees to skin tight and slim fit.

 

i blame travis barker for that famous shit!

 

hahahaha man I went into some ghetto ass store where white people arent allowed a couple weeks ago. I went to look at fitteds (all they had were stupid fake ones) they are usually filled with allover print hoodies and all that gayness but now they are filled with Famous Stars & Straps clothes tighter than A&F. I was like WTF!?

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Waste my money? Dude I don't pay full price for shiiieeaat anywhere. I would rather wear polo shirts regardless I cant take the OoNtZ in A&F

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I have been sagging my pants for the past 11 years and honestly I don't like the feeling of the waist line any higher than I rock it..ill probably be 45 years old still sagging my shit and banging rap lawlsz

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I have been sagging my pants for the past 11 years and honestly I don't like the feeling of the waist line any higher than I rock it..ill probably be 45 years old still sagging my shit and banging rap lawlsz

 

maybe an inch sag for confort...but the under the ass cheek is gay indeed

 

like they followed the trend they can follow the opposite, mtv puts a few videos of anti-sag and it will disappear like magic...

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