Rapper Lil B Releases HIV-Awareness Song ‘I Got AIDS': LISTEN

Writes Lil B in the YouTube description:

PLEASE EVERYONE I MADE THIS TO INFORM EVERYONE THAT I LOVE AND RESPECT AND EVERYONE THAT LISTENS TO MY MUSIC AND LOVES BASED TO PLEASE GET TESTED AND PROTECT YOURSELF AND PARTNERS

AND BE SAFE,

I WANT YOU TO NO IF YOU HAVE SEX YOU ARE AT RISK

PLEASE USE CONDOMS AND HAVE SAFE SEX,

PLEASE I LOVE YOU,

IF YOU CARE ABOUT ME UPLOAD A VIDEO OF YOU GOING TO GET TESTED AND SEND TO ME I WILL ALSO UPLOAD A VIDEO OF ME GETTING TESTED,

I LOVE YOU AND IF YOU ARE POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE NO YOU HAVE SUPPORT – Lil B

Comments

  1. ben says

    While a valiant effort, Lil’ B’s title got scooped by an interlude featured on Salt N’ Peppa’s Very Necessary released 18 years earlier…

  2. Brian in Texas says

    I applaud him for speaking out on this very important issue, but as someone who enjoys hip-hop music as well as other genres, this song is just not very good. I wouldn’t want to hear the rest of the album based on this single.

  3. New-new says

    Part of me is thinking “Girl, Bye” to this dude. The same dude who is know for such masterpieces as “Ellen Degeneres (Swag).”

    He seems sincere, so I will withhold my judgment.

  4. jason says

    AIDS has nothing to do with being gay. I think it’s insulting to connect the two. Such a connection also contributes to homophobia.

    As for music’s overall treatment of gay and bisexual men, it’s appalling. Whereas women have number 1 hits with I Kissed A Girl, no man is allowed to have a similar hit where he kisses a boy.

    There’s a very ugly, grubby double standard in the music industry which needs to be pointed out.

  5. hmhm says

    <3 We need revolutionaries in the black community to question the status quo. We are all in slavery.