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  1. andrew says

    I was hoping a few decades ago that Rap “Music” was just a vulgar phase that music was going through. Unfortunately like graffiti “art”, it seems to be here to stay.

  2. tikko says

    I think it is almost required to be ignorant, low-class and void of talent if you want to be a hip hop star. As much of a pompous ass Kanye is, at least he is talented and somewhat intelligent.

  3. Cero says

    Not a fan, but it really feels like you’re reaching for a story here when there’s none to be found.

  4. pedro says

    Wow…this is such blatant race-baiting for views and comments. So some c rate rapper even most black people have never heard about said something stupid to a TMZ camera-man…and you post it here so middle-aged white gays can have an excuse to rage against black people in general…We all have bills to pay I guess. I will be back to read the comnents later. No doubt they will be filled with racial animus.

  5. Brian in Texas says

    This is a WEAK story. The title made it sound like he was asked what he thought about gays in general.

  6. Joe in Ct says

    Pedro, I don’t think the old white guys really care too much about this rapper. It’s hard to generate faux rage when you’ve never heard of the guy. As I see it, he’s just another idiot with nothing to lose, trying to show off in front of a camera crew. Guess he’s got bills to pay too. I agree with you. This is not even close to being news worthy. Must be a slow day all around.

  7. UFFDA says

    PEDRO you’re the premo race-baiter. “…can have an excuse to rage against black people…”? Don’t male me laugh.

  8. Yeahyoutoo says

    Pedro, thank you for saying it. Funny how you get accused of race-baiting for calling out this stupid post for its race-baiting….

  9. andrew says

    @Pedro: “rage against Black people in general”. I just don’t like Rap music. I think it is vulgar and without merit. You sure do see “racial animus” where none exists, at least in my case. As a much younger man, I remember being called a “N” lover because most of the musicians and singers that I liked were Black. They were talented artists unlike most of the vulgar Rap “musicians” performing today.

  10. andrew says

    @HAGATHA: Still waiting for your twisted logic to justify your post where you stated that sending food and medicine to Africa causes the loss of more lives than if we just leave them alone!!!

  11. andrew says

    @HAGATHA: check out Africamercy.org. It will give you some info on a Medical Ship that is now visiting West African port cities bringing medicine and health care to many. It is saving lives and improving the quality of the lives of many others. It may help you overcome your silly notions.

  12. STOP WITH LABELS says

    @TIKKO – First off, you bigoted MORON, there are plenty of Hip Hop stars who readily assist in the fight against homophobia, HIV and AIIDS, so stop generalizing!

  13. STOP WITH LABELS says

    @ANDREW – And I’m sure people were hoping that “HOMOSEXUALITY” was just a phase. It amazes me how quickly people demand to be respected and have equal rights, but will readily deny others theirs. Have you heard every artists in Hip Hop/Rap to make that statement? It’s just like the gay men who troll public restrooms looking for sex aren’t indicative of ALL GAY MEN!!!

  14. andrew says

    @Stop…: The Rap “Music” that I hear, and I admit I haven’t heard all of it is vulgar, angry, anti-gay and anti-woman . Most of it is bad poetry shouted to a mindless beat. However I would never do anything to deny them their rights to do what they do.

  15. JMC says

    Oh man, these comments are exactly what I expected lol I don’t get how so many people are so out of touch with the realities of hip hop. Like Andrew, you’re either straight up lying about all the rap you’ve heard meeting those criteria or have listened to almost no hip hop music in your entire lifetime, so why would you even bother denouncing rap either way?

  16. Brian says

    The sad fact is that many of these homophobic rappers and hip-hop acts are financed by liberals. Just look at the fact that their record labels are owned by Democrats.

  17. ELI says

    @PEDRO
    Coming from someone like you who makes so many race baiting comments here is a laugh.

    Look in the mirror before you start your racist insulting .

  18. QJ201 says

    Rapper Tyga, who would be unknown to most of the gay community except for a recent incident of stupid anti-gay bias….

  19. Derrick from Philly says

    @ “Tyga might be the height of modern black culture.”

    Oh, ALLBEEFPATTY, your comment is a stupid as DANNYEASTVILLAGE’s is.

    “modern black culture” really? What is that?

    Is the “Jersey Shore” the height of modern White culture?

  20. Frank says

    I do have to admit whenever a black person exhibits some level on homophobia, most America gay men have a tendency to attribute it to being a product of a persons race and not the individual beliefs. Just saying.

  21. Derrick from Philly says

    “…most American gay men have a tendency to attribute it to being a product of a persons race and not the individual beliefs. Just saying.”

    Thank you, Frank. But, you know, I’m still an optimist. I don’t believe it’s “most”.

    LOL Either an optimist or a fool. LOL

    And we also have the crazy attitude that “Gay” is White. No, “Gay” can be White, Black, Latino, Arab, Asian and TRANSGENDER!!!! ( Hee, hee, hee.)

  22. says

    There is no story here, so it’s entirely spin. The only thing about him is that he is black and a rapper, that is all they have to spin here, so yeah, THATS RACIST. This story seeks to vilify someone because he is black (or because he us a rapper, THATS RAPPIST), if he was ACTUALLY hating on gays then there would be a story.

  23. Derrick from Philly says

    Yes, just like Dan, I thank you, PEDRO, for your valliant voice.

    I’m old, and I don’t have the energy to be serious with these privileged (not so educated) bytches anymore. I just use sarcasm and cynicism.

    Thanks, Pedro.

  24. ELI says

    Ok Dan and Derrick from Philly

    You’re agreeing with Pedro that I’m a racist.
    You are claiming that I’m a racist so why don’t you prove that I’m a racist. Show where I’m made one racist comment.

  25. Dback says

    There is a lot of outstanding hip-hop that explores the realities of poverty, violence, and racism in America today. There are also some posers who find themselves with a microphone and say whatever darn stupid things come into their little pea-brains, no matter how offensive. This guy is the latter. Ignore him, and let him fade back into obscurity.

  26. Dback says

    There is a lot of outstanding hip-hop that explores the realities of poverty, violence, and racism in America today. There are also some posers who find themselves with a microphone and say whatever darn stupid things come into their little pea-brains, no matter how offensive. This guy is the latter. Ignore him, and let him fade back into obscurity.

  27. ratbastard says

    TR’s uber sockpuppet/troll Ray Miller needs to comment on this. Maybe he has already, and even answered himself.

  28. ratbastard says

    TR’s uber sockpuppet/troll Ray Miller needs to comment on this. Maybe he has already, and even answered himself.

  29. Jerry6 says

    I have never seen humans standing around four legged Pigs and listening to their squells; Why is there so much interest in what two legged pigs say?