Writing a book called white people at the park.— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) November 26, 2014
Future New York Times bestseller.
Lemme state I am mildly disgusted by the shade thrown at my friend and rap partner El-P. It was his and my wife's idea for me to speak— Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) November 25, 2014
At all. White writersy white friend did what you are supposed to do. He stood withhis black friend and supported his stance.— Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) November 25, 2014
No matter how you perceived it El STOOD with ME. He did not stand idle. He raged with me he did not coward out. He hugged and cried with me— Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) November 25, 2014
And my wife. Jaime El-P Meline did what a friend is supposed to do: encourage, support and stand in silent solidarity for me and my people— Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) November 25, 2014
Don't ruin the powerful moment, guys.
fighting oppression starts with educating yourself so you're not swinging in the dark.— EARL (@earlxsweat) November 25, 2014
not saying that fighting isn't the answer, im saying you first must educate yourself so you can remove your blindfold and learn HOW to swing— EARL (@earlxsweat) November 25, 2014
Earl with the knowledge.
Reading "the rose that grew from concrete" .. Again... Can't help feeling some of us lost our way , myself included .— Wale Folarin (@Wale) November 26, 2014
"We ain't posed to never have nothin" "each one teach one may the yút live"— Wale Folarin (@Wale) November 26, 2014
Imagine if Tupac lived.
I made my cousin get a Twitter & first thing he does is start going thru who I follow.. What a grade A creep, lol— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) November 28, 2014
Good thing I don’t have no hoes or I would be worried. 😊— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) November 28, 2014
Look at Joe Budden trying to be a good influence.
Our so called "black leaders" got more power and $ than MLK or Malcolm ever had but they still don't do shit.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) November 25, 2014
I'm just gon raise my family right and stay strapped. That's all we can do.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) November 25, 2014
Freddie GIbbs never lied.
Busta Rhymes took a spill at during an O.T. Genasis performance in New York.
How did this week go? Not great. By another miracle of the justice system, Darren Wilson got away with murdering Michael Brown; a grand jury decided to not indict him. To put this in perspective, you need to be beyond reasonable doubt to prove a defendant is guilty. An indictment only requires suspicion. That jury didn't find suspicion with Brown suffering multiple shots.
So you can see how the circumstance could cause some outrage within the hip-hop community. See them in 140 Bars Or Less.