Jayceon Taylor Gets In The Middle Where The Action Is

Screen Shot 2014-12-27 at 5.42.49 PMthis is why i like jayceon taylor aka the game.
he is one rapper wolf,
even tho he does the occasional dumb shit,
he still is pretty socially conscious.
i love that shit.
a wolf who knows whats going on.
right now he is marching at the million’s march in la

…and i def would have given him the drawz as soon as he came home!

tumblr_n07neyXU5n1s567uwo1_500i love that he is out in the middle of the action too.
i wonder if his fellow rapper wolves (hybrids and foxes) would have done that?
well besides j cole,
probably not.
nice look jayceon.
20+ foxhole points and have a happy new year ahead!

lowkey: how did i miss these?

i’ve busted down below.
um is he still allegedly messing with that assistant of his?
just asking!
…for a friend.

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19 thoughts on “Jayceon Taylor Gets In The Middle Where The Action Is

  1. Jayceon has always been on point. I love that he was out protesting, he clearly didn’t have to do that, but I’m glad it did.

  2. Mmm I bet he has a lot sex in that bathroom. I mean look at his counter it at a perfect length where his penis is at. Ooh I know those vixens/foxes(maybe) have some good time in that bathroom

  3. That side-ways mirror pic with the greenish pants is low-key advertisement. I see you Jayceon.

    I’m glad he’s out there. The more like him the better. Too many Uncle & Auntie Toms have been showing themselves a lot lately.

  4. I saw a few episodes of his reality show. I gained a small amount of appreciation for him when it comes to his kids/family. He wasn’t afraid to show his heart on his sleeve, as opposed to not wanting to look “soft” as most rapper would do. Sadly, they don’t know how to pick their battles. He did. Kudos to him.

  5. Aren’t the lyrics of his songs filled with the N word? If black lives matter to him, then they should matter in the lyrics of his songs. So it seems that marching is an empty publicity ploy. That or he’s too ignorant to realize the effects of his actions.

    1. ^so question d!
      because he uses the “n” word,
      that means he cant genuinely show support for the cause?
      or should he be banished to pineapple only events?

      1. Jamari, just because he uses the N word doesn’t mean that he cannot show support I was simply suggesting that he to think about what he does more fully–to look before he leaps so to speak. To think about the effects of his words in his lyrics. If he did, he’d conclude that his use of harmful lyrics work against “Black Lives Mattering” and so he’d perhaps if he came to that conclusion.

    2. Dean, music is entertainment man. His music may not be what you want to hear, but it’s what the people want as a whole want. Artists are usually quite different in their actual lives, and entertainment and reality are separate. People should realize this by now.

      1. Entertainment is just not entertainment. It teaches. It instructs.

        “The greatest weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.”—Steven Biko. “America’s greatest crime against the black man was not slavery or lynching, but that he was taught to wear a mask of self-hate and self-doubt.”—Malcolm X.
        And this issue of mental slavery needs deserves further discussion. Malcolm X said “You can’t hate the roots of the tree without ending up hating the tree. You can’t hate your origin without ending up hating yourself. You can’t hate the land, your motherland, the place that you come from, and we can’t hate Africa without ending up hating ourselves. The Black man in the Western Hemisphere—North America, Central America, South America, and in the Caribbean—is the best example of how one can be made, skillfully, to hate himself that you can find anywhere on this earth.” If you think about it, then you will conclude that mental slavery is at the heart of the psychological, sociological, cultural, economic and political weakness of African Americans. Please think about it. And Steven Biko’s statement relates to knowledge of history and to other parts of this dialogue.

        “Black Lives Matter” is much heard now-a-days, (and self-hate and lack of pride is pervasive among African Americans) but it’s hard for “Black Lives to Matter” to blacks if talk and act and sing and write that “Black Lives Do Not Matter”. His song lyrics vs. his attending a march is relevant to this. Don’t ask me. Ask Malcolm X and Steven Biko.

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