YOU IZ ONE WORD… PUSSY!!!

everyone meet tiairah marie.
she was the vixen fighting lil reese in that video i posted a day ago.
well, she has some shit to say about the fight…

i had to put my “ghetto” translation on,
but you get the point.

FOUND

lil reese is getting more publicity than he can dream of.
there is a huge boycott happening.
i say, go head.
global grind says the whole fight video was a call for help.
here is an excerpt:

He is clearly a product of his environment, an environment that exists in our country. The South Side of Chicago, like many inner cities, has nothing for these kids to productively do with their time. There are barely any afterschool programs and more often than not, they are living in a single-parent home, with a working guardian who likely does not have the time to constantly shield their children from the drugs and gangs right outside of their front door.

Is it so surprising that kids like Lil Reese could care less about life, or the consequences of their actions when the world seems to not care about them?

I’m aware that hip-hop has become so mainstream that it is looked at as entertainment and while some of it may be “Superbass”-ed out, some of it is also not just a show. It is an art form that also actually depicts real things that many are dealing with and living day to day. Lil Reese and his homie Chief Keef may be major label signed artists right now, but they also represent millions of young people across the nation. Instead of dismissing these kids and turning our backs on them, why don’t we reach out to them? Perhaps offer them some guidance and more importantly, some understanding.

again:

but, do you agree?

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

6 thoughts on “YOU IZ ONE WORD… PUSSY!!!

  1. Honestly, I think this generation is beyond help when it comes to the majority of them. The only way we can come close to combating this foolishness is to start with one child at a time and try our best not to lose an entire generation. There has to remain a remnant of inner city black kids that obtain a conscience, morals, and a drive to achieve greatness without the crab in barrel mentality. God help us

  2. I lived on the South Side of Chicago for a min (79th & Drexel) and its a a different type of world over there. Same with the west side of Chicago It’s worst now. I used to fear for my life. It’s the same in a lot of the hoods. I grew up in Adamville (ATL) worst place to live man. Those kids are not afraid to die. Jail to them is vacation. There is no saving them. Lupe’s reaction says it all..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjGGMUspJ7w

  3. Tired of people blaming bad behavior on their living circumstances. None of us grew up in ideal environments. Hearing of a classmate being killed was nothing to me growing up. It was routine. You couldn’t go to a party without there being a shooting.

    I came out fine.

"off topic" and other nonsense gets sent to my spam folder. other than that, play nice and let's discuss!