by Cap Black ~ Exclusive to The Bold Pursuit
Lil Wayne, the reigning Hip Slop (no typo) "star" whose lyrics rankle the reasonable from coast to coast, has hit a new low: trampling the American flag while filming a music video.
Pepsi, to their credit (as I type this blog-post), dropped him as an endorser.
Lil Wayne was performing his rap song, “God Bless Amerika" when he did this and it raises interesting questions.
Why do rich liberals always attack the very country which allowed them to become rich in the first place? Someone from Lil Wayne's humble beginnings would be fully justified in kissing the flag every time he sees it.
Alas, that's not the case.
One tenet of what I call being a Black zombie is excessive hatred of America and its symbols. This blind rage is also manifested in vulgarity and murder on the streets and vulgarity and murder inside record company suites.
Lil Wayne, the multi-millionaire, nonetheless feels America is irredeemably evil and has kept American Blacks down. Predictably, his song referenced slavery and slavery has become Black zombie shorthand for "It's your fault my life is screwed up, White folks – not mine!”
I'll be taping an interview on a local TV talk show this week about what I call the "Urban Apocalypse, " an orgy of self-inflicted cultural chaos led by demonic drum majors like Lil Wayne and others defining deviancy down at warp speed.
I'd be remiss if I neglected to mention Lil Wayne's latest assault upon America in my upcoming interview.
Disrespecting the late Emmett Till in a previous song wasn't enough. The fact that Lil Wayne’s legions of worshipping Black zombies said nothing speaks volumes about their appalling lack of self-respect.
Civil libertarians and liberal anti-racism activists will say trampling a flag is free speech. Some will opine it’s simply a piece of cloth – an inanimate object deserving no special reverence.
This flag was bought and paid for by Americans of every color and background – Black ones included.
One is free to question the status quo. One is free not to stand or even place ones hand over ones heart during the Pledge of Allegiance.
Guess what's the symbol of such freedom?
Lil Wayne trampled the American flag with the same disrespect he applies to the Hood. Perhaps finally he's gone too far and his destructive example will fade from the limelight?
… And you wonder why I call today's Hip Hop, Hip Slop?
Cap Black The Hood Conservative
Cap Black is a Contributing Writer to The Bold Pursuit