Watch Your Mouth, Yellow Man.

Ah no reggae chune dis!

“You can say what you say but watch what you say about our President. Think a Nobel Prize was too soon? Fine. You are not alone. You think Obama should have accomplished more since he was sworn in this past January? Fine. You are not alone. But you young man didn’t need to express your freedom of speech in such an insensitive way. Especially mere months after your stupid Rutgers joke. You’re a part of a culture built by Black and Latinos and you continue to speak in a disrespectful way towards African-Americans. Maybe I’m being too sensitive but I just don’t like it. The hip-hop community galvanized to help elect our commander-in-chief and we shouldn’t turn our back on him this soon. What are you really doin’ to change the world, disco kid?”

-Elliott Wilson, RapRadar.com

This is the abridged version of Elliott Wilson’s podcast rant in the wake of Ash*r R*th’s controversial Barack Obama Nobel Peace Prize comments. I dare not invoke his name, lest the site begin to reek of Axe Frat Boy Shower body spray and “I Love College” promo discs/weed surfaces all over again. The original YN recording contains more fiery talk about disco ball-blinded Eighties Babies, blanket statements and white boys who need to watch their mouths.

Mr. Wilson had me thinking Roth must have come out and called Obama “a monkey with the big porch ever” or some shit, then propelled #michelleobamaisanappyheadedhobecause to the #1 trending topic on Twitter. Needless to say, I was disappointed to see the series of tepid tweets that has us all on the verge of microblog race war.

Roth’s sentiments about Obama’s latest humanity-given handjob are in no way, shape or form turning his back on the Pres-o-dent. Instead they are his right and responsibility. They are his contribution to this jam, so to speak. I don’t know how they did it back in that Civil Rights Era we read about on McDonald’s placemats, but vocalizing our ideas is how we disco children change the world.

[Blogger’s Note: I hear the Civil Rights Movement had way better rappers with way more swag than the movements we have on the radio and video blogs today. I wish I were old enough to have seen that shit for myself. Summer Jam 1964 must have been off the motherfuckin hook.]

Ironically enough, the real careless speech detrimental to race relations is Wilson’s attempt to spin a criticism of an award bestowed upon Barack Obama into a unilateral swipe at black people. For shame, Yellow Nigga. For shame. This is especially startling as Wilson’s account above comes after he took the time to [kinda] clean up his thoughts from the original recording.

More than anything else, Obama is a symbol of peace and progress. Well, he’s that and the king of unofficial merchandising. He hasn’t really had the time to be anything more. I don’t know how true that actually is. I get the feeling I could fuck some shit up if I were in the oval office for 10 minutes, let alone 10 months. But, I just know that every time someone tries to call Obama out on anything, his minions come out by the ballot basketful to remind us that dude hasn’t been in office long enough to be held accountable. By this charge you would think we also can’t let him take credit for certain shit either.

If we can’t blame him for the rain yet, we can’t give him credit for the sunshine either.

[Blogger’s Note: I was tempted to capitalize "Him" for our President Mr. Black Jesus.]

Obama’s Presidential victory is an accomplishment of the people who elected him. I know as much because the Starbucks drinking yuppie fuckfaces don’t let me hear the end of how they pulled the lever “soooo hard” for Obama to post-racialize hundreds of years of history—for my black ass, of course. They peer at me over venti Blackberry Green Tea Frappuccinos and bursting Trader Joe’s shopping bags as if to say, “You should be a little more thankful.”

I know. Fuck outta here, right?

Speaking of “fuck”, since when did Elliott “ego trip’s Big Book of Eat A Dick Sandwich/Fuck The Source/King Yellow Nigga I” care so much about exercising the great freedom that is American speech in a sensitive manner? This is some new shit, and I must say, I don’t care for it too much. But then again, n*ggas b**n kn*w*n h*w * f**l *b**t fr**d*m *f sp**ch.

Are we really getting after Ash*r R*th because he’s using profanity on his twitter account to refer to our Pres-o-dent? Are we e-threatening people now over the honor of our commander-in-chief? I know we’re not getting touchy over that shit. I thought the last nigga’s name was “President Fuck Bush” for 6 years. Roth has every right to call Obama a shit-talker. Besides, Obama’s talked shit is so proper that everyone had the same idea after his speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

“Wow. He speaks so well! He’s so well-spoken! That nigga could be Pres-o-dent.”

No one knew shit about Obama then, except that big homie had a mean spit game. No nullus. After the Democratic Party went full Mays Gilliam on this nigga, his spit game garnered approximately 6 billion votes for the Presidency. Apparently, this spit game is even strong enough to have formerly subversive rap literature legends openly denouncing everything that made them.

Questions? Comments? Requests? Nobody move, nobody get hurt. ron@ronmexicocity.com

  • General

    I feel what your tryin to say Mex on people being over sensitive to attacks on Obama, but I think that comes from us living in the last 8 years where anytime someone questioned Former President Bush or his sidekick The Penguin aka Dick Cheney you were a sympathetic to the terrorists or unpatriotic…

    Fast forward to now when we have the first African American President who has the international community presenting him with prestigous honors instead of flying shoe missles and the right wing has decided its no longer so unpatriotic to take shots at him and his family for anyting…

    Then you have an aritst who made a racially questionable/insensitive remark not but a few months ago following it with a twitter post shot at Obama (dammit if these aritsts havent been warned to stay off that twitter shit)…

    I am not against people questioning or debating our leaders and I think it is healthy for this country and necessary, but as I said on Mike Bigga’s blog, why do we feel a need to throw shots at Obama for winning an award. Its not like he jumped up on the stage and yanked it out of someones hands and demanded that he be given it

  • Chilly Willy

    Man, you gotta love them conservatives…Whatever the case they’re gonna stand up for one thing: if Obama likes it or wants it that means it’s bad…

    Chicago lose the Olympics, this is a great day for America.
    A US President gets a Nobel prize, it’s a shame.

    Damn! They’re patriotic, it gives me the chills…If only Obama could try to take care of american’s health, they’d be extatic !!! Oh, wait! They ain’t!

  • Enlightened

    Damn, mistyped my own name. Anyways…

    I feel you Ron, and I feel what the General is saying.

    People are publicly lynching Obama. I’m just as disappointed in him though, for not even acknowledging it when Jimmy Carter stepped up and just mentioned it. Obama tried so hard to convince people that the hate of him has absolutely nothing to do with race, that I lost A LOT of respect for the man just off that incident. Sometimes things need to be pointed out – at some point it’s time out for that nice guy shit.

    As for Elliot Wilson, this is another case of niggas making us look bad by overreacting to shit that needs no reaction.

    Niggas like that make Black people look like bitches who whine about nothing. That shit is detrimental to what we should be working towards as a whole.

    Just like with Al Sharpton coming out against Rush Limbaugh buying the Rams. Enough Black (and white) NFL people are already speaking about it, so why the fuck did he have to try to grab that headline? That nigga probably don’t even watch football.

    What needs to happen is we have to start calling out these “ambulance chasers” just as much as we call out the racists. They truly do make the situation worse by crying wolf every time they see a little roach or something.

    • Chilly Willy

      I think you got a point about what Jimmy Carter said. But I think it’s important that it’s not the president who said it. I know he’s supposed to be the stand-up guy and all that. The issue had to be adressed so it sparks a debate, but not by him. You know, on some “I’ll never make the news again, my man will shoot you” type of shit. He’s wise enough not to let anything be held against him in that matter. And truth be told, if he said it was racism, it would’ve ignite more outbursts because that’s what people expect him to say. Some of these conservatives are baiting him. You cannot afford a Kanye moment when you’re a president, especially when you’re the first black one. Aside from being black, we must not forget that this guy is a politician, a really smart politician. Being slick is what they do. If Glenn Beck prays for a keepin it real situation to go horribly wrong, it won’t come from the head nigga in charge.

      • General

        I agree with ya Chilly on the fact that Obama doesn’t need to be the one makinga case that it is a race situation even if we know that racism plays a part in the attacks on him. That is what he has aides and political supporters for. The fact is that a lot of people in the right wing would like nothing more than Obama to claim racism so that they can devert the issue from getting things done and instead polarize the nation even more…

        @E

        I’m with you that we need to start throwing the Al Sharpton “ambulance chasers” under the bus immediately. Let the NFL office, owners and players deal with Rush Limbaugh. There is no way he is getting approved as an owner so there is no need for publicity hounds to use this as a chance just to get more publicity and in the mean time feed into what Rush Limbaugh wants which is attention and people like Sharpton to attack him and give his viewers more proof that the black man is out to get them…

        There is a place and time to deal with all these issues, but the best way to deal with the Limbaughs, Becks and their kind is to ignore them while getting things accomplished and continuing to prove that we are above the raw sewage that is their dwelling…

      • Enlightened

        I feel you. I wouldn’t have made a big deal out of it, but I would like for him to have acknowledged it. Just like he acknowledged race during the campaign.

        Every single person who is against him is not that way because of race. That part is true. So, I would have just liked to have seen some acknowledgment like “well, you know race plays a factor in the way some people feel about certain things, however, in this case I don’t believe it’s the overwhelming factor…”

        Just something other than the punchline he threw out on Letterman when Letterman tried to ask him about it in a very serious way. He said, “well, I was Black before the election.”

        Then everybody just bust out into laughter “ah haa ha ha” like he had said some Eddie Murphy Raw-funny type shit and they changed the subject. That’s some bullshit to me.

        That’s insulting our intelligence. I wouldn’t expect him to make an issue out of it himself, but when he’s asked a direct question, there’s a way to answer it as man, and still be professional and responsible.

        • Detroit P

          Co-sign Enlightened and General i think

  • http://www.justice.gov.za GO-Getta’

    I was wondering who was gonna go @ Asher Roth 1st.
    The whole of the Middle East feel like is a mockery 4 Obama 2 b awarded Nobel Peace Prize especialy the Iranian people.

    Muslim world feel like OB is’nt keeping his word of bringin’ change in the Middle East.

  • GIFT

    i FEEL LIKE THE HUGE BUZZ FROM THIS OCCURENCE IS BEING USED TO “TEST” MR OBAMA. HE EVEN ADMITTED THAT HE WAS SURPRISED AND HUMBLED BY WINNIN SUCH AN AWARD. OBAMA WAS CONCERNED W/TRYING TO WIN THE PRIZE. THE PANEL VOTED, AND THEY FUCKING CHOSE OBAMA. THEN THE MEDIA HAS THE NERVE TO SAY THAT OBAMA SHOULD GRACEFULLY TURN DOWN THE AWARE? WUT THE FUCK IS THAT ABOUT? PEOPLE ACTUALLY VOTED BUSH TO STAY IN OFFICE FOR 8 YRS, AND YALL THINK OBAMA IS GONNA MAGICALLY CHNG SHIT IN HIS FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE? yALL NEED TO GET REAL. WE AS A PEOPLE CAN’T HAVE SHIT, AND WUT’S SO SAD IS OFTEN TIMES WE CRITICIZE EACH OTHER MORE THAN THE MEDIA OR ANYONE ELSE.

  • Worley

    You have to love the irony of Asher Roth criticizing someone for receiving something they (allegedly) do not deserve. The TIs gave him a record deal and forced him down our throats. He still flopped. That is the last mofo I want to hear talking about what someone else does not deserve.

    • Detroit P

      Cosign

    • Enlightened

      Ah ha! Good ass point. The pot calling the kettle black…or white I guess.

  • http://www.yahoo.com Dra$t-iQ Alkoholik

    dont get it twisted I aint racist, am as black as they come and for Obama to recieve that is a shame the nigga sent bombs to Pakistan the day after he was sworn in killing hundreds of innocent women and children , and he sending more troops to Iraq when he always said he woulkd pull em out as soon as he came into power,that nigga a shame and I call him a nigga coz he acting like one, now let me go back and smoke sum Swazi here in Johannesburg, holla

  • Mutada/Mullah Atari

    Skimmed through the post but from what I can gather. AsherEM put his foot in his mouth again and said some dumb shit about Obama. This coupled with the nappy headed hoes comment and the “these guys” (black rappers) comment, further confirms my rejection of his and everything he stands for. Cee-Lo, Beanie Siegal, Eminem and Keri (yum) Hilson, need to go stand in the corner for their co-signature of this travesty.

    Fuck AsherEM.. And yes people are way to hypersensitive to Obama criticism, but I’d rather have it this way, than the free wheeling, ultra disrespectful way (WE) criticized “W”. He got it 10 times worse than O, or Clinton. Regardless of what you agree with or don’t, that’s the truth.

    • Enlightened

      Whoa whoa whoa, let’s not forget that “W” deserved it 10 times worse.

      And no he didn’t get it worse. He got it bad from the people. Not mainstream media outlets. They covered for most of his shit.

      He started a war that thousands of people have died in for no valid reason.

      You can’t compare Obama to Bush in any way. That muthafucka deserved 100 times the criticism.

      Public figures are disrespecting Obama in a way that we’ve never seen, but as my comment states above, I don’t really give a fuck anymore because he’s not the guy I thought he was.

  • Brooklyn

    co-sign go-getta, i was watching some news show and they asked the palestinians how they felt about obama winning the nobel peace prize and one of them said, “peace? he hasn’t brought peace to us, the israelis are still kicking us off our land.” they definitely ain’t feeling that. it is ironic that they gave a peace prize to the commander in chief of a country currently at war in two nations, but obama didn’t start the wars, so i guess that’s what they were thinking.

    and about elliot, why does it seem like the light skinned niggas are always the most militant? malcolm x was light skinned, huey newton was light skinned, angela davis was light skinned…perhaps -melanin = +militancy. i don’t think that asher roth’s comments were erroneous, they were just spoken by a suburban white boy. i’ve never been a big obama stan anyway, because at the end of the day, black, white, or mulatto, obama is a politician. and politicians talk shit and they make promises and they lie. i voted for obama, but not because i thought that he was gonna really change anything, but because i felt that 4-8 years of obama was preferable to 4-8 years of john mccaine. i never expected much of him, so i’m not particularly surprised at anything that he does or doesn’t do. niggas kill me when they act like obama is god or something, and to speak ill of him is blasphemy. he’s a man just like the rest of us, he puts his pants on one leg at a time, this obama fanaticism needs to end, it’s sad as hell.

    • General

      Lets be honest. The only people that are ever gonna bring peace to Palestine and Isreal is themselves along with the rest of the middle east. Our past policies in the region have left us with no credibility with any of those countries. You say quit treating Obama like a God, well then at the same time understand that he can’t solve every problem in the world at once or at all. I have been very critical at Obama not being aggressive enough in moving forward with his agenda, but I also know that he has a lot of broken fences domestically and abroad to mend in order to do that.

      • Enlightened

        The only problem with letting them bring peace themselves is that the U.S. stays in that big brother role and allows Israel to do what they do.

        If the U.S. stepped out, the Palestinians and other Middle Eastern countries would have smashed they ass a long time ago.

        Israel without the U.S. is defenseless. They would have to speak from a position of common sense, but when they know they have the U.S. backing them up, they can talk from a position of power, so they continue to say fuck Palestine – like they are not bogus in the first place.

        • General

          I agree we need to put as much pressure on Isreal as we put on the rest of their neighbors if we are going to continue to be engaged in trying to bring about some symblance of peace there…

          Being more heavy handed with Israel will no doubt spark an intense backlash towards this administration domestically, but it is the approach that is needed along with holding both Israel and Palestine accountable for any agreements they make…

          Clinton came damn close in 2000 right before he left office in getting something done, but neither side was willing then and I’m not sure they are yet

      • Brooklyn

        @ general: i don’t expect obama to solve anyone’s problems, i don’t expect him to end the strife between israel and palestine, i was just using one palestinian’s opinion to express that in the middle east they’re not really hype about obama being awarded the nobel peace prize. expecting obama to get us out of the middle east isn’t me treating him like god, because that’s something that he could achieve. the fact of the matter is, for the past eight years, our government has sent hundreds of thousands of our citizens to fight in the middle east, in conflicts that, in eight years, are still no closer to being resolved now than they were in 2001. look how many of our citizens died in the past eight years fighting in iraq and afghanistan, and what have we achieved over there? furthermore, our country has been israel’s staunchest supporter for the past sixty years, and have conveniently overlooked what the israelis have done to the palestinians.

        @chilly willy: the oslo agreement did enact a momentary peace between israel and palestine, it was about seven years between the signing of the oslo treaty and the beginning of the second intifada. at the time of their being given the nobel prize, the world did believe that rabin, peres, and arafat had brought about peace, no one anticipated that rabin would be killed and that with his death the peace would basically fall apart.

        i have no problem giving obama his props. i respect his drive, his ambition, i can definitely understand that it wasn’t an easy road to tread from where he started to where he is now, he’s definitely better than bush, and if i didn’t think he’d be better than mccaine i wouldn’t have voted for him. now with all that said, i can also say that he hasn’t actually brought peace to anywhere. does that mean that he doesn’t deserve the peace prize? no, i believe obama had a better right to it than teddy roosevelt did back in the day, but let’s be real, he hasn’t brought peace. what i hope is that the award will prompt him to bring peace, at least to the united states. at the end of the day i could give a fuck about israel or palestine, i just want us out of iraq and afghanistan because i got peeps over there, some of whom have died. and the ones that are still alive, every time i hear about some car bomb, some attack by insurgents, or some shit like that, they’re on my mind. and when i sit back and realize that after nearly a decade of war nothing tangible has been achieved, i get angry because it makes me feel like my dead peeps died in vain, and my alive ones are risking their lives in vain.

        • Chilly Willy

          “at the time of their being given the nobel prize, the world did believe that rabin, peres, and arafat had brought about peace”
          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
          See, Brooklyn, this is exactly the point I’m tryna make here. I think at the very moment Obama was elected, “the world did believe” that there’ll be some change. It ain’t done yet, even he acknowledges that. And to be honest, I’m defending him after I thought about it, but my first reaction when I heard it was disbelief. I watch the TV with a huge WTF look in my face. He ain’t done nothing yet. No doubt there. But his drive, ambition and in a sense his philosophy have already given hope to millions, not only those who voted for him but around the whole planet, and made people question the way international relations should be handled.

          Plus, there’s no serious contender for that prize right now. Michael Clayton is a hell of a movie, IMO. But in a year filled with No Country for Old Men and There Will be Blood, he couldn’t get no oscar. But if it was in year filled of “decent” Michael Bay movies, it’s a no-brainer. Feel me ?

          I’m on you though on the hope that this helps and encourages him to work towards peace. The whole planet’s been needin that for a minute.

    • Chilly Willy

      “i was watching some news show and they asked the palestinians how they felt about obama winning the nobel peace prize and one of them said, “peace? he hasn’t brought peace to us, the israelis are still kicking us off our land.” they definitely ain’t feeling that.”
      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

      All right, Brooklyn. So tell me, why was the 1993 Nobel prize given to Yitzhak Rabin AND Yasser Arafat ?
      A hint: the Oslo agreement. It never came through because a jewish fanatist killed Rabin and Arafat died a sad death deemed a terrorist by most western administrations after he launched the second Intifada and was isolated by Sharon’s expansionist agenda (which build the Wall of Shame).
      But I guess, in the middle of all that, they really brought peace to Palestine…..or did they ?

      This ain’t no stannery, but give the man his props, damn! No one is eligible 2009 MVP for peace more than “our” boy (whatever that means), and it’s a honor for US. What are you askin’ for ?

  • JAY STONE

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  • jay stone

    u nigga`s should fix the comment section.

  • $ykotic/Don McCaine

    You have to go way back in the planet’s history to know what’s really going on in the middle east. Also recognize that America helped it to be what it is today(3 day war of 1947).

    What amazes me is that many don’t see the race slander campaign being used by the media & opposition. It’s as blatant as a chancre sore on the lip. There’s been more racial tension the last year than the last 10 years.

    And waaaaaaay more coonery. Dudes are not informed and it shows. And that’s what they want. Discredit through ways and actions of those like you so it raises questions and doubt about you.

    A good example is Worldstarhiphop. A hiphop site compromised by the feds, that has more racial & felonious content on it than music, where hatred is spewed throughout the comments, and still exists. There are cyberspace laws on hate crimes.

    All Obama’s gonna do is follow orders.

    • Enlightened

      Most definitely.

  • the G.O.D

    PEACE

    Who or What the fuck is an Asher Roth ?

    PEACE

  • capcobra

    fuck the president and asher roth..they both pimped hip hop to get in position.

  • Caino

    a lot of this tension in the middle east also goes back to 1979 and the Iranian revolution, when America helped fund Iran and Iraq in their war(how do u think those hostages got out), knowing neither could win the war while at the same time killing each other but also making sure the oil kept flowing.

  • Caino

    With Israel and Palastine, l doubt the tension will ever go away (especially with the T.I’s nuclear capabilities) But then how would you feel if you were forced off ya land so l see the Palestines point of veiw, and also with USA constanly backing Israel brings a mis trust about the USA from other Arab nations…..its a vicous circle.

    Once America stays out of other peoples back yard (Iraq, Kuwait, El Salvador, Korea, Nicargua, Grenada, Haiti, Cuba, Afghanistan, Iraq again…this list goes on, all since WWII), then maybe someone like the president will deserve a peace prize.

    Peace out, word to your mother

  • jay stone

    Barack “Fraud” Obama before, during and after……

    There is no substance to Obama at all. The man is all about war not peace.

    Obama is here to protect and covet the military empire of the United States and of its main ally Israel.

    Obama is a disaster, Castro’s endorsement notwithstanding. I admire Fidel Castro but disagree with him on his praise of Obama receiving this award.

    The “Nobel Peace Prize” is WORTHLESS in my opinion. This award has NO VALUE any longer.

    Like Henry Kissinger, Obama is also a war crimninal. Obama’s orders allowing innocent people to be killed in Pakistan and Afghanistan along with continuing Bush’s so-called anti-terrorism policies from Guantanomo to Bagram to the gulags in Iraq and around the world, President Obama is GUILTY OF WAR CRIMES!!!!!!

    Obama has NOT REPUDIATED THE BUSH DOCTRINE OF PRE-EMPTIVE WAR EITHER!!!!!!!!!!!

    OBAMA IS A WAR CRIMINAL BUT THAT IS FITTING FOR THIS BANKRUPT “NOBEL PEACE PRIZE” WHICH HAS BECOME A FARCE!!!!!!!!!

  • Shawty J

    I definitely agree with this drop. Asher didn’t really say anything offensive about Obama, he just said Obama hasn’t accomplished enough to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Shit, even Obama agrees with that. I think the one relevant Elliot “Yellow Nigga” Wilson is just screaming for attention.

    And on another note:

    ” I hear the Civil Rights Movement had way better rappers with way more swag than the movements we have on the radio and video blogs today. I wish I were old enough to have seen that shit for myself. Summer Jam 1964 must have been off the motherfuckin hook.”

    That shit was hilarious!

    • Shawty J

      Little typo in there, I meant to say “once Relevant” not “one relevant”

  • KFrizzle

    My interpretation of what Mex is tryin to say is that most of Y’ALL (yeah I said it) need to lighten the fuck up a little bit. I knew Asher was gonna get thrown under the bus for expressing a valid O-P-I-N-I-O-N, and the only reason he’s getting shit on is cuz he’s white. Illseed (closet racist IMO) mentioned it, YN “lynched” and covertly threatened him, and he’s getting ethered in the comments on here too. There is so much objectionable shit (the word cracker is very prevalent) in hip hop when you look in from a white person’s perspective, and what does it say that in 2009 a white dude can’t have an honest and racially neutral opinion about a black guy? I think Asher was pretty clear in saying his feelings were directed at the panel that votes for the prize and how it almost makes the award less meritorious for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of peace when a guy that hasn’t (had time to) proven shit in the name of peace wins the award.

    It’s disgusting to me that if a white person so much as breathes a negative word about anything attached to a revered black person that they’re hung out as a racist or bigot. I think that a lot of the closed mindedness that black folks resent white people for is now making its way back around the block. Progress?? PFFFFT.
    – KFRIZZLE aka “A white person with an opinion” aka “A racist”

    • $ykotic/Don McCaine

      “Watch Your Mouth, Yellow Man.”

      That’s the title of the post. Don’t nobody but you care about Asher, and he damn sure ain’t yellow. A handful out of 25 + comments never even mentioned Roth’s name.

      IF YOU READ THE COMMENTS WE ARE TALKING ABOUT WORLD & AMERICAN POLITICS, NOT ASHER ROTH. YOUR OPINION IS MOOT. THE BLOGGER’S HERE ON XXL NEVER WASTED THEIR TIME ON ASHER, BECAUSE THEY ALREADY KNOW WE DON’T CARE ABOUT ASHER(EM) ROTH.

      And your race card “opinion” is dilapidated & expired. There are plenty of Caucasian dudes who get love here.

      “the word cracker is very prevalent…” just like n*gg3r is.

      I said it. What?

      $ykotic aka A PERSON WHO DROPS FACTS.

      • KFrizzle

        Actually you got shit quite twisted…I could give 2 fucks about a Asher Roth or what people say about him. My point comes from the fact that the only reason what he said was newsworthy was because he is white. And just because he’s a fucking rapper, he’s supposed to vote yes on all things supported by “a culture built by Blacks and Latinos.” Let’s not get started on the double standards something like that could create in the real world.

        And to your other point, obviously the dreaded N word is prevalent because according to Rule 5.17 sub-section D paragraph 12 of the N-word Usage Handbook, when used by blacks it is a term of endearment. Your context is all outta bounds BRROOOH (no violation) — find me a white boy that been using that word in public that gets a pass. I don’t find a black dude using the word cracker any more endearing as if I was to look you dead in your eyes and say N*GG3R (is l33t OK? didn’t see that covered in the handbook).

        But yo, I concede with your incredible understanding of context, great use of the word dilapidated, and that big emphasis statement at the end that YOU DROP FACTS. All your commenter homies are probably sitting behind the desk straight gas facing it in your honor (no barber shop freestyle skit from Chappelle’s show). Clearly my point was so moot as to warrant such a swift and decisive response (no CAPS LOCK).

        • $ykotic/Don McCaine

          BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

          2 comments and you’re still lost. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT REAL ISSUES. F*** ASHER ROTH.

          THE COMMENTS CLEARLY STATE WE ARE IN A CONVERSATION ABOUT THINGS THAT ARE MORE RELEVANT THAN ASHER ROTH’S LIFE.

          WHAT YOU ARE IMPLYING DOES NOT COUNT.

          AND I USED CAPS LOCK. AIN’T NOBODY SCARED OF YOU.

          “Your context is all outta bounds BRROOOH (no violation)..”

          WHO DOES THAT???

          YOUR COMMENT WAS MOOT BECAUSE IT DID NOT PERTAIN TO THE BLOG, OR THE COMMENTS SMART DUMB HARLEQUIN.

          SOOOOO WHAT’S YOUR COMMENT ON WHAT WE THE PEOPLE STATED “BRROOOH”????

          (NO RETRACT)

          ASHER ROTH AIN’T IMPORTANT TO NONE OF US BUT YOU. THE WORDS EMBEDDED ON THIS POST SAY THAT. YOUR STEREOTYPICAL REFERENCES SHOW & PROVE THE B*TCH YOU ARE.

          *SEE BELOW*

          “because according to Rule 5.17 sub-section D paragraph 12 of the N-word Usage Handbook…”

          “more endearing as if I was to look you dead in your eyes and say N*GG3R (is l33t OK? didn’t see that covered in the handbook)”

          HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA
          HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA

          ALL CAPS TOO.

        • $ykotic/Don McCaine

          And you would love to say “n*gg3r” in a black man’s face. That would make your day wouldn’t it?

          “more endearing as if I was to look you dead in your eyes and say N*GG3R (is l33t OK? didn’t see that covered in the handbook)”

          EXPOSED!!!!!! THERE’S ANOTHER ONE!!!!!

        • KFrizzle

          Check and mate…TELL EM WHY YOU MAD SON!!!!

        • Chilly Willy

          Is that you, MC Karl Rove ?

        • General

          HAHAHAHAHAHA

          Thats fuckin funny. YOu may be on to something there Chilly

  • t-dot

    Well from what ive seen most black dudes refuse to say anything bad at all about obama, any white dude says anything bad about him is a racist,it don’t matter if there right cause there white(or more importantly not black). to be honest Obama hasn’t done fuck all, he started which is how it gets going but dude hasn’t even been in long so whethere he good or not cant be determined. I think he’s by the far the best pres since i was born(83), but as of yet the change hasn’t happened, but it has begun

    • General

      I agree that no one should be labeled a racist simply for having an opposing view to Obama’s, however to say that Obama’s race doesn’t play a factor into some of the opposition that he has seen would be ignorant…

      As Syk pointed out in his comments above, there have not been such racial tensions in this country for years. You have many on the right claiming Obama hates white people, which is based on what? These are all tactics by people who are in fact themselves racist and using a reverse charge in order to justify their beliefs…

  • kcz253z

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