Rapper Goes Non-PC on Ferguson, and Intolerant Lefties Lose It

Rapper Goes Non-PC on Ferguson, and Intolerant Lefties Lose It

Heaven forbid a black person have the audacity to think for themselves and not respectfully toe the liberal line — they’ll be eaten alive by the racist idiots on the left. And that’s what happened to rapper Kendrick Lamar, simply because he didn’t enthusiastically cheer on the thugs who reacted to the Michael Brown saga by looting and setting businesses on fire.

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Leading rapper Kendrick Lamar made some politically incorrect comments about Michael Brown and Ferguson that are causing a bit of a firestorm in social media.

In an interview with Billboard on Friday, the popular rapper, who grew up in the tough neighborhood of Compton, but managed to get straight A’s in high school, encouraged personal responsibility, blasted looting, and said a biblically inspired believe that we’re living “in the last days.”

“I wish somebody would look in our neighborhood knowing that it’s already a situation, mentally, where it’s f—ked up.

What happened to [Michael Brown] should’ve never happened. Never. But when we don’t have respect for ourselves, how do we expect them to respect us?

It starts from within. Don’t start with just a rally, don’t start from looting — it starts from within.

… We’re in the last days, man — I truly in my heart believe that. It’s written. I could go on with Biblical situations and things my grandma told me. But it’s about being at peace with myself and making good with the people around me.”

As IJ Review reported, Lamar received considerable pushback on Twitter, led by fellow singer Azealia Banks, the same radical who hatefully tweeted that she wanted to “kill a white cracker in their sleep.”

Now the bigoted Banks condemns Lamar for doing an interview with a “white publication.”

So the barely-famous Banks can talk about how she wants to kill a white person and it’s totally cool, but if Kendrick Lamar says that black people should start change from within — a radical concept, I know — then somehow, he’s the bad person here? Um, sure. OK.

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