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  • There's no resolution.

  • It's just, “Fuck you.”

  • Fuck me?"

  • "Fuck you."

  • "Aight. Bye.”

  • And it's like, “C'mon bro.”

  • That's what's wrong with the world.

  • How do we create a resolution?

  • As soon as the video opens immediately it's offensive, immediately offensive to everybody.

  • Because you don't know my voice, because you've never heard me before you are going

  • to think that this guy, and I think that's where the shock factor comes into play like

  • Who is this motherfucker sitting here saying this shit?”

  • And I knew that when writing it.

  • For years there's been a lot of that.

  • That's not new.

  • But white people come out like, “Why?"

  • "My favorite rappers are saying it. Why can't I say it?”

  • 'Cause they're like, “Hey, it's acceptable now.” and then when it's not and somebody

  • reacts they're just like, “That's not fair.”

  • Nobody never ever came at me like that.

  • That would be the end of them.

  • I couldn't listen to somebody say that shit to me.

  • Mexicans do all the grunt shit that nobody wants to do.

  • So basically he was saying, “You should be doing the grunt work, but you can't."

  • "The Mexicans are doing it."

  • "So let's kick them out like Donald Trump wanted to do."

  • "r matter of fact let's send them all to the ghetto then."

  • He was being an asshole and again being racist.

  • Pac had this side and then he had that side.

  • He was a gangster, he was a gentleman, he was a ladies man, he was a revolutionary.

  • He was all these things in one.

  • He acknowledged the wrong shit that he's done and he's back tracked and he said

  • “I said this in an interview, I take that back now because I got more experience."

  • "I wouldn't do this. I wouldn't do…”

  • He was real conscious, a lot of these niggas ain't conscious.

  • Pac openly made mistakes and I think that's a lot of the reason why we look up to him.

  • There is a lot of hip hop that's spreading a really wack ass message, like doing drugs.

  • Because hip-hop again it's such a strong voice and a lot of people want to be hip.

  • Even with the fashion and the tattoos, you see that and you're

  • like, “I want to be like him.”

  • It's a cool thing.

  • Now you're making it cool to be a pill head and you're making a cool to be high all

  • the time and drunk.

  • You're just talking, you're just saying the most outlandish shit not thinking that

  • there is a whole generation and a cult that's following you and what you're saying.

  • Now what's happening is they're going to grow up and they are, then they start using

  • those drugs and they start dying and shit, you know what I'm saying?

  • They start overdosing and it's like, that's your fault bro.

  • A lot of these owners of these NFL teams they feel like that.

  • Like, “How dare you kneel?”

  • Donald Trump has openly said that.

  • If you really pay attention to the record, like I said it slowly starts to get more and

  • more and more racist.

  • It went from the , “Nigga, nigga, nigga, nigga,” to, “Nigger!”

  • He hit that "e-r" real hard.

  • This is what I meant by the closeted racism shit.

  • It's cool, and then as time goes on it's out there.

  • Now they're being real comfortable with it.

  • Black culture, I guess just being black is enough to die.

  • You know what I'm saying?

  • And that's what he was saying.

  • Or maybe if you pull your pants up, maybe if you put the grills out of your mouth, maybe"

  • "if you just stop being black,” pretty much.

  • He's saying all this fucked up shit, but then he goes, “Well, you know what?"

  • "I'm open-minded enough to listen to you."

  • "I'm not gonna say all this fucked up shit and leave it at that."

  • "I want to know what you think about me.”

  • Fuck you.

  • We're not gonna do all the, “With all due respect.”

  • Clearly you don't like me, I don't like you.

  • You just shitted on my life, so let's just get disrespectful.

  • There's a lot of culture vultures, man.

  • There's a lot of people that

  • just directly just rip off the black culture.

  • Black culture come up with a lot of cool shit.

  • So you'll shit on the black man and you'll be racist as fuck, but then you take the very

  • things that you're claiming that is what is making him

  • ignorant, and now you want to take those things

  • because they're cool.

  • I made a whole record about it calledHalf Nigga” a while ago.

  • It just breaks down everything that I've been through growing up.

  • To feel like you don't know where to fit in.

  • Man I swear every time I see an article pop up on CNN or some shit my heart drops like

  • Damn.”

  • North Korea fired a ballistic missile blah, blah, blah and I'm like, “Oh shit!"

  • I feel like these niggas going to hit us with a nuke soon bro.

  • Fucking around with Trump bro, that dude is reckless and Kim Jong-Un, the president over

  • there, that motherfucker don't play neither.

  • So it's like he ready to push that button bro.

  • Again, I was speaking from the perspective of somebody who's actually really full black

  • that is going through all of these things.

  • Getting harrassed by the police.

  • I would imagine it's enough to make somebody cry.

  • Again, my intention was to create a resolution.

  • To kind of get people to open up their minds a little bit.

There's no resolution.

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ジョイナー・ルーカス「I'm Not Racist」公式歌詞&意味 (Joyner Lucas "I'm Not Racist" Official Lyrics & Meaning)

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