According to Huffington Post, rapper (former police officer) Rick Ross has a controversial new song out called ?Black & White? in which the rapper evokes the name of Trayvon Martin.
?Too close to a n***a as a motherf**king bomb/ Trayvon Martin, I’m never missing my target/ B***h n***as hating, tell me it’s what I’m parkin/ Wingstop owner, lemon pepper aroma/ Young, black n***a, barely got a diploma.?
Here we go again..apparently rappers still haven?t gotten the message that using murdered teenager?s names in their rhymes is not the business! We again find ourselves asking?how do you think it feels for a parent who learns that their murdered child?s name is being thrown into some rhyme scheme without any real meaning or value to it feels? That?s not hot B..on any level.
Ross later tried to offer an ?explanation? of his lyrics saying,
It?s so important that today…
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