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Re: Diddy ranks no. 1 on Forbes’ list of hip-hop’s richest

Kocolicious ·
All that money....and LOOK how focking selfish they are. Blackfolks MADE them rich...but! Do they give back? Hell focking no. Is why I have NO...not any...not one drop of RESPECT for these brothas. Nada. It is almost as if they really DON'T exist....when it comes to being an effective part of black culture that is. But!
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Re: 7 Rappers Giving Back to Their Hometowns These artists tackle societal change in song and on the street.

Kocolicious ·
I disagree with the statement "music is all we got." That's a LIE!!!! We have a rich history of winning against all odds where today people in many countries still struggle. It wasn't a battle that we won....we won the focking war except that black men referred back then as eunuchs and today as "coons" never got the memo that kissing massa's ass and sniffing on his whore daughter is against our moral code as a people. As a result? The rest of us slid back into the pit of hell of what we have...
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Re: Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL

Norland ·
I, personally, do not care whether or not we have an NFL or an ABC. I do want to know why grown people talk like toddlers!! What the hell is "taking a knee" or "taking a self-ie"? Either you're "kneeling" or "taking a picture of yourself." The English language is hard enough without talking like a bunch of clowns. Would someone tell DOTARD Kim Jong Un's real name so that he can stop calling him "Little Rocket Man?" That's dumb and disrespectful as all hell. Kim Jong Un's just as much a...
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Re: Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL

Kocolicious ·
I'm with you my sista I care LESS about playing with their balls i.e. football, basketball, baseball, golf etc. The sport I totally recognize is boxing...don't know why I just love it. Maybe because the only weapon is the hands....and they have to talented and quick hands along with the feet and the rhythm of the movement of the sport. But if Diddy wants to do something effective? Why not open up a few schools in the black community? Why not INVEST in the black community and create long...
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Re: Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL

Norland ·
These wealthy Black assholes need to send some drinkable water and bath water to the folks living in Puerto Rico. I feel so sorry for those people. But for the grace of God my Puerto Rican Wonders could be there too if their mother didn't give birth to them here; their grandmother's here too, but their great grand mother on the mother's side is in Puerto Rico. It's a damn shame how DOTARD's treating the Islanders. That's why he's getting so god damn ugly by the second because his heart's so...
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Diddy ranks no. 1 on Forbes’ list of hip-hop’s richest

EbonyRose ·
Diddy ranks no. 1 on Forbes’ list of hip-hop’s richest by Lilly Workneh | April 1, 2013 at 5:27 PM Diddy tops this year’s Forbes’ list of hip-hop’s wealthiest artists — and is joined by some of the genre’s other big cash kings. As the richest man in hip-hop, Diddy – also known as Sean Combs – has an estimated net worth of $580 million. The Bad Boy Records founder, formerly known as Puff Daddy (among a myriad of other aliases), has been involved in the music industry since 1993. Yet, Diddy’s...
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Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL

sunnubian ·
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS Home > Entertainment News Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL Diannah Watson, BlackAmericaWeb.com Leave a comment 291 39 The NFL this season has proven to be an ongoing battle after President Donald Trump fired shots against NFL players for taking a knee in peaceful protest against police brutality. Colin Kaepernick started the protest last year when he took a knee during a San Fransisco 49ers game. For that Kaepernick was kicked off of his team and has been unable to get...
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7 Rappers Giving Back to Their Hometowns These artists tackle societal change in song and on the street.

sunnubian ·
7 Rappers Giving Back to Their Hometowns These artists tackle societal change in song and on the street. SEP 4, 2016 | Gwendolyn Wu “Music is all we got,” the Chicago Children’s Choir sings on the opening tune of Chance the Rapper’s debut album. While the lyrics promote the power of music, Chance the Rapper is working to make sure his community can rely on more than a song. The 23-year-old Chicago native is one of many hip-hop artists who have used their platform as artists to give back to...
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