In the latest edition of "Punks Jump Up to Get Beat Down": Celebrated rapper and MC Lord Jamar—best known for his work with the socially "conscious" pioneering hip hop group Brand Nubian in the 1990s—continues to rant on hyper masulinity and gay men ...
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"This hip-hop s**t was made by masculine Black and Latino males. This is the alpha male s**t,” said Jamar on VLAD TV. "Not even the beta male who they’re pushing at us now. Your Drakes and your f**king Kendrick Lamars and all these softer type of dudes."
Radio host Star agreed. "Don’t promote the gay agenda as if it has more merit than the f**king Black Holocaust,” said Star. "I have no problems with gays—God bless you—but just remember the people that got you to this point were hosed, beaten, lynched, castrated and set a blaze. Nothing, with the exception of the Jewish Holocaust, surpasses the Black struggle."
Of course. Because "Black" and "gay" are mutually exclusive. "Gays" could never be Black, right? Right.
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Lord Jamar caused a huge controversy when he recently criticized Macklemore's marriage equality anthem "Same Love." Jamar also claimed that former radio host Mister Cee had "no place" in hip-hop after Cee was arrested for soliciting a male sex worker and "outed" for soliciting a cross-dressing video blogger. SMDH. Didn't you like Jamar so much better when he was a "Five Pecenter" and serving homomerotic thug realness on Oz?
And the comments on Mister Cee ...
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