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SOOO 90's. Tough guys on the records, that's a thing, i'm scared. lool.
Let them sing the song in front of police officers, we'd got some fun. How about a free for a cop's funeral, victim of the gang, to see how tough they are ?
By the way, black people should appreciate that thugs puke hatred, threats, slur on live on the name of the Community...
@olifaxe More 80's than 90's...like Alf
@ElegantDecline what you fucking on about ALF? you mean married with children!
And you wonder why police beat you???
i dont like this ***** music but it is preety good,im a beatles,stones,who,floyd,elo,rainbow, fan
These thugs should have been shot 20 years ago
The only thing I agree with nwa on probably.
I'm Spanish,and I'm an officer, they have never told me in the academy or at work to beat or to be harassing black people, and to respect the amendments specially the 1st Freedom of speech, and the fourth amendment unreasonable search and seizure, so if you are not doing anything wrong i don't have any right to search your crap, or arrest you. It depends on every officers discretion. For some bad individuals in law enforcement that tarnish the badge and make us look like pigs. As some black gu More..ys make black people look like drug addicts and thugs. Less..
Rap sucks monkey balls.
i like the music,nice:)
I hope now White folks are beginning to understand what the old-time rappers were so upset about, now that the police state extends its grip to not just the Blacks but to all. Perhaps now they'll feel the pain and share the feeling of injustice that is the subject of 90's rap. The lyrics say it all.
Good stuff aged well.
PS: RIP E-Z.
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