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26 July, 2013@2:24 am

Raekwon expresses his disappointment that George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the killing of Trayvon Martin.

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6 Responses to "Raekwon Reacts to Trayvon Martin Verdict"
  • Atom says:

    These are the same people who would be like “I’ll BUST A CAP IN YOUR FACE FOR LOOKING AT ME WRONG” or get somebody fucked up on some street shit. Not sure if all these rappers realize they are hypocrites or are just ignorant to the case, or just feel like if they don’t say something they think they will lose their black fans. It’s probably a combination. I noticed rappers hypocrisies when I was only 10 years old listening to rap music, and these were grown ass men. lol. Pretty sad that at 10, I knew a lot of these people were straight ignorant and hypocrites, but good music is good music.

  • PMWilson says:

    You do realize that when 99% of MC’s rap about killing and destroying…it’s no different then watching a Rambo movie. It’s entertainment. That’s all it is. You need to learn to separate Raekwon the MC entertainer who weilds wu tang swords and sniffs yae yo vs Reakwon the human being who feels justice was not served when an innocent, unarmed 17 year old teenager was murdered.

  • yungplex says:

    @pmwilson thats real talk homie. These rapper dudes thats really bout that life are all on lock down or dead.

  • Atom says:

    That’s the oldest cop outs in the book. They’ve been using that since the early 90s. The whole Rambo/action movie thing. One difference is that these people rapping CONTINIOUSLY try to let others know how REAL THEY ARE. They also spread this REAL message to youths and tell them this is how to react in these situations. They never bring up “ALL MY GANGSTER RAPS AND WORDS ARE AN ACT” The only time a rapper brings that up is for other rappers or when that rapper is in a situation. I can’t speak on Raekwon’s criminal history, but I do know some of the other people commenting on the Trayvon situation do have real life criminal connections in their life, and they no problem killing people over far more ridiculous reasons.

  • PMWilson says:

    lol Atom. I hate to break the news to you. But it’s an act. It’s all an act for 99% of all MC’s. It’s bravado. It showmanship. It’s entertainment. It’s no different then when Al Pacino plays Scarface and he shoots up the joint. Or boasts how tough he is. Except MC’s do it to music. And having real life criminal connections doesn’t mean sh!t. Seriously man? As yungplex said, anyone who is really about that lifestyle is locked down or dead.

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