lil wayne emmett till lyric

While most rappers shoot videos with beautiful women, fancy cars and jewels, Bey was strapped up, held down and gagging as a feeding tube was inserted up his nose.
Black history deserves to be regarded highly as well as we would anything else sacred in our society... let's please start treating it as such.
I never thought it would get so much attention. But I think overall with the whole situation, he did bring light in a positive
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Where do you set the line that cannot be crossed? Is art better served with attempts to sanitize and moralize art out of its provocative power? My answer is a resounding no!
The publicity of rapper Wayne's decidedly vulgar reference to Emmett Till -- whose scandalous murder in Mississippi in 1955 was considered by many as the impetus to the modern civil rights movement -- was, or so I thought, a teachable moment in my sociology classes at a black college.
And if that wasn't enough, Wayne took it one step further by making shocking claims about Miami Heat player, Chris Bosh's
Check out the Till family’s full letter to Lil Wayne here. The two-page letter, obtained exclusively by VIBE on February