That Evil Hip-Hop Culture!!

Hello dear reader(s)!

I’ve been bombarding everyone with posts and tweets about important issues.  And I’m not ashamed or apologetic for that, but if you know anything about me, it is that I can’t be consistent for very long.  Well, that’s not entirely true, since there is a message inside this post, but it is definitely going to be a bit more lighthearted.

I’ve tagged this post with the Humor tag because I am going to mention Rand Paul.

There’s the joke.  Get it?  Rand Paul?

(See, because Rand Paul is a joke.)

For those of you who have been tuning out the events of the last few days specifically (but that have been really happening much longer) then you may have missed how Rand Paul (get it?, there’s that joke again) has blamed the Baltimore events on Hip-Hop culture and bad parenting.  Rand Paul (get it?), the same Rand Paul with the son who was arrested and charged with assault while he was off campaigning.  Rand Paul (get it?), the best leader by example.  What a parent!  I wonder if he called his child a “thug” when he found out.  Something we’ll have to ask after his concession speech.  Anyway, I’d like to present to you, if you do not mind, some evil hip-hop that is surely responsible for racial strife and tension.

WARNING:  This music may cause you to take to the streets and act out violently.  Viewer discretion is advised.  

Now, I’m sorry for inciting you to riot by posting this evil hip-hop music.  (Okay, maybe not pure hip-hop in all cases but definitely goes with hip-hop culture.)  Now, don’t you feel angry and want to go destroy things?  It must be this!  It couldn’t possibly be anything else, right?

This music, this devil music has got to be banned!  We can not allow good ‘Mercans to be persuaded to going out and shaking things like a Polaroid picture, or busting moves.  We know what that is code for.  Shaking cities.  Breaking windows.  We know it isn’t innocent.  We must support Rand Paul (get it?) in his efforts to eradicate this awful problem from our great nation!


Author: Josh Wrenn

Cancer survivor, wanna-be artist, musician, author, and all around good guy.

17 thoughts on “That Evil Hip-Hop Culture!!”

  1. White people are just mad that hip hop is so popular with their own kids. The same thing happened when rock and roll became popular:

    “But rock & roll did present black musical forms — and consequently, black sensibilities and black causes — to a wider (and whiter) audience than ever before…”

    (And I can’t help wondering what Rand Paul would look like with a buzz cut.)

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  2. Holy crap…Little Man and Baby Girl listen to Hey Ya regularly. Are they destined to become little rioters? Perhaps aided by their mother riot organizer?!

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  3. Music has nothing to do with this sort of incident,most of it is down bad parenting skills,I’m not saying Bad parents just that a lot of parents just don’t have the skills to be great parents,though some just don’t care.Time to start teaching parenting skills in schools,xx Speedy’s mum Rachel


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