Black Women's Improvement Project (BWIP)

Lil Wayne is a BIG Pain: the dung that is rap music and the unbridled coloracism it breeds

Somebody left the cage open, fed him after midnight, threw him in a pool. The miscreant, the walking, talking pile of horse shite that is Lil Wayne and his little minions of malformed, maladjusted, maladaptive malcontents have done it again. Oh…surprise. Lil Wayne thinks dark women are ugly. So what’s new?

What’s new is that I’ve had about enough already. This machine that is hood rap music is a pulsing pock of pus that needs a big, fire-sanitized needle pricked right in the middle of it. That’s how you make scum buckets like Lil Wayne go away. Expel the gook, let it scab, then let it heal.

By now, Twitter is aflame with an alleged letter written by two young women unfortunate enough to make The Gremlins’ acquaintance. I can picture it now–the whole lot of them in a theatre watching Snow White and trashing the joint:

And these two ladies who came in, not so unsuspecting that they were about to meet the crew, allegedly wrote this to blogger Nichole Bitchy:

Destiny wrote:

My friend Tammy is a model she had a couple of photo shoots to go to in miami ..after going to her photoshoots we met up with mack maine from young money, he then took us to a hotel a couple of other girls were there and so was lil wayne, guda guda, lil chuckee, and birdman. My friend Tammy is light skin and me and my friend jessica are dark skinned chicks, when we entered the room guda guda was like “damn ya’ll pretty to be dark skin” and then wayne quoted a verse from one of his songs that said “Beautiful Black Woman i bet that b*tch look better red”.

I heard the song before and i was offended when i heard the lyrics i brushed my feelings off and forgot about what the gremlin said, but him saying it over again made me angry as hell, tammy was looking in shock and jessica was clearly upset ,so me being the outspoken person that i am i said Wayne your daughter is dark skin so why would u say such ignorance. he then said “my daughter is a dark skin millionaire thats the difference between her and u”. Is this fool serious?

I can tell he was very upset because i brought his daughter up but that is no excuse for what he said next he stated “MY daughter is the first and last dark skin child im having, the rest of my baby moms light skin chicks i even got an asian baby moms to make sure i have a daughter with good hair, too bad we had a son”, everybody start laughing and me and jessica stormed out of the room and some guys followed us saying “not everybody hate dark skin girls Young Money just allergic to Chocolate”, of course me and my girls cursed them out..

I will never buy or listen to young money songs again and the rest of the dark skin girls shouldnt buy them either! F*CKN JERK

Read more: Did Lil Wayne Really Say That? | Necole

Now I’ll admit, I have NEVER, EVER heard a word of Lil Wayne’s “music,” because honestly, I don’t think I have the gastrointestinal constitution. But of course, LW and his little gang of gremlins are doing damage control Tweeting all over the place about how “we’re colorblind” blah, blah, BLEH! **swallowing down the throw-up in my mouth**

So one could argue that the letter was inauthentic. But what is for certain, Mr. Wayne has PLENTY of lyrics that denigrate dark-skinned women, and how they shout to the roof tops for thier love of “red bones.”

Exhibit A:

So, even if the little rotten turd didn’t say what he said that night, no matter. We have proof because HE RAPS ABOUT IT ALL THE TIME!!!

I know a lot of you ladies don’t listen to this ear-melting music, but I bet you know someone who does. Or, maybe you are a fan, and you’re all secret in the closet about it. Either way, IT. NEEDS. TO. STOP.

Boycott rap music completely until these DBR’s wake up and grow some sense. I mean it. Anyone who grew up in the 90’s knows that hip hop once was about social justice, philosophy and even humor. It’s all gone, gone, gone. So, if you’re a rap fan of today’s toxic turd-laden tunes, you need to find a new hobby. Or get into a different genre of music. Try Frank Sinatra. Nat King Cole, Mozart, Yani, Michael Jackson/Bolton or Buble or my MOST FAVORITE, Earth, Wind & Fire:

Now that’s music! AND I didn’t hear not one reference to ANY of those guys wanting to pick at red bones on that one night in September–do you?

Seriously. Record labels, producers, rappers are all in collusion to put (and I don’t not exaggerate) the Black Community (if there even is one) on a collision course in which all of us will be praying, begging for forgiveness and singing kumbaya as we all rapidly decend to Hell in a handbasket. Or Radio Flyer wagon. Whichever the vehicle that takes us to our doom, none of it will be pretty.

Tell ya kids. Tell ya friends. Tell ya wife. Hide ya kids from this EVIL. Again, some of you think I’m exaggerating the magnititude of the problem. With that I ask you this: If you think songs don’t indoctrinate people, let me ask you a question–how did you learn your ABC’s?

And a sure as you know that tune, so do millions of other weak minded individuals that soak in the words of men so hungry for money that they would give The Handbasket and/or Radio Flyer Wagon the BIG push to send us on our way.

Period. End of rant.

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