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FLASHBACK: Ali Vegas Exposes The Rituals He Saw Rappers Do For Fame

FLASHBACK INTERVIEW: Ali Vegas Exposes The Rituals He Saw Rappers Do For Fame:

 

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Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

I find it so interesting that the ONLY people I’ve ever heard talk this openly about the satanic reality of fame are black people. I’ve seen quite a few talk about it and how they walked away because they weren’t willing to sell their soul. When you see people taking a stand against that and maintaining sovereignty over themselves because that’s more important to them than the shiny objects satan offers them, it makes the reality of what all those Hollywood slaves are doing so much more disgusting and pathetic.

Anon
Anon
1 month ago
Reply to  Iliketrees

Why can’t black people speak English properly

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Anon

Ebonics is a product of being raised in a poor environment with little education. My moms family doesn’t speak it because they all have a decent education and environment despite them being from uptown in my city.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
aeon
aeon
1 month ago

what is “proper english” anyway? english is a global language and there are numerous variations, accents, versions…i personally like ebonics because i like hip hop culture, especially the old school (Africa Bambaata, Africa Islam, Grandmaster Flash, etc…) and everytime someone blasts something about proper english i simply dont understand…only in uk alone there are variants of language that abroad people hardly catch the word listening to…and that is good, every spoken language is living and utilised by culture and society, its not like coding language for programming…

Mo E
Mo E
1 month ago
Reply to  Anon

Cultural influence.

Blacks in the US from the end of slavery until the 1960s were actually very educated and well put together. So much so that they founded their own universities and even built prospoering communities.

Drugs, rap, and most importantly, demoralization and state sponsored single motherhood broke these communities.

Anon
Anon
1 month ago
Reply to  Mo E

Ok ill take you reply of cultural influence for now. You just have to understand some black people think it’s cool (to speak ebonics) but from the outside in people will think you’re dumb.

Last edited 1 month ago by Anon
Mo E
Mo E
1 month ago
Reply to  Anon

Coming from a Black man btw

TigerLily
TigerLily
1 month ago
Reply to  Anon

Why is it that on every platform, any time someone pays a compliment to the black community, someone feels compelled to undermine it? Answer that, peckerwood.

Josh
Josh
1 month ago

He’s talking about how folks have to submit to unnatural acts in order to get promoted. No booty, no bag.

aeon
aeon
1 month ago

there has been a good article about Puff Daddy’s label and young artists forced to produce obscene and explicit works by record managers (j00s) telling them to rap about violence, prostitution, drug dealing etc…and Puff’s involvenment in dark and occult…that article is still to find on VC i guess