This Is Why Kanye West Offends Me

So, let me keep it a buck, son. On the real, I never thought I’d write about Kanye West again, man. I mean, at this point, I’ve said damn near everything I could possibly say, fam. But, I’ve learned something new from his most recent press run, bruh: his support of Donald Trump is not the main thing that irks me, people. Like, I have the ability to understand someone’s point of view and still vehemently disagree with them. However, that’s my problem, folks. Kanye literally doesn’t have a point and his lack of knowledge is INCREDIBLY irritating.

Ok, before I continue, let me explain what I mean when I say that Kanye doesn’t know shit about shit. Now, take people like Ann Coulter and Tomi Lahren. Both of these women have the capacity to speak in coherent phrases and sentences. It just so happens that I hate EVERYTHING that comes out of their respective mouths. On the other hand, Kanye is completely unable to construct a logical argument for his beliefs. Shit, he’s been wearing a MAGA hat for about a year and he still can’t explicitly explain why he supports Trump. All I know is, “dragon energy” isn’t a thing and Kanye’s too grown to be this fucking elementary.

As another example, just the other day, he was walking around wearing his beloved MAGA hat and a Colin Kaepernick sweater. Well, what’s the science behind that, Kanye? No, “unity” and “love” is not a good enough reason for this display. Hell, Trump has used his platform on NUMEROUS occasions to take aim directly at Kaepernick. So, wearing both articles of clothing does nothing to improve relations, son. Listen, if Kanye were able to clearly outline his thoughts, I’d at least respect him. I would still hate everything about it, but at least I’d understand what’s going on in his head. As this moment, he’s a walking symbol of confusion and he really, REALLY needs to disappear, man.

In the end, go away, Kanye! Ultimately, I don’t want that Yandhi album and I don’t want that Good Ass Job album. By and by, Chance the Rapper should’ve left that idea in the mid-2000s where it originated. At the end of the day, I’m beyond tired of the stupidity, fam. All I can say is, Kanye needs to either read a book or just fall into the Bermuda Triangle. *Sigh* How about both, bruh? That is all. LC out.

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Let’s All Laugh At Tomi Lahren

Well, well, well, what do we have here, son? Tomi Lahren actually got herself suspended by Glenn Beck and TheBlaze. The crazy thing is, she got put on ice for the least likely comment. So, out of all of the stooooooooopid things this woman has said, her show got temporarily pulled for being pro-choice on abortion rights? Ain’t that about a bitch, bruh? Now, maybe I’m petty, but I got a good chuckle out of this story, son. After eons of regurgitating stale conservative ideals, Lahren got suspended for actually having a thought of her own. Welp, with all of that being said, I think today is a good day to make fun of Tomi Lahren.

So, Lahren went on The View this past Friday and shared some of her useless worldly analysis. Now, while speaking about women’s rights, she stated that she is pro-choice because of her desire for “limited government.” Meaning, she believes the government shouldn’t be allowed to tell women what to do with their bodies. Needless to say, that didn’t go over well with her conservative base, son. I mean, pro-life is one of the tenants of right-wing ideology, man.

For example, when Rick Santorum ran for president, he flatly said that rape victims shouldn’t be allowed to have abortions. In his words, the baby would be a “gift from God.” Shit, if that ain’t an extreme belief, then I don’t know what is, bruh. On the real, too many grown ass men are fiercely invested in what women do with their own bodies. All in all, Lahren picked the wrong fight with the wrong group of irrational people.

Now, before I continue, I’d like everyone to keep one thing in mind. This woman isn’t pro-choice because she cares about her fellow women. In fact, she used the Republican template of “limited government” to support her beliefs. So, in actuality, she thought she was riding with her home team and it backfired. That’s hilarious because it’s so idiotic, son. She thought she had allies and her constituents were like “NOPE!” At this point, maybe if she had more real thoughts of her own, then she wouldn’t have to rely on half-cooked doctrines to survive. All I know is, she continuously showcases the fact that she has no idea what the fuck she’s talking about, man. *Sigh* Go home, Tomi, you’re drunk.

In the end, no one feels sorry for Lahren, man. People with common sense already couldn’t stand her and now she’s at odds with her own peers. Way to go, champ! Good luck trying to get back in the right-wing’s good graces. She’s going to have to go extra hard with the racism, sexism and xenophobia, son. All I can say is, I’m not looking forward to the nonsense, bruh. LC out.

P.S. I find it amazing that Lahren can compare Black Lives Matter to the Ku Klux Klan, but gets suspended for this. America is a wonderful place, isn’t it? Siiiiiiiiiiiike!

Did Charlamagne Tha God Sell Out?

Sooooo, even in the middle of writing this post, I could already feel the backlash, son. In any case, I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t persevere, man. With that being said, I feel like everyone got Charlamagne Tha God‘s point about Tomi Lahren wrong. Now, when I say that, I’m not even discussing his decision to hang out with her on the streets of New York. That’s a much different, and troubling, point entirely. In actuality, I’m talking about the Twitter shitstorm he started when he expressed his desire to see more liberals and minority women have a “platform” as visible as Lahren’s. In all honesty, if we really think about it, that’s what all of us “woke” people should want. We should all be fighting to control our own narratives and present them to the most people as possible.

Now, before I continue, let me get one thing out of the way: I disagree with literally EVERYTHING that comes out of Tomi Lahren’s mouth. On the real, her basic lack of knowledge, coupled with the arrogance she speaks with, irks me to my core. Here’s the thing, though: every time she says something flippantly stupid, it goes viral and we all waste our time trying to debate her. By riling us all up, she’s accomplishing the exact thing she set out to do. Her ratings only increase and the idiots who follow her only feel empowered. Being real, if we had more direct competition to her piss pile of a show, we’d be able to cut down on her “influence.” I mean, look at what happens any time someone actually challenges her. Trevor Noah made her look like a fool on The Daily Show. The more we’re on everyone’s radar, the more we can rid our society of trolls like Lahren.

Moving on, when I say we need more direct competition, I’m well aware of the fact there a number of women who are already doing their thing. Whether we’re talking about Crissle West, Jamilah Lemieux or Franchesca Ramsey, there are a number of Black women who are talking that real and not letting the bullshit slide. The way I see it, their platforms need to be MUCH larger than Lahren’s, this way our country can actually achieve the progress it desperately needs. Hell, as much “woke” shit as I write, I’d like to see my own message travel further. However; I don’t want to seem selfish in my intentions. In any case, the more people who are engaged, the stronger our movement will become.

In the end, I may disagree with how Charlamagne phrased his point, but I believe the logic is there. The more visible we are, the more impactful our voices will be. Now, I’m not going to front like I have all of the answers on how to get the exposure we need, but in all seriousness, it’s extremely important for our perspectives to be shown. Ultimately, “words mean things” like Kid Fury would say. Charlamagne may just need to work on his delivery. Good day.