this is the second most ignorant shyt i've read... not being alove during the civil rights movement makes the use of that word by a white person okay? Oh yea...it's not being used in a racist context, so that makes it okay... first off...i'm not one of ya little rapmusic buddies, i'm a grown ass man, so kill that noise about doin shyt in my face...you'd get smacked and beat the fukk down... second...the origin of the word MANDATES that it be racial charged when ever used by the oppressors. You can play ignorant to this fact by avoiding the burden placed upon you by your ancestors by looking for an out because YOU didn't cause the negativity associated with the word, or that YOU weren't even alive when all of this happened...but guess what, you're alive right now, and the overt discrimination has been replaced with more deviant measures that make the word nygga more relevant now than ever.... you, like many other blind, deaf and dumb people of all races, would rather forget, not see, and just blend into one color blind society...but how can we move forward when you bigots refuse to clean up your own mess, cause regardless of the word, the SENTIMENT still exists, the profiling still exists, the glass ceiling still exists, the racism STILL exists... the people who witnessed the visible autrocities, and those who caused them won't be buried with what they started or witnessed...it lives on, more hidden, and less accepted because you priveleged white folk think it's not fair you have to pay for shyt that those who commited the crimes never did. Then you have uppity ****s, who have tasted a piece of that american pie and say "look at me, I did it, why can't you poor black person?"...the great divide, forcing uppity nygga A against disgruntled nygga B with ignorant crakka A co-signed by that uppity fukka like :"look, even a black person agrees with me, so I have a right to think this way"... you may find it ironic I use the word nygga and tell you, white people can't...and it's very simple...when I arrived at the #9 university in the nation, I was met with racism, and I was a nygga to them...when I graduated from said university, I was met with racism, and I was STILL a nygga to them. I understand this, and I diffuse the word, take away it's power, and force people to face me, abrasive intelligent NYGGA, until I am no longer NYGGA in any of their eyes. I can't let the word die, my nygga, cause even without it, I'm still a nygga in thought and heart, and I won't accept that. how defiant is it to use a word of oppression, as a form of comradery and standing bold in the face of the oppressor, refusing to let them use the word they introduced, until it lacks meaning? and I mean TRUTHFULLY, lacks meaning. That's power right there. but enough of the socio-political jargon, i'm not here to teach you little kids, and I appologize to DZK, whom I've only really known as burrymore...you have talent, always have, but you on some ignorant shyt that you should be above. keep it moving.