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Discussion in 'Battle Video Archives' started by lightskintwin, Jul 14, 2012.

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  1. BoDiddley

    BoDiddley New Member

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    :omagpout: you must be new to this board
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  2. Midemceeon

    Midemceeon New Member

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    Im black and this is silly
    im using silly as a lighter word for..._____
    think about it nigga
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  3. HoustonLuu

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    The way I talk in front of my parents is the same exact way I talk to my friends and my bitch.

    Cmon tho. U think real deal has a conversation wit his son or his parents the same way he raps? Na he talks proper.

    All black people I kno or ever worked wit talk the same way. They not gonna curse n shit but they still talk exactly the same. I'm sure all black battlers are the same.
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  4. Agent0range

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    You never know, maybe Real Deal is hood as hell lol. Pittsburgh isn't all rainbows and unicorns, homie.

    There are white people who talk that way. You've never met those white trash motherfuck*ers lol?
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  5. reflexion

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    I guarantee Rone/Bender/Charron haven't tried to be black. And they all speak fine English in real life and in battles.
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  6. Agent0range

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    I don't even know who NotSure is.
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  7. JackDeuce

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    Kid Twist tries to act black ;)
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  9. reflexion

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    ^ bitch has a lazy eye

    Also shout out to lightskintwin for bringing out everybody's inner-racist from both sides of the argument, I commend you for that sir.
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  10. TripWire

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    Yeah, well I'm about to pick who my bitch will be. Help plz
    Las Vegas Escorts
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  11. Agent0range

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    Arite, I'm not mad at that at all.:omosalute:
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    she's cute

    does she know that you refer to her as a "bitch" on the internet?
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  13. FleeKan

    FleeKan always THAT nigga

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    It was a back and forth battle but white people took a clear decision on this one
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    hahahahahaha
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    [youtube]rV7ilFcozHs[/youtube]
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  16. reflexion

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    After watching this video, I figured out what this thread really means.

    Tyrone, I am sorry about slavery. I know something that ended over a century ago can still haunt one, but I sincerely apologize. If I could I would take it all back. But contemplate this... if white people (as evil as we were back then) didn't oppress your people into those terrible conditions, could hip hop really ever been created?

    Let me explain. Black people had to be very crafty in trying to escape, using various methods and strategies to get away from the devil cracka. Many developed songs and poems to help others aid in their escape. Eventually leading them to the safe haven of Canada.

    Popular songs that the former slaves used became very popular to the Canadian people, thus creating a genre of music that was invented directly off the institution that was slavery.

    In conclusion,
    Slavery caused black Canadians to create hip hop.
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  17. Agent0range

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    Those rappers they showed in those clips were extreme examples of "blacking up". I haven't seen any battle rappers who are that extreme.

    I do agree with some of what Mooney was saying, though. It can be a weird form of racism (whether it's done intentionally or not).
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  18. SuperNegger

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    The man to thank for all this is named Jelly Roll Morton. He started the ENTIRE movement we see in what is known today as hip hop..

    Lol @ Black Canadians making hip hop, good one!
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  19. J-Professional

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    This has to be the truth.
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  20. ISAACofKO

    ISAACofKO Fear the ears.

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    lol at OP... ur always taking things to race. smh

    By ur definition, blacks folks would have no say over who is or isn't a good basketball player because the sport was invented by whites, made a business by whites, & is still owned (and primarily ran/coached/etc) by white folks. Allen Iverson seemed to have one of the biggest ratios of black fans verses white ones... I guess he wasn't actually good huh? (AI is one of the best ever imo but by reputation I'm in my race's minority on that opinion).

    Then you'd tell me how much blacks have done for basketball- and you'd be right. Then I'd remind you that "rapping" was a spoken word music break tha was first recorded in COUNTRY music (see 1961's "Big John" & many more), white pop group Blondie had one of the 1st HIT songs to feature rap in it's full form on the song "Rapture" in 1981. Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" helped propel Run DMC to the biggest force making hip-hop an officially mainstream medium.

    Add Rick Rubin, The Beastie Boys, 3rd Base (including MC Serch who gave us Nas), House Of Pain, & the many white record execs that gave hip-hop a huge stage. AND THAT'S ALL BEFORE THE END OF THE 80'S. At Paid Dues I spoke with the old white man that discovered Easy-E & signed NWA. He worked with Pink Floyd, Elton John, & many other huge acts but called his work in hip-hop his most rewarding & important.

    OF COURSE, it was a movement not done by any one race- many were involved & african american culture played an enormous role & became the rightful face of hip-hop... but NO ONE has the patent or creative control to it.

    (and yeah us white ppl have unfortunately stolen lots of great things from the black community, but whites were deeply involved in hip-hop from the jump homie)
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