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  1. To Bill Cosby and Oprah Winfrey,

    Many members of Generation X and generation Y are disgusted, bitter, and angry. Some express their bitterness via hip-hop. I’m sure they don’t understand the source of their bitterness, and baby-boomers aren’t teaching them anything of substance, real value; just more lies.

    The explanation provided by prominent baby-boomers and their minions for the disgust, bitterness and anger exhibited by many members of generation X and Y is rather glib. Some say with a straight face, “it’s because black families don’t have fathers in the household”. Now I’m a baby-boomer and a man of faith. But given such a deceitful and disgusting explanation, gangsta rap seems to be an acceptable outlet for their added frustration.

    Here is some straight talk my friends. Generation X and Y are disgusted, bitter, and angry because prominent baby-boomers have misled them. For the love of money, they have willfully allowed two black generations to be born into the world without a pot to piss in collectively. African American children have no institutions capable of meeting their basic needs, food, clothing, shelter, employment, education, etc. They are hopelessly dependent on and subject to the will of other groups of people that have institutions for their spiritual/ physical survival on earth. By default, many are forced to “taxi to the dark side” if they are to live a life with basic necessities.

    As for me, I can’t be hypocritical and criticize hip-hopers without having first castigated baby-boomers. Any black person born into the world without physical structures, institutions, to give them support is within his/her rights to refer to the generation responsible as nappy headed hoes, bitches, coons, and niggers with no apologies.

  2. Bill Cosby dropping a hip hop album? I love it. However I’m very disapointed in hearing that Bill actually won’t rap on the album himself and is instead enlisting no name emcees. One of my fellow bloggers over on Highbrid Nation reported on Bill’s album and I decided to make a plea in the comments section to Bill to let me ghost write for him and I even wrote some rhymes for Bill. Funny stuff, check it out when you get a chance.

    But anyway, I ain’t mad at Bill, he comes across as an angry old man but a lot of what he says is wrong in the inner city is very on point.

  3. Bill Cosby is my hero.

    I hope he’s got some good production on this, cause as we all know:

    hot tracks + hot rhymes = dope songs


    wack tracks + hot rhymes = dope songs w/no play or props

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