Looking back at RZA's comments on the South

KingJamalKingJamal Posts: 20,667
http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhkT4L06O3TpxK6i07
I was speaking on the education level in the South, how brothers drop out ... in the sixth grade -- some of them because they have to go to work, some of them because of the poverty, some because they're not interested in the education system... I was speaking on the education level in the South, how brothers drop out ... in the sixth grade -- some of them because they have to go to work, some of them because of the poverty, some because they're not interested in the education system...If anybody got a question of what I say, they can ask me. I fear no man. I fear no MC's talent," he said. "But I definitely know when you young, you feel a certain way. At one point, we as Wu-Tang was like, 'The whole industry is wack besides Wu-Tang.' That was our energy, our spirit

It's just the way RZA talks undermines his entire argument lmao
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