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  • Re: YouTuber continues to date girl with video of train leaks out

    Westie wrote: »
    Westie wrote: »
    I think a lot of you that show so much disdain for women are sexually deprived or closeted. Those are the only possibilities.

    shit like that should be disclosed up front tho. Kinda like you married a nigga and one day you get an email talmbout "Westie, here's an update list of sex offenders in your area" and that nigga's mugshot is in the email with y'all's address.

    I gts 1st btw

    Also, a sex offender does ILLEGAL shit. The 2 don't compare.

    the fact that you correlate legal, consensual sex that a woman chooses to have, with a pedophile or a rapist Shows you have some issues with female sexuality that you need to address babe.

    The fact that you think that all registered sex offenders are rapists and pedophiles shows just how fuckin' ignorant you are.

    And see, this is where you're dead fucking wrong. Next time you wanna try to make a point, make sure you know what the fuck you're talking about.

    In at least 25% of the states in this country, you can be placed on the sex offender registry for public urination.
    In at least 6 states you can be forced to register for getting caught with a hooker.
    In EVERY state you can be forced to register for getting caught fucking in a car, in a park, or on a beach or any public place.
    In the majority of the country you can be placed on the registry if you're seen naked in your own home through a window from the street or sidewalk.
    Along those lines, if you're seen having sex or rubbing one out through a window or open doorway while in your own home you're pretty much guaranteed a spot on the registry.
    In the majority of the country streaking, flashing titties, ass, pussy, or dick for fun, or anything that falls under the definition of "indecent exposure" could get you on the registry as well and it WILL get you on it if they can prove you did it for some sort of sexual gratification.

    You can be placed on the registry and never touch another person or have any desire to. You and your man have prolly fucked in the car at least once. If you had been seen by someone and they called the cops, the chances are extremely high that you would be a registered sex offender right now.

    You've probably had sex in a car. Lord knows how many times I've done it back in the day. I've also gotten road head too and you've prolly given it to your man a time or two.

    All of that shit is illegal and depending on the state we'd all be registered sex offenders had we been caught in the act.
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  • Re: YouTuber continues to date girl with video of train leaks out

    Westie wrote: »
    Its funny how every woman is calling him a simp and a sucka in that other thread, saying she doesn't respect him.

    Yet you got dudes in here throwing on the cape. "Bu..bu..if he's happy and can look past it" this ain't Disney nigga. She's more than likely still getting blowed out.

    Who raised u niggas?

    The better question is why is anyone so bothered about a relationship that is consensual, legal, and not affecting you in any way possible.


    It can affect them. The normalization of the expectation that known hoes will still be wifed and paraded about is what's going on here. This is nothing more than Kim K/Paris Hilton at the Youtuber level. Shit like this starts big and trickles down from there. Next thing you know some basic broad in a well viewed shaky-cam video on Shesfreaky.com taking 6 dicks in the middle of a busy laundromat is gonna believe that shit don't count anymore and strut around here like her pussy don't stink, nose in the air 'cause she genuinely believes she's better than a dude with his shit together.
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  • Re: Cultural Vultures Are Taking Rap Over

    The Recipe wrote: »
    I was on spotify today riding with my girl and kids, I couldnt listen to Freddy vs Jason they think thats wack. So I decided to check the top records in the US to my surprise 4 out of the 5 top songs on spotify are white rapper I was disgusted.

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    Had a nigga riding like this

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    White boys been a part of hip hop since the beginning tho.

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    ^^^ Beastie Boy's first hip hop joint, released in '83.

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    ^^^ (Gordon Bahary, one half of Twilight 22, creators of "Electric Kingdom")

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    ^^^ Arthur Baker, artist behind 1984's "Breaker's Revenge".


    Nah b, White boys always been a part of hip hop.
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  • Re: Pete Rock defends ole heads in music and explains why newer artist music don’t get no respect ...

    Matike85 wrote: »
    SneakDZA wrote: »
    Matike85 wrote: »
    my question to Pete would be instead of talking shit why not embrace the young boy movement and you and them can both learn something. 90s rappers are really arrogant

    You can say the same about these new niggas too

    These young niggas don't be bothering nobody!

    Yes they do, come on bro you know better

    Who ? Brah they don't be wanting no problems. All they want is lean pills and bitches. Like you don't think niggas in the 80s hated the 90s and early 2000s . That didn't deter them from doing them!

    Nah b, a lot of them cats from the 80's was still droppin heat in the 90's. RunDMC, BDP/KRS-ONE, EPMD, Special Ed, MC Lyte, Rakim, and a grip of other MC's were still bringing it back in the 90's.

    But 2Pac said To De La Soul on Against all odd ... " Niggas Looking Like Larry Holmes Old, flabby, and sick then try playa hate on my shit" ...
    De La Soul was considered an old heads by 1996 and and came out in 1989

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    I hate to break it to you but Tupac was just one guy with his own personal opinion (who happened to be in his feelings about De La Soul at the time since he thought they were shitting on him).

    De La just did a world tour and released a grammy nominated album.
    Matike85 wrote: »
    my question to Pete would be instead of talking shit why not embrace the young boy movement and you and them can both learn something. 90s rappers are really arrogant

    You can say the same about these new niggas too

    These young niggas don't be bothering nobody!

    Yes they do, come on bro you know better

    Who ? Brah they don't be wanting no problems. All they want is lean pills and bitches. Like you don't think niggas in the 80s hated the 90s and early 2000s . That didn't deter them from doing them!

    Nah b, a lot of them cats from the 80's was still droppin heat in the 90's. RunDMC, BDP/KRS-ONE, EPMD, Special Ed, MC Lyte, Rakim, and a grip of other MC's were still bringing it back in the 90's.

    But 2Pac said To De La Soul on Against all odd ... " Niggas Looking Like Larry Holmes Old, flabby, and sick then try playa hate on my shit" ...
    De La Soul was considered an old heads by 1996 and and came out in 1989

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    Bruh, De La was still droppin heat in 2000.

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    AOI: Mosaic Thump debuted at #9 on Billboard in 2000.



    "Oooh" was a hit song. Shit stayed in radio and video rotation back then.


    Fuck what Pack was talmbout.
    Matike85 wrote: »
    my question to Pete would be instead of talking shit why not embrace the young boy movement and you and them can both learn something. 90s rappers are really arrogant

    You can say the same about these new niggas too

    These young niggas don't be bothering nobody!

    Yes they do, come on bro you know better

    Who ? Brah they don't be wanting no problems. All they want is lean pills and bitches. Like you don't think niggas in the 80s hated the 90s and early 2000s . That didn't deter them from doing them!

    Nah b, a lot of them cats from the 80's was still droppin heat in the 90's. RunDMC, BDP/KRS-ONE, EPMD, Special Ed, MC Lyte, Rakim, and a grip of other MC's were still bringing it back in the 90's.

    But 2Pac said To De La Soul on Against all odd ... " Niggas Looking Like Larry Holmes Old, flabby, and sick then try playa hate on my shit" ...
    De La Soul was considered an old heads by 1996 and and came out in 1989

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    And they still around, where Tupac at? Shit De La here this month and the show is sold out
    5 Grand wrote: »
    Matike85 wrote: »
    my question to Pete would be instead of talking shit why not embrace the young boy movement and you and them can both learn something. 90s rappers are really arrogant

    You can say the same about these new niggas too

    These young niggas don't be bothering nobody!

    Yes they do, come on bro you know better

    Who ? Brah they don't be wanting no problems. All they want is lean pills and bitches. Like you don't think niggas in the 80s hated the 90s and early 2000s . That didn't deter them from doing them!

    Nah b, a lot of them cats from the 80's was still droppin heat in the 90's. RunDMC, BDP/KRS-ONE, EPMD, Special Ed, MC Lyte, Rakim, and a grip of other MC's were still bringing it back in the 90's.

    But 2Pac said To De La Soul on Against all odd ... " Niggas Looking Like Larry Holmes Old, flabby, and sick then try playa hate on my shit" ...
    De La Soul was considered an old heads by 1996 and and came out in 1989

    aicf3wd2qqc4.gif

    Its unbelievable how 2Pac stans can turn a Pete Rock thread into a 2Pac thread.

    B...b...but if Pac lived he would have started Death Row East with Eric B and they would have taken over the East coast.

    This confirm yall East Coast Bias... West Coast, Down South, MidWest Niggas... Did not give AF about De La Soul in 1996...
    Do or Die, OutKast, Master P, and 2Pac had more impact albums in 96 than De la Soul...Po Pimp, Atliens, Ice Cream Man, All Eyes on Me, & Makaveli had stronger impact on the streets than De La Soul Stakes Is High Album in 96... New York Niggas like Pete Rock stay hating... Typical Crab Ass East Coast Nigga Mentality

    Speak on shit you know about bruh. I'm FROM THE MIDWEST. We was knockin De La Soul all day long in Tha D. At the same time we were banging Outkast, pretty much anything from Oakland and LA, Houston shit, and Memphis shits.

    But that wasn't the point of my post. If you actually took the time to READ and COMPREHEND shit, you would UNDERSTAND that the point was that, as I said earlier, there were cats from the 80's that were still droppin hot albums throughout the 90's and into the 2000's. The album I pointed out dropped in 2000 and debuted in the Billboard Top 10 and the single and video got a lot of video and radio play.

    In '96 the video for "Stakes Is High" was gettin burn on radio and especially video rotation. That video alone stayed in the Rap City countdown for weeks.
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  • Re: Pete Rock defends ole heads in music and explains why newer artist music don’t get no respect ...

    Matike85 wrote: »
    my question to Pete would be instead of talking shit why not embrace the young boy movement and you and them can both learn something. 90s rappers are really arrogant

    You can say the same about these new niggas too

    These young niggas don't be bothering nobody!

    Yes they do, come on bro you know better

    Who ? Brah they don't be wanting no problems. All they want is lean pills and bitches. Like you don't think niggas in the 80s hated the 90s and early 2000s . That didn't deter them from doing them!

    Nah b, a lot of them cats from the 80's was still droppin heat in the 90's. RunDMC, BDP/KRS-ONE, EPMD, Special Ed, MC Lyte, Rakim, and a grip of other MC's were still bringing it back in the 90's.

    But 2Pac said To De La Soul on Against all odd ... " Niggas Looking Like Larry Holmes Old, flabby, and sick then try playa hate on my shit" ...
    De La Soul was considered an old heads by 1996 and and came out in 1989

    aicf3wd2qqc4.gif

    Bruh, De La was still droppin heat in 2000.

    Art_Official_Intelligence_Mosaic_Thump.jpg

    AOI: Mosaic Thump debuted at #9 on Billboard in 2000.



    "Oooh" was a hit song. Shit stayed in radio and video rotation back then.


    Fuck what Pack was talmbout.
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