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10-17-2019, 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Kid Dynomite View Post
My answer is no!

Just disrespectful

You would not have used that choice of words to address a Asian or Indian or Hawaiian...

It is something taught by someone most likely racist...

Kd

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Is it disrespectful to sing the "N" word in a rap song that was published, sold and played millions of times on the radio, internet, awards shows, etc. if you are NOT of the same race as the rapper?

If a person isn't a person of color and purchases the song, are they not allowed to sing the song they purchased?

If not, then shouldn't the songs be BANNED and not allowed to be played or sold?

https://www.newsday.com/entertainmen...lur-1.37584705

Gina Rodriguez apologizes twice for singing lyric with racial slur
  
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