October 18, 2011

David Banner visits Occupy Wall Street and questions Hip Hop and "Our Culture"

Rapper David Banner made a recent appearance on BET's 106 & Park and ranted on Black music, culture, and men putting on dresses in the movies.

He also talked to MTV prior to going to the on-going "Occupy Wall Street" protest in New York and said:

"One of my only criticisms of hip-hop right now is that we all … have become so corporate that people don’t even feel like we’re a part of the people especially rappers... People always felt like we were them, we were their voice. You look at what happened with Troy [Davis]. We’re still at war, we’re in a recession, where’s that in the music? I don’t hear that in the music."

-It's probably hard for people to relate to a video featuring a "just for the heck of it and you can't" chopped-up and mutilated Maybach.

Just because you're rich enough to own a $350,000 car, do you take something most people (that would be 99% of the population) could never dream of owning and tear it up for a charitable donation afterwards? See the video below in case you didn't get the reference.

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