Last week when I started this segment, I never thought that I would say as many eye-rolling things about Hip Hop over a seven day period. Like I said before, even though I am sincere about my feelings about the genre that I love the most, some times I get tired of hearing myself talk. It's to the point that if somebody belted me in the mouth mid sentence, as I damn near lectured them on my Hip Hop analogies, I would understand their sudden violent outburst. Granted, in retaliation I would try to put their miserable ass through a fucking wall, but I would still understand why they did what they did. Anyway, here is me talking to a stripper while she is grinding on me, explaining the similarities between Barry Bond's critics and Hip Hop critics.
HumanityCritic: "Yeah baby, that's how I like it. I have one massive "chubby". But anyway, like I was saying, the criticism of Barry Bonds and Hip Hop has a familiar theme because certain people use it to mask their racism. For example, there are people out there who don't have a racist bone in their body who have legitimate reasons to dislike Barry, the Balco stuff, the books about him, I respect that. But sadly there is a racist element who just hate Barry for who he is, and they use some of the respectable critiques to mask their racism. Same thing with Hip Hop, people who are totally objective might have legitimate points about the misogyny, the violence, and other respectable points concerning Hip Hop. Problem is, racists like Bill O'Reilly, a guy who is a hat fitting away from being a Klan member, use the same arguments from the objective crowd to mask his overall hatred of black folks. That being said, can you put those titty's in my face."