do gangster rappers hate the black community?

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    i know alot of them are black, and they must know that most black youth today listens to rap. so why are they always rapping about 'kill dat ******' or "kill this ******", advocate being a criminal, going to prison, hurting each other in some way, not to mention using the word ****** so much like it's a good thing, even calling themself a ******. if i was black and some other black dude called me ****** i get pissed. the black community in america has enough problems without so much gangsta rap trying to make it worse.
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    Guess who finances and consumes most of that gangsta rap?
     
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    White suburban kids trying to piss off mommy and daddy.

    I don't think most rappers really consider the effect their music has on the black community. I think it's mostly a matter of "okay, this sells, so let's do this." After NWA blew up, the record companies couldn't wait to put out songs about killing people and stuff. Once Jay-Z got big, every song you heard was about "look at how much money I got." I guess 'crunk' music is the current trend? I don't know, the last rap album I bought was The Marshall Mathers LP, and that was like six years ago.
     
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    non blacks is my guess. i don't get your point, if you're trying to make one.
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    How old are you?
     
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    believe it or not, other (non black) races listen to rap just as much as white.
    and no offense but thinking that black gangster rappers don't realize how their words influence young blacks is incredibly ignorant. this old realization has been brought up several times for years directly to certain black gangster rappers through the media.
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    uh, why? are you lookin' to meet kids on the internet?
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    You either provide your age or your account will be closed. We have a rule about being 14 or older.
     
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    Arch's 8 yr old grandson. That apple fell from the Arch tree, no doubt aboot it.
     
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    I guess we should get mad at Al Pacino and Robert Deniro and anyone else who ever made a mob movie. After all, blacks love those movies. Al Pacino and Robert Deniro don't care about the black community.

    And the Kool Aid man, he doesn't care about the black community either. After all, if he did, he wouldn't push a product that contributed to obesity.

    And the list goes on, and on, and on.

    But not you, though. You really care about the black community. Good for you.
     

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