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Now, All of sudden Pepsi got a Conscience!

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by Zachary Husser

Lil Wayne is just a product of the Black Community not having ourselves together! We, the Black Community have sat on the sidelines as hundreds of our sons and daughters have killed one another and did absolutely nothing as a “Group of People!” In our neighborhoods, we know who the “Killers Are” and so do the police. However, nothing is done by Black Citizens because “They” don’t want to be known as a SNITCH! The Police don’t do anything because keeping “Chaos” and death in the Black Community is good for getting more officers hired and the Black Community more occupied!

It’s easy to take a pot shot at Lil Wayne because he’s ignorant and doesn’t know better in many cases. We can teach the young man history lessons so he can start to love Black Legacy as well as himself. We need Lil Wayne reclamated and used as a positive “Role Model” because hundreds of thousands of Our Young People listen to his lyrics and follow his ways. The Pen is truly mightier than the sword. Words are big guns in the telling of our story and guys like Lil Wayne are pied pipers leading our young to various ends.

Pepsi is the one to make a decision on Lil Wayne? The company that has made millions of dollars off the Rapper. Now, all of sudden Pepsi got a conscience. I know that’s not true because Pepsi and the Record producers “saw” the lyrics before the songs went public and “THEY” let the lyrics about Emmette Till go out on the airwaves. The Corporate folk don’t respect Black Legacy and all the negative Rap about our women and our situations validates what I say here. The Corporate Rappers are in the game for the “MONEY” and they will let any words go forth that hurt every ethnic group except the Jews! You and I know that based on one Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, having to change the lyrics in one of his songs. The Jews as a collective went after the Corporate Rappers and changed a lyric in a song that was already in the radio station rotation. Do YOU read me loud and clear? We can do the same, Why haven’t We???

We have bigger fish to fry and more important issues to resolve. I’m not placing the “Emmette Till” history below anything else that is very critical in our Black Legacy. However, We have to stop the hundreds of killings of Black youngsters by Black youngster right now. What are We going to do??

The Crushing of Black Legacy is a fate I don’t want to see. It’s happening right in front of our faces. We have to come together and Save Ourselves!!

We Must Save Ourselves.

Zachary Cornell Husser is a NY/NJ Community Organizer and member of the Columbia University men’s basketball teams of 1967–70. You can find him on Facebook and Twitter.

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1 Comment on "Now, All of sudden Pepsi got a Conscience!"

  1. Great piece Zach. I had this on-deck for a while but forgot to post it. My bad.

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