NIGGA , NIGGA, NIGGA, NIGGA
IF NIGGA IS JUST A WORD, AND GETTING UPSET ABOUT IT IS ABSURD
THEN HOW ABOUT WHEN I HEAR LATIN DUDES WITH HIPHOP ATTITUDES
SAY WHAT’S UP MY NIGGA
I YELL BACK WHAT’S UP WETBACKS
OR HOW ABOUT WHEN AN ASIAN CAT, SEES ME AT A HIPHOP CLUB AND SAYS WHAT’S UP MY NIGGA, DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO GET THE WEED AT?
I REPLY BACK, WHAT’S UP GOOK , DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO TAKE KUNG FU
AND JUST IN CASE A WHITE GUY MIGHT DECIDE TO BE SLY AND SAY WHAT’S UP MY NIGGA
I MIGHT HOLLA BACK, WHAT’S UP MY CRACKER, MICK, POLLOCK, WOP OR MIXED MUTT WHITE TRASH HICK, SON OF A BITCH!
-LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
AMERICA :DIVIDED WE STAND? !
VOLUME #2 : POETRY OF WE THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLE!
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BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
Chicago born “conscious” hip hop artist and urban intellectual Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, better known by his on stage persona of Lupe Fiasco, is now becoming an activist, recently he co-founded a non-profit organization with his partner Di-Ann Esinor in Brownsville, Brooklyn to help creative and innovative inner-city youth get involved in entrepreneurship and assist them in forming their own startups.
The mission statement of the nonprofit is: “a neighborhood-specific fund to support entrepreneurs and start-ups from under-served areas,” and to “provide access, network, workshops, mentoring and of course funding.”
The nonprofit will be based out of the Dream Big Foundation’s new entrepreneurship center and cafe starting in January 2016.
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