Bun B & Scarface Weigh In On A 2016 Racist America


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(AllHipHop News) Last Friday (Jan. 22), an inane group of Desert Vista High School students posted an offensive photo to social media. When originally posted, the highly inflammatory word "NI**ER," was collectively spelled out on the smiling group of Caucasian girls' t-shirts. After further investigation, a picture has surfaced from a concerned parent. The IG snapshot showed a deeper message, "BEST*YOU'VE*EVER*SEEN*CLASS*OF*2016," this according to ABC15.

After learning about the egregious post, both Bun B and Scarface have responded to the historically racist "n" word. The Trill OG hopped on his personal Instagram account to challenge America's insular outlook and wrote, "We have to stop being selfish...We have to care about each other. The racial divide in America has to be reversed.

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Sharing a similar sentiment to that of Bun B, Scarface also shared his thoughts. The iconic MC professed, "the WORLD has been enforcing a white supremacists agenda down our throats for hundreds of years. " Within the lengthy IG comment, legendary lyricist also wrote, "I'm not offended at all but remember if you keep shaking that sleeping giant you'll eventually wake it."

Check out Bun B and Face's full IG posts:

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