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Facebook Confirms Rapper Lil B Has Been Banned for ‘Hate Speech’

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It goes without saying that Lil B is a certified internet legend … a social media dinosaur and a Youtube triple OG. But Facebook has apparently banned the Berkeley rapper for the next month, temporarily cutting down his substantial online presence.

Motherboard reported that a Facebook representative confirmed that Lil B was temporarly banned from the platform for 30 days for violating the site’s hate speech policies and the offending posts were deleted from the his page.

On Sunday, Lil B tweeted that he was banned for “talking about white people” on the site. He normally posts multiple times a day on Facebook, but his page has been silent since October 4.

Lil B has been on a recent social media tear discussing, in blunt terms, complex issues about race in America. On Twitter and on Facebook, the rapper has recently called out everything from the double standards around visual codes for “threatening” and “safe” in society, to the legacy of slave ownership in the US. There’s no question that the Base God is mad, but throughout it all he’s peppered his critical posts with a message of love for everybody, no matter their skin colour.

Fans have been deeply divided in their reactions. Some have lauded Lil B for speaking so forcefully, while others bristled at what they perceived to be broad generalizations about white people. Facebook previously banned activist Shaun King for posting a racist message he received, but the company quickly removed the ban. Other prominent black activists, such as Didi Delgado and Ijeoma Oluo had also previously been banned by Facebook for their posts.

Facebook deleted the posts that incurred the 30-day ban before Motherboard could view them, and we’ve been unable to find archives or screenshots of them. (The Facebook rep wouldn’t specify the offending posts, citing user privacy.) Requests for comment to Lil B over Twitter and email weren’t immediately answered.

Regardless, with a Twitter following of more than one million people, Lil B will persevere. He’ll be back on Facebook in no time. It’s also not the rapper’s first tangle with the social networking giant—in 2014 he claimed to be banned for 30 days from Facebook for his posts.

More importantly, we still have Black Ken, Lil B’s triumphant 27-song mixtape from August. And for that, I have to simply say thank you, BasedGod.

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Lil Xan Pull A Gun & Shout Racial Slurs At Man Harrasing Him With 2pac Comments

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Over the weekend, California rapper, Lil Xan Aka Diego, was confronted by a man who asked about his remarks concerning Tupac Shakur.

According to the video, starting after the harrasing unidentified man ran up on Xan, the conversation quickly escalated as the cameraman taunts Diego into doing somethings : ” you little b***ch. Look at this little b*tch. Do something, homie,”.

In the footage obtained by TMZ, he rapper vigorously responded waving a 9 mm with extended clip and shooting “Get the f**k out, n***a!” as he retreats to his car.

“The media is gonna try and twist what just happened at a gas station,” he wrote. “I was about to be attacked and resorted to having to use self defense. Fuck all you old head ass bitches still talking ’bout that 2Pac sh*t. Live your own life and stop picking on a kid.”

According to multiple sources, Police are looking into it to see if there could be some legal action taken against the 22 year old rapper.

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New Supreme Box Logo Worn by Chief Keef Emerge At MCA CHICAGO

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We had the great honor to walk past a new exclusive piece of art during the MCA CHICAGO.
Virgil Abloh, non-other than the mind behind Off-white and artistic direction of Louis Vuitton, has got himself a little treat with the potentially new release of the "Pan-African" in collaboration with Supreme. 
Parralel to the exclusive orange vuitton capsule, courtesy of LV and Virgil , the "Pan-African" box logo drew his inspiration from the adjective referring to the African community as a whole and the ideology of a political consciousness converging towards the emancipation of the black continent. A direct present/tribute to the African-American culture of Chicago, and put very cleverly pushed by the iconic coiner of the Drill movement, Keith Cozart Aka Chief Keef.

As of the tee, a three tone box logo depicting the PanAfrican flag—also known as the UNIA flag,—a tri-color banner consisting of three equal horizontal bands which have been subjected to a 90 degree rotation for the occasion.

Weither it is a limited edition like the "process" tee of ryan mcginness ... If it could end up to beeing an photo tee shot by Virgil for the upcoming Supreme season ... Or ...

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Skarrss : Meet Norvegian Rapper With The Gang Gang Tattoo

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Everyone wants to know who is the “Gang Gang” face-tattooed rapper from No Jumper’s Adam22 personnal Youtube channel. Where is he from ? Why does he have the Gang Gang tattoo ?

The rope pope has helped launch lots of careers over the past 24 months, and however the latest promoted artists are just bypasser, they nevertheless rouse the public interest. Take a look at Wild Jackpots casino review. Best casino bonuses, offers for new players.

After Jumex which has been labeled as “industry plant” due to his ties with Taco Bennet from Odd Future and his “Trapped” videoclip starring Asspizza.

This time, lets make some room for Skarrss who has clearly a visual impact on the underground music consummers.

While it is cristal clear that they the rapper are a discident branch of the Juggalo family, it surely wasn’t clear for the Rope Pope who has actually interviewed the Isane Clown Posse, about a week ago.

Skarrss hails from Norway and hasn’t disclose his real name yet. He represents for F.O.C. Gang which acronyms stand for Family of Criminals.

FOC Gang anti snitching clothing line campaign againtt drug.

Back in 2017 he launched a clothing brand alongside the FOC gang, called Anti-snitch clothing line, which is not as people might have taught gang related to any motorcycle club. In a Statement he made in January 2018, Skarrss explains that it is more like a family union to combat drug among the youth :


Now WE ON! AND TO HATERS/etc,NO ITS NOT AN MC CLUB 💯
Were more like a worldwide united family\gang. That even has started a donate page so other can help us with one of our main goal and that is showin the REAL truth about drugs to the youth and givin them another opirtunity or lifestyle call it what you want.. so our MAIN goal is to help the youth stop to begin doing/selling drugs. So we offer one free starter «the anti snitch clothing line.» starterpack to sell and then they will understand that they got other choises!!

Skarrss said.

He also showed and received support from Arild Knutsen, Leader of The Association for Humane Drug Policy of Norway for the “Support, Don’t punish” movement.

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