American entertainer, radio talk show host and writer Rush Limbaugh thinks Kanye West could make a killer rap song from a racist chant sung by the University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The chant included racial slurs and references to lynching: “You can hang him from a tree, but he can never sign with me/ There will never be a N***ar SAE.” OOOOOOOOOK! That’s just something else right there.
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When he got backlash for his comment, Limbaugh said, “But this [kind of] stuff gets awards and the people who sing it are treated as American royalty…” We can assume that by “this stuff” he means rap music. Limbaugh was not the only entertainer who felt that way. MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts felt rappers were to blame for the SAE video, saying the kids learned the N-word from rap music. Rapper Wacka Flocka Flame cancelled his planned performance at the university after the racist chant video.
The chant got two frat boys expelled, but comedy legend D.L. Hughley doesn’t think the boys should have been expelled because he believes the boys learned that kind of hatred at home, long before they joined SAE or even started college. No doubt about it, it would take so much more than an expulsion to fix this sordid mess.
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