The rise of the white supremacist white hip-hop/rap fan

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The real question is why would you listen to black music if you hate black people?

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This can be said for the non-black people that listen to rap/hip-hop too as well.

It's like they want to enjoy black music and the fashion while enjoying the benefits of white privilege. They see the style of black people as cool while still villifying black people as a racist republican would. It doesn't jive at all

I notice they all love talking about black on black violence ans when black rappers get locked up...

But when Black rappers do something positive they never talk about it.
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They love to sew black people at the bottom and it makes them feel confident they'll never be there.
 

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This has always been the case, they’re just sayin the quiet part loudly now

I started noticing in the 2010s how many people loved rap music but didn’t give a single fukk about, or even had a lowkey disdain towards black people. This is just the evolution of more people consuming culture through their phone.
This is also on black folks and the obsession with the "cool white boy" and pawgs

Like anyone that exploits black people to come up, they're cool as hell when they come around. They know lyrics and got the look and self deprecating "I'm just a white boy:pachaha:" humor

As they elevate and get rich they get bolder about how they really feel about black folks, and THAT'S when we finally decide to be mad. But it's too fukkin late then:mjlol:

We saw it with Vlad when he lied on Farrakhan with his WHOLE chest and told nikkas kick rocks when they demanded an apology
 
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I wouldnt say its white supremacists but rather cacs who have little to no real contact with Black folks and therefore, are more likely to be white supremacists.

I look at reddit, mass shooters (the illinois mass shooter for example), certain rabbit holes of YouTube (for example this channel called Dumbsville and the uploader is very much a cac suburbanite who is obsessed with Soundcloud/Hipster Trap rap) as proof. And its a lotta white kids who dont have any explicit solidarity with Black people but LOVE hip hop.

It kinda makes sense....Hip hop for white kids of the 2020s has become what punk, emo, and heavy metal was to white kids in the 90s and 2000s. Simple as that.
If you notice, these cacs are basically the evolution of hipsters and like a certain type of rapper who tend to be synonymous with soundcloud, genre bending and high fashion, arent super duper lyrical, and arent extremely regional hood rappers (so no Detroit, Memphis or LA rappers). Off the top of my head, I can cite Ye, Uzi, Carti, Tyler the Creator, Cudi, Travis Scott, Thug and YSL, XXXTentacion, Lil Peep, old Chief Keef, as the main guys who fit this mold.
 

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I wouldnt say its white supremacists but rather cacs who have little to no real contact with Black folks and therefore, are more likely to be white supremacists.

I look at reddit, mass shooters (the illinois mass shooter for example), certain rabbit holes of YouTube (for example this channel called Dumbsville and the uploader is very much a cac suburbanite who is obsessed with Soundcloud/Hipster Trap rap) as proof. And its a lotta white kids who dont have any explicit solidarity with Black people but LOVE hip hop.

It kinda makes sense....Hip hop for white kids of the 2020s has become what punk, emo, and heavy metal was to white kids in the 90s and 2000s. Simple as that.
If you notice, these cacs are basically the evolution of hipsters and like a certain type of rapper who tend to be synonymous with soundcloud, genre bending and high fashion, arent super duper lyrical, and arent extremely regional hood rappers (so no Detroit, Memphis or LA rappers). Off the top of my head, I can cite Ye, Uzi, Carti, Tyler the Creator, Cudi, Travis Scott, Thug and YSL, XXXTentacion, Lil Peep, old Chief Keef, as the main guys who fit this mold.
I’m old now, but I grew up very isolated ethnically in suburbia and hip hip in the 90’s was like..whoa. Like, an explosion of sites and sounds and cultures and stories of people and places I didn’t know.

As I got older, I had so many of my white friends who loves hip hop, that I just assumed they were all non racist, liberal and generally thought like me.

It was a real fukkin shock when I saw these dudes become Trumpers on Facebook and shyt. I was naive AF and realized just how many of them were only into for a trend, or for a minute, or for a song and really didn’t care to like or understand the people who sang it.
 
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