“You can’t cry rape out. It’s something that stays with and within you.” He takes a pause. “You know when you get raped once, you somehow feel like you were raped your whole life. It’s effect stays with you.”
We have seen men rise from obscurity by skillfully applying buffoonery or florid verbosity to become serious political contenders. Men who were once considered comedic punchlines are cleaning out fields of seasoned contenders.
A core of every conscious theme in every song is the perpetual issue of poverty profiling and gun violence. The youth sing about been hunted by a system that has licensed its agent to kill.