I don't believe in agendas, I just found it weird that the only outrage people had about the song was that he said Till's name, it just proves to me how fake the outrage that most black women and some black men tend to show, I went on LSA yesterday to see a woman's perspective on this, and its clear that they hate black men and essentially everyone who isn't dark skinned, there are too many double standards going around, and every celebity situation is handled differently based on those double standards, yes the line was wrong, but so many people misunderstood the context of the reference and so many people purposely made it seem worse because it was Wayne, that this was blown out of proportion, and not handled correctly by all parties involved.
I meant to say do you believe in agendas. I do. I feel as though destruction is being marketed to the youth, as it was to my own childhood. Plus, in reality, the people who feel these drug songs the most actually move drugs. The song is marketed to the hood. As far as Wayne goes, I can't say I am upset but I feel as though he could have gave it some thought instead of being hotheaded tunchi. He could have apologized to the family, I can't stress it enough, THE FAMILY, because the fickle fans will forgive him. He didn't apologize until they threatened to go after his sponsors, which is wild, but it's nature, happens all the time. All he had to do was beat the pus*y up like something less disrespectful, like Rodney king. He didn't die from it and he got paid.