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Hip-Hop Homophobes

Origin & Attitudes Towardsgays & Lesbians in Hip Hop Culture; As Perpetuated by Rappers, Thugs, Athletes, Reggae Rasta



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Hip-Hop Homophobes: Origin & Attitudes Towardsgays & Lesbians in Hip Hop Culture; As Perpetuated by Rappers, Thugs, Athletes, Reggae Rasta by S.A. Khalil Amani

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Khalil Amani has put homophobia on blast! 50 Cent, Eminem, DMX, Ja Rule, Busta Rhymes, Elephant Man, Buju Banton, Tim Hardaway, TD Jakes, Creflo Dollar, Bishop Eddie Long.the jig's up! Your homophobia has been officially dismantled! Do you even know why you're homophobic? Homophobia is rooted in our Judeo-Christian upbringing. It doesn't matter how gangsta you are! We have been religiously/culturally brainwashed to believe that homosexuality is a sin against God-the greatest story never told-in the church! Now it is time to unlearn the ignorance of ages gone by. These preachers are damnable liars-purveyors of religious ignorance! Hip-hop heads, gay and straight, peep game. The truth is here! Nas has declared, "Hip-hop is dead." Introducing some new voices into the game-meet HOMO-HOP world! No more speculation about gay rappers! Yes, there are many gay & lesbian rappers with great stories. Hip-hop used to be about giving voice to the voiceless or as lesbian rapper FELONi so aptly raps, "If hip-hop is here to represent the black collective, then what the f*#! is it about my black perspective?" It is time for homo-hop to get off the back seat of the mainstream hip-hop bus and jump in the driver's seat! "Homophobia, like racism, seems quite silly after reading this book!"
Release date NZ
November 12th, 2007
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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