"Shout out to the slave masters! Without them we'd still be in Africa...We wouldn't be here to get this ice and tattoos."
See, this what ya'll get for constantly defending this little dude.
"Oh, he's only 17!"
"Oh, he's only for the kids!"
"Oh, stop hatin! He's smart, he knew how to work YouTube!"
Like I've been saying-- Soulja Boy's age is no excuse for the coonery. How old was Ice Cube when he first emerged and was writing rhymes for Eazy-- like 16? Mac Mall's Illegal Business was made when he was 16. L.L. emerged when was like 16. Hell, even Will Smith was a teenager when he came out. "Parents Just Don't Understand"-- now that's a song "for the kids."
This kinda shit is what happens when you consistently excuse people's coonish behavior, or write it off as not that seriuos. This little dude clearly needs some positive mentors in his life-- someone to knock him upside the head and help him understand the very basics of himself and his culture, before he goes out flashing his ignorance for the world to see. Which one of these rappers is gonna step up to the plate?
It's not enough to keep complaining about it. We all have to actively do something to address stuff like this.