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HIP HOP TEACHERS URBAN PROPHETS | EPISODE 2 | "THE SIC SHOW "

Updated: Mar 6



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@thachillcmw | @montageone | @iamannyup |


THE SIC SHOW/ Hip Hop Teachers and Urban Prophets are discussed in this week’s episode of “The Sic Show”. We dive into great movies and songs that showed prophecy. Spike Lee “Do The right Thing” “Get On The Bus” John Singleton “Boys In The Hood” “Higher Learning” and Rosewood.


Montage One

Yes, yes it is once again, we back sicker than ever sicker than ever. Yeah.


Manny Up

Welcome to the sick show. I'd like to introduce one of our co hosts montage one.


Montage One

Yep, yep. In the flesh. Yeah.


Manny Up

And co hosts tha chill. How long?


Montage One

Oh, you got to chill? Me, man.


Manny Up

Our engy is a little hasty. Once again, that's a little bit just a little hasty. One more time.


Montage One

One more time DEE


Big Dee

Manny.


Manny Up

Let's hop right in.


Montage One

So what are we on today?


Manny Up

Today? The topic is Urban Prophets', or been profit? Monster Cody type urban prophet. Okay, no, no Monster Cody. He's not a urban prophet. He had insight


The Chillcmw

what do you mean Manny?


Manny Up

Yeah, he had insight on his story. These Urban Phrophets. Let's go with Spike Lee do the right thing. Talking about social justice before it was popular or re bringing it back from the 60s movement. We're talking about the late great, great, great john Singleton. Good I mean, john Singleton with higher learning and of course boys in the hood to rosewood was another one was very very very very insightful. And then of course you're gonna do some rows with me Haji Yeah.




The Chillcmw

He brought the fire Yeah. Got to do the right a she's got to have it..no that wasn't prophesying .


Manny Up

That was entertainment. Yes. We don't do do the right thing and we get on the bus and we don't do Junko fever. Okay, and for the hip hop guy we're gonna do Ice Cube fuck the police 1988 he was on it early. Very early. And everything he said still hasn't come true yet. It's still going on. Yeah, that's the hip hop profit that show is right. So that start with Spike Lee "Do The Right Thing" 1989


Montage One

only a heavy heavy heavy part of my growing up that's all he was. You know, I'm saying just there at every corner every curve made me go to Grambling what else man like Dude, just he was and he was on the Jays. I mean, yeah, he


The Chillcmw

made me say, he made me see how important Jordans was


Montage One

right he's definitely


The Chillcmw

about getting your Jordans scuffed up You mean yeah I don't have nothing to do me and how people be running a stores Yo man and really be wanting our business but not really filling this Yo man. You know shout out the radio right


Montage One

extra cheese is $2 nigga


Manny Up

every time it's $2 but like Chill said deep in our community extracting black dollars


The Chillcmw

but do they get recycled?? they're not feeling us they're not recycling they're not feeling because


Manny Up

we give them our money it goes to their community and it recycles and Little League


The Chillcmw

yeah schools yeah


Manny Up

recycles puts a lot of people to work and we don't get those dollars


The Chillcmw

you know I drive around and there's so many different towns you got Korea Town you got two towns you got this town. Where's our town?


Montage One

It's right here actually, is it here just to keep it 100% you know Lemert Park is actually our poor little Africa loci



The Chillcmw

you right you right but we need a city


Montage One

right? Way small.


The Chillcmw

We need a city This is great because we have a lot of great stuff going on around here. I see from time to time since back in the days right you'll mean but we need more


Montage One

and the only problem with the Liemert park is it's named after a white gentleman who actually and you can look this up. I had in his wheel not to ever sell any of this property to black people ever. So it's Yeah, it's really ironic. You know, spot and this is all something you guys on that camera there that camera there is all something you can research literally we are here we're in so folks a world famous. So folks shameless plug and this is all owned by you know


Manny Up

Others others. And and to step on and


The Chillcmw

say, needless to say, we need to buy it if we can, if we can't buy it, we need to find somewhere to buy something right?


Montage One

You're totally right. It's true. It's kind of like we got to uplift this whole community and take it somewhere else.


Manny Up

I did a little research when Nipsey passed. And you know, they wanted to name Crenshaw and slawson, one of the streets after Nick. I was like, Okay, and then so I was on the social media post where everybody, I think maybe the Times ran it. So when you're on a Facebook times post, everyone chimed in on the comments, so you really get a sense. And then we're going on and it was like, Well, why do Crenshaw is a store? So I was like, let me find out who Mr. Crenshaw is. So I looked a real estate developer.


Montage One

Hmm. He he


Manny Up

he actually was made as money I believe in Pasadena because that was the first Beverly Hills in Los Angeles . All the money in Los Angeles, started in Pasadena. Then later on, moved to this country town called Beverly Hills. Wow. Yeah. So Mr. Crenshaw, he made his money in railroads/Banking. And then he flipped it into real estate stayed in the states in Pasadena, I believe, and then you just start buying up stuff all up and down coin shop, huh. And you know, it was a lot of farming. And you know, it wasn't


The Chillcmw

like Compton, yo man, because it was a council owned by white folks before to Compton, cowboys owned by white folks. And white folks moved out Blackfeet people and brown people moved in Yes, why people don't want to buy property they're no more now the property is a million dollars for two bedroom with roaches and all of that yummy.


Montage One

They want to be close they want to be close to the city they gotta go to staples got la community is a it's a great proximity to business and yo Loki just to actually get more of an example of what we're talking about. We actually have a book here that's called images of America. leimert Park, written by Cynthia e EXIM. And Mary or Mati Guzzi Limerick, and maybe actually the person who is involved with this maybe she turned around and made a little better but this is actually about the whole black side of the community despite what we were talking about. And you might want to check it out. If you want to learn more about Lamar Park. Is it in the camera? Is it yeah, it says okay,


Manny Up

Leimert once we were growing up because I grew up it was a heavily African American middle class. That's what I remember with a lot of Asian Japanese descent. Japanese, a lot of my school teachers are teach I want to add this Mesa up to St. and a miss Sahkiguchi Oh, and taught at our elementary school for 45 years lived in America right around the corner from here, back and forth, wow. 40 years and taught us and taught my kids and taught whoever and they had a great great, great community. And once the kids got older, a little like us too. They all moved out and you know, but now the house is here again as a million dollar million dollar for a 2 bedroom, you can get to there.


Montage One

If you notice, there's a lot of Japanese design looking homes actually in the Leimert and the actual shrubbery Can I say that was planet that steel growing is like of like very Japanese descent. You know, sea wise so it's kind of crazy like Like I said, I dug into this book and it just like really like your face


The Chillcmw

still stands. What do we all right we need some churches. You know? Do do we own those?


Manny Up

Yeah,


Montage One

I saw is


Manny Up

Yeah, RIP I'm glad. Yep. segue. Reverend price. rest in peace, peace.


The Chillcmw

We need Leimert. We need Compton. We need Inglewood. We need Watts. But listen, not to change the subject. But


Montage One

when Reverend price passed, I swear to you Well, I saw a bunch of stories about how he like really, he really gave to the community bro. No,


Manny Up

no, he was he was real.


The Chillcmw

Y'all mean but then back in the days you had Japanese had the stores I'm assuming and I'm far from a racist racist but like I just said about you know, Spike Lee. We spend the money with them and and felonies.


Manny Up

Yeah. And it's a long history of that and it's in a lot to do with us. We don't we understand us, we understand us but we wasn't always taught that entrepreneurial, buy, keep and sale, even if it's not flossy, right you know if I have a laundry mat It's not flashy, but yet I'm raking in 200,000 and I'm my own boss right and that 200,000 in cash beats a hell of a $200,000 paycheck with payroll coming out, they control your taxes you get to control and write off your taxes if you raking in 200,000 from a laundry mat but wasn't taught the value and importance of something as small as that changing your life and your family


The Chillcmw

right time to educate ourselves with schools closed it's a great time to get off a tee these kids heads and they got the zooms and that's not education yummy regurgitating just a book and not really like a revelation to me so therefore your minutes a good time to teach the youth about our blackness right i mean because this keep 100 they already different than us anyway we will often the gang banging and selling dope and open up cell phone stores


Manny Up

yeah


The Chillcmw

that was okay, but kids these days can open up a medical facilty


Manny Up

can do whatever they want


Montage One

first they got to come out the house first though like they just online yeah new generation a online Oh no. They never had no nice scuff none of that shit. That's true. That's crazy, man. I


The Chillcmw

don't know what a busted nose feels like


Manny Up

nah nah, but then again business is online. Yeah. As well as brick and mortar


The Chillcmw

always Instagram


Montage One

Yeah, but telling somebody to "eat shit" on fucking was that shit.... a medal of honor and shit.


Manny Up

Oh yeah. Oh


Montage One

you a fucking Medal of Honor headphone set, bro. Like That's it? That's what they are


The Chillcmw

bro. Education has to be interesting as Tick Tock or Instagram something like and


Manny Up

it could be they just done.


Montage One

Can we talk about Tick Toc for a second.


Manny Up

I want to get back to the 32nd anniversary of Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing" and then we go into Tick Tock.


The Chillcmw

Oh god.


Manny Up

I just don't want to get to this


The Chillcmw

the 32nd anniversary well


Montage One

3030 seconds as in like counting one to 30 now so


The Chillcmw

yeah, it's been 30 years since that movie came out. 32 years and enjoy Phil. Oh, we are I went to the $2 movies and watch that in Long Beach. At least 20 I think


Manny Up

Big Dee. What do you guys think the I think we are went to Westwood. Oh, hold on. I was the I was in the one in Westwood. But let me tell you if he was at the same one, bro. We was at the Westwood. It was the amco Okay. Listen, y'all might have been there. Do you remember fools was firing up blunts in the theater Do you do this was at the amkco on Wilshire and Westwood broke fools busted out blunts and was passing them shifts back and forth doing the whole movie and nobody got thrown out, though.


The Chillcmw

That's dope, man. Shout out to Spike Lee in that movie.


Manny Up

32 years ago.


Montage One

Motherfucker


Manny Up

that's gonna be it's gonna be it's called Sign for sure. And you know you always put in great great great actors and actresses ruby Dee Dee Davis You know,


The Chillcmw

it was just ol girl from Soul Train. Was she in there? Yeah, Rosie


Montage One

he made the light skinned nigga the most used side actor of all times like he never got nothing man, but he was the one side ass motherfucking What's his name? light skinned dude. He can even play like he was on the white side and yeah right thing Yeah, he was the Oreo


The Chillcmw

any other movie he play in, I always remember him as the other the dude that I'm talking about the guy that was


Big Dee

good yeah yeah,


Manny Up

please let's be polite, political correct.


The Chillcmw

Thank you mentally challenged


Manny Up

D Thank you for save us from getting banned.


Montage One

for the record. He was not returning anything. He just hit some really good weed. Okay.


The Chillcmw

He hit some sherm "laughter"


Manny Up

that water.


Montage One

He got butt naked and ran down. There we go. Hey, seriously, though. Why ain't just real quick. Why is that common? amongst Sherm users. Why do they get overheated?? get naked I don't understand it.


The Chillcmw

I had a


Manny Up

lady that lived in my neighborhood and once a year, she would do sherm. And she would get naked and run down the street. And so she was just a respectable lady, though when she didn't do that. Once a She went to work I think she went back in


The Chillcmw

Pam that stay across the street from my mama she exactly like Yeah, all every neighborhood church she could blow to she's singing church music. And then it seemed like every year around Christmas time she come darting out the house as Oh negative.


Manny Up

i asked her, you asked her. I was like, just Why? Why? I mean, you know, I'm not trying to diss but I'm curious. Yeah, like, why, right. And she looked at me, and she looked down. She looked at me again. She was like, it be like Hot!!


The Chillcmw

What's that women be having when they get older?


Manny Up

she just looked at she was she was dead after she was like,


Montage One

Listen, they freaked you out the first time you saw that shit, right? In your first time. You saw that shit. But then like, at a young age, you started to see that pattern man.


The Chillcmw

We'd be playing football on the street like here come Pam Down the street. You block the star screaming in the city. Clapping bucket next to


Manny Up

the next the next week. You see her wit a little briefcase going to work? you were just Running . Right at least 95mph..


The Chillcmw

Shout out to the Pam's in the neighborhood for showing us. Yeah, right.


Montage One

flapping up and down the street.


Manny Up

Wow. all I got to say before we end this segment. "It was hot". It was hot. It was hot. All right, ....back to the topic. So get on the bus. Very very dope movie about the Million Man March, but it had a lot of side stories to make it interesting. Yeah, it was cool.


Montage One

It definitely wasn't on my radar is like something that I honestly bring up or remember it was cool. Well, yeah,


Manny Up

as far as a movie and the storylines. It was good, but it wasn't like nothing to write home. The thing to write home about that was he did it on the heels of the Million Man March.


Montage One

Right and it's


The Chillcmw

definitely educational. Yeah, but it wasn't doing the right thing.


Manny Up

No, no, it wasn't doing the right thing.


Big Dee

I don't think he wanted it to be the right thing.


Manny Up

I think nobody really was gonna put a great light on the Million Man March right. And he did his part as a black director right? he snuck a story in on top of the main set I guess


The Chillcmw

I'm more Malcolm because he was on it and Martin I'll be wanting to see some action. Actually action got a million black dudes marching man somebody's got to get marked no capture my attention.


Montage One

Well, like I said, I honestly you know, I know that it's a spike lee movie but it never really comes up in too many Spike Lee movie subjects.


Big Dee

Because it was like shot with one or two cameras. And he was about the journey to the Million Man March. The camaraderie of men on the bus right right. And their stories The Father Son the son one two bang right and the five is trying to get him out of the gay guy cry. The bus driver trying to keep everyone calm. Yeah, he was covering all the subjects for all the subjects of black men going to the march and then ended when they got off the bus at the march that's


Montage One

a lot of people don't know he did a movie that wasn't even like black based It was a about the soldiers in Germany.


The Chillcmw

I think I've seen that. I was afraid with the channel. Ah, yeah, I think


Manny Up

let me just give a quick shout out. It was October 16 1995. The Million Man March a day did I don't know if it was Baylor University or was I forgot what university but they did a comprehensive study to make sure how many people were there. And they got the news kind of reported 350,000 but the university was like let's let's not just guess because it sounds good. Let's do some actual research and they got to 860,000 about so I'm gonna say that's a million. And that was like crazy. Crazy.


Montage One

Yeah,


Montage One

So A is it about time for mother son record maybe? Yeah. Okay, let's let's break it out.


The Chillcmw

Mother son record.


Montage One

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Montage One

just holding the record bro like it's something about especially a double LP bro that's the FE right there man so I think


The Chillcmw

my next project I'm I'm pressing up some wagon


Montage One

you got to bro Yeah, and they're doing cassettes even though the cassette players aren't coming back like yeah, a lot of people are putting especially in underground, they're doing 12 inches or double LPs and the cassette and then like a hoodie like that's how you sell


The Chillcmw

your margins that look like the cassette but I got the USB thing


Montage One

on someone we're doing that but actually a lot of them are actually dropping real cassettes but it's just like once you get the doubt that that's the thing you're gonna get the music anyway as it as a digital download. So it's just like some shit on the show. You know? That's true. Yeah. Okay,


Manny Up

great segment back to Hip Hop Teachers and Urban Prophets. Okay, so we move on to the late great late great John Singleton.



The Chillcmw

My big homie


Manny Up

that's right everyone from LA's big homie USC grad did a lot of great things boys in the hood was one of them yes in 1991


Big Dee

I went to high school he was from Inglewood.


Montage One

I don't know that's actually,Can, Can someone on the fly research there that's


Big Dee

a good question. If I want to know cuz he always do Crenshaw district in Inglewood in his films.


Manny Up

And though he said his father live like on budlong or something in Inglewood, but


Big Dee

he went to Morningside Inglewood or Sarah,


Manny Up

that's not good. We got bus


Montage One

and then he was always shooting his films more over in the Jays. I'm not the Jays. But


Big Dee

no Cimorron avenues Wilson was in


Montage One

Cimorron and Well, you know what I'm getting this from and this is what it says


The Chillcmw

here. He say he went to Blair High School.


Montage One

See, that's why we didn't know. Yeah, cuz he was our good. He was on that bus system.


Manny Up

Yeah, yeah. So Blair High School. And then he went to Pasadena City College, young kids. If you think Community College won't lead you somewhere it will. Well, if you start there, you move on to Pasadena. Yeah. And he went to Pasadena City College after that. Then he transferred into USC to progression. Dope Crusher.


The Chillcmw

Shout out john Singleton for sure. Boys in the hood. 1991. I was blessed to do the first single on that movie.


Manny Up

That's right. That's what I get a handclap chamber.


Montage One

Yeah. Can you please clap hands?


Manny Up

Yes, sir. That's right. That's right. That's right. That's history. And that's a legend right there. And chill.


The Chillcmw

Yes, sir.



great contribution. Thank you. There we go.


The Chillcmw

Thank you, brother.


Manny Up

And you know, it just introduced us to a lot of great actors as well really rappers and up and coming actresses. We got cute. Wait, let's stop there. He


Montage One

actually gave the rappers the platform to show that they can act Oh, this actually be gay


The Chillcmw

had introduced dope actors and actresses. Yeah. Well, you think of Neil was shout out to her. That was was my boy that played in the matrix. The put the guy played to that.


Montage One

Oh, yeah. Laurence Fishburne? Yeah, he was. He was in cornbread early.


The Chillcmw

Right. But he made us pay attention. Right.


Manny Up

For our generation. Yeah,


The Chillcmw

he made it.


Big Dee

I thought he paid attention in school days. Yeah. But he was a daddy.


The Chillcmw

No, that was that was Rick tre daddy. Yeah. Me to go and train


Montage One

me to go and read that and that was the Ellis part. His name furious.


The Chillcmw

Furious style called is part of that movies when moms dropped him off to him. Oh, you're like yeah, gonna put stuff in house and get all these leaves up.



Manny Up

You know, mom would have had you folding blanket. cozy. He was like


The Chillcmw

all these leads. homies running up and down the street Exactly.


Manny Up

Like my daddy. You want to go see you there buddy? Nah man immediately that's what dads do though. Forget all this getting cozy.


The Chillcmw

Oh it was cool they live in wait


Montage One

Listen man my pops used to make me water the grass at like 530 every morning on the weekend and I didn't understand it until later when I started smoking weed man Why don't the grass when you high that's a cool You ain't gonna understand it until you get


The Chillcmw

cut my whole backyard I try to get away with just cutting the front and we had a big part for a backyard Park. He said Yeah, you got to cut the back and the sides and you got to rake it all up. Oh yeah put it all up and water it this was a two day job and let


Manny Up

me tell you young people when you farm like that which they don't do no more everybody got gardeners anybody got highest keep I got my kid kid spoiled anyway. It makes you do shit you hate to do so when I got to get up and do stuff. Oh boy. I just get up and do it. Because guess what? I farmed? Yeah, and write it every minute of it. Yeah, guess what? It was no such thing. No luck in the house.


The Chillcmw

I'll tell my kids if you're gonna have to do it. You might as well not do it at all.


Montage One

I had to be right there and it would be crazy because after I did that I could do whatever I wanted to do. And it was like I was all up and shit after that day. I was always up early on the weekends because of that shit man.


The Chillcmw

Got terrible sinus pops. He put me down yeah, go


Montage One

shop that form and


Manny Up

that's give a quick shout out Cuba Gooding Jr . Morris Chestnut is going to force me along. Of course the homie Regina King, Angela bassett


Montage One

you know and give an extra one out for Cuba Gooding cuz he gave us the swinging mean. Yeah. Oh, yeah.


Manny Up

shadowboxing Yeah.


Montage One

He actually really show what it was like for some of you niggas that got beat up and went home you niggas really did that really was doing


The Chillcmw

that.


Big Dee

You can do that shit outside.


Manny Up

shadow boxing or like I'm gonna get it into shadow.


The Chillcmw

I'm gonna get my own fish shout out to Monster shout out to the dudes I was in the car with cute boy in a wheelchair dukey renterpeace and rest in peace Yeah, the most good actors is that


Montage One

the dude who shot that news story is super ill you know he wasn't even a gangbanger no not turn gangbanging not to blow and then he got killed. Oh, yeah, that's right. He passed away.


Manny Up

He got killed. He was in the morning. in a wheelchair. Yeah, the pacifier Yeah, no,


The Chillcmw

no, the one with the pacifier was was was dukey pigtails. Okay. And he remember he was like the one it



was a little Chris the one was in a weird little Chris right? Yeah, me. The blood dude. He that was crazy. just signed up to be a blind guy smoke for no reason. I didn't think he died. No, no, he got mark. Yeah, he got marked but in prison.


Big Dee

But he did go to jail. Yeah, he did go to jail. He did go to jail.


The Chillcmw

I don't want to thank for that that movie really birthed a lot of great people and gave people a Starman shout out the ice cube for that you'll mean I was his first time in the movie a real movie putting it down and I think he did an excellent job as well as the other people that contributed in the army that movie forever go down in history as a class


Montage One

Yeah, but I hate the jumps jump movies but I gotta give give it up to your homie dog like man eight and motherfucking bro I'm sorry dude. Like that negative me bro. Like that nigga sent chills up my spine with that nigga look to this day I know how to negate when bro chills up my spine they get like cuz he was a real hoodie and when they was arguing in the car, like that nigga got paid to just be him well cuz he did that shit. And


The Chillcmw

it was all organic. She was super hard. We just we came off toward a week on stripe album. He was like I gotta do this movie and we went up and I was there every day.


Manny Up

I seen you in the back of the car


The Chillcmw

yeah yeah that's me did famous drive by and killed Cane


Manny Up

Cane and tried to kill Jada Pinket


The Chillcmw

you know females were straight trippin. Females was trippin on me for that shit. I'm glad I'm a part of both of the movies. Yeah. Great, great, great


Manny Up

movie. Moving on. JOHN Singleton also did high learning a


Big Dee

different look. That was dope,


Manny Up

dope college life.


Montage One

hella dope,


The Chillcmw

Busta Rhymes that was oh


Manny Up

yeah Omar Epps great great


Big Dee

shoot me shoot me shoot me


Manny Up

he was a piece of work but definitely adult movie definitely some hindsight with school shooting that


Montage One

happened 20 years later do just the energy that races energy which honestly as an LA dude I gotta just say like we really don't know what racism is when you plant it here like that and when I went to the south and I saw those colored only I mean whites yeah colored only signs on the on the little fucked up faucet that they wasn't taking down the rest and that they didn't have to take down but you didn't have to abide by exactly No, bro like that. That's some bow man. That's


Manny Up

all because we were the first generation one of the first generations in California. So the Great Migration happened around 1950 my parents came from the south Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia. montage. Ohio, d d and Mississippi.


The Chillcmw

Memphis, Tennessee. Tennessee. .


Big Dee

Georgia, Texas, Louisiana. Exactly.


Manny Up

So we're one of the first generations born and raised in Cali, right with a silver spoon in our mouth. I


Montage One

don't know what it's like.


Manny Up

But my mom and dad, you know, my dad was from Atlanta. I'm the only Upshot here. Everybody else is in Atlanta, and his little town was on the other side of Forsyth County. So he had to sneak he said when he was a young boy and sneaked. Don't get caught in Forsyth County, bro. What I didn't get my boy. Look at him. Not even


Montage One

what I didn't tell you out in the parking lot today is why my dad went to the D. My dad went to the D because and my father was really old. Okay, I'm 52 so my dad came home one day and his sister my auntie said that this white man knocked her to the ground. I'm about to really set it all the way back at the general store. Okay, knocked to the ground at the general store. My dad went up there and beat the fuck out of dude. Just like in rosewood. The white clan showed up at the house with my grandmother and was like basically we hear the lencho son we ever see that nigga again. He's just because he just completely fucked some white dude in the store. And he had to go to the D or D


The Chillcmw

in my day you know, born and raised in Compton, but Compton schools wasn't giving a shit right so we then went to school in Gardena Paramount or in my case Long Beach like North Long Beach which is right next door so I had to walk from Compton to North Long Beach every day. On your way to Long Beach that's when you start meeting diverse people right Asians, Massey Cannes, Samoans and of course white people. So every Martin Luther King birthday you know you'd be walking in and just be some type of racist shit going on. But you know, we got in bankers you know, you know, like, like let them run out you know, I'm Sam but it's grown as white man's at the school with a dogs chasing us. They'll mean no one year we get them the next year they get us run us off your mind. So I guess that was my experience with California racist


Montage One

Yeah, it's mild as a text there but man when you sat sitting on side of road trying to fix a tire and a confederate flagged up truck robot be like fucking niggers?


Big Dee

Yeah.


Manny Up

See me and D was bussed to Palisades and it's a it's a rich area. It's a it's liberal. Yo, you know? Like really? Racist, was at bar mitzvah