Democratic Debate Will Follow Rap Concert at South Carolina State (Video)

Democrats will shuffle in to South Carolina State for their first presidential debate.
But, first a foul-mouthed rap concert will hit campus.

…”It’s all good!”

Drudge reported the story.
So, do the students mind the rapper’s “ho’s” and “b’s”?
Here are a few of the enlightened responses from the students on campus concerning the violent hate speech of rappers:

What kind of a culture has brain-washed these young women to make them think that violent language against women is OK? Do they really want to be called “b’s” and “ho’s” by rappers?
Is that really OK with them?

WIS TV South Carolina aired the story Friday:

WIS asked students at on campus about the concert and the lyrics. One student, Kendra Johnson, says, “The radio host was out of line when he said it. Some rap artists may be out of line, but they don’t mean no harm.”

Student Justin Miller says, “There’s always a time and place for everything. With hip hop music that’s a certain situation where those remarks can be used, but on public radio station pointed to a particular group it’s not proper.”

One of the performers at the concert was Crime Mob. Their video, “Rock Yo Hips” is set on a fictional campus, Crime Mob university. That’s where they depict women as strippers saying, “After she dance on that pole, I pull my cash so quick and fast.”

Students tell us, “It’s just music. It’s all how you take it.”

The controversial group is performing during Bulldogfest, a weekend designed to celebrate school spirit and recruit new students.

Student Body President Deven Anderson says, “Being they are a performing artist group they’re merely here to entertain us. That’s nothing serious in content, they’re here to entertain.”

In less than two weeks the rap will be replaced with debate. SC State University is hosting the first Democratic presidential debate.

But, don’t expect any of the candidates to protest this debate.
Hate speech is cool with democrats.
It’s just conservative speech they won’t tolerate.

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