Mike Brown’s Abusive, Vile & Misogynistic Rap Music and Tweets Discovered
“Gentle Giant” Mike Brown from Ferguson, Missouri recorded several raps before his death.
The Riverfront Times posted the collection.
You can listen for yourself—-
“Jennings StationsRoads Free$tyle” by Big Mike and Luh Vee K are filled with misogynistic lyrics.
…My favorite part is when that body hits the ground.
I soak em up like I’m ringing out a sponge
Every time I call you bitch. There b cum.
And when she cum I b cumin all over her tongue
I beat that pussy up and then be on the run (Come on bitch!)
I roll flat blunts that look just like my thumb
…My niggas from the area we don’t play…
Masturbating off my voice on my laptop.
Mother f*ckers would have never far I made it in the rap game…
Lyrics from Lights Out Big’Mike K-Loc Luh A
Lights out. Lights out.
I knock your ass out.
…It’s lights out bitch.
I do the hit and I’m gonnna make it hurt.
…And count my money while my bitch suck me like a Slurpee.
Even the far left The Riverfront Times could not sugar-coat the filth in Brown’s recordings. The RFT reported:
While Brown has been described as a “gentle giant” and “a big teddy bear,” his tracks are filled with the usual guns-and-money bluster one might expect from a trap-rap artist.
But thats not all.
Got News uncovered several misogynistic and abusive tweets Mike Brown sent to his girlfriend, Fatty.
Tweets from Michael Brown’s Twitter account between himself and his on again, off again girlfriend, @Shady_May, paint a tragic portrait of his final days.
Brown called May his “fatty” repeatedly.
I wanna kick it with my fatty ⇨@Shady_May⇦ ⇧ツ
— IvPlay With Society (@LoveRHateMe_) June 27, 2013
But she betrayed him.
@Shady_May ok So you fucked me and a week or two later u on twitter kissin another nigga so u aint a hoe or should I call you a thot?
— IvPlay With Society (@LoveRHateMe_) August 6, 2014
Brown insulted May’s weight.
These chubby hoes ain't loyal
— IvPlay With Society (@LoveRHateMe_) July 3, 2014
There’s much more at Got News.
You’ll never read this in the mainstream media.
It doesn’t fit their narrative.
Some propagandists on the left want you to believe Mike Brown was a “gentle giant” who rapped about God and Christianity.
Now you know the truth.