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Let's Start a Riot': First Rap Song Devoted to Trayvon Martin Calls for Violence


"Lynch that cracker."

The Trayvon Martin case has inflamed passions like perhaps no case in recent memory, and there is plenty of ugliness resulting from those passions. Now, the first rap song devoted to the Martin case has appeared on Youtube, titled "All Black in My Hoodie," by the rapper Zoeja Jean.

It is not exactly a pleasant listening experience. The chorus goes as follows:

All black in my hoodie

All black in my hoodie

Strapped up with them AKs

F--k protesters

Let’s start a riot

Fight, let’s start a riot

The lyrics then proceed apace, with vulgarity continuing to escalate as it goes on:

Burn the house

And everybody in it

I don’t give a f--k about the racist ass children

F--k all that bullshit

Protest with justice

I feel like the Black Panthers

Let’s start a f--kin riot

Ain’t trying to talk like Dr. King

Like Malcom X I’m runnin ????

F--k them pussy ass KKK

We black and strapped with them A-K-K

They did us wrong in Haiti

They did us wrong in Africa

Black folks let’s keep it real

These pussy crackers don’t love us

If we don’t do s--t

And lynch that cracker

Six months later

They gonna kill another brother

Note the phrasing. "Lynch that cracker," the "cracker" in question presumably being George Zimmerman. Apparently, either the reference to lynching has now been explicitly adopted by Martin's more violent supporters, or Zoeja Jean has gone off the reservation with this wording. Either way, it doesn't bode well for this already excessively violent case. Tempers are flaring, and the most irresponsible observers of this tragedy appear to be doing everything they can to encourage that.

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