Friday, May 04, 2012

Jay-Z And His Nigger Nets Basketball Team Says The New York Post!

Sending our condolences to the Beastie Boys founding member/producer Adam "MCA" Yauch.

Jay-Z the rap mogul has a part ownership in the NBA's Brooklyn Nets.
We're experiencing a moral deficit.

News Corporation, Incorporated the hub to 20th Century Fox, Sky News Network, Fox News, Fox Network, My Network TV, Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post is under fire. 

The media conglomerate is under investigation in the United Kingdom's phone hacking scandal. Chairman Rupert Murdoch is under fire over in the UK as well as the United States.

Murdoch's most successful and yet most controversial outlets Fox, Fox News (and Fox Business Network) and the New York Post have pushed the bar even lower when it comes to decency and public standards.

Fox programs include hit programs like The Simpsons, American Idol, Family Guy, Glee and the New Girl.

The Fox News Channel is America's most watched cable news network. It's star talent includes conservatives such as Bill O'Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, Megyn Kelly, Sean Hannity and Neil Cuvato. The network has popularized the key phrases "Fair and Balanced" and "We Report You Decide" under the mantra of the American flag.

The New York Post is similar to the New York Daily News. It's kind of like a gossip rag with sensational stories you'll only find with conservative agitators like Matt Drudge and Michelle Malkin. Well according the liberal-leaning news agitator Newser, a writer for the Post wrote something offensive about rapper Jay-Z.

The Nets is a NBA professional team that operates out of Newark, New Jersey. The rap mogul Jay-Z, born Shawn Carter, 42 has an ownership in the struggling team. What the rapper and business executives decided to move the team to Brooklyn, New York, the Post columnist wanted to share his "lyrics without a beat!"

The writer made the claim that:

As long as the Nets are allowing Jay-Z to call their marketing shots — what a shock that he chose black and white as the new team colors to stress, as the Nets explained, their new “urban” home — why not have him apply the full Jay-Z treatment?

Why the Brooklyn Nets when they can be the New York N------s? The cheerleaders could be the Brooklyn B----hes or Hoes. Team logo? A 9 mm with hollow-tip shell casings strewn beneath. Wanna be Jay-Z hip? Then go all the way!
Now, we are aware of the controversy by rapper Jay-Z. He's was once a former drug dealer who took the advantage of his life to pick up a microphone and rap to a beat. Jay-Z is a very wealthy man. Beside his 15 albums, Jay-Z was once the co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, a vanity label credited to the success of rapper/producer Kanye West. Jay-Z also married longtime girlfriend, pop singer Beyonce Knowles. In 2012, the rapper announced that he and Beyonce Knowles are proud parents of his first child.

As he branches out into other venues with his own start up label Roc Nation, he's also invested in partnership with an upscale nightclub, an alcoholic beverage company, the rap mogul wanted to participate in an ownership of a NBA basketball team.

I am assuming that the New York Post writer was upset that the rap mogul owns a basketball team.  

New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick under fire for racial-themed article
Phil Mushnick wonders probably why a controversial talk radio host can't own a football team but a rapper can?

Once again, I stress this. Conservatives are trying to defeat President Barack Obama. The president's allies, Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles are in the crosshairs of conservative agitation. Anyone who is associated to President Barack Obama will be a target of Republicans and its soon to be presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

Jay-Z and Beyonce are a fairy tale couple that does have a share of controversy.

The Republicans and its allies in the conservative movement are looking to find anything that amounts to what this controversial talk radio host said about a private citizen who became the public figure of the women's rights movement.

This controversial talk radio host is Rush Limbaugh and the comments he's made in the past years have finally taken a toll. Activists are calling for his advertising to be pulled and they've been successful in having over 150 national companies pulled.

To make a negative connotation to hip-hop is one thing, but for a white guy who has no understanding of the art of hip-hop, is pretty much the reasons why conservatives are out of touch with society itself.

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