Saturday, October 24, 2015

Rapping From The Hole In The Wall!

Seven South Carolina interns got a lengthy bid in the iron college for smuggling contraband into the iron college. Matter of fact, they lost almost every privilege in the regards to this YouTube video that surfaced on the net.

Someone filmed the interns rapping from the walls. They ended up posting their rap music video on WorldStarHipHop, a notorious celebrity agitating website.

The South Carolina Department of Corrections scrapped their recording gig.
Rapping from the walls got interns time in the hole.
This video got them more time out. They will have time in the hole. They will have a combined amount of 20 years in the hole in the wall. The hole in the wall is solidarity confinement. The SCDC came under fire for the punishment after it was revealed even longer periods of solitary confinement were given to other prisoners for using social media in the past.

The six minute video went viral.

These interns were given a combined total punishment of 7,150 days, or 19.75 years, of solitary confinement at the South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC). The group of men recorded the video, “I’m On,” last March

Of course, our conservative concern trolls are probably already engaging in attacking hip-hop music, BlackLivesMatter and President Barack Obama.

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