LISTEN: Mike Brown’s Explicit Rap Songs About Drugs, Drinking And Murder

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August 16, 2014 7:22pm PST

Despite the left deeming Mike Brown to be a “gentle giant” before knowing really anything about him, yet another blow has been dealt to the sympathetic narrative. Recently discovered were several songs performed by Mike Brown in which he rapped about certain illegal activities such as doing drugs, drinking, ho’s, and even murder.

In one of the photos released by the family, a jar of rap lyrics sat upon a mantle showing Brown’s potential. Lucky for those of us interested in the truth however, Brown had apparently recorded a few songs right before his tragic death allowing a bit more accurate perspective into the man he really was.

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According to Soopermexican:

Shit Talka:

The chorus is taken from the popular song, “Bad Boys,” but instead they sing, “shit talker, shit talker, whatcha gonna do? when a real killa killa come for you?”

SMH Luh Vee:

Here are some lyrics, as far as I could decipher them, from this song:

I’ll be counting money by myself
I’m a rich nigga so I got that wealth
I fuck three [???]  hos by myself
While I’m smoking on this [!?!?]

When the sun goes down
You in trouble now

Forgiveness:

This song references someone having intercourse with “niggas” who don’t really care about her and take her paycheck.

Smoking on this dope, till I choke
Motherfuckers
Motherfucker, fuck you and your opinions

Do you do smoke weed, keep doing what you do best

Jennings Station Road Freestyle:

This one specifically talks about killing people and how fun it is. The main rapper talks about how his favorite part of killing people is when they hit the ground.

Every time I call your bitch I make her cum
And when she comes I’m cumming all over her tush
I beat that pussy up
I’m smoking purple
I roll fat blunts they look just like my thumb

While I bless him with a dick on his face

08/05/14 Free$tyle Big’Mike:

In this rap song, one of the rappers talks about killing someone and seeing them “layin’ across the street.” The victim is said to be “mashed up and black” like a goblin so “there ain’t describing him.”

With this Glock in your face
And you betta not make a sound
And I only like white men on my money [???]
Those who are last shall be first,
Whites on the bottom

He musta walked up and unloaded because there was no stopping him
Somebody else layin’ across the street, must be his partner
Damn.

Now that you have heard Brown’s music for himself, what do you think – why was the left so quick to label Brown as something he clearly wasn’t?

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