One of America’s most successful and iconic rappers/businessmen wants a black nationalist revolution so he can “take care of” his tribe.
In the meantime, he also wants us to talk more about black victimization and white racism while we throw in a lot more free stuff.
He’s not an outlier: This is a mainstream black point of view: We are just not that into white people.
Perhaps its time we take heed of what Hillary said every chance she had in 2016: White people have to start listening to black people.
And they are coming through loud and clear.