Shocking to no one it turns out that one of the people killed in that wild car chase and shoot out that occurred on the Las Vegas strip yesterday involved a hip-hop artiste.
One of those killed was Kenneth Cherry Jr. — an aspiring rapper also known as Kenny Clutch — his attorney Vicki Greco said. According to his Facebook page, Cherry is from Oakland, California, and lived in Las Vegas.
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Let’s face it, the minute I heard about a car chase and shootout involving two luxury vehicles, a Maserati and a black Range Rover with tinted windows, custom rims and an out of State dealer’s tag, my first thought was the N-word (Norwegians). Imagine my surprise when it turned out to be African Americans instead. I mean, that’s just unheard of, right?
The real tragedy here is that an innocent taxi driver died in the melee. And I’d bet dollars to donuts that they never get the culprits. Oh they may have suspects in mind, but proving that they were driving the Range Rover and doing the shooting might be impossible.
I have opined before that the entire hip-hop music industry is nothing but a money laundering operation for street gangs and their drug profits. But the enablers in all of this are the ninnies who idolize these scum and buy their crappy music.
I think it’s high time for the FBI to crackdown and start making RICO cases against these record labels and their artists. These people (judging by their behavior) aren’t rocket surgeons and there must be a long paper trail of money transactions tying them to know drug kingpins and inexplicably absurd profits.
Seriously, are we to believe that some ghetto nobody scribbles out a couple of obscene rap lyrics and can suddenly afford a Maserati and a gold Rolex? Gimme a break.
If Obama really cared about gun violence he could make a good start by ordering the ATF to ransack the mansions of these punk hoodlums. They’d probably seize enough illegal weapons to fill a “Midnight train to Georgia.”