Use These 5 Black Hippity-Hop Songs To Oppress Sean Hannity's Lily-White Ass
Let's go through Hannity's quote, step by dumbass step, and also listen to some hippy-hop rap songs together! You'll want to make a playlist of these, so you can use them to oppress Sean Hannity, in case you run into him at a cocktail party or in the sex dungeon at Fox News, masturbating to the sound of his own voice:
Some of these same retailers, for example Sears, Walmart, Amazon, Ebay, and the rest of the retailers in the last 24 hours, have announced that they intend to discontinue sales of the Confederate flag. I have a question. Can you still buy a Jay-Z CD at Walmart? Does the music Department at Sears have any Ludacris albums? Can I download 50 Cent on Amazon? ... Can I get some Snoop Dogg albums on eBay? ... Because a lot of music by those artists are chock-full of the N-word ... and the B-word and the H-word, and racist, misogynist, sexist anti-woman slurs.
Here is your link for Jay-Z at Walmart, where you can hear Jay rap all about his 99 problems, and how not one of them is a B-word:
Here is Ludacris saying SO MUCH B-WORD:
Finally, to answer the question we posted at the beginning -- what is WRONG with Sean Hannity? -- we must note that it's not just the gangsta rap and the slut Beyoncé music that bothers Hannity. It seems to be black people, in general, making music:
"Prince performed [at the White House] I guess last weekend or the weekend before. I don't know if he uses any of that language in his music, I have no idea. I'm not a big Prince fan. I don't get it, frankly. Listening to his music I'm like, that's it? I don't get it."
What the FUCK kinda person doesn't get "Purple Rain"? Seriously? What happened to Sean Hannity in childhood that he doesn't GET IT? But yes, for Hannity's information, Prince does lots of dirty sex music too. We would post some of it, but, though he is WONDERFUL, Prince is also a total dick about letting his music be posted online, so screw it.
In conclusion, Sean Hannity is totally right, all of the above music is just as oppressive as the Confederate flag, Both Sides Do It, and WHAT ABOUT BLACK-ON-BLACK CRIME?