Baltimore’s police commissioner addressed a crowd at a hip-hop concert alongside the mayor, but the audience didn’t seem interested in what he had to say.
In between mumbling (c)rap "music" about killing Whites, receiving oral sex, killing their fellow tar monsters, doing drugs, selling drugs, killing everything walking and loitering in the coffee shop, the magic police commissioner and the cargo cult mayor addressed the dark metastasis. We interrupt this crude rhyme about shooting niggas sitting in cars to present our 40 Watt political ideas. I'm sure the average nightmare animal hoping to hear sick jungle beats from "real nikkas" was thrilled with this development.
“I want to take about 20 seconds to apologize for all the things that the police have done dating back 200 years,” Commissioner Darryl De Sousa said at Wednesday’s Eric B. & Rakim concert at Baltimore Soundstage.
Yes. Everything the "five-oh" has done in the last two centuries was wrong. That's definitely an interesting take on the historical role of law enforcement from a 90 I.Q. commissioner whose job performance calls to mind a corrupt African warlord more than a humble civil servant. We'll get back to "Rakim" slurring semi-coherently about bombing the kuffir in just a moment, but let me holler at you niggas about how all the bedrock institutions of a civilized society are bad and need to be eliminated. Unnnnnnnnn.
A video posted by Baltimore Fishbowl shows De Sousa being met with a few applause but mostly boo’s — as well as several profanities.
I know, who could have predicted this? Normally, embarrassing pandering from an Uncle Tom house nigger is very well received at the "Banga Musik" concert.
“Two hundred years ago, all the way to civil rights. All the way to the ’80s where crack was prevalent in the cities and it affected disproportionately African-American men. All the way to the ’90s. All the way to the 2000’s when we had zero tolerance,” De Sousa added.
Punishing the negro is wrong. Justice is "racist." Civilization is bad. The Bodymore Top Cop performs its jester act at a Clown World cultural event.
The commissioner went on to say he promises changes will be made to policing in the future.
We'll ignore the rot completely. We're sorry we made you live underground, morlocks.
The vegan hip-hop will resume right after these "yellas" make a failed appeasement attempt.
On Thursday night, the president of Baltimore’s police union issued this statement, in part: “I’m not sure that a blanket apology covering 200 years is appropriate. Law enforcement was created to protect and serve the citizenry despite race and that is what we strive to do, daily.”
You would think so, but one time this negro pointed a gun at the po-po and then got "limited," so clearly you're wrong.
Baltimore Soundstage says the remarks were not choreographed, but they said, in part, “We saw two passionate public servants starting a conversation that needs to be had.”
Well, that or two scumbag careerists who could easily pass the "paper bag test" condescending to much darker night terrors and getting run off the stage.
Baltimore has also seen a surge in violence over the past few weeks after a decline to start the new year.
Time to have a conversation on how to stop warm weather, which is also "racist" and makes brothas hostile.
I thought it was "Yo Yo" and got all excited, but it was just the mayor.