A chilling video portraying just that, has not been age restricted or de-monetized on YouTube, despite the Google-owned company de-monetizing a broad range of political commentary for being “offensive” over the last 6 months. This particular video currently has over 4.5 million views.
The racially-charged “song” by rapper XXXTentacion against the police in the US, depicts a white child being hanged as a black child looks on. The video for the song Look at Me kicks off by showing XXXTentacion inciting a riot in a school classroom before a mob beats up a white teacher.
The teacher is beaten up with dildos while the rapper continues about how he “can’t keep my dick in my pants”.
The rapper is then seen hanging from a tree while he makes references to the deaths or beatings of Emmett Till, Philando Castile, Rodney King, as well as the recent violence in Charlottesville.
The “song” is basically a long monologue against “racial injustice”, but when the scene cuts to two children, one white one black, and XXXTentacion then puts the noose over the white boy’s head in order to hang the white child, the pretence about “justice” is over. The little white boy is seen writhing around dying as the black child looks up at him.
While XXXTentacion appears to chastise black looters in Ferguson and Baltimore for ransacking stores with, “Look at all the stores you wreckin’ – Nigga I reckon – Think about the people who own it for about a second – I know you got your problems but brother they got theirs,” he continues to incite the murder of police officers as a response, rapping as follows:
I’d enjoy the thrill of it
Bath in blood of officers
Different corpses, offing them
Don’t you bark at them
“XXXTen’s frankly insincere-looking turn toward sociopolitical consciousness will likely do little to quiet the chorus of his detractors, who still demand for him to take responsibility for his alleged violent actions and show accountability for the content of his music,” Uproxx noted.
Domestic abuse allegations have surfaced against the rapper, after he was recently accused of head-butting, strangling and punching his pregnant female partner.
The rapper responded to the allegations of abuse by releasing a video in which he stated, “Everybody that called me a domestic abuser, I’m finna domestically abuse ya’ll little sisters’ pussy from the back”.
Twitter meanwhile has banned writer Elizabeth Johnston, who writes at “The Activist Mommy,” for her war of words with Teen Vogue editor Phillip Picardi who published an article prosletysing anal sex for 13 year olds.
Not only has Twitter banned her, but YouTube will not allow her video commentaries to be monetized. Johnston’s views on homosexuality come from the Bible. After Picardi okayed a guide to anal sex for teen girls in a recent issue, parents everywhere were understandably upset and tweeted their concerns. Picardi’s response was to give them the middle finger while kissing a man.
Picardi complained about Johnson using the word “sodomy,” but nevertheless publishes articles encouraging young girls to practice it.