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Rappers Ja Rule, Lil Wayne arrested in NYC

There are 246 comments on the AM New York story from Jul 23, 2007, titled Rappers Ja Rule, Lil Wayne arrested in NYC. In it, AM New York reports that:

"Uh Oh." That's the name of a new song by rappers Ja Rule and Lil Wayne. It also may have been what the two were thinking on Sunday night when police arrested the top-selling hip-hop artists on charges of ...

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William

New York, NY

#1 Jul 23, 2007
Just the usual rapper scum. These people are perhaps some of the least intelligent, dumbest people in the world. They're like clowns for chrissakes.
Shocked

New York, NY

#2 Jul 23, 2007
Rappers arrested?!?!...never thought i'd see the day!!!..
Christopher

Livingston, NJ

#3 Jul 23, 2007
Bill stop it!!!.. my little brother wants to be a rapper
William

New York, NY

#4 Jul 23, 2007
Well, you can either send him to rap school or clown school. The choice is his. As I understand it, if you send him to clown school, the uniform is the same as it is at rap school so if he changes his mind half way through, you won't have to buy him new clothes.
Paul

New York, NY

#5 Jul 23, 2007
Lil Wayne is from New Orleans

Just a little correction
THE BEAV

AOL

#6 Jul 23, 2007
WHO CARES,TWO MORE THUGS FROM THE HOOD.
Eric

Houston, TX

#7 Jul 23, 2007
Hip Hop PD on the job - how about going after some of these unsolved cases instead of misdemeanors
Eric

Houston, TX

#8 Jul 23, 2007
William wrote:
Well, you can either send him to rap school or clown school. The choice is his. As I understand it, if you send him to clown school, the uniform is the same as it is at rap school so if he changes his mind half way through, you won't have to buy him new clothes.
why are you even here, name the last Rap cd you $$....
Christopher

Livingston, NJ

#9 Jul 23, 2007
This guy doesn't listen to rap Eric. He only knows how to play golf and listen to Abba Gold
weezys son

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jul 23, 2007
man they gotta kno dat rappers need protection bcuz its not an easy job....u kno they need 2 cut dem sme slack...cuz dese guys r always gettin shot at n being threatend ...so iz jus smething dey have 2 have 2 protect themselves
THE BEAV

AOL

#11 Jul 23, 2007
golf clubs in the hood are weapons.
William

New York, NY

#12 Jul 23, 2007
Eric wrote:
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why are you even here, name the last Rap cd you $$....
Do I look like an uneducated, uncultured lowlife with no taste in music? Get out of here. Just hearing it blaring from (probably stolen) SUV's in New York is enough. Rap sounds like the result of letting a bunch of gorillas loose in a recording studio and then editing the noise that results into an album.

Seriously though, rap is just a bunch of uneducated thugs trying to sound all tough and sh*t, on top of a style of production that hasn't really progressed for 15 years. It's as bland, tired and stale as country and western. But at least some C&W actually sounds good. I'm sorry but the "sounds from the street" are exciting to half-wits and lowlifes. Dumb kids who watch MTV. Thugs. Frat boys. Anyone who wears their freaking hat backwards. You know guys, if you turn them back to front they keep the sun out of your eyes. Handy tip.
William

New York, NY

#13 Jul 23, 2007
Eric wrote:
Hip Hop PD on the job - how about going after some of these unsolved cases instead of misdemeanors
Yeah like carrying an illegal gun isn't a misdemeanor. Face it, taking a gun out of the hands of a sub-human thug like this is 100% guaranteed to save lives. There are only so many guns in circulation, and every one taken from the hands of a filthy animal thug represents a huge benefit to mankind.
William

New York, NY

#14 Jul 23, 2007
Christopher wrote:
This guy doesn't listen to rap Eric. He only knows how to play golf and listen to Abba Gold
Yeah I'd rather listen to Abba in their pure form than listen to one of the many excruciating rap songs that have sampled them over the last 20 years or so. Same goes for great music like Steely Dan. How much nicer to hear the real version of "Black Cow" than to hear the first few bars looped over and over while some dumb-sounding street rat mumbles over it.
ABCD

Ann Arbor, MI

#16 Jul 23, 2007
William wrote:
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Yeah I'd rather listen to Abba in their pure form than listen to one of the many excruciating rap songs that have sampled them over the last 20 years or so. Same goes for great music like Steely Dan. How much nicer to hear the real version of "Black Cow" than to hear the first few bars looped over and over while some dumb-sounding street rat mumbles over it.
William you are a racist idiot.
William

New York, NY

#17 Jul 23, 2007
ABCD wrote:
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William you are a racist idiot.
Morons like you throw that word around like confetti at a wedding. You wield it as if it were a magic sword that cuts anybody down in mid sentence. "RACIST". The argumentative smart-bomb. Don't have anything to say? Call someone a racist. It's about time you stopped hiding behind that word.
Kwanzaboy

United States

#18 Jul 23, 2007
Ghetto foolishness
Christopher

Livingston, NJ

#19 Jul 24, 2007
William wastes all this time typing his OPINION on Black people and Minorities... now he tackles multi-platinum selling artists... Say what you wanna say Billy but... you wouldn't make a quarter of what these rap artist coming from "the ghetto" are making right now... you dummy... if they ask your boss to fire you in order for a huge business transaction to go through... that's it.. for your lazy a$$... no more blogging... friggin moron!!!!
William wrote:
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Do I look like an uneducated, uncultured lowlife with no taste in music? Get out of here. Just hearing it blaring from (probably stolen) SUV's in New York is enough. Rap sounds like the result of letting a bunch of gorillas loose in a recording studio and then editing the noise that results into an album.
Seriously though, rap is just a bunch of uneducated thugs trying to sound all tough and sh*t, on top of a style of production that hasn't really progressed for 15 years. It's as bland, tired and stale as country and western. But at least some C&W actually sounds good. I'm sorry but the "sounds from the street" are exciting to half-wits and lowlifes. Dumb kids who watch MTV. Thugs. Frat boys. Anyone who wears their freaking hat backwards. You know guys, if you turn them back to front they keep the sun out of your eyes. Handy tip.
jose

Providence, RI

#20 Jul 24, 2007
ayyyy dont do this to weezy... who cares bout ja juss FREE weezy baby!
Joey

Providence, RI

#21 Jul 24, 2007
why is everyone knockin on these guys thats fcuked up they were just tryna chill and do them but no of course cops gotta make a regular no problem situation into something its not whatever all i can say is thats bullshit FREE WEEZY!

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