Aren’t we lucky as Americans to hangout and have all the beautiful amenities of life and freedom to say almost what we want to say, thanks to the US Constitution and a fine legal system that defends it. A large part of our enjoyment is a result millions of men and women in uniform who have given their lives for us. If we obviously were at the front lines, we would have a better appreciation for this Soldiers. No wonder persons like Soulja Boy can easily create songs as reported by TMZ below:
“A proud military veteran is demanding an apology from Soulja Boy — after the rapper posted a video saying, “f**k the army troops.”
Soulja ignited a wave of controversy this week over his new song, “Let’s Be Real” — which includes the lyrics:
“F**k the FBI and the army troops … fighting for what? Be your own man …
… I’ll be flying through the clouds with green like I’m Peter Pan. . .”
TMZ spoke with Fred A. Flores — a retired Marine who is now a commissioner for the L.A. County Veteran’s Advisory Commission. Flores tells us, “It’s a very offensive statement … especially with the 10th anniversary of 9/11 coming up. . .” TMZ
Soulja boy, time to transition from a boy into a young man. You look quite silly talking like this, even if its is exercising your freedom. Freedom of Speech Does Not Mean Freedom of Stupidity!
Nonsense and rubbish on a Monday, Labor day? *Sigh* Interesting week ahead.
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