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    I don't get it!?! Offensive words are just as hurtful, regardless if it is sung to a melody or screamed at a clan rally. Hate is still hate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kae View Post
    I don't get it!?! Offensive words are just as hurtful, regardless if it is sung to a melody or screamed at a clan rally. Hate is still hate!
    Not if you say Nigga.. that isn't a racist term.

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    It depends on how you say it and the feeling behind it. If it is with your friends, they know you they know you aren't racist. You are out with people that don't know you that well you best shut it. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Askanison View Post
    It depends on how you say it and the feeling behind it. If it is with your friends, they know you they know you aren't racist. You are out with people that don't know you that well you best shut it. lol

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    Exactly

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    this goes hard m8s


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    I don't care much, but I'd probably laugh at some scrawny white kid (or any scrawny non-black kid) saying it. By today's standards, it really is just a word, especially compared to the tensions that would arise when people used it a decade (or longer than that) ago.

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    I personally don't think it's appropriate. Some girls call each other the B word without any problem because there is some understanding between them. But if a guy called one of the girls the B word, it would be viewed as an insult and they would probably slap him in the face because it's only meant to be used among the girls as a friendly term.

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    Aren't there better friendly terms? Pal? Buddy? Homie? Anything but the "N" word?

    There's absolutely no good reason going around using the "N" word when there are thousands of better alternatives. I've never heard Asians call each other by the racial slurs that are hurled at them.

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    I just... I don't care but at some points I care. It's hard to explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Askanison View Post
    It depends on how you say it and the feeling behind it.
    I agree, but so many people take offense to it. Nowadays it should just be recognized but of course people complain about everything.

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    I just... I don't care but at some points I care. It's hard to explain.

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    Its been a while since I have seen Fat Joe do any big albums. I could remember he was in song "All I Do is Win" I wasn't sure if its the original version or the remix he was in. I agree with Fat Joe's statement about being blacker than most people is pure honesty. He did grow up in the Bronx so why not as long he is not criticizing black people its good.

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    I doesn't really bother any more than my own black race saying it. Rap is a mainstream that is dominated by blacks so no one should get mad at white rappers using a word that is part of the culture they are immersed in. There's a difference in saying something that is meant to be hurtful & racial & saying something that is slang amongst the art you express. In conclusion, I don't have any issue with it.

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    I have a load of black friends and I say it around them all the time usually when I'm rapping through a song, they don't care most of my friends are cool with it, which makes me feel more comfortable to say because they even call me "nigga" which if perfectly fine by me.

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    I'm tired of this topic. It is not hard to comprehend that if you are white, then you shouldn't say the word at all. I understand there's context to the word use in hip hop culture and in some communities whites do use the word amongst their black friends and so forth. I get that. Yes, I know the word is used in a lot of rap songs. I listen to a lot of hip hop music ever since I was a kid. It's not hard for a white person or any nonblack person not to use that word in their song. Simply refer to Eminem's music and you don't see that word there; unless you go to his mix tape he did when he was angry and attacked black women and use racial undertones in that crappy song.

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