We’ll miss good music: Rapper Lupe Fiasco calls it quits once & for all

Posted on December 14 2016 , at 09:28 pm
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  • Lupe is frustrated that his ‘N.E.R.D.’ freestyle, which was rapped over J. Cole’s ‘Everybody Dies’ beat, was taken down by SoundCloud

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Rapper, Lupe Fiasco has teased retirement before, and now the Chicago rapper claims he is officially done with the rap game.

In a series of tweets he posted, Lupe expresses frustration that his ‘N.E.R.D.’ freestyle, which was rapped over J. Cole’s ‘Everybody Dies’ beat, was apparently taken down by SoundCloud.

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The removal is apparently due to ‘hate speech.’

DJBooth penned an editorial pointing out one specific line that it found to be anti-Semitic.

After the editorial was published, the MC went on Twitter to defend the line, saying that not all Jewish executives are corrupt, he was just trying to make a point about those who are.


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Ultimately, Lupe took the situation as a sign from God to stop rapping and he consequently announced his retirement and the cancellation of his three upcoming albums, DROGAS, DROGAS Light and Skulls.

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