If Kutt Calhoun is a blood and Brotha Lynch Hung is a crip, how do they tour together and share a label. I mean shouldn't they be at each others throats? I mean maybe since they're both on Strange its more important than their gangs, but since they're such die-hard crips & bloods it seems like they couldn't possible get along as well as they do. Thoughts?
yup this is just one of them "No matter what nobody say I'm makin my money
and not lettin that bangin shit get in my way
Niggaz get mad they wanna see the lynch rippin
I'm wearing blue yeah but motherfucker I ain't even trippin" its like why bang if you getting money.
Nick Laird said:
BLH says in one of his songs that he ain't active no more. And making money is the main goal in any set so fuck it. Make that money.
They were both created by the illuminati to keep people divided and fighting. That's how they always do it.
Supply two sides with guns and drugs then they set back and collect the money and watch the hood die.
This is not my opinion either, this is fact if you research it.
So for gangs to fight is giving the system what they want.
All the Crips, Bloods, Juggalos and all middles/lower class people should unite and Take this country back the same way it was stolen.
i use to think this way too like ooooh shit they suppose to hate each other....but yeea its not always that way...when cali called that troost that stop some of the stupid pointless endless trippin that was going on between bloods and crips..nowdays u see them willinly or unwillily sharin the same space..both tryna get money. which is the goal beaten into our minds in life. game got crip niggaz who he cou wit. kutt too tech anyone claimin a gang rather past or present will have no choice but to run into someone that usualy they wouldnt and shouldnt be caught chillin wit...but that person is fam or so cou that they say fuck that bs long as u aint trippin they look past the colors like we do in life wit blacks and whites together! well least tryin to do still lol u got some ppl tho who dont want it to happen rather gang life or reg life...
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