Thu Jan 3, 2013, 10:11 AM
Erose999 (5,016 posts)
Meet the worst "rapper" ever...
"Conservative/Libertarian" rapper S.G. Dietz aka "Badee the bad Rapper". He claims to make "pro-gun, anti-tranny music". He may or may not be a neo nazi.
Is it wrong to hope this whack ass motherfucker dies from some terrible mutant form of flesh-eating gonorrhea?
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Meet the worst "rapper" ever... (Original post)
Response to hobbit709 (Reply #2)
Thu Jan 3, 2013, 11:07 AM
Tommy_Carcetti (20,771 posts)
4. Did somebody say Chuggo?!?!?!?
TAXES: Musicians entertain tax protesters
Rock band, Rapper delight dozens at the Buffalo Tea Party
By Erica Allen
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
BUFFALO —It was an afternoon full of teabags, tax anger and tunes at Club W yesterday in downtown Buffalo. Grunge metal newcomers Il Eagles and Canadian-born hip-hop sensation Chuggo dazzled a larger than expect crowd of approximately 75 tax protesters who gathered at the bar to vent their frustration at President Barack Obama’s tax policies.
After Il Eagles cleared the stage, the much publicized rapper Chuggo, a native of Toronto, took over the proceedings. Flanked by six City of Buffalo police officers (assigned by the city upon the tea party organizers’ request to control the crowd of nearly 100 anti-tax protesters), the bald-headed Chuggo appeared with his trademark golden skull staff and immediately launched into a monologue decrying wasteful government spending.
Chuggo then treated the audience to his never-before heard single, “Kudzu”, much to the crowd’s amazement. Upon finishing the song, Chuggo stopped for a moment and took the time to address the topic of the day.
“The American taxpayers are like a duck that has been duct-taped to the wall by the U.S. government,” Chuggo said in an uncharacteristically hushed tone. “Well, I’m here to say that we as a people are not going to stand by the sticky restraints of high taxes. President Obama, free the duck!” Clearly, Chuggo’s statement riled up the passions of the audience, as chants of “Free the duck!” soon enveloped the entire club.
Response to Tommy_Carcetti (Reply #4)
Thu Jan 3, 2013, 11:11 AM
Tommy_Carcetti (20,771 posts)
6. Also worth a read:
Chuggo, whose birth name is Gary Switling, describes himself as a “free market conservative dedicated to preserving the values of hard work that made this country great.” His philosophy often is reflected in his musical work, such as his populist anthem “The People” and arguably his best-known song, “Ahh! C’mon!” which he describes as “a young man’s lament upon seeing excessive tax withholding in his weekly paycheck.” When performing, Chuggo is never seen without his ubiquitous golden skull staff, which he states symbolizes the sad, impending death of capitalism in America...
Lakeshore Productions, Inc. President and CEO Walt Heimermann said of Chuggo: “Chuggo truly represents the future of conservativism in America and its relevance to the younger generation. While the country-western music community has long trumpeted the values of the right, it’s a refreshing change to see Chuggo bring the ideas of Reagan and Gingrich to the hip-hop and R&B world.”
Response to Erose999 (Original post)
Thu Jan 3, 2013, 11:09 AM
el_bryanto (8,331 posts)
5. Wishing evil of that dark a nature is more likely to hurt you than Badee the bad Rapper
So while I don't know if it's wrong, it's probably not a good idea.
And anyway, the fuck has to go through life having labeled himself Badee the Bad Rapper. When he dies, and they print his obituruary those words will appear. Badee the bad Rapper.