A Task Only A Real Hood Hero Can Handle
When Bill Clinton cancelled his appearance at a NAACP town meeting in Detroit at the last minute there was only one man to call for the job. And no, it wasn't Al Sharpton. This time.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the No Limit founder talked to the audience about becoming strong Black leaders and placing value in education. “Don’t be afraid to make a change,” P said. “I come from the ghetto. I’m a living witness that you can make it.” Master P also addressed the controversy surrounding hip-hop lyrics, telling the audience that hip-hop needs to be fixed but it shouldn’t be used as a cop out for African-American’s social problems. “I was once part of the problem,” P said. “But I realized, by having kids, that if I’ve got to get in the car and turn down my own music, something is wrong and I’ve got to fix it.” (source
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