A rape problem, ten years after Pac.

Posted: September 16, 2006 in Uncategorized

So. Milwaukee has a rape problem. My birthplace has a dilemma concerning 10 people and a 11-year-old who was raped against her will. It really sickens me to see that some folks can be so sick and demonic. Those are the key words I am using. "Sick and Demonic". They think it was mission accomplished, but why did I see some of the folks who did it, were on TV in orange jump suits in handcuffs and shackles? Tell me this. The mayor talks about that it is not a crisis. WHAT? Not a crisis? Whoa, Whoa, Whoa! When a rape problem occurs in any city, it is a crisis! Let’s be real about this. This is not a joke, and I do not see myself smiling. What is going to be the case now that school is in effect? It is time to clamp down on this situation and bring this dilemma to justice. I take that back. Bring it to it’s knees! Choke it out. Just as we should be doing to "clamp down" on the war against terrorism. Also, it seems that Wisconsin that has a problem tapping in to busineses like Honda, or Google. Other states have already done this but why not the Badger State? No wonder so many residents are moving to other states for jobs. In order for Wisconsin to tap in to great jobs, it needs to come out and play. I’ll give all respect to local companies like Harley to generate employment for the state, but hey you need to invite more national companies in too.
 
Now it is September 13th, 2006. This marks the tenth anniversary of the death of 2PAC. He was a rebel, a rapper,actor, and a poet. There were those who loved and hated him. Still after 10 years, folks from Eminem to Jay-Z are still talking about Thug Life. Now there are those individuals who think Pac is not dead. Hello? Tupac was shot on a Las Vegas strip and died in a hospital with one lung on life support. He aint coming back! I don’t mean to be sarcastic in all but Pac is really dead. Some of the baby boomers think Elvis is alive, but he is dead and buried in Graceland Cemetery in Memphis for 29 years. But getting back to 2PAC, the brother had a vision and a purpose. No doubt. Although I never had his albums nor the words "Thug Life" tattooed on my body, but I will give 2PAC his props. I don’t know what will PAC think about the current status of rap music today. I don’t know if he would have collaborated with 50 Cent, E40,  try to make amends with Bad Boy Records (despite of the rumored East Coast vs West Coast rap wars) or be renited for a Death Row Records Reunion tour with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg – that would be gangsta. Even though he was 25 at the time of his passing, Pac is still on of the best admired rappers that played the game – his way.
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