Black Teen Killed In Ferguson Police Shooting Was Aspiring Gangsta Rapper, LOVED VIOLENT Lyrics
The name Mansur Ball-Bey has been trending on Twitter because police say that he shot at them during an arrest attempt and they shot back and killed him in St. Louis. Of course, all the black activists are saying that the 18-year-old was completely innocent and would have never done such a thing. Well, his social media imprint indicates otherwise.
Here’s a pic from his Instagram account:
UPDATE!! HIS INSTAGRAM HAS BEEN SCRUBBED. Here’s a screenshot of the post I was referring to originally:
Now look, I’m not saying that everyone who raps in a gangsta rap video featuring violent lyrics is gonna go out and shoot at cops… but it severely handicaps your case that you’re a decent, innocent guy if cops end up saying that you shot at them.
Here’s an alternate view from a friend of his:
I graduated with #MansurBallBey and for the 4 years I knew him, he was a good person that didn't have trouble with anyone.
— Alexander ⚾ (@dreadhead21597) August 20, 2015
In the instagram post, Mansur is pitching this violent rap video where his friend flashes a gun and they both talk about killing gang rivals:
UPDATE! THE VIDEO HAS BEEN SCRUBBED.
Here’s the link to the original video, but here’s a copy someone else put up:
Here’s a screenshot from the video:
This is the cover page of his rap page on Facebook:
Black Lives Matter moron activist Deray McKesson is already tweeting “in memory” of Mansur:
— deray mckesson (@deray) August 20, 2015
At the group’s SoundCloud page, he posts the song, “Better Where A Vest.”
[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/185616577″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]
This isn’t the first time. I also exposed how Mike Brown was an aspiring rapper and posted many violent rap songs about killing rival gang members, and shooting cops. Now, I realize that in poor black communities, this is just standard fare, but it just doesn’t help the defenders of Mansur’s innocence when it’s clear he happily participated in a culture of violence – the gangsta rap genre.
And that would be true no matter what race you are.