For those who’ve wished Kirkland Perkins’ Ghetto Bragging Rights would go outside the box, your wish just came true. Perkins is set to launch, to his community, Ghetto Bragging Rights Unplugged. The expansion will allow GBR community members to now vote and rank on rappers as well as anti American terrorists.
Perkins, though, states clearly that he in no way supports anti American terrorism and will not glorify or celebritize terrorits who are chosen by the community.
Sexy young SuperThug Plies knocked on the doors of the hearts of the Ghetto Bragging Rights Unplugged community, this weekend, with his appearance on BET’s Rap City.
“I speak for my brothers who can’t be here, right now, because maybe they made some of the wrong decisions in life. What I do, I do for you,” Plies said.
“We were innundated with votes,” said new GBR Unplugged critic Aniga Dubois. “Little brother is too much. His style is original and instead of using his opportunity to shine to glorify himself, he spoke for the brothers we love.”
Since the 2005 launch of the Ghetto Bragging Rights, its community has grown to thousands.
Recently, artist and rapper Plies was crowned with the Hallowed Rapper Rights awarded by the community.
“I think we’ll see additional growth from this expansion,” Perkins said.