According to critics who have heard it, rap artist CriminallyInsane’s upcoming release Black On White Crime II is more controversial than his previous two releases and, like them, will probably be banned again from mainstream air play.
“Once upon a time in Knoxville Channon Christian & Little Boy Blue got raped. Not. What white girls do? Muh
dick. Like What white boys like? Muh dick. Right.”
“It’s hard to listen to if you aren’t familiar with his work,” says celebrity snitch Clarence Starr. “It’s definitely his most controversial work. That’s saying a lot.” Insane, who recently made headlines in for deriding Eminem as a hip hop artist who only gained access to the black community through co-signing of Dr. Dre, blasts those who refer to the Knoxville case involving the deaths of University of Tennesse student Channon Christian and her associate Christopher Newsom as a carjacking rather than staged rape gone bad and declares his support for the National Black Foot Soldier Network’s “No Reparations, No Peace” campaign. “Insane’s thought to be the first rap artist to speak on the Knoxville case,” Starr says. “But, according to sources, he’s actually been in touch with key Knoxville players and is said to have even exchanged with Lemaricus and Letalvis personally.”
“Orville Redenbacher pops harder than Emimen”
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A self described loser with a felony record that includes armed robbery, Insane’s fore coming release identifies “niggas who commit crimes against whites or who are convicted for having committed black on white crime as activists and declares arrest & conviction of activists illegal.
“Criminally, we grew up schooled that the only sin was black on black crime. The Black Foot Soldiers is bringing this back,” Insane reportedly told True Thug magazine in January.