Christian Hip-Hop Artists Continue to Use Profanity in ‘Rapping Their Praises’ [Video]

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Christian Hip-Hop Artists Continue to Use Profanity in ‘Rapping Their Praises’ [Video]

Our friends over at The Church Lady Blogs is so right. The use of profanity in Christian music is absurd and does not belong in music that assuming to reverence Jesus Christ. We have said it a million times and we are so glad that CLB and the Christian Post can see an issue with the music as well. The Christian Post poses the question if Christian rapper ‘Sho Baraka’ crossed the line choosing to use the ‘n-word’ and the ‘b-word’

As reported by The Christian Post: 

In track nine of the 14-track album title “Jim Crow” a.k.a “N***a Island,” however, Sho Baraka rails against the oppressive nature of racism, referencing the n-word and the b-word as noted in edited excerpts from his song below.

I feel I’m trapped in a crazy place.

Asking the Lord for amazing grace.
I see the masses wanna change me.
I’m waiting for someone to save me.
Until then, until then.
(2 x)
I guess I’m stuck here on n***a island.
Yeah, when n***a’s be wildin’.
Yeah, and color is violence.
Yeah, moment of silence.

That lady you call hope, that’s my lover
That woman you call “b***h”, that’s my mother

 

Watch video below. (If you can stand to)