Christian Rapper Brizzle Gets Death Threats Over Lyrics But He’s Protected By the Blood!

Christian Rapper Brizzle Gets Death Threats Over Lyrics But He’s Protected By the Blood!

We don’t like much christian rap for reasons we have explained a million times on this blog but this song really touched us. We didn’t listen to the music but we heard the lyrics. The lyrics were awesome and so true. We were moved and we admire this young Houston rapper for speaking his mind an standing against the death threats. The truth will set you free and free indeed he will be! God bless him!

The report says:

A 30-year-old Bizzle looks more like your average everyday father of two than a rapper whose latest song has prompted online death threats from total strangers.

“We have these conversations ‘off the record’ so much, but everyone’s afraid to speak up because of what comes speaking up,” he spoke into the phone.

The person on the other line was a radio talk show host, and they were talking about a song he wrote called “Same Love Response.” It’s a spin on the song Macklemore sang at the 2014 Grammy awards show as dozens of same-sex couples married on national television.

Here are some of the lyrics below:

[Verse: Bizzle]
“…It’s funny how the media portrays things
They really pushing hard for this gay thing
And it’s so wicked how they manipulate things
Can’t even disagree without them making it a hate thing
I say you wrong, and you holla “hate” instantly
But you say we the ones who don’t tolerate differences
There’s a whole lot of things I could say really
But, see your hypocrisy is something I could paint vividly
Saying, it’s the way you was born, and I’m sure that
You lust just like I do just in a different form
But I’m married so if I give into mine, I’m a cheater
If you give into yours, you just fight to make it legal
You rather fight God, then fight sin
The Bible is alright, until it calls what you like sin
And I feel so disrespected that you were so desperate
You would compare your sexual habits to my skin (What?!?)
Calling it the new black
Tell me where they do that
They hung us like tree ornaments, where were you at?
They burned us for entertainment, you go through that?
Mom’s raped in front of they kids, while they shoot dad
Ever been murdered just for trying to learn how to read bro? (Nope.)
A show of hands?
I didn’t think so
So, quit comparing the two. It ain’t the same fight
You can play straight. We can never play white
Using black people as pawns for yo’ agenda..”

Once a self-described secular rapper recording under the Lavish Entertainment label , Bizzle’s new label is God Over Money. He says his version of the song is based on the Bible. Critics say its hateful.

When asked, “do you hate gay people?,” Bizzle responded, ” Not at all. Not at all.”

At the Grammy’s when Macklemore sang the words, ” have you read the YouTube comments lately?”, he wasn’t talking about Bizzle’s then yet to be written track, and yet, Bizzle’s gotten more than his share of profanity laced, hateful comments.

“People telling (me) things like, ‘oh I’m gonna chop your body up and send it to your family’.”

Bizzle is now turning the tables on the posters, using the Internet, the same tool they used to attack him, to prove his point.

The website is called

“When I propose my beliefs, just respect them the same way supposed to respect you,” he said. “I just tweeted yesterday, if you see me out with a woman who is not my wife, I expect you to check me on it. (Just) because I’m Bizzle and I rap, I don’t get to be out cheating on my wife, and get a pass. As brothers and sisters in Christ we hold ourselves, we hold each other accountable.”