Blind Rapper Striving For Immortality

Blind Rapper Striving For Immortality

New York City : NY : USA | Jan 27, 2011 at 5:14 PM PST
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Tomorrow night on BET's '106th and Park' will be another installment of "Freestyle Fridays." It's a format that pits two rappers against each other. Whoever wins becomes champion and is allowed to come back to defend the crown. However, after five wins, 106th and Park retires that particular rapper from the show and is put into their Hall of Fame.

On tomorrow's broadcast, history could be made in the rap community as Blind Fury from Lugoff, SC will be going for his fifth victory. What makes his raps even better is that everyone knows that they are not pre-written. For the past month, he has been destroying the competition.

In the video clip from a month ago, it shows his 1st victory over Ace Kayo from Oakland. Sadly, the biggest competition Blind Fury faced was against Diddy. Diddy was a guest on the show, and he kept blowing a whistle. For his actions, Diddy is a schmuck because he didn't realize that loud noises really disturb blind people. I guess that what happens when someone drinks too much Ciroc.

In a microcosm, it shows the main flaw in African-American culture. They are quick to blame ignorance when they step on someone else's toes, but are too sensitive when someone attacks them. Get over it!

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The first battle on 106th and Park for Blind Fury.
Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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