Lupe Fiasco blasts President Obama again

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    Lupe Fiasco isn’t done calling out President Barack Obama about the collateral damage his decisions cause.

    The Chicago rapper, who has already called President Obama a terrorist, is taking aim yet again at the Commander-In-Chief.

    Just a few days ago, Lupe was breaking down over all the lives lost over senseless violence in his hometown on MTV "RapFix Live," but during a more recent interview, he pegged the president as instigating the same type of violence overseas.

    "One hand, you have someone who is a great speaker, but kills little children—our president," Lupe told Philadelphia’s Power 99.

    "I’m talking about ordering a drone attack," Lupe explained. "Ordering drone attacks that go and kill mothers, innocent bystanders, children. Militants, too, but the collateral damage. You’re responsible for that, too."

    Although Lupe acknowledges that the president doesn’t specifically take aim at innocent bystanders, he does hold the president responsible for people getting caught in the crossfire. To put into more relatable terms, he used the example of drug dealer going after one specific rival in a crowd of people.

    Lupe stated, "Drug dealers can say the same thing. ‘I didn’t mean to kill all the people in the restaurant. I was just trying to get that one dude who killed my cousin. Just so happened that that little girl was there.’ Same thing."

     

     

     

     

    —Sonya Eskridge

     

     

     

    Here’s more:
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    Lupe Fiasco calls Obama a ‘terrorist’

    Lupe Fiasco defends Obama accusation
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