Sick ‘Black Fist’ video shows ‘cracka’ cops being kidnapped, beaten, tortured and killed – and it’s still on YouTube!

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A violent new rap depicting the torture, beating and murder of a police officer is so barbarous it needed a disclaimer at the start of it.

The intention of this video is not to promote violence, but to show that we as a people will no longer accept the loss of innocent Black Lives. The message of this video is not to target anyone but instead, to value everyone. This video is a statement and a reminder that black lives won’t be ‘taken’ lightly.

 

But the disclaimer for the song titled “Black Fist,” by David Banner featuring Tito Lo, did little to subtract from the brutality and racism portrayed in the video and its vile lyrics.

It begins by showing a police officer smiling while watching news footage of his own acquittal after being found not guilty of killing a black suspect.

A knock is heard at the door and when the officer answers it he is attacked and kidnapped.

The officer is next shown tied to a chair on trial in front of a makeshift all black court where he is found guilty.

From there it actually got worse as it portrayed the vicious bloody beating of the police officer by a gang of black men, including some who were apparently already dead.

It has amassed nearly 200,000 YouTube views since its release on Sunday despite the fact that it seems to violate YouTube’s standards.

We don’t support content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity, or whose primary purpose is inciting hatred on the basis of these core characteristics. This can be a delicate balancing act, but if the primary purpose is to attack a protected group, the content crosses the line.

Watch the video and read the lyrics below.

**WARNING – STRONG LANGUAGE AND GRAPHIC VIOLENCE.**

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Lyrics via genius.com.

[Intro]
I’m in the booth bruh, gimme, gimme five minutes

[Hook]
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist

[Verse 1: David Banner]
These crackers got drones. They are flying their saucers
Keep your white jesus, don’t pray to your crosses
They are burning our churches, K.R.I.T. pass me the UZI
I know how to work it; I know how to Squirt it
No Martin, No Luther, No King, No Marching No choirs don’t sing
The same christian lovers that raped our GrandMothers and hung our GrandFathers from trees
They are enemies!
Blood on the leaves, blood on the streets, blood on our feet
I’m sick of walking, I’m sick of dogs getting sicced on us, I’m sick of barking
I’m sick of spitting written sentences listeners don’t get
Don’t get, don’t get, don’t get!
Because they got Chains on their brains and that is not a diss
Shout out to TIT!!!

[Hook]
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist

[Verse 2: Tito Lopez]
I ain’t African I’m Ethiopian
Put some royal seeds in her fallopian
You can hope I win (hoe) or hope I lose
Bitch long as we made it trill to HOPE again!
I hope I get into Heaven, I hope we forgiven
I hope Jesus far as I know look like “Ned the Wino” when I see Florida Evans
Them 7’s outweighing them 6’s
I’m staying religious, cause we stay in the trenches
And gotta play where they lynch us, done came to my senses
I bet them crackas never came through my fences
Ya burn up ya cross, and I’ll burn up ya corpse
Then I turn and bang and do the same to the witness
Hang ‘em and dangle ‘em in the street looking up at his feet
So you never forget this we did this for Martin and Malcolm, even Mandela
Jimmie Lee Jackson and then Medgar Evers
For Clyde Kennard, hard labor slaving in the yard
For Huey, for Hampton, for Bobby we GODLY
For Jordan Davis we gon’ play this, for Sandra Bland we gon’ stand
I’m still out here stomping, for Janaya Thompson, from the Coast to Compton its LO…

[Hook]
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist
Pump your black fist, pump your black fist

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
Carmine Sabia

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