â??Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Just last summer Father Pfleger said my words was trash to the community and I didnâ??t deserve to be on the McDonalds tour. Itâ??s crazy how the tables turned in just under a year. Father Pflegerâ??s own words and opinions of Mrs. Clinton came In the worst way and now he expects for the world and his church to give him a full acceptance. Do you think its right that he apologizes and gets away with his words? Did he really lose anything? I lost a multi million dollar contract, he embarrassed and disgraced my name in public by his billboards calling my music trash. He even went as far as getting Bill Oâ??Reily to get on TV to diss me as well, and not once did he ever call me or even ask me my opinion of my views and music.
All it took was the young generation to expose him of his true colors, big shout out to Youtube.com, for putting him on blast. Mr. Pfleger is in a much stronger position than I am. I represent the streets and hip-hop while he is a representative of God and I feel like he should have been a little more careful of his words too. I donâ??t look for any apologies from him, McDonalds, or even little Bill Oâ??Reily. I keep it street and 100 by saying â??LOOK WHOâ??S CALLING THE KETTLE BLACKâ??. â??
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