Nas Channels His Inner Scarface & Calls For A Stop To "Years & Years Of" Evil

  

New York rapper Nas has time for social media this week. God's Son went to Instagram Monday (November 20) to share his thoughts on a slew of topics ranging from Africa human trafficking to the death of Hollywood actress Della Reese.

Over the past few hours, Nasir Jones has flooded his timeline with thoughts on today's biggest subjects.






Rest In Power The Beautiful Della Reese

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Della

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#humantrafficking #Libya 🇱🇾 What The F🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️! Free The People ! This has to end. Years & years of this Evil has to be stopped man

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Attitude

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Last night, Nasir Jones went to Instagram to speak up on fellow Queens rapper MC Shan's greatness.






MARLEY MARL. And the most Overlooked, MC SHAN. Before Rakim or LL ....Shan Ruled. Shan schooled. The Shakespearean Emcee himself. #wordsmith #thetruth #puma #kangol

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Powerful Pexster x LEE x MR Wave. If u know this movie you know what this scene is about! #reminiscing #battlecry

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Over the weekend, Nas reflected on the impact late hip-hop radio deejay Mr. Magic had on him.






Mr Magic was on WBLS. He's the reason us "Rich Rap Niggas is so called "Rich". We need a statue of this man. Him and Kool DJ Red Alert. Stay Educated, I Love this ARTFORM & All generations the first pioneers and the new pioneers. RIP MR MAGIC @rushtown298

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Prior to dying October 2009 from a heart attack, Magic made a name for himself in the hip-hop radio scene.

Mr. Magic, born John Rivas, was the first host on commercial radio to devote a program exclusively to rap when his "Rap Attack" began broadcasting on WBLS-FM in New York in April 1983. Disco and funk were then fading, and rap was emerging as a rebellious new art form in the streets, housing projects and parks of New York City. (New York Times)

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