T.I.'s Not Done Telling Us The National Anthem's Racist Origins

  

Hustle Gang leader T.I. really wants us to know why protesting the National Anthem is more righteous than we think. The hip-hop veteran has once again hit up social media to share a debate on the "Star-Spangled Banner's" origins.

Last night, Tip went to Instagram to share more clips on why people have a right to feel a certain type of way about the historic song.






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Recently, fellow Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame shared his stance toward sports athletes protesting the National Anthem.

"That's crazy, for you to tell somebody, 'Yo, stand up to this flag.' N*gga you know what this flag did to us? Like, when is it gonna come the time when these players is respected? You know what I'm saying? Even, like, Kaepernick. For shorty to even kneel down, bro. That's deep. That's deep. That ain't got nothing to do with Black Power, that's deep. That's human rights. Even when the girl got fired - suspended, it don't matter, that sh*t made me delete my ESPN app. That sh*t made me go to Infinity and unsubscribe. That sh*t is foul. That's crazy, bro." (Hot 97)

Earlier this month, pro-Black Lives Matter and current NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick reacted to rap star Eminem shouting him out in his 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards cypher.






I appreciate you @eminem ✊🏾

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