Douche of the Week: Lil Wayne

Updated: June 18, 2013


By Jack Mandaville

I want to make a few of my personal opinions clear before I go into my impending tirade about our latest Douche of the Week.

1) I think Natalie Maines is not only extremely talented, but I believe the backlash her and The Dixie Chicks received after their controversial stance on the Iraq War was unnecessary and unfair.

2) I harbor no ill will toward NFL quarterback Michael Vick.  What he did was certainly atrocious, but there are far bigger travesties involving our own species and he has done his time both physically and financially.

3)  I vehemently believe that the protection of speech, no matter how offensive or unpopular it may be, must be upheld at all costs—that’s including the protection of groups like the WBC, the KKK, the Nation of Islam, the seven people who champion Rosie O’Donnell, etc.

4) Since I’m probably already at the point where I’ve pissed a lot of people off (which is totally protected by the 1st Amendment, by the way), I must state, on a personal level, that I DO NOT think George Lopez is funny.  I repeat: comedian George Lopez is not funny…at all.  (I’ll admit that’s more of a personal opinion than something based off of calculated principles.)

Why am I telling you all of this?  Because I want to make it clear that I’m not easily swayed into hype or mob rage concerning unpopular people or events.

Alright, I’ve spent the last half-hour carefully dwelling on how I’m going to attack our latest Douche of the Week.  In that time I’ve tried to rationalize his actions, always going back to that aforementioned 1st Amendment issue.  And I just want to state, coinciding with multiple Supreme Court decisions on the matter, that what this particular douche did was completely legal.  But just because something is legal, doesn’t mean you should do it—or, if you must do something that’s legal yet unpopular, you should do it in an intelligent and/or artistic way.

Enter our latest ducha de la semana: second-rate rapper extraordinaire, Lil Wayne—AKA Baby D, AKA Weezy, AKA The Prince of Autotune, AKA Lord Purple Drank, AKA Señor Seizure, AKA The King of Cough Medicine, AKA Michael J Wayne…

… You get the point.

This douchasaurus is no stranger to controversy, but this latest one takes the sweet, diabetic cake.

Aside from having a cluttered ink-laden bukkake on his face, a set of teeth that makes him more verbally incoherent than Mushmouth, and an uncanny ability to garner the exact same fanbase as Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne is also known for crooning American audiences with his deep, socially conscious mumblings.

Here’s an excerpt from one of his latest songs, “God Bless Amerika”:

“My country ’tis of thee / Sweet land of kill ’em all and let ’em die / God bless Amerika / This ole’ godless Amerika.”

That’s really deep, brah.  Some straight up Allen Ginsberg shit right there.  You should have a blog.

The lyrics to that song aren’t what I have a problem with, though.  If my main objective was to take a dump on people simply for their choice of words, this entire article would be about Dianne Feinstein and I’d be calling it a night.

My problem with Lil Wayne involves recently leaked video footage of his music video shoot for the abovementioned song.

The video starts out with King Douchewad dramatically singing into a microphone in front of a gigantic American Flag.  Within seconds the flag drops to the ground (strike one) and the thirty-year old rapper proceeds to casually waltz around the fallen colors in complete oblivion (strike two).  But that’s not the worst part, my friends.  After he spends a considerable amount of time pacing around the flag like it’s his home’s entry rug, the dumbfuck then breaks out in a crunked out adaptation of Riverdance while skillfully maintaining his footing on our national colors (STRIKE THREE, FUCK-STICK!).

Don’t believe me?  Take a look at this.

Sweet mother of Allah.  Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot was he thinking?!

I’ve deduced three separate theories on the meaning behind his banner jig.

  • 1) He’s a fuckin’ ass-clown and didn’t even realize why that might have been perceived as a societal faux pasVery plausible, though not the only answer.
  • 2) He’s a fuckin’ mouth breather and was blatantly trying to be disrespectful in a failed attempt at highbrow artistic speech.  Just as likely as the previous one.
  • 3) He had just intravenously injected some sizzurp into his bloodstream and was having one of his classic drank reactions.  LOL!

lilAlright, back-back to the fuckin’ basics.

It’s not the first time an American musician has called into question the moral direction of our country.  I get that part.  Dissention via artistic expression, especially in music, is a popular and respected tradition in this country—especially within the past one hundred years.   Cash did it with “Man in Black.”  Public Enemy did it with “Fight the Power.” And Springsteen did it with “Born in the U.S.A”—which, I must mention, for you members of the yokel intelligentsia who want to blast that on your decaying pontoon boat this Fourth of July like it’s a follow-up track to “Yankee Doodle Dandy,” was a song about how the American people took a shit on Vietnam Veterans after the war.  It’s not exactly the upbeat, patriotic ditty you think it is, Jim Bob.

My point?

Those are actually good songs with reasoned and timeless messages.  Lil Wayne’s “God Bless Amerika,” on the other hand, is typical pop drivel aimed at the dregs of his core audience: oblivious teen suburbanites from Ohio and illiterate slum dwellers from the 17th Ward.

And for all of you naysayers who still maintain that Lil Drank’s message is somehow a deep and philosophical commentary on life in America, I offer you a few more insightful lyrics from his track:

“Shootin’ stars in my pocket / bitch, sit on my rocket…”

WHOOOOOAAAAA!  That’s so profound, yo!

I totally get what he was saying with that.  It was an observation about our Founding Fathers and their tenuous compromise during our earliest days, mixed with an explanation about emancipation and subsequent Jim Crowe Laws, eventually delving into the Zimmerman Telegram and America’s controversial entry into the First World War, and finally ending in the US’s little-known humanitarian mission in East Timor circa 1999.

Folks, in all reality, this song and Lil Wayne’s actions during his video shoot are a reflection of him as an American and an artist: shitty and substandard.  If you have a gripe, make it rational and intelligent.  I assure you, people will listen.  Prancing around on our nation’s colors while simultaneously dropping “pussy” lyrics makes you look like an unoriginal asshat and a grade-A shitbag.

You want to talk about fighting the power?  Stop this motherfucker in sales.  Educate anyone you know who buys his music.  Make a concerted effort to stop him at the bank.  That’s when he will fade away into a lingering cesspool of other talentless hacks in this country.




  1. John

    June 18, 2013 at 10:32 am

    I would love to educate people buying this music but all of them will look me in the eyes and say “So”

  2. Bob

    June 18, 2013 at 11:10 am

    I would also include every grown man and woman standing around watching this crap – not one had the decency to defend the flag in front of those kids watching.

  3. Josh

    June 18, 2013 at 11:37 am

    The reason it won’t stop is because most of the people that follow this twatwaffle are of the same mentality as the idiots in the video that let it happen. All you have to do is go to his Facebook page and look at all the people that are defending his actions. I’m all for freedom of speech as long as it doesn’t intrude on someone else’s ‘life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness’. That being said, this walking failed abortion had to know what was going to happen, it was probably all an ill-conceived publicity stunt. I hate to put it that way, but look at all the free press this idiot is getting…

  4. B

    June 18, 2013 at 11:52 am

    This article was stupid. Please save your criticism for people who have committed real crimes. In most countries the flag touching the floor doesn’t matter and to get all butt hurt about it is so old country American. Lets fight for something real people.

    • Mr. Twisted

      June 18, 2013 at 2:37 pm

      Yeah! Keep it realz, dawg! We should fight for something real, like proper grammar, punctuation, and word usage!

    • Chris

      June 18, 2013 at 5:01 pm

      “Old country American.” I like that term. I’m going to start using it. Because that’s EXACTLY where I want to live. In an “old country America” where people show respect to the nation that protects their rights. Where we celebrate ingenuity, courage and selflessness above mediocrity, stupidity and shock value. Because I’m in my late 20’s and I’m ashamed to be a part of a generation that considers this dreck to be entertainment. All it takes is five minutes of looking at this retard to know he’s beyond worthless. So yes, making him Douche of the Week is “old country America” That’s a good thing, and that’s why I spend a few minutes of my time on this site. Because it means there may still be hope for this nation yet.

      • Mark G

        June 18, 2013 at 10:35 pm


        10 likes for you, -10 for the naive fool you replied to.

      • James

        June 20, 2013 at 10:07 am

        Have to agree with Mark G on this one. Proud to be a “old country American.”

        • dave

          June 24, 2013 at 4:15 am

          i have to agree with B you have the right to disagree with what Lil Wayne is doing, and it’s no doubt stupid but I really don’t think writing an article about someone like Lil Wayne is worth it he like all other celebrities does this shit for attention, the truth is most people don’t care what he did here because they’ll be listening to his music the next day.

      • dave

        June 24, 2013 at 4:30 am

        this article is kind of stupid in the sense that it’s policing patriotism look I don’t agree with what lil wayne did, but in my opinion it’s not worth my time writing an article on a celebrity who will say and do just about anything for attention which is exactly what you guys gave them.


      June 20, 2013 at 9:44 am

      That sounds an awful lot like something a no-good dirty red commie might say.

    • john

      June 20, 2013 at 10:19 am

      Hey assface, our country isn’t like every other country cockface. It’s not even worth breaking it down to you dumbass.

    • Rich B

      June 20, 2013 at 5:29 pm

      Maybe you should pack up your garbage bag full of your belongings and move to one of those countries.

    • B

      September 13, 2013 at 4:25 am

      I am proud of old country America too! The old country America that allowed segregation, slavery, drunk driving (drunk driving in the 60’s was a-okay! They’ll just give you a ride home.), and wife beating. Maybe perhaps you like the old country America that deregulated its banks (separating the savings and checking accounts), sent all decent manufacturing jobs overseas, or didn’t take the aids epidemic seriously because it was just fags getting it? I love Murcia because of what it can be not for what it was.I still hold out hope for what America should be. A country full plentiful opportunity. A country where you can be who you are without worry about being judged. And on a left side note Lil Wayne is a total douche. He “joined” the bloods as a 25-26 year old multimillionaire boy. I don’t listen to his music but that doesn’t mean I don’t support his right to artistic expression. His experience in America and view of it is extremely different from yours or mine (see Katrina response). I wouldn’t do what Mr. Carter did but I wouldn’t go all ’98 Taliban on him either. And on a right side note Mr. twisted go fuck yourself, dog. I’ll admit I haven’t read all of your articles (sadly I’m not a plumber and I don’t get paid to sift through shit.) but I have read four of your articles. Everytime I read your writing I’m letter thinking that your either a retarded monkey or you just don’t know any better!.I read your article about the irs. You’re writing about people doing their job and getting bonuses for it. For doing their job! Not about the VA giving out bonuses to people who aren’t obviously doing there’s! Umberto’s comment was better than your article (I do suspect he might be a tard too!). If I read about ranger up giving you a bonus for writing shitty articles I wouldn’t be upset about it. You did your job! I’ll help ranger up just google druge, pick the most recent article. Look at the comments and pick the one with the most sardonic wit then post it up instead of Mr. twisted.

  5. Jeremy

    June 18, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    I saw a group of uneducated idiots pandering to this drug fueled low life. There is your “Hope”. Keep the “Change”. And to think these idiots voted and we pay taxes for them all to continue reproducing…Lil Douche…a race defined.

  6. Louise

    June 18, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    I agree with everything you said. But I’m intelligent enough to have said it by choosing decent words to express my thoughts, instead of a profanity laced tirade that puts you on the same level as Lil Wayne. Show some intelligence and integrity!

    • Travis

      June 18, 2013 at 4:47 pm

      Wow. So, saying profanity when we’re mad puts us on the same level as a drug using “gangster” that disrespects our flag. Give me a break and grow up.

      • Keith

        June 19, 2013 at 12:10 pm

        Wow. So calling someone immature because they don’t agree with your point of view.. is somehow.. grown up? Sounds more like a disclaimer that makes excuses for bad behavior ‘because we’re mad’…hmmm.

        I also found the use of slang language and off handed references disrespectful to others religious beliefs [even if I don’t believe the same] while defending the flag that stands for THOSE Americans as well.. as hypocritical. I proudly served in the Marines under MY flag.. [and don’t recommend anyone stepping on it in my presence] but I also see many who don’t remove their hats and STAND when it passes by, put their hand over their hearts when the National Anthem is played, display it properly WHEN and IF it’s displayed.. so if you are going to make a stand when it comes to the flag and what IT STANDS for.. like Louise stated.. have a little INTEGRITY.

        • Ron

          June 20, 2013 at 9:40 am

          I personally don’t find profanity in and of itself to be offensive, nor do I think that it indicates a lack of integrity. I understand, though, that some do.

          But calling Lil’ Wayne a douche and using some swear words while doing so in no way puts the author on the “same level as Lil Wayne,” who literally trampled on the American flag in front of children. In fact, I find it offensive that this comparison is even being made.

    • Chris R.

      June 19, 2013 at 1:26 pm

      So wait… cussing puts us on the same level as pieces of shit(oops) like homeboy who jumps around on the flag? The fact that you judge somebody who you’ve never met because they cuss says a lot about you – but I still won’t judge you for it. I just won’t like you for it. Just in case anything I said got through, Ima drop a shitton o’ bombs to take your mind off my message. Fuck cunt dog shit taco. But just remember Im a giant piece of dog turd cause I fucking cuss-and for no other reason.

    • Babs

      June 20, 2013 at 10:20 am

      He had to make sure there were words that Lil Douche MIGHT be able to recognize!!

    • SDS

      June 20, 2013 at 12:01 pm

      So… Are you saying that Lil Douche defines a race? You’ve gotta be better than that. Seriously.

    • Tootsie

      June 20, 2013 at 3:44 pm

      Sometimes you have to stoop to their language to make your point. That ilk wouldn’t know what you are talking about if you spoke good english or wrote grammatically correct sentences.

    • Hunter

      June 20, 2013 at 4:31 pm

      With all due respect,you came onto a military themed website ( a community known for it’s creativity with the harsher points of the English vocabulary ), and clicked on an article entitled “Douche of the Week” and you’re shocked by the language?? Seems a little odd to me…but what do I know. I’m from the same generation that actually thinks Lil Wayne is an artist and not the retarded gremlin that he actually is. The sad thing is that I’m positive Lil idiot knew exactly what he was doing, and he’s savoring every bit of attention he’s getting from it. What also really pisses me off is how there’s a cop sitting there watching him traipse all over the flag the officer wears on his sleeves and he didn’t show the slightest bit of disapproval. But I’ll leave my opinion on the state of cops in this country for another time…

  7. Mark

    June 18, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    Who is this asshole?

    Never heard of him- till now. If I ever meet him, I’ll be able to vaguely remember him for being an asshole.

    Well done, asshole!

  8. Matthew

    June 18, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    Dang that was well-worded and beautifully thought out, particularly considering the clear disdain you have for him and his actions in general. I so rarely see intelligent rebukes like this, and it does my heart good, so thank you.
    That said, I doubt seriously he has any awareness of the disrespectful way he treated the American flag. I’m sure he wanted to show that behind the flag are “his people” too. Still, assuming I’m right, I still really appreciate what you said. You touched on a number of things that are pet peeves for me (e.g. Born in the USA is not simply a positive anthem like so many seem to think, it’s an observation about the real shit Americans were dealing with).
    At any rate, thank you again for reminding me of the beauty of a well-worded and balanced argument. Your ability to show consideration for multiple points is refreshing to me. These days people seem more preoccupied with their emotions than their intellect and that will never help us bridge those proverbial divides. Take care!

  9. Mackenzie

    June 18, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    This makes me so pissed. I’m a teenager, and in my society if I were to speak out against this type of music and what lil Wayne is doing, everyone would consider me a “hater”. Often, people judge us teens as naive and stupid because they believe we agree with all of this shit, but in reality, a lot of us don’t have the nerve to speak out because your opinion gets squashed by other teens calling you a “hater” or saying “so! It’s my life don’t judge me.” Or something stupid a long those lines. I honestly can say I’m scared for the future and what America will become when dipshits like lil Wayne are what teenagers look up to.

    • Dustin Thomas

      June 20, 2013 at 1:17 pm

      Just become an asshole. I literally make a habit to speak out against his songs and “artistry” every time I hear it. I don’t tell people that they’re dumb or stupid for listening, and I don’t “judge” them for it. Instead I tell them how downright disrespectful he is to the nation and how he is deliberately and blatantly succeeding in making illegal activities (which are illegal for a damn good reason) look like its something everyone should enjoy in the partaking of. And you’re right about all those people saying “don’t judge me,” etc. I just look at them and tell them if they can’t tell the difference between stating facts and judging then they NEED to be judged and need to be found guilty of downright ignorance and that they should probably re-attend grade school, because it’s obvious that they didn’t learn much the first time.

      And while I’m on the subject of school, I personally believe the flag should be displayed in all classrooms and the pledge of allegiance should still be said every morning. But, in lieu of these formalities about “hurting people’s feelings,” I am perfectly fine with just giving us Christians the rights to pray in our school of our own will. It doesn’t have to be mandatory, just legal again. I don’t understand why we as Christians can’t but it’s acceptable for Buddhists or Muslims or anybody else to because of “religious tolerance policies.” If it was true tolerance, I would still be able to pray out loud in school without fear of things like detention, suspension, expulsion, or getting shot at of all things.

      My rant for the day is done.

  10. leftoftheboom

    June 18, 2013 at 7:04 pm

    I want the government to legalize drugs. Maybe then we can watch as they drop like flies.

    He is not the only one though. This is the only nation that deliberately allows the “citizens” to have nothing to value as a nation, and they say that they value it. What a joke. They value their freedom of speech and then use it to desecrate anything else of value around them to the point that the freedoms that they are using are worthless because anyone can say anything or do anything to express themselves regardless of what that expression might mean to the rest of us.
    The problem with freedom of speech is that anyone can say anything. Therefore no words have any meaning anymore because they are valueless. You cannot trust anything anyone says, because they have the freedom to lie, exaggerate, and prevaricate. Without value there is no trust, without trust there is no surety and without surety there is no unity.
    So congratulations to all you free speakers out there. You have so utilized your ability to speak that you have undervalued the words you say. Therefore no one’s speech, no matter how inspiring the message, has any meaning but no one had to pay for the value in the words.
    Back in the 60’s, MLK spoke, JFK spoke and they had meaning because people were fighting and dying for the ability to speak. Now? We got Snookie to keep it real. If MLK or JFK spoke today using the exact same words they used then, it would have as much effect as howie mandel and larry the cable guy.

  11. Just another Dirt Bag

    June 18, 2013 at 11:57 pm

    Well said. I will even grudgingly agree with the disclaimer about Natalie Maines’ treatment by the Faux News crowd.

  12. Alex B.

    June 20, 2013 at 9:27 am

    Sometimes, I feel like that our teenage society is doomed. I, myself, am a teen, and even I have the mind to recognize how droll a lot of people in the musical society are.

  13. andersonenvy

    June 20, 2013 at 11:39 am

    So… you “harbor no ill will” toward a guy who plead guilty to a felony offense of illegally operating a dog-fighting ring that abused animals (over 70 dogs being seized) and encouraged gambling and drug use… but, you are this upset at a guy who didn’t stop his act mid-song and pick up this over-sized flag that fell down behind him? Genius logic.

  14. Travis Corbin

    June 20, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    I understand the who rule you learn about not judging and casting an opinion on someone into you know them.. but give me a break look at this dipshit,He can only rape about drugs and sex, and obviously he thinks he is king shit. With this being said sure the douche bag somehow is probably one of all time selling and most popular I hate to say it.. singers out there.. goes to show what our generations are crumbling down too, With this being said, Lil’Wayne is a total asshole and He should be thrown out of America for such betrayal to our flag.. and because of his god awful music, He is a loser and has no intellect at all obviously that is clear because of the only 2 things he can rap about, And for all those lil’wayne fans out there I do not post this out of jealousy I post this because I simply do not like lil’wayne and I wish he would be placed on the moon without a suit to breath in 🙂

  15. Eddie Swiveltooth

    June 20, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    I really don’t agree with having little kids around hearing the lyrics of this track, video shoot or not. I suppose there is a very good chance those same parents play his music in front of their kids anyway. Considering the fact that they brought them to the shoot. Wayne is creative as shit,probably because of the drugs he’s on half the time, but I think smart people will see through his lyrics, his persona and listen to better music and pay no attention.

  16. Eric

    June 20, 2013 at 3:17 pm

    I must say i agree with the writer, freedome of speech, patriotic insight, views of the people and individuality. I agree it is a must to preserve the integrity of all of these subjects because this is the way My America has been, and intended to be, since our forfathers give us these rights as an American. Any undividual who disrespects these rights, as in, “fight for something worth while”, is oblating the very freedome that give him/her the right to say such a thing. Which shows the loss of the integrity of our younger population. (Shooting yourself in the foot) for thise who didnt understand the forementioned verbage.
    This is the first time i have seen this individual allthough his name has been heard a few times. I also agree with hitting him in his pocketbook. We as “Americans” reserve the right to this freedome. Its called democracy at its finest. Democracy, for those who dont understand it, is the freedome of individuality as a joined effort of many to acheive a goal. Which by reading the above statements has already been acheived in the number of people who seem to beleive as the writer and I do. That means that you who beleive different than the writer have been out numbered in beleif in this post so your opinion is “democraticly” Disproved by populous opinion. Keep up the good work Mr. Vandaville. I applaud your efforts and convey my gratitude for your goals.

  17. christy

    June 20, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    i also agree that George Lopez sucks big time

  18. Alec Frost

    June 20, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    so much of what you said was wrong. you clearly dont know lil wayne, and you clearly got all your information and accusations from dimwits just as fucking stupid as yourself. you know nothing, and you should just shut the fuck up. also wayne apologized shortly after pussies like you started crying about him “stomping on the flag”. all in all, youre virgin who needs to go fuck yourself and die.

    • leftoftheboom

      June 23, 2013 at 11:22 am

      You remind me of that YouTube video of the guy screaming “You leave Britney alone”.

      Tell me, why it is that when someone is offended at one of the stupid acts of a pathetic loser, a right most of us fought for. Morons like you exercise your freedom of speech to tell us we don’t have one?

      How do you get the right to tell us we don’t have the right? That’s funny.

  19. Collin

    June 20, 2013 at 9:12 pm

    haha unoriginal asshat…thats fuckin awesome. Anyone else laugh your ass off at this article? I wish the fuckin news anchors werent such “asshats” and spoke the damn truth. Cant wait for the next douche of the week article.

  20. Michael Allen C. Isaac

    June 20, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    My message is directed at exactly the people who find it offensive.

    I’m not a fan of that man or his music, that being said; You people are fucked up over nothing. He wasn’t dancing on it for effect, or to make a statement, it was a prop used to shroud the people behind him. Clearly it was also supposed to drop on queue to reveal all those people. He kept dancing on it because that was the take. They probably did the same thing 10 times to get the best footage.

    No-one defended it because there was nothing to defend, it’s a prop, in a video shoot, in case you inbreeds were wondering.

    You’ll never see him walking on it in the video, because that wasn’t the point. This isn’t any more offensive than anything that’s ever been done while filming a movie.

    You just want to jump on the pain train because you don’t like him as a person.

    • leftoftheboom

      June 23, 2013 at 11:07 am

      The symbol of our Nation; It is the “prop” that identifies us and what we hope to achieve. It does not guarantee we achieve, it is the symbol of our hope to be better and to strive for something. It does represent freedom and part of that representation is to allow individuals and groups to disrespect it.

      However, when you respect nothing, no one is required to respect you. My opinion is that this douche offended me. I am not wrong. You chose to defend this moron because I guess you like him and his pathetic acts of spectacle. In order to gain attention he disrespects that which the rest of us treasure. It was intentional. By your own defense he could have made multiple takes. He chose to use this one. That is deliberate.

      I have seen the blood stained Flags worn on the shoulder of our service members. Stained with their own blood as they died for your right to be what you are. So yes I am offended by this piece of necrotic afterbirth that someone filled with the delusional notion of his own talent. If you dig deep enough in any society you will always be able to find those who like the taste of shit.

      So grab your spoon and eat up.

  21. Ben

    June 21, 2013 at 12:21 am

    If tupac was still alive tha mother fucker would still be working at McDonalds!

  22. Michael

    June 24, 2013 at 9:37 am

    Amen!! Couldn’t have said it better. I will be sharing this with everyone to make them aware of this shit bag.

  23. MOGS

    June 25, 2013 at 10:06 am

    Agree with the author on most points – have to disagree about “Born in the USA” being a good song – like Springsteen in general, it’s overrated, overplayed, any message or meaning behind it aside. That is all. And this is coming from a Jersey native.

  24. Jody Falcon

    June 26, 2013 at 8:35 am

    As much as a figure as he is to a few people but more importantly an American, this is plumb dumb!! It’s a damn she the makers of the video as well as the people around are just standing around and ok with this ignorance!! Nobody said hey this isn’t ok, or “Weezy” you should think about this!! They are just as ignorant as his is in making such a disrespectful video and action to the flag an the people who do and who have served to protect his damn freedoms!!!!

  25. joshua

    June 26, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    Please!!!!!! Someone with pull at AFEES’s pull this Asshole’s shit from the shelves. Hit this Mother Fucker in the wallet.

  26. mick

    July 8, 2013 at 12:42 am

    Hey, I’m from Ohio! You’re totally correct in what you said though lol. I am not one of these douche using dicknoses you speak of though. I’m no suburbanite, my life hasn’t been easy. I’m not complaining though. I absolutely hate these new artists trying and failing to be the “leaders of a revolution.” All these artists hide behind the first amendment. they use words but don’t follow through with action. They can bark the bark, well some of them can, but few if any can walk the walk. I wanna see Ron Paul on stage with one of these artists and call for a change in this country. Kind of like Bush with Soulja Boy lol.

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