June 29, 2018

Glover’s life in This Is America doesn’t match possibly plagiarized hit song

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

 

Donald Glover is now world famous since becoming an A-List actor and having the number one song on the Billboard Hot 100.

He’s an American who has gained most of his fame because of his song “This is America” which condemns racism, oppression and gun violence.

But where would someone with so much to be thankful for get his inspiration for such a racially charged, negative song about America?

Watch as I fill you in on the news that Glover, also known as “Childish Gambino” is facing plagiarism accusations from another rapper, Jase Harley over his song “American Pharaoh.”

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commented 2018-07-01 11:00:56 -0400
Another phony in the virtue signaling entertainment industry. Not a surprise.
commented 2018-06-30 05:43:10 -0400
So where is the outrage for all the gun violence in the video? Or the portrayal of blacks holding guns and using guns? Where is the outrage over his spastic movements, insulting people with medical problems and appropriation of their illnesses? Where is the outrage of Black on Black violence (after all, we are told that it is only White on Black violence, and that that is racism)?

Shooting someone in the back of the head who is bound in a chair and with their face covered? Showing off how brave he is? Giving youths and gangs approval for doing so? My hero! Ah, no.

There are so many Social Justice Warrior and Black Lives Matter fodder in this video, but we don’t even hear crickets from them… or other “liberals and progressives”.

Black man with an AK-47 shooting up a choir? Hmmm. Is that a religious statement? Is he promoting killing off religious blacks? Is he suggesting that this is acceptable? What about all the noise about shooting up churches and schools? Isn’t showing this, and doing this, just feeding the sick minds who would want to do this? Or is it all cool and, you know, ’K cause he is black and a progressive?

The people running after him? Conservatives wanting to stop his killing spree? I saw white faces chasing him. Were there blacks, too? Smells kind of like racist if there weren’t blacks chasing him.

He must really be oppressed. How much did he make from being in that dud of a movie?

No shirt? Claiming slave victimhood? Or just showing off his body and being a “sexy-thang”?
commented 2018-06-29 23:17:06 -0400
Take that Glover guy and drop him off in some African nation where he will have a chance to see real racism as it is practiced by blacks in Africa, as they kill white farmers. We will always have little cockroaches like him.