Right wing conservative radio show hosts had the temerity to open the aperture in their faces to say that rappers are to blame for the University of Oklahoma’s white racist fraternity video.
As been reported, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members made a video boasting they don’t have any “n—-s” in their frat.
“Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski had the nerve to broach the topic of rapper Waka Flocka Flame’s disgust with the profane frat video and the decision not to perform for them before suggesting that rappers are in fact to blame for the fraternity’s racist behavior.
“If you look at every single song, I guess you call these, that he’s written, it’s a bunch of garbage,” Brzezinski said. “It’s full of N-words, it’s full of F-words. It’s wrong. And he shouldn’t be disgusted with them, he should be disgusted with himself.”
“The kids that are buying hip-hop or gangster rap, it’s a white audience, and they hear this over and over again,” Scarborough added. “So do they hear this at home? Well, chances are good, no, they heard a lot of this from guys like this who are now acting shocked.”
Brzezsinski later Moonwalked back from her original statements on MSNBC, saying, “The students in the video are responsible for their behavior. And as we said on our show this morning, they did it, and it’s beyond appalling.”
“In no way is anybody else to blame for what they did on that bus,” she continued. “They are responsible and they made that choice.”
Social media weren’t satisfied with Brzezsinski’s job of mopping up after her own mess and blasted her and Scarborough on social media through the trending hashtag #RapAlbumsThatCausedSlavery. Take a look: