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Rapper Que says the abortion his girlfriend had “really hurt”

Posted in Black Babies with tags , , , , , on April 27, 2015 by saynsumthn

Rapper Que talks about his last three relationships and especially a recent girlfriend who aborted their twins.

In the interview uploaded to the YouTube channel: DJsmallz eyes, which contains offensive language, Que says that last year, his girlfriend had an abortion when she was pregnant with twins.

Que

“She was pregnant with twins. I think it was twins,” he said.

She got mad at me one day. She was much much pregnant and she went and got an abortion.”

This was last year – you know what I’m say’n? This was like – matter of fact last f***ing April…And that sh** really f***ed with me because personally I never – you know…I never got nobody pregnant…I actually tried this time and it happened… That sh** really hurt – big time…”

He was asked how he dealt with the abortion and he responded by telling the interviewer, “I really wanted to break down…I got hurt a little. It wasn’t so much about the female – it was about my seeds…that I wanted. Personally, I’m a family type of guy…That was something that I wanted and still do of course so when she did this man – like I said- it made me definitely hurt and made me want to break down.”

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Grammy-winning rapper Lecrae shares his experience with abortion

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Neighborhood, Black Pastor, Men and Abortion with tags , , , , , , , on January 15, 2015 by saynsumthn

J. Cole Tackles Abortion Issue in Emotional ‘Lost Ones’ Video

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Women, Black Youth with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2011 by saynsumthn

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J. Cole – Lost Ones, posted with vodpod

J. Cole’s ‘Lost Ones’ Video About Abortion Lauded for Its ‘Truthfulness’
By Nicola Menzie | Christian Post Reporter

The Internet was abuzz Wednesday morning after rapper J. Cole announced the world premiere of the new video for his hit song “Lost Ones,” which tells the story of a young, unmarried couple dealing with an unplanned pregnancy.

The video, which debuted around midnight, was filmed in 2008 on the budget of $1, according to Cole. So far, “Lost Ones” has proven a hit with fans online, who praise the rapper for a no-frills, real-life approach to an issue many young people find themselves dealing with in life.

“Lost Ones” is said to be one of Cole’s favorites songs from his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, which was released in September. Cole, 24, is from North Carolina and was reportedly the first artist signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Label.

(Image: http://www.jcolemusic.com)

A still from J. Cole’s “Lost Ones” music video as featured on his official website is shown.

In the song, which features language some might find offensive, a young man, played by J. Cole, shares his feelings with a young woman about being unequipped to care for a baby, and that perhaps she should consider an abortion.

The second verse features the young woman’s response, in which she criticizes the young man for sweet-talking her into sex, vows to keep the child and take care of it, with or without the young man’s help. The young woman also reveals that the guy is the victim of an absent father himself and had promised that he would never abandon his own children.

The final verse features Cole rapping about the common perspectives guys who hear that they are suddenly going to be a father might have. On one hand, Cole raps, some women are known for using pregnancies to “trap” men, so perhaps a guy should be suspicious. In the end, though, Cole asks men to think about one thing: the “seed” inside the woman’s womb.
The video has been so popular with fans online that “Lost Ones” was listed in Twitter’s Trend list of the 10-most discussed topics on the social networking website.

A Twitter user with the handle “PreciousJule” described the video as simply “too deep.”

Others on Twitter called the video “powerful,” “honest” and “beautiful.”

Some users on Twitter took the opportunity to offer commentary on the whole issue of parenting and caring for children.

School Councils UK, a charitable organization that provides training for educators and students with the expressed aim of getting children more involved, tweeted: “The true ‘Lost Ones’ are the little ones who don’t have parents worthy of the name and no-one to look out for them.”

One user took it a step further, offering pregnancy statistics.

Kayla tweeted, “The black teens pregnancy rate went up 33%… the college rates went down in a year. Praying for the young lost ones…”

J. Cole published the video on his official website along with the song’s lyrics, which some say are powerful enough without the visuals provided by the music video. Both are accessible on J. Cole’s website.

Cole, who started writing rhymes at 15, graduated Magna Cum Laude with distinction from St. John’s University. His biography says his approach to creating songs is founded on “a love for powerful storytelling.”

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Rapper: Common sings song lamenting abortion

Posted in Abortion with tags , , , , , on May 12, 2011 by saynsumthn

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COMMON FT LAURYN HILL RETROSPEC FOR LIFE, posted with vodpod

“Retrospect for Life”
featuring Lauryn Hill

Yo we gotta start respectin life more y’all
You look at your brother man you gotta see yourself
Gotta see the God within him
Brothers gettin changed real quick over nothin
We losin too many of ours
Gotta recreate y’all
Yo check it

Knowin you the best part of life do I have the right to take yours
Cause I created you irresponsibly
Subconciously knowin the act I was a part of
The start of somethin, I’m not ready to bring into the world
Had myself believin I was sterile
I look into mother’s stomach, wonder if you are a boy or a girl
Turnin this woman’s womb into a tomb

But she and I agree, a seed we don’t need
You would’ve been much more than a mouth to feed
But someone, I woulda fed this information I read
to someone, my life for you I woulda had to leave
Instead I lead you to death
I’m sorry for takin your first breath, first step, and first cry
But I wasn’t prepared mentally nor financially

Havin a child shouldn’t have to bring out the man in me
Plus I wanted you to be raised within a family
I don’t wanna, go through the drama of havin a baby’s momma

Weekend visits and buyin J’s ain’t gon’ make me a father
For a while bearing a child is somethin I never wanted to do
For me to live forever I can only do that through you
Nerve I got to talk about them niggaz with a gun
Must have really thought I was God to take the life of my son
I could have sacrificed goin out
To think my homies who did it I used to joke about, from now on
I’ma use self control instead of birth control
Cause $315 ain’t worth your soul
$315 ain’t worth your soul
$315 ain’t worth it

[Lauryn Hill (two layers of vocals, same words)]
I, never dreamed you’d leave, in summer
You said you would be here when it rained
[Common] Yo
Why didn’t you stay

Seeing you as a present and a gift in itself
You had our child in you, I probably never feel what you felt
But you dealt with it like the strong black woman you are
Through our trials and tribulations, child’s elimination
An intergration of thoughts I feel about the situation
Back and forth my feelings was pacin
Happy deep down but not joyed enough to have it
But even that’s a lie in less than two weeks, we was back at it

Is this unprotected love or safe to say it’s lust
Bustin, more than the sweat in somebody you trust
Or is it that we don’t trust each other enough
And believe, havin this child’ll make us have to stay together
Girl I want you in my life cause you have made it better
Thinkin we all in love cause we can spend a day together
We talkin spendin the rest of our lives

It’s too many black women that can say they mothers
but can’t say that they wives
I wouldn’t chose any other to mother my understanding
But I want our Parenthood to come from Planning
It’s so much in my life that’s undone
We gotta see eye to eye, about family, before we can become one
If you had decided to have it the situation I wouldn’t run from
But I’m walkin, findin myself in my God
So I can, discipline my son with my writin
Not have a judge tellin me how and when to raise my seed
Though his death was at our greed, with no one else to blame
I had a book of Afrikan names, case our minds changed
You say your period hasn’t came, and lately I’ve been sleepy
So quit smokin the weed and the beadies and let’s have this boy

[Lauryn Hill]
I, never dreamed you’d leave in summer
You said you would be here when it rained
You said you would be here when it rained
Ohh I, never dreamed you’d leave in summer
Now the situation’s made things change
Things change
Why, didn’t you stay
Why didn’t you stay…
I, never dreamed you’d leave, in summer
In summer
You said you would be here when, it rained
When it rained, it rained
Ohhhohh I, never dreamed, you’d leave in summer
You said you wouldn’t leave
Now the situation’s made things change
Things change, why didn’t you stay?
Stay, stay stay stay stay stay stay
Mmmmm, stayyy
Uh-uh
Ohh why didn’t you stay..