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Laura Ingraham

The Ingraham Angle is cancelled: Don’t you ever talk down on Nipsey’s name

Laura Ingraham, you are wildin’ for respect fam. What were you thinking on Friday’s episode of The Ingraham Angle? Did the culture miss something? Is there a reason why you found humor in the death of our king Nipsey Hussle Tha Great after he was put to rest three hours earlier?

To you, Mrs. Ingraham, it might just be another black person that lost his life to the cold streets. But, for us, FOR US, Nipsey was more than great. He was and still is a beacon of hope for many.

He wasn’t just some thug. He was our thug. A thug with a large heart. A thug who was human. A thug that left behind two children. A thug who was truly invested in his community. A thug who had a legacy.

His life’s blueprint can be used as a way out for the youngins still chained to the streets. Your sarcastic remarks on your little Fox show were not needed. Still, you couldn’t hold back, could you?

That tight lip of yours couldn’t refrain from throwing shade on one of the greatest rappers. Your tight skinny lip just couldn’t hold back…

“Now that’s a very creative refrain,” Ingraham goes. Pshhh.

THAT’S RIGHT LAURA. YEAH, FUCK DONALD TRUMP, STILL! Just seeing how hard it was for you to say “F Donald Trump” was entertaining hell! It sent a chill through my spine watching you clench your jaw while saying the sweetest phrase I’ve heard in the past decade.

Unannounced to you Mrs. Ingraham, “FDT” is a revolutionary rap track packed with metaphors and hip-hop similies, but all you heard was the hook. Did you even bother watching the video from the beginning? Did you even bother to do your research before putting up the “FDT” snippet? Because in that little video you played you featured the big homie YG not Nipsey Hussle, cuz.

Mrs. Ingraham, you missed the part where YG and Nipsey Hussle charged viewers to “register and choose wisely.” If you were to call yourself a “journalist” you would’ve been well aware of what this video really represented.

But, no you want to focus on the hook. What about the three other verses or the interlude…

“We the youth. We the people of this country. We got a voice too. We will be seen, and we will be heard.”

All artists ask for are to be heard. Similarly, it’s just like millions of people hear you, every day, on your ass racist show. Truthfully, Mrs. Ingraham, your actions were truly trashy AF!

Do better dawg. Simply put, Laura [clasp hands and exhales], it’s not looking to good for you out here on these streets. Don’t you ever talk down on an OG’s name ever again. Especially, because he’s not alive to clap back.

The marathon will always continue…


Lessons from Nipsey: How long should you stay dedicated to the grind?

How dedicated are you to the grind? Think about the work you’ve been putting in. Is your process propelling you toward success? Don’t answer these questions yet. Just know that the universe wants you to succeed.

Nipsey Hussle preaches over and over to stay prepared because you never know when the opportunity is going to come knocking at your doorstep. And when it does knock, you have to be ready to seize the moment. Like Nip says in the track “Dedication,”

“How long should I stay dedicated? How long until opportunity meets preparation?”

Against all odds, how are you going to make it out of the hole you’ve been cast in? We’ve all been dealt bad hands in life. It’s knowing how to work with the cards dealt that separates those who are successful and those who are not.

The struggle symbolizes your work ethic. The more that you overcome during your marathon is preparing you for what’s about to come.

Supreme patience is a virtue will take you far in this world. Let’s not forget that it took 32 years for Nipsey Hussle to put out his first studio album, which was well worth the wait. You have to trust in not only divine order but in divine timing. Control only what you can control and let the rest take care of itself.

Kings and queens, the struggle is temporary. Success doesn’t happen overnight. There is no need to get frustrated because you are not where you want to be in life yet. Keep hustling because what God and the universe has in store for you is beyond your wildest dreams.

“This ain’t entertainment, it’s for n****s in the slave ship / These songs is the spirituals I swam against them waves with….”

You can feel these bars Nip voiced to start off the last verse in “Dedication”. To be more specific, it puts into perspective how dedicated Black people in America are.

In 2018, African-Americans continue to overcome the generational struggles that were bestowed upon us centuries ago. As a society, we are still freeing ourselves from mental bondage — fighting within to become the best version of ourselves.

Eliminating doubt, and overcoming fear are the two biggest obstacles we face.

Nipsey Hussle is using himself as an example, making himself synonymous with the word dedication.

Hailing from South Central, Los Angeles, unapologetically being himself, while putting a positive stigma on what it means to be Fly Crippin’, Nip is dedicated.

With the success of Victory Lap, his resume speaks for itself. If you want to be successful, you have the dedication, hard work plus patience.

Believe in yourself and get started on your marathon.

More Lessons from Nipsey

Lessons from Nipsey: When you’re headed for greatness, everybody can’t go

Lessons from Nipsey: How to stay in your own lane while bossing up

Lessons from Nipsey: Being self-made means never making any excuses

Lessons from Nipsey: You need to face adversity to create breakthroughs