New Music: Lil B's 'I Can't Breathe'


New Music: Lil B's 'I Can't Breathe'


The outspoken rapper talks about racism and gun violence in the country on the 7-minute track which arrives just a day after he got banned from Facebook for 'speaking [his] mind.'
Getting banned from social media clearly can't stop Lil B from speaking his mind. A day after he informed his fans that Facebook had blocked him following his rants about rape and slavery, the outspoken rapper debuted a new track which finds him talking about the issues the world is facing today.

The track is called "I Can't Breathe", a reference to Eric Garner who was killed by a police officer who put him in a chokehold. It's posted on YouTube on Wednesday, December 17 along with a message in the description that read, "ALL I CAN SAY IS LIL B LOVES YOU, CRY TO THIS IF YOU HAVE A HEART."

On the 7-minute track, Lil B discusses several things including racism and gun violence in the country. "Propaganda's so real, Jesus don't look like that/ White Jesus? I don't know, that's bulls**t," he raps at one point. "I believe in Earth, I believe in people/ Ban all the guns cause they killing people/ Ban all the weapons cause they killing people/ Ban all the guns cause they made from evil."



Lil B told his Twitter followers that he'd been banned from Facebook for 30 days as a result of him "speaking [his] mind with no intent of hate or separation." One of his latest posts read, "If you were born in the 1950s or before and your family did not push to have segregation and slavery stop ur grandparents are p***y."


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