Fredrick Wilson II Is One Smart Young Man
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[Fredrick Wilson II Is One Smart Young Man]
[Fredrick Wilson II:] Source: LYBIO.net
What’s up, y’all. I know it’s a pretty diverse group of people that’s watching this, and that’s cool, but this one is going out specifically to my black people.
Now, I’mma say this once: Yes, slavery was one of the most horrific things to ever happen in human history. Yes, racism still exists. It’s probably always gonna exist, just get over that. And yes, there are law enforcement officers out there that take things too far, abuse their power, they’re humans, we’re a flawed species.
With that being said, today, we’re gonna talk about personal responsi-damn-bility. Black people. It is 2014. I hate to break this to you: If your life is messed up, it ain’t ‘cause of slavery. Yo ass was never a slave, you probably ain’t know nobody that was a slave, you probably don’t know nobody who knew nobody that was a slave. Slavery ended a long time ago. Yes, it put us in a big hole in this country, but guess what: dig your way out of it.
Civil Rights. About 50 years ago. I don’t know if y’all know – we won. We were like, Google it, we won, yeah, it was a fight, they marched, they sat-in, we won. So in 2014, if your life is messed up, look in the mirror, figure out what you’re doing, what you’re not doing, take some personal responsi-damn-bility for yourselves, for your lives.
Honestly, you know, sometimes you can’t help the hands you were dealt. You were born in the ghetto in the projects, you were born into a bad situation, nothing you can do about that, but what you can do is do your best to get out of it. If you live in a messed up neighborhood, let – let me give you a little bit of advice: stop messing it up. Ain’t no rich white man sneaking into the ‘hood in the middle of the night, spray painting graffiti, peeing in hallways, George Bush ain’t out in the neighborhoods, selling crack on the corner, you know what I’m sayin’? If your neighborhood is messed up, it’s because the people in the neighborhood continually mess it up.
All this all, “Stop snitching,”everybody’s like – No. Start snitching. Go out there, clean your neighborhood up, and then keep it clean. Somebody come through after y’all clean it up and mess it up, snitch on them! Call the police. Y’all like to pull your little camera phones out and record a little incidents and put it on WorldStar – pull your camera phones out and record crime, get out to the police so that people can be prosecuted. You know, we can stop this cycle.
[Fredrick Wilson II:] Source: LYBIO.net
Teach your kids something. Guess what? Swag and Jordans, everything like that, that’s cute, but guess what, no, get your education. Get an education, get a job, better yourself, better your situation.
Let’s talk about the police and police violence. Told y’all the other day, you know, stop bringin’ stuff upon yourself, being complicit, that little video of my man Paul [ph] that got shot in St. Louis, why would you think it’s a good idea to run up on two cops when they tell you to stop, put down whatever you’ve got, “I’mma keep coming at ‘em, then they are gonna shoot me, now as Black people we supposed to be mad, and, oh my god, oh my god, we need to go out there and march” No we don’t. No we don’t. No we don’t.
Stop doing crime. Here’s the thing: Let’s talk about Trayvon Martin for a second. Now, George Zimmerman had no business running up on that kid, and it’s a shame that somebody lost their child. But the thing that nobody talks about with Trayvon Martin: in this day and age, why is it that when people see a young black man, the first thing they think of: “What’s he doing? “Is he up to no good? He looks like trouble.” You know why that is? Because that’s our perception. Because that’s the perception that we keep giving people, the way we act, the way we carry ourselves, the fact that, how many young men out there have criminal records before they turn 18? How many men out there, before they turn 25, have been incarcerated at least once? And then we want to talk about, “Oh, the justice system isn’t fair, they come down hard on us.”
Okay, that maybe true, but did you do it? Just because they gave you more time than they might have gave the white person, if you hadn’t done the crime in the first place, you wouldn’t have got any time. So stop using that as a damn excuse. If you already know they gonna come down hard on you, that’s to me even more of an incentive to stop doing crime. Stop being ignorant. Stop glorifying ignorance.
This little rap lifestyle that we’re looking at, Lil’ Wayne, all these rappers out there, that’s not real life. That’s the kind of life that leaves you dead or in jail. And it’s a damn shame that in 2014, we are still talking about this. We are still talking about the same stuff that’s been in all the Tyler Perry movies, all the John Singleton movies, that we was talking about back in the ‘90s, Boyz n the Hood, Black on Black crime, stop killing, looting, we need to stop being ignorant and take some responsibility for our self. Change our perception of the way people see us in the world.
You want the cops to stop messing with you, stop giving them a reason to. You get pulled over for a DWB, for those of you who don’t know, that’s Driving While Black, don’t be mad at the cop. Be mad at the brothers that came before you, that gave the reputations of the Black men for the cops to see you, “Hey look, there’s a car full of brothers, they’re probably up to no good.”
[Fredrick Wilson II:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
Get to the point where when cops pull us over for nothing, they keep coming up empty. Eventually, they’ll stop pulling us over. But if right now, “Hey, there’s a car “full of brothers, let’s pull the over, oh! Somebody “got a warrant. Oh! Somebody got a weapon. “Oh! Somebody got some drugs.” So yeah, they’re gonna keep doing it. Why? Because it works. You go to the crap table, you roll the dice, you keep coming up with seven, you keep rolling the dice. You start crappin’ out, you stop rolling the damn dice. Stop giving the police, stop giving the public at large reasons to look at us like we’re second class citizens. We get looked at like that because a lot of us act like that. And it may not be the majority of us, but it’s the perceived majority of us. Because it’s the ones that you see out there on the WorldStar videos, on the internet, on Facebook, just acting ignorant, just act like we don’t have no damn sense, like we don’t have pride as a people, have some pride in yourself, take responsibility for your life.
Everything is not somebody else’s fault. Sometimes it’s just you. Empire. I’m just saying.
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