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Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks Jr. rapped about Trump


Darrell E. Brooks Jr., the suspect charged with five counts of homicide in the Waukesha Christmas Parade massacre on Sunday, appears to have posted several politically charged songs online under the name “Mathboi Fly,” according to multiple reports.

Several points of sale, including the sun and Heavy, connected Brooks to music videos from Mathboi Fly, matching his appearance to passport photos and other social media photos of the 39-year-old from Milwaukee. The YouTube channel hosting these videos has now been deleted. A Soundcloud profile under the same artist name is always accessible.

Brooks uploaded a song called “X” to Soundcloud three years ago. The song opens with a quote from Malcolm X, saying, “I think it would take a lot of nerve for white people today to ask niggers if they hate them.” Brooks’ next words after the Malcolm X quote are “yeah”.

“That’s that revolutionary Malcolm X shit. This for my niggas in the can store. For every ghetto in America I know they’re waiting. What fucks the flow of Donald Trump and whoever hates him.” , begins the chorus of the song.

The second half of the chorus ends with an underlying voice repeating, “I got that AK-47, just like Malcolm nigga”, as Brooks sings the main lyrics of the chorus.

The song is pinned to a Twitter account believed to be owned by Brooks.

The first verse continues Brooks’ anti-American tirade as he sings lyrics about “devils” trying to bring him down and murdering police officers.

“I had that AK-47 just like Malcolm nigga, these devils try to take me down bet they come with them. Police stumble, fuck and be a shooting victim, I keep it on me. kill a, fasho, I killed a witness.

He continues to express his dissatisfaction with law enforcement and the criminal justice system. He also compares contemporary America to the era of slavery in the lyrics that follow.

“So fuck a pig and a judge, that’s how I live it. Dude, we’ve been asking too long now, they have to give it away. And I’ve got mates in these cells trying to fight the system. minimum wage nothing changed they still enslaved niggas.

Brooks hinted that black Americans today are still being lynched as they were in the days of Jim Crow. “They probably got a little town out there, some hanging niggas. I talk like that and they don’t want to have a conversation. Let’s say my people really built this nation, after you stole it from the natives you are the most haters.

Brooks repeated corporate media talking points regarding former President Donald Trump during the song’s second verse. “Now let me talk about the bitch we call the president. A racist closet and he plays his role so easily. From real estate to television, we have all convinced, ”he said.

At one point, Brooks pretends to be worried about the future and what to say to the next generation of Americans.

(MathBoi Fly / YouTube)

Additionally, Brooks appears to be expressing anti-Catholic views at the end of the song’s second verse. “Hail Mary as you hold on to the rosary, and you still wait for the Lord to bring you a relief of hope. (Never!)”

Before the chorus returns, Brooks screams prominent black nationalists in a short bridge after the second verse.

“In the minds of Malcolm, Nat Turner, Marcus Garvey and all who have died for freedom in this country, whether white or black, and all who oppose white supremacy in this country, let’s get it, ”he said.

Police accused Brooks of driving a red SUV – which may be the same vehicle seen in one of his music videos – into a crowd at the Waukesha Christmas Parade on Sunday night, injuring dozens and killing them five. He was reportedly released from jail on $ 1,000 bail for another violent incident a few weeks earlier. A woman accused him of intentionally running her over with his car in early November. Law enforcement officials say they have not confirmed the reason for the incident.



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