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80s, Bad, and Community: Why do so many of these "Og Rappers" judge the new generation? They say we make drug user music like making drug selling music is better what's the difference? What about the fact that rap is the number one genre of music right now none of y'all acknowledge that Artists been snorting cocaine and smoking crack since the 70s and 80s did y'all forget that? Instead of judging how about y'all make a change. If the message in the previous generation of rap was so good why did so many of our parents abandon us for crack ? Why we still killing each other? Don't use us as the scape goat! Our music is a reflection of what's going on in our community and alt w doing is using our talent to escape that community troubleman31 @21savage lil bro speaking real truth tho The fact of the matter is... There's been good,bad,ERCOM great,mediocre artists,&otherwise in EVERY generation Even ours (2000s), The Founding era (80s) & the golden era of the 90s. They're not the only generation to make "user music" either. Can anyone remember a Lil album called "The Chronic"? Or hit Recs like "Sippin on some Sizzurp"... Regardless of the subject matter...This is THEY TIME. Couldn't nobody tell us how to run ours,or make us sound how they thought we should.. Live ya life & do ya stuff young'n. Just bare with us,&try to understand. y'all niggaz kinda different & take some getting used to. As the elders gotta understand they're SUCCESS JUSTIFIES the CHANGE. The Numbers DONT LIE!!! Can't hate on that. Thoughts? 21savage ti
80s, Bad, and Community: Why do so many of these "Og Rappers"
 judge the new generation? They say we
 make drug user music like making drug
 selling music is better what's the
 difference? What about the fact that rap
 is the number one genre of music right
 now none of y'all acknowledge that
 Artists been snorting cocaine and
 smoking crack since the 70s and 80s did
 y'all forget that? Instead of judging how
 about y'all make a change. If the message
 in the previous generation of rap was so
 good why did so many of our parents
 abandon us for crack ? Why we still killing
 each other? Don't use us as the scape
 goat! Our music is a reflection of what's
 going on in our community and alt w
 doing is using our talent to escape that
 community
 troubleman31 @21savage lil bro speaking real truth tho
 The fact of the matter is... There's been good,bad,ERCOM
 great,mediocre artists,&otherwise in EVERY generation
 Even ours (2000s), The Founding era (80s) & the golden
 era of the 90s. They're not the only generation to make
 "user music" either. Can anyone remember a Lil album
 called "The Chronic"? Or hit Recs like "Sippin on some
 Sizzurp"... Regardless of the subject matter...This is THEY
 TIME. Couldn't nobody tell us how to run ours,or make us
 sound how they thought we should.. Live ya life & do ya
 stuff young'n. Just bare with us,&try to understand. y'all
 niggaz kinda different & take some getting used to. As the
 elders gotta understand they're SUCCESS JUSTIFIES the
 CHANGE. The Numbers DONT LIE!!!
 Can't hate on that.
Thoughts? 21savage ti

Thoughts? 21savage ti

Memes, New York, and Taken: Hundreds of immigrants will get to resubmit DACA renewals originally rejected as "late" It's the Trump administration's biggest reversal on immigration policy to date. Updated by Dara Lind | dara@vox.com | Nov 16, 2017, 11:43am EST Y TWEET SHARE 🚨 IMPORTANT DACA SHARE Many immigrants who did everything right to reapply for one last round of protection under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — but missed the deadline due to circumstances beyond their control — are going to get another chance after reporting by Vox and others about how unfairly the administration enforced the deadline. The Trump administration initially claimed that 4,000 immigrants missed the October 5 deadline to apply for one last two-year extension of protections under the DACA program, which the administration announced in September would be shut down over the next six months (with an official end date of March 5, 2018). But reporting in recent days by Vox and the New York Times showed that an untold number of those applications had been mailed well in advance of the deadline — and had been delayed due to a mysterious weeks-long Postal Service slowdown, or had been dropped in a US Citizenship and Immigration Services mailbox on October 5 but not picked up by a courier service until the next day. On Wednesday night, the Department of Homeland Security announced that those DACA recipients will be allowed to reapply for renewal. The Trump administration isn’t guaranteeing that these applications will be approved. But it’s at least agreeing to consider applications it had previously rejected out of hand. That could mean another two years of protection from deportation for hundreds, maybe even thousands, of immigrants. And it marks the first major reversal on immigration policy from an administration that has generally taken pride in its hardline stance. USCIS will contact some immigrants who were affected — but others will have to contact the government themselves
Memes, New York, and Taken: Hundreds of immigrants will
 get to resubmit DACA renewals
 originally rejected as "late"
 It's the Trump administration's biggest
 reversal on immigration policy to date.
 Updated by Dara Lind | dara@vox.com | Nov 16, 2017, 11:43am EST
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🚨 IMPORTANT DACA SHARE Many immigrants who did everything right to reapply for one last round of protection under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — but missed the deadline due to circumstances beyond their control — are going to get another chance after reporting by Vox and others about how unfairly the administration enforced the deadline. The Trump administration initially claimed that 4,000 immigrants missed the October 5 deadline to apply for one last two-year extension of protections under the DACA program, which the administration announced in September would be shut down over the next six months (with an official end date of March 5, 2018). But reporting in recent days by Vox and the New York Times showed that an untold number of those applications had been mailed well in advance of the deadline — and had been delayed due to a mysterious weeks-long Postal Service slowdown, or had been dropped in a US Citizenship and Immigration Services mailbox on October 5 but not picked up by a courier service until the next day. On Wednesday night, the Department of Homeland Security announced that those DACA recipients will be allowed to reapply for renewal. The Trump administration isn’t guaranteeing that these applications will be approved. But it’s at least agreeing to consider applications it had previously rejected out of hand. That could mean another two years of protection from deportation for hundreds, maybe even thousands, of immigrants. And it marks the first major reversal on immigration policy from an administration that has generally taken pride in its hardline stance. USCIS will contact some immigrants who were affected — but others will have to contact the government themselves

🚨 IMPORTANT DACA SHARE Many immigrants who did everything right to reapply for one last round of protection under the Deferred Action for Ch...