I don’t write these rhymes. I just write about them. So before you hit the break, let me warn you that both Jay-Z and Childish Gambino are featured in this installment of Deaf•initions. As always, this space includes some of hip-hop’s most illogical and stupid lyrics. Point and laugh after the break.
Hello fellow English mates. Yes, you are now all English. If you’re reading this you obviously speak/read English. Last Deaf•initions some of you said that it was okay for Drake to call Latinos Spanish just because they spoke Spanish. In other words, it’s okay to categorize people based on the language they speak. Okay, I’m not going to argue. I agree, so you’re all English now. Mate, would you pass me the crumpets. Absurd you say? You’re African-American, Colombian, Asian? Ha, that’s Linsane. You’re all English! Now belt up, and let me get to the second installment of Deaf•initions where I will continue to expose illogical, dumb, and forgettable lyrics. Tyre.
Do you ever cringe when you hear a rapper misuse a word? Yeah me too. So to keep myself from kicking an old lady in the shin, I’ve started a new blog series in which I will release all my anger, and define those misused words, and bring illogical lyrics into the light. Long story short, this will be a place to expose stupid lyrics. Every so often a new edition of Deaf•initions will hit your eyes. Enjoy the first edition below. Please don’t stab your ears.