Yesha Callahan

Nicki Minaj Bashed by Ex Ku Klux Klan Wizard David Duke

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Former Ku Klux Klan Wizard David Duke attacked Nicki Minaj on his online radio show after she spoke out about police brutality in the latest issue of Rolling Stone.

Nicki Minaj via Rolling Stone

“He was the unofficial spokesman for hip-hop, and he got torn apart.” “And now you haven’t heard him speaking about these last couple things, and it’s sad. Because how many times can you be made to feel horrible for caring about your people before you say, ‘Fuck it, it’s not worth it, let me live my life because I’m rich, and why should I give a fuck?’”

During an hour-long rant Duke called Nicki’s music “disgusting and horrific and violent and drug-drenched.

Why do people blame Blacks like Minaj?”  “Because Minaj wouldn’t be a pimple on somebody’s rear end except for the fact that she is promoted by the Jewish record producers and the media, the mass media, the powerful media that promotes absolute degenerates like her.”

Duke also went on to say Jewish record producers not Blacks were not responsible for the popularity of hip-hop music. “Our Jewish-dominated media and our Jewish-dominated awards ceremonies” for the promotion of “absolute filth, drugs and violence” i.e. hip-hop music.

“Take a look at Gangster Rap.” “Take a look at constant media, chronic media. Talking about Gangster Rap elevating and making exciting Black criminality, thuggery, promoting drugs, promoting all sorts of sexual abuse, abuse of women. The videos for Black rappers and so forth show women at their feet, sucking their toes or God-knows what else. Just being practically slaves to Black males. You take a look at it, the media in this country—and it’s for white people too, European-Americans are affected by it too, but Black people have been really affected by it. This Black, so-called Gangster Rap and this other disgusting and degrading degenerate music which is the most popular music among the Black people and a good sector of the white people—just look at the Nicki Minaj. I don’t even want you to look at it it’s so horrible. You will never hear more of the ‘n-word,’ more words about ass—God knows I’m not gonna say all the things they say. Every kind of filthy word. Every kind of filthy, violent drug-promoting material. It’s just absolutely sickening. It’s the most amazing thing you ever heard. And the guy that produces all that, one of the Jewish producers, in fact, the entire music industry is absolutely controlled by the Zionists, the Jewish extremists, the same ones in the media that support Israel and basically pervert our country and the interest of America for that of Israel…One of the Jewish producers was boasting about the fact that every one of the Top 10 Billboard songs were those he controlled. So, I tell ya, even Rap music is not something that Blacks really were responsible for. It was the Jewish record producers who promoted this degenerate and sick music.”

If interested, you can listen to his rant here.

Photo Credits: Rolling Stone/Terry Richardson

  1. January 8, 2015 - Reply

    I think I missed the toe sucking rap videos. Somebody at Stormfront must have a fetish for big black thugs being pleasured.

    Nikki Minaj should be happy Davd Duke hates her. Anything else would not be cool.

  2. January 8, 2015 - Reply

    David Duke probably gets off on her videos

    • January 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      He probably gets off on her videos without the music on too. Appreciating the bodies of generously proportioned women is something that is genuinely colorblind.

  3. January 8, 2015 - Reply

    David Duke is a total hypocrite. He criticized Nicki Minaj, but he has issued misogynistic, racist, and other extreme rhetoric for decades.

    • January 8, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      I’m sorry. I think I missed the moment where Minaj was uplifting and progressive. If you take another look at his comments he was referring to gangster rap, not hip hop as a whole.
      Yes ,hip hop began as a positive movement and still has the power to be, but what we’ve been hearing on mainstream for the past 15 years more or less is dominated by gangster rap and now hip-POP. And the powers at be, as he explained, is the reason behind it.
      Everyone knows, KKK member or not, of the Jewish music executive role in diminishing the art of hip hop.
      (just F.Y.I. I’m only judging his comments of this article. I don’t know nor care to know of his history or other ideologies, but he nailed it on the head on these topics for me)

      • January 8, 2015 - Reply

        @Delia

        I will never support his hypocrisy at all. A hypocrite talking about morality and not practicing what he is preaching is still a hypocrite. Also, I made the mention of progressive hip hop and I didn’t support nor defend any lyrics from her that were vile or degrading. I didn’t even mention an advocacy of her musical content. I have huge disagreements with her “Only” video for many reasons. I did mention that Duke is a hypocrite for criticizing her when he has expressed racist and other offensive comments for decades. That is a fact. I don’t want to listen to his words, which is about the promotion of white supremacy. His feigned piety is just that, feign piety. Progressive hip has existed for years and it still exists today. The corporate elite has promoted degrading music and hip Pop. That is true. Many music executives are Jewish and some are not. Jewish music executives making the wrong exploitation of music is not representative of all Jewish people in the face of the Earth as you know. The mistreatment of Palestinians by many Israelis is just as evil as other atrocities in the world. His words on the Holocaust is similar to a white racist saying that the Maafa wasn’t as bad as it has been documented to be. You have the right to agree with his comments or not. I have the right to refute his words and disagree with his hypocrisy.

        • January 8, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          So we basically agree. I don’t know his history to call hypocrisy and I won’t be surprised if it is, but I don’t care about it. You do. That seems to be the only difference.
          I feel gangster rap as degenerate as well. Like that self indicting Bobby Schurmda song and all others, as it is a glorification rather than an artistic expression of current circumstances as it was initially. But hip hop has the potential to be positive on a mainstream level, which it hasn’t been since for the vast majority of my lifetime.

          • January 8, 2015 - Reply

            @Delia

            We agree that corporate executives have promoted a nihilistic form of music and people should disagree with music that degrades our people in the most offensive terms possible. That is true. Artistic experience is diverse. If artists express the degradation of people, disrespects women in the most offensive way possible, then those artists should be disagreed with. There is nothing wrong with talking about the ghetto. People can rap about the ghetto and what goes on in the street honestly without the extreme vulgarity and without misogyny. One example deals with old school hip hop records (like “White Lines,” etc.) talking about inner city life as hip hop was born in the inner city. There is a difference between corporate-sponsored mainstream hip hop and progressive forms of hip hop. We agree that things should change, because we can’t do the same thing over and over again and get the same results. Things should change.

            • January 8, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              Same here. But I must clarify that I don’t ‘disagree’ about the claim of hypocrisy, I’m just oblivious to it.

              • January 8, 2015 - Reply

                @Delia

                I see. I know what you mean.

        • January 8, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          In addition, there wasn’t a mention of the Holocaust in this excerpt. Like I said, judging from this article, not White Supremacy ideology as a whole, he is on point with the history of hip-hop and its exploitation as well as the foolishness of Minaj.

  4. January 8, 2015 - Reply

    The irony is that he’s right. Especially how it was, and is still is Jewish music execs taking a small portion of the hip-hop genre and capitalizing/exploiting it to the masses.

    In addition, I am tired of my hard earned tax dollars going to Israel. They are more than capable of destroying a few nations without the incentives of the U.S.

    I wouldn’t take her seriously if she spoke out against anything in the black community or anything with political weight given her lyrics and physical portrayals. Using Malcolm X for the cover of that ignorant song was my last straw.

    Even though he’s a KKK member, he called it as it is on Minaj and ‘gangsta rap’.
    Hip-hop is more than that…

    She’s just a mere slave to the dollar as most theses rap ‘artists’ are….

  5. January 8, 2015 - Reply

    You can tell he’s ‘former’ KKK by his use of ‘The blacks’

  6. January 9, 2015 - Reply

    someone once told me if you wanna improve yourself, the best person to get advice from is your enemy b/c they’ll never sugarcoat the truth & they’ll be quick to point out your flaws. this man might be racist af but the quotes in this article were spot on about the industry, niki minaj, & the jewish puppet masters that keep feeding the public toxic music.

  7. January 9, 2015 - Reply

    I’m not a fan of the messenger, but I can’t hate the message. He’s completely right.

  8. January 9, 2015 - Reply

    “Local Racist doesn’t like Certain Black Woman”
    Ya don’t say….
    Also, extreme side-eye to these antisemitic comments.

    • January 9, 2015 - Reply

      @O'Phylia S

      “these antisemitic comments”…?

      it’s no secret that jews control the media & no secret that the media is what’s keeping hate filled rap alive. so where’s the antisemitism? facts are facts. and spades are spades. nobody made any hateful comments towards jews, but acting like they’re not part of the problem is naive.

  9. January 11, 2015 - Reply

    After what the Sony leaks revealed, can you really dispute the essence of what he is saying?

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