Mel Gibson: Racist Pig or Frustrated Rap Star?

Tongue in Cheek by John W. Lillpop

For all of the shock and outrage surrounding Mel Gibson’s abusive language, it should be pointed out that the disgraced actor is hardly alone when it comes to the use of non-PC langauge.

In fact, Gibson’s rants are actually quite mild when compared to swome lyrics that are vile, racist, and misogynist and which advocate violence and murder against women.

Such lyrics, when performed by Rap artists, are considered an art form, a unique and essential contribution to the never-ending quest for a “diversity-rich” society.

Never mind that the so-called Rap music is loaded with the “N” word, the “F” word, the “C” word, the “B” word, and all of other FCC-banned words!

We are talking artistic expression usually from the deepest reaches of the soul of an abused black man who needs to be listened to—and made into a millionaire as compensation for all of his suffering.

There are exceptions, of course. When it comes to Rap music, a white fellow named Eminem is the exception, as he has become a huge success in a business dominated by artists who are people of color.

If Gibson could sober up long enough, he would be well advised to talk with Eminem and develop a business plan for a career in the Rap world where filth, misogamy, and racism can earn one fame and fortune, rather than scandal and scorn!