haha they think it’s FIRE:

fireI’m not surprised. The track was hard.  Make sure you hit my old post up and watch the original video.  My exact comment was “Lithuania”.

OH SHIT!  Ghostface wants on the remix!  hahah that would be amazing.

Before anyone asks, this is gun related because they were flashing guns in the music video.

Gat tip: Allen


*smh* this guy:

Stitches-RapperI wonder why at the start it shows him getting makeup to conceal his ridiculous face tattoos which he goes without for the entire video?  This is interesting mostly because the song title is “I’m crazy”.  His face tattoos make him look WAYYYYYYY crazier.  Without the tattoos he looks like a large 12 year old, who’s man hobbies are smoking cigarettes and giving wedgies to the nerds.   The upside is he could at least get that coveted job at Mc Donalds, and probably even at least part of his allowance back.

2:11 – At the end he wipes the face makeup off.  Annnnnnnnnd we’re back.

That AR-15 isn’t nearly as terrible as it could be, compared to what we have seen from him before.  He even rocks flip up sights (Magpul perhaps?) co-witnessed with some sort of red dot.  I’m surprised the concept of the co-witness reached his demographic. #ReadsENDOonce?


Gat tip: Jim


*smh* this guy:

Christian-Bale-Pointing-MemeWhen I saw the title of this song, I knew it was going to be lyrically complex.  It didn’t disappoint hahah.

Even though Stitches has the bad lyrics, an abrasive voice, and questionable flow… his songs are somewhat catchy.  His face and hair is like a trainwreck which you can’t look away from too.

Trigger discipline 100.  #ReadENDOonce  I still laugh about how how hard he trolled with the Sig Sauer SB-15. #NeverShoulderNeverForget

Thoughts? You going to wild out and bump this in the Camry with your white friends, then sheepishly turn it down when you think it might offend someone?


What happens in Russia:

haha nice.  Here’s a vid to go along with the story… trigger discipline doesn’t look good at the start.  Muzzle direction too eeeeeeeeeh, that’s a guy sitting down:

freddie-gibbs-AK-russiaAlthough I’m not the biggest fan of his, he makes hood music… nothing for the clubs, nothing for the women.

haha even that Russian hat too. At least he’s pro gun :P A lot of his raps are actually about guns, even the song titles are gun related. Obviously not a guy the NRA is going to want to put on the payroll anytime soon, but you get the idea.



This past weekend haha:

Pew pew pew pew pew pew, pop pop, pop… LOL “That hook is sOooPa hard bro”.

Is SNL funny again?  Or was this just 1/20 that happened to hit the nail on the head.  I was SNL watching age in the early 90s, so that’s what I base all my SNL judgements on…. it definitely was at one of the “peaks” during that time with Chris Farley, David Spade, Kevin Nealon, Will Ferrell, Norm Macdonald… I could go on but you get the point.  I tried watching SNL again a few years back and I was like “meh”.

Kevin-HartThis reminded me of “Gunshots on the beat” (WHAT YOU EVER HEAR HARDER THAN THAT?)… Making the rifle Burs’. haha that vid..


Hat tip: GearwhoresAnon, IGMilitia, CloverLeaf


About making $100M by importing cocaine and flipping it on the streets:

AK without a stock, M&P Bodyguard .380, a Mossberg pump shotgun with picatinny rails on the forend, some sort of little revolver at the end.

As usual the rhymes are extremely complex, and have many levels to them.

Stitches-RapperI bet Amazon and FedEx are so thrilled they got product placement for free!  Something tells me Stitches will get blessed with free Amazon Prime for life for this one.  Jeff Bezos is probably in the process of getting his people to set up a lunch date with Stitches to talk cocaine market expansion, and how the Amazon business model, warehousing, and drop shipping could help his business in both foreign and domestic markets, and increase customer retention / streamline customer acquisition.

2:54 – DAT TRIGGER DISCIPLINE THO.  Nice to see… safety first boys.