Soulja Boy, violent rapper of the day, brandishes his ‘Uzi’ and ‘AK’

Rappers sure do love their guns. Last night it was Ice T and 2 Chainz.

Now it’s Soulja Boy’s turn. The well-heeled rapper loves his guns almost as much as he loves to shop

Perhaps guns are on his mind because of his new “song,” “Trigger Finger”:

Here’s the hook:

One in ya dome. [x8]
Empty stomach, full clip
I’m gon get it Gon get it
My trigger finger itchin’
My trigger finger itchin’
My trigger finger itchin’
My trigger finger itchin’
My trigger finger itchin’

This “music” is on Lil Wayne’s album, “I am Not a Human Being II,” currently ranked #2 on the iTunes rap/hip hop chart.

Tens of thousands of American boys and young men, some of whom have mental health problems, will hear it.

Piers Morgan doesn’t care.

Michael Moore doesn’t care.

Jim Carrey doesn’t care.

President Obama and Vice President Biden don’t care.



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  • David Brownfield

    My door is a jar.

  • $46661540

    I’m more concerned with Kim Jong-Un’s nuke than Soulja Boy’s Uzi or AK.

    • bosay831

      Agreed. let’s keep the primary focus on real issues. It’s not hard to find crap from the left or the right on the net. The only requirement is to turn on your computer.

  • Love of Country

    If a skinhead had written that song and/or posed with machine guns it would be all over MSNBC. Instead, they’re hiding under their desk.

    • Rulz

      But don’t you see? They can’t afford to be called raaacccissssttttt!!!

  • cgraham77

    This guy has major overcompensation issues, if you know what I mean.

  • MJ Pauls

    Yet another example of why ‘rap’ makes up 3/4 of the word ‘crap’.

    • $7610427

      LOL. Tru dat!

    • agroulx

      and 3/4s of the World’s crap..

    • Rulz

      The other 1/4 is soundtrack from first TMNT movie, Vanilla Ice (yeah, don’t laugh at me) and Kris-Kross.

    • DwellsInFire

      Rap is to Music as Diarrhea is to Food.

    • Trixit

      it’s like black people constantly criticizing Manson lyrics or other
      trash metal bands that white people say they only represent a small
      minority of rock music… oh right, they don’t criticize, coz they don’t
      care. You do though… amazing.

    • Christian Orpinell

      Anyone heard of Lecrae?


    I believe they know that this will do nothing induce gun control. They might realize that with less innocent people having guns, the more gangbangers there will be, while they are the primary demographic for their (music), and they don’t care about the law at all.

    Or maybe they’re just morons.

  • Clayton Grant

    His dick_isn’t an AK. It’s a pee shooter.

  • L.N. Smithee

    Soulja Boy and Lil Wayne are two of the people I hold most responsible for the death of quality in pop music.

    Did I say “death”? Sorry, I meant “murder.” S-Boy in particular would’ve never made it without YouTube. Then again, maybe he would have, because the barely less horrific Lil Wayne got more Grammy nominations in 2008 than any other recording artist.

    No, that’s NOT a typo. What was once said of the likes of Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, and Michael Jackson can now be said of Lil Wayne. That’s how far we’ve fallen, and that’s how quickly it’s happened.

    • bosay831

      Pop music has been in decline since the 90’s. Thanks to the net though, I don’t have to buy or listen to it.

  • MrApple

    My penis is just a penis. I feel left out.

  • Cory

    Michelle Malkin is probably the only person who still listens to Soulja Boy.

    • Jeremy

      thanks for that brilliant post *rolls eyes*

      • Cory

        No problem. I’m always here to help.

  • Jeremy

    just another no talent hack rapper without a clue nothing new

    • bosay831

      Try hack celebrity and then you may be on to something. Popular entertainment has clueless nuts on both sides.

  • ThatConfused1

    Power Glove – Power Core > Soulja Boy’s everything ever made.

  • Ed Hamilton

    Meanwhile back at the ranch, Jackson and Not so Sharpton wonder why they’re “people” are still “struggling”.

  • Cynical_Bystander

    So his “dick” will “fire” whether he cleans it or not…and it won’t be as accurate over distance as other AR’s…OK I think we can agree that’s true.

  • agroulx

    Great job Solja Boy – that’s the most intelligent thing I’ve heard all day

  • Michelle

    Another perfect example of the culture of violence being made to seem cool.

  • Ben Bollman

    In other news Taylor Swift sings about ex-boyfriends and Justin Bieber sings about girls.

  • Trixit

    white people analyzing and criticizing the rap that they only hear through a mass media oulet that knows nothing about hiphop. amazing.

    it’s like black people constantly criticizing Manson lyrics or other trash metal bands that white people say they only represent a small minority of rock music… oh right, they don’t, coz they either don’t care or hate. amazing.

    • Tom Anderson

      Sorry to burst your stereotypical bubble but us black folk criticize gangsta rap too. We’ve seen what the destruction that the corruption of our youth creates in our neighborhoods.

    • Christian Orpinell

      I’m not black by any means. I’m hispanic. I don’t even like to call myself hispanic because I look more white than anything else. In fact, I don’t even consider myself personally hispanic. I call myself an American.

      However, my music consists of largely gospel rap. You can find more at

      With that said; I’m essentially listening to BLACK people most of the time for my enjoyment and entertainment. — My problem is when SMART BLACK people ignore the repulsive trash that Lil Wayne, Drake, and all those SWAG, YOLO, worthless individuals produce. They’re defacing the black community at lightning speed. Just take a look at the demographic sales from Dr. Dre Beats headsets They’re highest consumer audience is from BLACK people. Now, why is that? Hint, hint; the same YOUNG MONEY groups and ties are *intensively* marketing Dr Dre headphones like theirs no tomorrow. You CAN NOT go through one current rap video under the Vimeo branch without seeing a Dr Dre brand…

      Blacks need to be bold in standing up against the sick secular rap culture that’s only harming the next generation to come.

      Oh and I capitalized BLACK to make the point clear. I’m not politically correct. Sorry bro.

  • Trixit

    I also like how this very short article connected mental health problems (a very big topic in America) with a tweet and a song.

  • J.N. Ashby

    *an Uzi *an AK

  • Tom Anderson

    And this is the problem with our violent culture.