Webster Central School District administrators get a wake up call from the racially insensitive black rapper culture
Inside Webster Central School District there are students, teachers, administrators who are compassionately connected, joyfully engaged, always learning, unless they are singing offensive rap songs. This means that outside of the district, meaning when graduating students are riding in limousines, they may not be expressing so much compassion and joy.
Because there are black rappers who are dedicated to producing songs that are purely hedonistic, and revel in money, sex and whatever kind of degenerate lifestyle they can flaunt. This is not conduct that is compassionately connected, joyfully engaging at Webster Central School District.
For liberals, like those who are school administrators at this school, with a heightened sense of race, a white student singing this song is the worst kind of evil. It’s an unforgivable sin. It’s a sin that deserves much penance, being shunned, excommunicated, etc., or dragged before school administrators to get a severe scolding.
According to WHEC news, a viral Snapchat video showed the students singing to rapper Lil Uzi Vert’s hit “You Was Right” in a limo headed to junior prom. The song includes sexual language and the N-word.
“The video showed the students in a limo singing along to a ‘song that included racially offensive language.’ The district met with concerned students and students who produced the video on Tuesday,” the report said. This means that some white students repeated or sang along to the song, which included the word nigger.
In a statement from Webster Central School District sent to WHEC, administration said that involved students’ parents were contacted so they “could discuss the hurtful and offensive language that was heard in the video.”
Look at how shocked students at this school are: they expressed their dismay and concern not only with the video, but also with the students who produced it. You would think that they created propaganda for the Nazis. Let’s hope the students who participated in this video are not scarred for life.
“Webster CSD was recently made aware of a video that was made on Saturday, June 1, during a limo ride as Webster Schroeder High School students were attending the junior prom. The video showed students singing along to a song that included racially offensive language. Webster CSD takes these matters very seriously and the building administration has been in contact with the students in the video. Parents were also contacted so that they, too, could discuss the hurtful and offensive language that was heard in the video.”
“Today, very productive restorative sessions took place involving Webster Schroeder's administrators, students who expressed their dismay and concern with this particular video, and students who produced the video,” the statement continued.
Note that administrators expressed their dismay and concern with the video - and with the students who “produced” the video. This means that the parents were contacted immediately and the district demanded that they appear before a tribunal to discuss the students evil and destructive behavior. Administrators could care less that that this kind of music is being produced. Just don't get caught signing it while you are riding in a limousine during a graduation party.
Why is this such a heinous act? Because in liberal society, in politically correct society, in the culture that pervades public schools, whites are responsible for the feelings and behavior of blacks. Blacks are not held responsible for their behavior. If they are not responsible for their behavior, who is? The white majority, that’s who. It’s a serious transgression because liberals live in a heightened sense of race, and public schools are full of liberals.
White administrators feel responsible for the fact that black students can’t compete scholastically. The active theory is that if someone who is white says the wrong thing, not only can it affect the self-esteem of black students, it can also affect their ability to achieve scholastically. What the administrator can’t do is to criticize or saying anything negative about the lyrics of this song by a successful, creative black rapper. It’s not the song that is wrong, it's the white student who sang the song.
One need look no further than the Families of Color meetings they have in this school district to see how white school administrators are trying to help (really feel responsible for) black families and students.They can have a Families of Color meeting, but not one that criticizes destructive music, like the song “You Was Right.”
They are having their third such Families of Color meeting in June. This kind of meeting singles out students, parents and families by race. Why would they do this? Because they have to do something to make it look like they are helping.
Here is how they reported how the meeting went:
“Over 50 interested community members, including parents and staff members, attended the second meeting in early May. Participants also discussed a new name for the group and are hoping to finalize that name during the upcoming June meeting.”
“During that gathering, the group began to develop a collective vision of Webster’s future as it relates to equity, diversity, and inclusion.”
“The Webster Families of Color group’s mission is to bring together a strong collective of parents, concerned family members, and allies passionate about building a racially- and economically-just community.”
By creating this group, they hope that they will magically improve the behavior and test scores of blacks in the district. Will it work? No. They might as well have a discussion group on the meaning of Star Trek and the Starship Enterprise.
Can a school district create an environment that is racially and economically just? No. But this is the liberal ideal. This is acceptable for liberals, even though in a sense, it is racist. There are no other help groups for people of color of any other race (other than Hispanic) in the United States.
This is how it works in most public schools in America. We can’t correct the students who cause the most problems in public schools, but we can sure shame the white students. Hopefully this incident will be openly discussed at the next Families of Color group, even though they will not be singing black rap songs like “You Was Right.”
Here are the lyrics to the song “You Was Right,” by the popular rapper Lil Uzi Vert
Hit it from the back watch a n**** bless you
(If Young Metro don't trust you I'm gon' shoot you)
Crying in my arms like a n**** wrecked you
(Metro Boomin' want some more, n****)
Ya alright, alright, alright
You was right I was wrong
Ya I should've never ever took her home
Ya I should've just boned
Ya fantasy on my phone
Ya hit it from the back watch a n**** bless you
Ya crying in my arms like a n**** wrecked you
Talking about a broken heart running to the restroom
Looked at my momma just like we rich
Looked at my b**** like we rich
Said we ain't got no minor setbacks
Counting all that money told that n**** just to bet that
I, I know that you ain't got it boy why you ain't just say that
They see I got that money, now his b**** like I said that
I don't pay that hoe no mind I been had that
When I saw my girl ya you know I had to bag that
And before me f*** n**** s ya they had that
Five n****s including me I had to back back
Try to diss me I take it to your family
I f*** your sister then make sure that she vanish
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