Mistah F.A.B. ft. Royce Da 59 & Talib Kweli – In My City

This appears on Mistah F.A.B.’s I Found My Backpack 2: The Lost Notebook which is out now on iTunes.

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Previously: Mistah F.A.B. – Welcome To Hell


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4 Responses to “Mistah F.A.B. ft. Royce Da 59 & Talib Kweli – In My City”

  1. &What?! Says:

    What’s the verdict on Childish Gambino?

  2. kevfresco Says:

    foams are expensive but they’re some durable sneaks.

    my half cent penny’s go right back in the box.

    a nigga was to steal any of my foams i’m smackin him in the head with them as well. right after i beat them off him.

    i respect justified violence.

  3. kevfresco Says:

    mistah f.a.b. is down with the hiros?

  4. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    They called people “animals” and “savages.” One comment said, “Drop a bomb and wipe them all out.”

    Hearing New York police officers speak publicly but candidly about one another and the people they police is rare indeed, especially with their names attached. But for a few days in September, a raw and rude conversation among officers was on Facebook for the world to see — until it vanished for unknown reasons.

    “I say have the parade one more year,” wrote a commenter who identified himself as Dan Rodney, “and when they all gather drop a bomb and wipe them all out.” Reached on Monday, Mr. Rodney confirmed that he was a police officer and that he had used Facebook, though rarely, but denied making the comment. “That wasn’t me,” he said before suggesting that someone else might have been responsible. “I leave my phone around sometimes. Other than that I have no comment.”

    ^^^^

    NY Cops are the fucking worse.

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