Okay, so I got this super offensive rap song planned right?
At one point I'm gonna be like
"got lung capacity can hold my breath for the longest
like michael morones who tried to kill himself
After getting bullied for watchin' over my little pony
Put a belt around his neck, said what the heck and then
proceeded to hang himself in his closet and was nearly dead"
(get it? lung capacity? The joke is that he almost died from oxygen deprivation... he was 11)
Now I'm gonna have a picture of the boy in the hospital after the accident on the screen while the rap is going.
I think I might be going too far though. With the picture I mean, I'm totally keeping these lyrics, you can't talk me out of that one. I think if I don't have a picture people will groove to it more, but if I add the picture of him with a tube down his thought in the hospital next to his Pinkie Pie plushie, that might turn people off too much.
I mean, I'm making fun of a child that almost died, and flashing real pictures of him sitting in the
Guys... this is one of the common moral dilemmas I make as an aspiring shock rapper. I'm always trying to hit the sweet spot where I piss people off, but do it in such a clever way that they can't help but groove to it.
But then they get even more pissed, cause they like it. Even though I just said something terrible.
How do I make a song about beating Matthew Sheppard and make you bob your head to it?
That's the goal of a shock rapper?
I'm not only gonna offend you, but you're gonna like it.
I wanna be like my music idol eminem, and would love some advice on getting that effect.
Tell me the lines don't pump you up?
"When I smoke out, I hit the trees harder than Sonny bono"
"I take 7 kids from Columbine, stand em' all in line, at an AK-47 a revolver a nine"
"My words are like a dagger with a jaged edge, that'll stab you in the head, whether you're a fag or les"
"I may fight for gay rights, especially if they d*ke is more of a knockout than Janay Rice."
"Play nice, bitch I'll punch Lana Del Rey in the face twice like Ray Rice in broad daylight in plain sight of elevator surveillance 'til the head is bangin' on the railin' ... then celebrate with the Ravens."
How was Eminem able to make lyrics like that, that still made people feel awesome hearing it?
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