Sunday, March 17, 2019

Kansas City Star Covers Last Week's Westport "Racist" Club Life Soundtrack News

We had a good conversation about this LAST WEEK and today it's in newsprint at gas station and mostly ignored. Read more:

Controversy over race turns into hope for KC nightlife | The Kansas City Star

It started as yet another controversy over how black people are treated in Westport. A black man shared on Facebook a secret "no play list" he'd discovered of rap and hip-hop songs that a white bar owner forbade his DJs to play.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

His bar, his rules.

Don’t like it, tough shit, the world ain’t got time for whiny ass bitches who start race wars over nasty music that is about foul language, drugs, rape, Robbin and murder.

Spend some time on the real problems, murderous blacks.

Anonymous said...

Are we going to pretend the bar owner isn’t absolutely right.

Anonymous said...

The star says it was indefensible. The star must not be able to find its ass with both hands. It was eminently defensible.

Anonymous said...

The Star becomes more and more desperate as it continues to manufacture stories. This is one

Zlies Jamez'z World of Fantasy said...

Expected artisan donuts to start popping out of the screen while starting to read this hack piece.

Anonymous said...

captcha

Anonymous said...

A baseball or bill type cap, worn backwards, sorta tell something about the wearer.

Anonymous said...

The article says the negroes want to know why they’re excluded from the city’s social scene. I can’t believe this is really difficult for them to understand. From their loud, cheap and crazy behavior to the fights, shootings and other crimes that are part of their culture, no sane business owner wants to run the risk of having them ruin his livelihood. The article also says the black event promoter’s crowds are made up of doctors, lawyers, etc. If the young, black crowd is so successful, why don’t they open their own clubs in their beloved jazz district?

chuck said...

9:25

+1

Anonymous said...

"They who have the gold make the rules'. Just like my parents when i was growing up "Our house our rules' Period, end of story, non-negotiable.

Anonymous said...

Embrace the hollow, shallow, pidgin culture that produces epic, eternal works of art such as, 'Can I smell yo dick.'

Diversity means making excuses for violent retards.

Serial Liars LLC said...

Great article

Anonymous said...

We are not going to get to 200 murder per year without listening to music that glorifies killing, raping and robbing. Let the music play and let the fire go.

Anonymous said...

I'll ask again, can I go to Club Mingles at 86th and Troost and get the DJ to play some Johnny Cash? Van Halen? Mumford and Sons? Of course not. Does that make them racist? No. That club owner can play what he wants, as he should. Should the guy in Westport be able to ban certain music? Absolutely, it is his bar. Just like Chris Rock said, "black club grand opening-one week later grand closing."