字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 ♪ (punk rock intro) ♪ - (rapping) ♪ With all due respect ♪ ♪ I don't have pity for you black [bleep] ♪ - What the fu--?! - ♪ I don't have pity for you black [bleep] ♪ - Oh! I've heard about this video. - I've seen this, but I don't think I saw the entire thing. - I've definitely seen this. The biggest issue, in my opinion, in the United States right now. - ♪ Screamin' "Black Lives Matter" ♪ ♪ All the Black guys rather be deadbeats ♪ ♪ Than pay your bills ♪ ♪ Yellin' "[Bleep] this" and "[Bleep] that" ♪ - Oh [bleep]. - I was so confused the first time I saw this. I thought it was the white guy in this video who was writing it. - ♪ As soon as I say "[Bleep]" then everyone react ♪ ♪ And wanna swing at me and call me racist ♪ ♪ 'Cause I ain't Black ♪ ♪ Talkin' about slavery like you was around back then ♪ ♪ Like you was pickin' cotton off the [bleep] ground back then ♪ - What the hell is he--?! - ♪ ...gettin' down back then ♪ ♪ I see a Black man aimin' his gun ♪ ♪ But I'd rather see a Black man claimin' his son ♪ - I hate when they say that! - ♪ And I work my ass off and I pay my taxes for what? ♪ ♪ So you can keep livin' off free government assistance? ♪ ♪ Food stamps for your children, but you're still tryna sell 'em ♪ ♪ For some weed and some liquor or a [bleep] babysitter ♪ ♪ While you party on the road 'cause you ain't got no [bleep] goals ♪ - Someone's drilling my head with racism. That's what it feels like, listening to people like this. - ♪ My voice been back ♪ ♪ I'm not racist, my sister's boyfriend's Black ♪ - That doesn't mean anything! - That's the first argument every person goes to when they say they're not racist. - ♪ I'm not racist, and I never lie ♪ ♪ But I think there's a disconnect between your culture and mine ♪ - This is just too reminiscent of the time period. - ♪ But you ride 2Pac's [bleep] like he was a [bleep] god, oh my god! ♪ ♪ And all you care 'bout is rappin' ♪ ♪ And stuntin' and bein' rachet, and that's the [bleep] within you ♪ - (sighing) Oh, jeez-louise. - ♪ ...start to convince you ♪ - I really don't know where this is going. - I actually don't have words. - ♪ ...on those drinks ♪ ♪ Blame it on everybody... ♪ - It's so messed up. - ♪ Blame it on white privileges ♪ ♪ Blame it on white kids ♪ ♪ And just blame it on white citizens ♪ - Holy [bleep]. - ♪ How dare you try to make demands for this money? ♪ ♪ You gon' show us some respect ♪ ♪ You gon' stand for this country, [bleep]! ♪ - Oh! - Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Did he just say the hard R? - ♪ I heard Eminem's rap at the awards ♪ - What? - ♪ I can't take you nowhere without people pointin' fingers ♪ ♪ Pants hangin' off your ass, you ain't got no home trainin'? ♪ - There are too many people in this world who actually thoroughly believe this. - ♪ Quit the pitiful stuff ♪ ♪ And then maybe police would stop killin' you [bleep] ♪ - Shut the [bleep] up. Shut the [bleep] up. - ♪ But there's two sides to every story ♪ ♪ I wish that I knew yours ♪ - ♪ With all disrespect ♪ ♪ I don't really like you white [bleep] ♪ - This is it. Yes. - ♪ Screaming "All Lives Matter" ♪ ♪ Is a protest to my protest, what kind of shit is that? ♪ - True. - People don't understand that. - ♪ The power in the word "[Bleep]" is a different sin ♪ ♪ We shouldn't say it, but we do ♪ ♪ And that's just what it is ♪ ♪ But that don't mean that you can say it ♪ ♪ Just 'cause you got [bleep] friends ♪ - That's true. - ♪ That word was originated for you to keep us under ♪ - For real. - ♪ ...we know that's just how we greet each other ♪ ♪ And when you use it, we know there's a double meaning under ♪ - Mm-hmm. - ♪ ...I wasn't picking cotton physically ♪ ♪ That don't mean I'm not affected by the history ♪ ♪ My grandmomma was a slave, that [bleep] gets to me ♪ - Yeah, it really wasn't that long ago. That's the thing you gotta remember. - ♪ It's hard to elevate when this country's ran by whites ♪ ♪ Judging me by my skin color and my blackness ♪ ♪ Tryna find a job but ain't nobody called me back yet ♪ - That's facts. Ooh! - ♪ You think you know everything... ♪ - Now rethinking about it. - The white guy looks like he's listening and trying to understand what he's saying. - ♪ [Bleep], I'm exhausted ♪ ♪ I can't even drive without the cops tryna start [bleep] ♪ - That, very true! I have a personal story about that. - ♪ And even though Barack was half as black ♪ ♪ You hated President Obama, I know that's a fact ♪ ♪ You couldn't wait to get him out and put a cracker back ♪ ♪ And then you gave us Donald Trump and now it's payback for that ♪ ♪ I'm not racist, I never lied ♪ ♪ But I know there's a disconnect between your culture and mine ♪ - This is a really well-done video. - ♪ Blame it on Black [bleep] and blame it on Black citizens ♪ - The only good, positive thing I can say about this is that it's showing conversation. - ♪ I'm not racist, but I cry a lot ♪ ♪ You don't know what it's like to be in a frying pot ♪ - They don't. They don't. That's just-- flat out, they don't know what it's like. - ♪ You don't know what it's like to mind your business ♪ ♪ And get stopped by the cops ♪ ♪ And not know if you 'bout to die or not ♪ - There's so much passion behind these lyrics, too. It all feels too real just because it is. - ♪ I'm not racist ♪ ♪ But there's two sides to every story and now you know mine ♪ - I guess both sides are just saying you don't understand. - ♪ Can't erase the scars with a bandage ♪ ♪ I'm hopin' maybe we can... ♪ - Hug it out after that? Are you kidding me? - Yeah, hug it out. Yes. - ♪ I'm not racist ♪ - "We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us, and wealth classified us." Dang, that's deep. - That's a lot to take in. - That was a good video. This is the conversation that needs to happen more often. - There's a part of me that wants to agree with that, but you can't just throw away all of the literal systematic oppression that's been put to one side. It's a good step, I guess, but there has to be so much more done. - All I really want is there to be some sort of proper discussion, but even that, I feel like we don't get anywhere. But at least we have something like this sort of video, where it's hard and to the point, but it's so people sort of get it through their heads that you can't say certain things because you're not understanding where minorities especially are coming from, until you hear them out. - (FBE) So this was the video for "I'm Not Racist," by rapper Joyner Lucas. Had you heard of him before? - Mm-mm. - I've heard of the music video before, but I've never heard of the individual artist. - I have heard it before. I had a couple friends send it to me, and the first time I heard it, I heard just the first verse. I was like, "Why am I listening to this? This sounds terrible." And then I had to listen to the second half to get, "Oh, okay, that's what it means." - (FBE) How did you feel listening to this? - Just completely uncomfortable. - Uncomfortable, to say the least. I just think the video, as a whole, shouldn't have been made. It's not what this country needs right now. This just stokes the fire and just makes it worse. - I feel like I'm supposed to say I felt represented, but I didn't. I didn't feel represented at all, and the reason why I didn't feel represented is because I've argued those same points multiple times, but they don't do anything. I understand where he's coming from. It's a good place he's coming from. I understand that, but he should have done more. - That shocked me. You know, I haven't seen a lot of stuff that really gets to me. (growling) He was really talking about truthful stuff that's happening in the media, all over, you know, the United States today. - I feel happy to see that someone cares and that there's artists out there who have an agenda. - It seems made to be more liberal, so some might not like the video and it might seem more closed minded to them and they might be shut down. You can't just marginalize people and discriminate based on race if you don't even talk to them and you don't even listen to what their backstories are. - I desperately do still want to hear Republican's side of things, and conservative's types of things, just because I want to understand where they're coming from instead of just sort of throwing my opinions and trying to just get some sort of change without hearing them out. - (FBE) As a teenager in Los Angeles, do you feel like racism is still an issue in this country? - We haven't made any progress. Do you know what we've done? We've dug it under in a hole. That's what we've done. We've hid it. We've hid history. - (FBE) Have you had any personal experiences involving racism? - Personally, I have not had any experiences involving racism. - I personally haven't had any experiences involving racism. - I've had a couple friends walk down the street and, you know, tell me that some person yelled at them when they found out they were Mexican. That's a little messed up. - I've experienced some racism at a young age. I'm in history class and I'm just reading about all these things that's happened in the past with Jim Crow, slavery, segregation, and those are over, but, you know, some people are still going to be prejudiced, too. - When I was applying to colleges and things like that, I was hearing a lot from other people, "Oh, you'll get into anywhere. Don't worry. You're Mexican." Because of affirmative action. Like, it's that easy, that because there's an affirmative action program, I'm bound to get in anywhere? It's like, are you kidding me? I had a 4.8 GPA in high school. I did not get in here because of a government program. - Every minority at some point in their life will face this racism. For example, me. Literally a month ago, I got pulled over for no reason. I was like, "So officer, you know, just out of respect, why did you pull me over?" And he goes, "We saw you pull out of the--" There's this little town center. He's like, "We saw you pull out of that really fast." And I was like, "First of all, I wasn't even in the town center. I was across the town center at Chase bank." And he just looks at me, and I'm like, "So what was your reason to pull me over?" And he's like, "Have a good day, sir," and he walks away. Three cops. Why? Why? You know? Why? It just doesn't make sense and people wonder, you know, why is this such an important topic, this and that? Because it's reality. - In LA, a lot of people would think that because we're so multi-cultural that racism isn't here, but it's always here.