New Video: T.I. Ft Chris Brown “Get Back Up,” Plus Don Bleek Speaks On T.I.’s Legal Issues

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The self-proclaimed¬†“King Of The South” just released the official video to “Get Back Up” Ft. Chris Brown. The track is featured on Tip’s highly anticipated new album No Mercy, in stores and online December 7th. The album feature appearances¬†from Eminem, Kanye West, Christina Aguilera, The-Dream and more. Peep the video below; also listen to the lyrics.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9qZz-m6BL4]

Okay, now if you have been following my blog, you probably realized that I didn’t post anything about T.I.’s drug charge or prison sentence. I decided not to post anything about Tip’s legal issues because I felt like he was already facing so much negativity¬†and bad press from the media; most importantly, I wanted to respect his lovely wife Tiny and their families. After T.I. apologized for his wrongs on several¬†occasions and accepted full responsiblity for his actions, people are still talking bad about him. At the end of the day, T.I. is only human just like the rest of us. Every time a celebrity make a mistake, it’s the worse f**king thing in the world.

Say what you want to say about me and you can disagree with me all you want, but I think race played a major role in T.I. and Tiny being pulled over that night in L.A.¬† as well as him going back to prison. Let’s not forgot that Lindsay Lohan¬†and Paris Hilton were both arrested on drug charges around the same time T.I. was, and they were on probation just like T.I.¬† was; the judge did not send them to jail.¬†Lindsay went to rehab¬†and Paris got her probation extended. If White rapper Eminen¬†would have been pulled over in L.A. that night instead of T.I., he would not be sentence to 11 months in jail.

When will racism end; will it ever end?

The judicial system does not care for Blacks and Latinos males in a RACIST country called America.

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Donovan is the CEO and Editor-In-Chief of www.dmfashionbook.com. For all general inquiries please email don@dmfashionbook.com Donovan has a BA in Journalism & Media Studies from the prestigious Rutgers University. He's currently studying entertainment and fashion law.

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