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VLAD TV | Lord Jamar: J Cole’s “Fire Squad” Cosigns My White Hip Hop Views
Lord Jamar spoke about the impact of J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” song in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.
Lord Jamar believes that J. Cole basically cosigned everything that he’s been saying in his previous VladTV interviews about White people being “guests in the house of Hip Hop.” He then spoke about how the emergence of Elvis was “a dream for the machine” in order to have the ability to sell “Black sh*t through White people.” Jamar believes that this is the same mentality that is occurring in today’s society.