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  • I would suggest that teachers show their students concrete examples of the negative effects of the actions that gangsta rappers glorify.
    (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar)
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  • I don't think any gay dude is gangsta, period.
    (Method Man)
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  • Right now he's desperate. He should be talking about me, not 'Eminem' and ['Dr. Dre' ] and everybody else. He'll lose, he knows that. The route that he has to take is the "I'm a mad gangsta" hardcore route, and ain't nobody gonna believe him. [On his feud with rapper 'Ja Rule' ]
    (50 Cent)
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  • But, Eminem... No, I've loved rap for a long time, especially when it got out of its first period and became this gangsta rap, ya know this heavy rap thing? That's when I started to fall in love with it. I loved the lyrics. I loved the beat.
    (Alan Vega)
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  • Gangsta rap often reaches higher than its ugliest, lowest common denominator, misogyny, violence, materialism and sexual transgression are not its exclusive domain. At its best, this music draws attention to complex dimensions of ghetto life ignored by most Americans. Indeed, gangsta rap's in-your-face style may do more to force America to confront crucial social problems than a million sermons or political speeches.
    (Michael Dyson)
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  • I'm in prison. But my heart and mind is free. Gangsta haters on the streets are doing more time than me. They need 30 police escorts with them every time they walk down the street.
    (Suge Knight)
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  • To me, the 90's signaled the end of glam rock, the beginning of gangsta rap, and hopefully the beginning and end of boy bands.
    (Shane West)
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  • It's a groundbreaking song. There were never tracks like that in hip-hop, I should say, history before. It's all about me. It's so, like, strings and it's so freaking gangsta at the same time. It's how I wanted to come out.
    (Miri Ben-Ari)
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