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Chamillionaire has responded to critics who came at him for helping a deported man’s family.

The Texas rapper offered some finacial assistant to the family of Jorge Garcia. Garcia was recently deported to Mexico after living in the United States for most of his life. He has a wife and kids who he left behind and they are in need of financial assistance and that’s where the rapper stepped in. Social media has become a place to attack individuals these days and Chamillionaire got a taste of that backlash this week.

You would think that what he did was a good cause and one hundred percent I think he should have been getting praise for it, but some folks are accusing him of helping an outsider. The Houston native has since posted a video responding to the backlash. “A lot of people are hitting me saying, ‘I’m proud of you for wanting to help an immigrant family in their time of need’ but I a lot of people are hitting saying, ‘I don’t understand why a black man would want to help Mexicans’ and nonsense like, ‘They don’t do nothing for us black people need to help black people’” Chamillionaire said.

“I’m sorry you feel that way, but I’m from Texas. I know a lot of y’all have been led to believe the toxic narrative that Mexicans are doing this and Mexicans are doing that like they aren’t valuable contributors to our economy,” the “Ridin’ (Dirty)” rapper added.

TSR STAFF: Talia O. @theclosetratchet _______________________________________ Rapper #Chamillionaire has been quietly working to connect with the family of #JorgeGarcia. Thanks to the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration, he was recently deported back to Mexico after living in the U.S. for thirty years with no criminal record. Jorge has also spent close to $125,000 on legal costs in efforts to get himself legalized since 2005 to no avail. _______________________________________ The man's story gained traction thanks to Detroit Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo. Chamillionaire wanted to reach out to the Garcia family so that he could assist with their finances in Jorge's absence. Unfortunately the rapper has received backlash for "not helping his own." He took to Instagram last night where he reminded people that he is a product of immigrants and criticized them for trying to diminish the role of immigrants in the United States. _______________________________________ "A lot of people are hitting me saying, 'I'm proud of you for wanting to help an immigrant family in their time of need,' but I a lot of people are hitting saying, 'I don't understand why a Black man would want to help Mexicans' and nonsense like, 'They don't do nothing for us! Black people need to help Black people!'" Chamillionaire began. _______________________________________ "I'm sorry you feel that way, but I'm from Texas. I know a lot of y'all have been led to believe the toxic narrative that Mexicans are doing this and Mexicans are doing that like they aren't valuable contributors to our economy and our society." The rapper went on to tell some little known facts about how his biggest record "Ridin' (Dirty)" was launched to success with the help of close—(View more at TheShadeRoom.Com!) ?: @chamillionaire

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(Chorus)
Tell you this
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Drop it low and touch the ground
Tell the DJ turn up the sound
Love the way how you wine that waist
Love the way how you wine that waist
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Take it girl and run the place

(Verse 1)
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You know that its going down
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You get a new man
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Baby girl mi waan’ take you off the street
Mi a go make you tear your bed sheet
Turst me me girl i am a good fit

(Chorus)
Gonna make you
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
Drop it low and touch the ground
Tell the DJ turn up the sound
Love the way how you whine that waist
Love the way how you whine that waist
Suck it girl and run the place
Take it girl and run the place

I know where we can go
Follow me girl
You know that its going down
Its going down girl

(Verse 2)
Gyal your body look good
Love how u doing it , you ever stay doin it
Gyall you are run good
Nuff a dem hate you and dem a try
Trouble anywhere you go
Dem a try steady but dem dont have doing it
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When dem lookin inna benz gyal u doing it

What a body hot , what a body neat
Baby girl mi wann’ take you off the street
Me a go make you tear your bed sheet
Turst me me girl i am a good fit

(Chorus)
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
Drop it low and touch the ground
Tell the DJ turn up the sound
Love the way how you whine that waist
Love the way how you whine that waist
Suck it girl and run the place
Take it girl and run the place

I know where we can go
Follow me girl
You know that its going down
Its going down girl
Girl your body look good
Love how doing it

(Bridge)
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
It’s going down girl
Spin it girl and turn it ’round
It’s going down girl

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(Verse 1)
Oh my God he’s ropin’
That’s dope
Chi Ching Ching teaching ropin’
Ropin’ in the open
Rope dem in, rope them up
Rope far from gravel
Back inna stable
It’s a burning fable
It’s not the end of the road
Nor the end of the world

(Chorus)
It’s the end of the rope, mek me teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Gyal them see di rope and deh say that’s the hope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Whole street a rope and that’s no joke

(Verse 2)
The whole place a rope now
Stwing yuh han’ over yuh head hold yuh hip now
Dem a duh it, like say dem dip now
Jus watch how the rope ago hit now
Ropin’ in the open
Rope dem from country
rope dem from town
Mr. Wakki invent it and mi take it roun’ di town
Everybody waan buy rope by the poun’
Oh My God he’s ropin’

(Chorus)

(Verse 3)
Mi see Canada a rope to (rope up)
England a rope to (rope in)
Germany dem a rope to (rope up, rope up)
Slovakia a rope to (a di end ah the rope)
Mi see Famous a rope to (everybody do it)
Sweden a rope to (chi Ching)
Jamaica a rope to (bup bup)
Now Japan

(Chorus)

(Oustro)
rope, rope, rope, rope up
Everybody safe cause wi deh a di end of the rope
It’s not the end of the world
Rope
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Dutty Rock promotion
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Upcoming rappers should pay attention and take note.

Rapper 6ix9ine, aka Tekashi69, decided that he is a big enough rapper to stage dive and it turns out to be a big mistake. The New York rapper currently has a couple songs bubbling on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and figured its full time his fans treat him with more respect. He decided to prove his point recently at one of his concerts when he ran and dived into the crowd.

Unfortunately for 6ix9ine, his fans don’t think he is big enough to crowd surf so everyone quickly got out of the way leaving the hard concrete for him to surf on. Fortunately for him though, there weren’t any broken bones and it seems none of his fans got hurt in the process or else he could risk some more legal troubles. Tekashi69 already has a serious sexual misconduct case in New York pending where he could face years in prison if found guilty.

6ix9ine recently confirmed that he has a new single in the works with Lil Yachty and he is also working on his upcoming debut album. His new single “Kooda” is also doing well among his young fans.

Gangsta rapper #tekashi69 thought his career was popping enough to dive in the crowd and crowd surf… unfortunately.. the crowd disagreed and parted like the Red Sea for him to fall to the floor.

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When the Philadelphia Eagles secured their spot in the Super Bowl, Meek Mill song “Dreams & Nightmares” became an instant team anthem.

The Philly rapper, who is currently serving 2-4 years in prison, has shared his reaction from behind bars after watching the players turn up to his classic single. The players were turning up to the single from on the field to the locker room and even in the parking lot. You can get a glimpse of what went down in the video clips below.

“It really lifted my spirit to hear the team rally around my songs because that’s why I make music–to inspire others and bring people together,” Meek Mill said in a statement via Bleacher Report. “The Eagles have also motivated me with the way they’ve overcome tough situations and injuries to succeed this year.”

The theme of the song fits right into the narrative of how Philadelphia Eagles overcome all odds to make it to the Super Bowl. “I used to pray for times like this, to rhyme like this / So I had to grind like that to shine like this / In a matter of time I spent on some locked up sh** / In the back of the paddy wagon, cuffs locked on wrists / See my dreams unfold, nightmares come true,” Meek Mill raps.

Meek Mill himself has overcome insurmountable odds to become one of the most recognized names in hip hop today. The MMG rapper has been behind bars since November last year for probation violation. He was sentenced to up to 4 years in prison and that sparked a national outcry with some celebrities like JAY-Z calling the judge sentencing heavy-handed. Meek’s legal team has been actively trying to secure his freedom but so far the judge has not budged and even denied a new request for bail.

#Repost @angiemartinez i love this!!! and yo, this is exactly why u should never write @meekmill off. He’s a special one man. when u can make music that connects to ppl’s soul like this… its bigger than the bullshit. #FreeMeek lotta ppl out here prayin for u kid. ?? oh…. and congrats #Philly! ??

A post shared by Meek Mill (@meekmill) on Jan 22, 2018 at 5:32am PST

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