Christian Rapper Bizzle Responds To Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love"

posted Thursday January 30 ,2014 at 08:30PM CST | 200 comments

Christian Rapper Bizzle Responds To Macklemore & Ryan Lewis'

Bizzle takes issue with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis comparing the LGBT struggle to the Black struggle.

Macklemore's presence at the Grammy Awards certainly ruffled numerous artists and fans' feathers, many of whom thought Kendrick Lamar was more deserving of critical acclaim than Macklemore.

However, Christian rapper Bizzle has a different bone to pick with the duo.

Bizzle released "Same Love," a response track to the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis track of the same name, calling out the duo for comparing the LGBT struggle to the Black struggle.

"You rather fight God than fight sin / The Bible is alright until it calls what you like sin / And I feel so disrespected that you were so desperate / You would compare your sexual habits to my skin / Calling it 'the new black?' Tell me, where they do that? / They hung us like tree ornaments, where were you at? / They burned us for entertainment, you go through that?"

Listen to the song below (spotted at Bossip):

Bizzle joins Lord Jamar among artists who believe that Macklemore is trying to push a "gay agenda" that does not belong in Hip Hop.

However, some artists, such as Saigon, believe that a person's sexual preference is their own business.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performed "Same Love" at the Grammy Awards this week, in a performance during which 33 couples were married on-air.

RELATED: Bizzle f. Jin - "Forgive Me [Prod. Boi-1da]"

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  • Free2Speak
    I really think this whole gay thing is blown way too out of proportion. Everyone has their opinions and if you are not in the majority opinion you are a bigot, homophobic, etc. SO... Who cares what you call us. Who cares if u don't like me. Who cares if you don't like my opinion. What are you going to do about it. NOTHING. Nothing but run to someone else and gripe. What if it was common in the dissenting view to call the majority homo lovers, rainbow sliders, etc. You would like it too much, would you? I stand for my belief that marriage originated from the bible and it was intended for a man and woman. There is no changing the bible for your cause so two men and two women can't enjoy that union. If you don't believe in the bible, then you shouldn't believe in marriage either, since thats where it comes from. Now if they want society recognition, then thats another thing and I have no problem with that, as we all have a right to freedom of expression. Just don't compare their union with a godly union. Its a direct contradiction. I don't care what you write about my post. This is my opinion. DEAL WITH IT.
  • Namaste Anam
    I have an social experiment to challenge your beliefs. (1) Please read Timothy Kurek's book, "Jesus in Drag". Story about a homophobic straight man who takes the label as a gay man for a year to understand what gay men go through. (2) Pick a habitual sin that everybody is guilty of. I would pick lying. Everybody at some point lies to themselves, their children, their spouses or somebody for some reason or another. People do it to make them feel "holier than thou", better than others, or get people to do things they deem is right. For a year, I want you to have a buddy who belittles you, bullies you, makes fun of you, encourages others to do the same for lying. Lying is a sin, and equally, you will go to hell for it. Doesn't matter if it's a white lie or a lie by omission. That person must make your life miserable 24/7, every second, every minute, every day, 365 days of the year when you're at home, at work, at play, on vacation - everywhere you go. Maybe they can withdraw affection, or something everyone has an intrinsic right to like eating. And you must likewise, abstain from something like eating if you lie. You should feel they are right for hurting you when you lie and when you abstain from eating to the point of malnutrition, is right and okay because if you lie, you don't deserve food. That should be your belief and thinking. If they choose to be physical and beat you up for lying, don't report to the police even if you land in the hospital because no crime took place. The meaner their comments to the point that you hate yourself, cry yourself to sleep pretty much every single night, make you not want to be around them the better. The more unsafe you feel around them the better too. This buddy must make you feel worthless, sub-human, undeserving of peace, joy or happiness every second, every minute, every day, every month - 365 days of a year 24/7 reminding you how evil/an abomination you are for lying worthless excuse of a human being every single time you think about a lie, considering lying, actually lying, covering up your lie, etc. They have to make you feel guilty all the time that you lie and if they can be hateful or make you hate yourself for lying, so much the better. If what they do makes you want to kill yourself, they should encourage it and egg you on. They must also produced media materials that elevate honest people on tv, magazines, books, articles, etc and rams it down your throat all the time on a daily basis to show you how sinful, wrong and bad you are for lying. 3. I want you to elevate honest people to the point like they are omniscient, omnipotent and god-like perfection who for that trait along, pretty much can do no wrong. Only honest people deserve to be happy and eat food, for example without limitations or restraint. 4. Please read accounts of hate crimes that resulted in death/murder and personally talk to their parents. Try to put yourself in their shoes imagine their parent's pain of losing a son/daughter and the victim's pain while they were being hurt and brutally murdered by Christians who think they are not committing any crime. 5. Record all your observations, findings and experience. Give a detailed report of your experience. Not everybody who is a Christian believes the way you do. Not everybody is a Christian. Freedom to practice religion extends to non-Christians too. Freedom to practice personal beliefs extends to atheists as well. Even if you are right, and homosexuality is a sin, who gives you the right to cast stones and preach your beliefs ram it down people's throats saying it without love at all and think people will be receptive to your message? Where is your empathy? Where is your kindness and compassion? Where is your love that you Christians are "known so much for?"
    • Namaste Anam
      oops, sorry. * sorry for misspellings. Did not check my post before sending it and I can't edit it. *produce instead of producing etc. misspelling is little my thought and idea is there Also, I wanted to add, you must believe that only honest people are good people. If you lie even once, you are no longer a good person. Children must be kept away from you. Parents must not love you unless you are 100% honest or never tell a lie ever again. Friends must cease to be your friend if you ever lied. You have to be the butt of everybody's jokes if you are a liar or have lied in your life. You must either conform/repent and be honest forever 100% of the time to receive love or food.
    • Truthbeentold
      I'm sorry... but your social experiment makes absolutely no sense. "Not everybody who is a Christian believes the way you do. Not everybody is a Christian. Freedom to practice religion extends to non-Christians too. Freedom to practice personal beliefs extends to atheists as well. Even if you are right, and homosexuality is a sin, who gives you the right to cast stones and preach your beliefs ram it down people's throats saying it without love at all and think people will be receptive to your message? Where is your empathy? Where is your kindness and compassion? Where is your love that you Christians are "known so much for?"" Where exactly is all of that coming from? Are they assumptions about the beliefs and feelings of Christians? Can you look back, objectively, at your comments and understand how you fit the intolerant position Bizzle shows via his song and website (letthetolerancebegin.com)? No... not everyone is a Christian. Actually very, very few people are. And those who are are keenly aware of the fact that freedom of religion and belief extends to everyone. We, as those Christians, know that God gave us free will, and that it's not our place to take it away from other people. We're ambassadors and our home is not of this world and we know we will be hated by the world (John 15:19). We're just here to follow the commandments given to us (Romans 13:8-10, Matthew 22:37-39) and spread the Gospel. We know that regardless of what we say, the world's going to descend into what's described in Romans 1:26-32. We're just trying to help get those receptive to the message saved giving them the Gospel and helping them through fellowship until our time ends here. We know that all 50 states in the US, and even the world could very well legalize things like sodomite marriage and we're okay with that because it's expected as we have been told the future and comforted by the words "see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass" (Matthew 24:6). We know, however, that despite all of that happening, we must stand against it in belief and action - we must let people choose what they're going to do by personal decisions, voting and government action but we must not agree with it or accept that it is anything other than sin. We must separate ourselves instead, and make sure we're not unequally yoked with unbelievers (2 Cor 6:14-18). So a much better question is "who gives people the right to throw stones and preach their beliefs, ramming it down Christians' throats and saying it without the love and tolerance the pro-LGBTQIA community is supposedly known for?" Where, Namaste, is YOUR love and compassion, that you can't understand and empathize with what Christians have to go through? Why do Christians have to compromise their morality to appease you or others who don't even want to be tolerant of us? Why do we have to have sodomite marriage in our churches? Why can't we protest peacefully next to pro-LGBTQIA groups without having our crosses stomped on? Why do our businesses have to aid in the promotion of LGBTQIA? Why aren't we allowed a voice, even when we're peaceful? Why don't we have freedom of speech? Why, even when we give our message (we're told to spread the Gospel by the Bible, after all) with love and empathy, much like Bizzle did, are we considered hateful bigots just for non-violently disagreeing with the practice of homosexuality? Why must we receive death threats for it? And where is our kindness and compassion and love, you ask? It's shown by the fact that we share the Gospel with you in the first place. To let the world go to Hell without trying to warn them is the true act of hate. Not telling them with hopes that they'll repent and see the truth of the Gospel message. Bizzle's song, for example, was full of kindness, compassion, love and empathy. He had his more upset moments, sure, but they weren't Bible-related. They were related to the fact that as a Black man, it IS insulting to compare what's going on now to what Blacks went through. They are NOT the same fight. Homosexuals being upset over not being able to have their union named what they want it to be named is NOT the same as Black people simply asking for the basic right to live and mind their own business without being hassled, forcefully rounded up and sold as chattel, tortured, murdered, raped, having a cross burnt on their lawn or having their children kidnapped. But when it came to the Bible and speaking of sin, Bizzle handled it well, with love, respect and a good deal of empathy and hope.
  • ADC
    I'm 100% in support of Bizzle's song and its message. I'm tired of this gay media agenda being forced on everybody. Enough. And the comparison of the "gay struggle" to the civil rights struggle of the past is completely offensive. They don't equate. Black folks don't have a closet to hide in when it's convenient. Just stop.
  • It's not that hard
    It always amazes me when I see a black person quoting the bible in defense of bigotry against gays when the same book condoned slavery. I'm sure this cat cherry picked which "sins" to be against and I wouldn't be surprised if they matched his own personal biases. Leviticus also says that having tattoos, eating shellfish and wearing clothing made of mixed fabrics is a sin too. Why isn't he railing on about that? One would have to be pretty ignorant to compare being gay to being a pedophile or a person who has sex with animals. Gay people consent to their sex like heterosexual couples do. Pedophiles take advantage of children who can offer no consent and people who have sex with animals also do not receive consent (animals can't consent). It blows my mind that people are warped enough to see these as the same thing. One would also need to be ignorant not to see the obvious parallels between the civil rights movement of the 60's and those of today for gays. Many of the same bullshit arguments used today were used in the 60's. Was there a time in American history where gays were kept as slaves? No. But gays are continuously harassed, mistreated, beaten, and even killed for their sexual orientation. (And contrary to what you've heard, sexual orientation isn't a choice. No one chooses to be gay or straight. They just are. Do you think someone would choose a life where they would be marginalized?) There is no set amount of suffering a people needs to endure before they are allowed to stand up and demand equal rights, so it's laughable to hear that gays can't have civil rights because their lives were not as hard as blacks. That's like a jew saying that blacks shouldn't have civil rights because they were never forced into gas chambers and ovens by the millions. It never ceases to amaze me when bible thumpers toss out all of the teachings of love and compassion that Jesus toss and instead use the bible as a weapon against those who are different.
    • Sarah Ann
      I agree with much of your argument, but actually, it would be like blacks saying jews shouldn't have civil rights, because they were only in a Holocaust for 20 years and only 6 million were mass murdered, whereas blacks were in a Holocaust for 500 years and 113 million were mass murdered. As I mentioned, I do agree with much of your point. However, I do think it's disrespectful to compare gay rights as being the *same* as horrendous acts of lynching, and discrimination... when you can tell just by looking at someone if they are black. Black people were never able to "come out of the closet" and there were no "gay slaves" or "gay restrooms" and that's a slap in the face to hundreds of millions that died to compare it as such. Besides that I agree with everything else, gay people are humans like everyone else and should have EQUAL rights as every human in the world should, regardless of their label in society.
    • Truthbeentold
      "It always amazes me when I see a black person quoting the bible in defense of bigotry against gays when the same book condoned slavery." - You're saying that because of a lack of context. " I'm sure this cat cherry picked which "sins" to be against and I wouldn't be surprised if they matched his own personal biases. Leviticus also says that having tattoos, eating shellfish and wearing clothing made of mixed fabrics is a sin too. Why isn't he railing on about that?" - Likely because he knows his Bible, which, in and of itself, clearly tells the reader that what you said doesn't apply to Christians... since what you're speaking of was given to Jews. "One would have to be pretty ignorant to compare being gay to being a pedophile or a person who has sex with animals. Gay people consent to their sex like heterosexual couples do. Pedophiles take advantage of children who can offer no consent and people who have sex with animals also do not receive consent (animals can't consent). It blows my mind that people are warped enough to see these as the same thing." - That's quite the assumption about children when there's a perpetual push going on to make the claim that children are mature enough to choose their sexual orientations in elementary school. Children can't offer consent? Have you ever attended school before? Children are already having consensual sex with each other nowadays. And what's the issue with everyone claiming animals don't consent to anything? Does anyone watch the Animal Planet anymore? Animals have sex all the time. lol It blows MY mind that people go out of their ways to assume they know what children and animals think and feel, only to make conclusions that take away their consent and are the complete opposite in nature of what children and animals actually choose to do on a daily basis. "One would also need to be ignorant not to see the obvious parallels between the civil rights movement of the 60's and those of today for gays." - One would need to be ignorant to think they're similar. You say people just ARE gay or straight. But regardless of whether or not that's true, they can CHOOSE whether or not to display that to the world. Black people have no convenient closet they can step into when they've decided they don't want to be treated like a Black person today. They can't go somewhere and have their race not be noticed simply because they're silent, like homosexuals can if they choose not to let others know. They don't carry a label they can't remove on their foreheads for everyone to understand that they are gay from the moment they set eyes on them. It is, therefore, an insult to compare what open homosexuals go through to what People of Color go through for the sole reason of their being the race that they are. "Do you think someone would choose a life where they would be marginalized?" - I know quite a few actually. Those who want to "break new ground" or make huge changes to the world, or simply those who enjoy drama and prefer "not to conform" - there's a reason why that's a teenage stereotype lol "It never ceases to amaze me when bible thumpers toss out all of the teachings of love and compassion that Jesus toss and instead use the bible as a weapon against those who are different." - It never ceases to amaze me when people cherry pick those verses the same way they claim Christians do with the other verses, just because they feel Christians are being too judgmental. Christians are supposed to have love and compassion for their neighbors, sure (Matthew 22:36-40), but they're not to compromise with evil. They're to spread the good news of the Gospel with those that, by Biblical definition, are lost, but are not to be unequally yoked with unbelievers (2 Cor. 6:14-18). Jesus makes it QUITE clear that He didn't come to bring peace to earth but to bring a sword and cause division (Luke 12:51-53). Are those verses you've chosen to toss out?
  • Ivy
    That word was 'struggle'. (Was typing to fast!)
  • Ivy
    struggle
  • Ivy
    I am so happy that finally a Real Christian took a stance on what is right!!! You can never compare gay rights to civil rights!!!! Are you serious?! I understand that innocent people may have died from being gay, but do you really want to compare dead body counts. My people was not allowed to go to school, forced to be segregated, and put into slavery for being a certain skin color!!! And you want to make comparisons?! I understand it is a stubble, but you still have a choice. It may be a difficult choice, but it is still a choice.
    • rednapkin
      Sarah ann,your 2 main points are contradicting... the first agrees that feeling disrespected because of the comparison of struggle between 'blacks' and 'gays'is unnecessary then you say comparing 'blacks' to 'gays' is disrespectful if it isn't equal nice attempt at trying to steal someones thunder though I think the comparisons point is fair as both struggle with being seen by society as below others. This could be the beginning as the discrimination for gays could remain long into the foreseeable future, in 100s of years to come gays might face a harsher existence on earth, people might be arguing in the year 3000 about how millions of gays were murdered and discriminated against for their sexual orientation and that neither jews or blacks have suffered as much..... an endless cycle of bullshit if you ask me...
  • Sadie
    I guess this guy has good intentions but I really don't think he understands homosexuality and you shouldn't write a song bashing something that you don't understand. Also, he claims that people hate on people who are anti-gay. Sticking up for others does not make you a hater.
    • Ivy
      You don't need to understand homosexuality, all you need to do is understand sin. It is a sin and we all struggle with it. Real Christians just don't like people to make it seem like its ok to homosexual. If all sin is the same then why is it that everyone can agree to come against killing, adultery, or any other sin, but don't want to touch homosexuality. Wrong is wrong. No one is picking on them, just don't come against my God and what he called sin.
  • Big Bang
    Its funny how you nerds come on here and act like black people ain't gay too. White trash coming on here acting like black people are so homophobic. So we are the only ones homophobic in the world. Like if the jail system isn't filled with blacks and Hispanics surrounded by dicks all day. I guess white people are the only ones born gay. Someone said it earlier on this article, this site ain't for the real hip hop fans. Its for the weirdos. Nerds, Fags and Wiggers. You Fags waited for Macklemore(someone who isn't even gay) to come out with a song and now all of a sudden you queers start coming out the blue with yall gay pride. Funny.
    • Ivy
      No one is saying that some black people are not gay. We are addressing the fact that homosexuals compare fighting for gay rights as if it was the same as fighting for civil rights and it clearly is not. There are no similarities what so ever. Know what you are talking about before you speak.
  • Big Bang
    I was in a lounge/club the other day,(Friday actually) and I holla at some girl. I guess she got her girlfriend with her. Her ugly ass Girlfriend start talking all this Gay shit "that's my girl". Im her man. I asked her how you her man do you got what I got. Bitch talking about I got all kinds of dicks in all colors and all sizes. Ugly bitch going on ranting I been stop talking about it. I then tell the other girl she can do better. As I'm passing the two girls, the girl I tried to holla at pulling my shirt telling me to come back to talk to her while her so called girlfriend was right there. Of course she was being sneaky. I left it alone cause the other girl(ugly gay chick) was going on talking about how guys is so disrespectful. She right tho guys don't respect girls with other girls and we feel we can take them. Point of my story is, some of these bitches is confused and don't know what they want. And the ugly girl wasn't a Dike bitch, she was just dumb wack and on the chunky side. But if I wanted I could have took that bitch from here if I wanted to. Another story(I will be short) I holla at one bitch and she tells me she scared to mess with Men because guys hurt feelings and make her cry. Females she don't care for they can't hurt her little feelings. Basically its a lot of confused mothers out here. Don't let the media with their gay views impact how you feel.
  • Hay Faggot
    I hate when gay people act like they went thru struggle. Just because you got teased when you were in school for being a homo and contemplated suicide doesn't mean you been thru anything. Also people been Gay since Christ was born. Most of those people got burnt by the Gods. You Gay people ain't never been thru shit. I don't understand the so called movement you people try and push on the society. I don't hate Gay people cause they gay, I hate gay people cause they act like they been thru some kind of struggle. Everyone knows most of the industry is gay and its been like that for a while. Don't nobody care bout yall like that. Nobody want's to here yall gay story. On another note, this Christian rappers spit some bars.
  • Anonymous
    Bars this Christian rapper just spit.
  • alonzo Cantu
    Dude is a great lyricist. This song has some really great bars. Solid track. Dude picked a pretty perfect time tho to come against Macklemore, using his own song to get his recognition. If he is thinks Macklemore is wrong, then why not have God make him his own beat? All respect to this dude's lyrical prowess, it's very impressive. It's hypocritical to use some other dude's music to push his own agenda, especially when he doesn't agree with you, and definitely when you don't agree with him. Christians need to stay in their own lane, create amazing music from the ground up. I'm tired of "christian rappers" jumping on "illuminati music" to promote their own "christian agenda" or "god's agenda". Bible might have been written by a higher power, but it was edited by men with their own agenda.
    • Ivy
      The point of using Macklemore's beat is to use his own sound against him. Bizzle does not need his beat, He used to to make people aware of which song he was coming against. He is very well in his lane. His job is to come against sin and thats exactly what he did. Trust, no True Christian would use a Macklemore's beat to get ahead!
  • Aaron
    Tell the families of young kids who'd been bullied to the point of suicide (or of course murdered) just because of their sexuality that their innocent young kids made a choice to be gay. Just don't be surprised if they don't react positively. Comparing homosexuality to pedophilia is so wrong and so irresponsible - fans of Bizzle, haters of Mackmore's song etc. are going to swallow that crap and run with it, but they aren't the same thing. This Bizzle accuses us of being wrong comparing the gay struggle with the black struggle (like it or not, there are parallels). Comparing consenting gay adults to pedophiles is even more wrong. I'm not saying all Christians are bad, but the ones that are saying being gay is a choice need to put the shoe on the other foot for a second. Did they choose to be straight? Did they ever question why they had feelings for girls (or guys in the case of hetero females) as they grew up, or was it natural to them? I can say first-hand, growing up in a very strict Christian religion myself it would've been a million times easier to be straight, but lol. It's not a choice. To hetero Christians I say, exercise a bit of common sense and compassion. For the compassion part, why should you judge us for not choosing to follow your religion which would deny us the right to relationships that you take for granted each day? Oops, there'll be a million comments like this, not just here but all articles and videos related to this topic and I probably just wasted a whole lot of time writing this, but whatever :p.
    • Ivy
      It is no comparison! You can choose to not be gay, a person cannot change the color of their skin!
    • Blevins
      He didn't say it was a choice. He said it's a choice to act on it, just like any sin. I am attracted to women, I was "born that way" but it is a choice not to sleep around, commit adultery, etc. I was born to lie, be selfish, have unrighteous anger, but I have to choose to do all those things. Just like homosexual desire. You may not be able to control the feelings, you can control how you respond to them.
  • Dan
    People understand what he is saying. His message is about turning from sin and being born again in Christ. you will not understand your need for Christ until you understand what sin is. People cannot make you understand sin, only God can. All we can do is plant a seed (like this song) and pray that the spirit moves through the person. Weather struggling with homosexuality, lust or idolatry sin is sin, but Christ is ready at any moment to save you from that sin and being new life to you. I would know I am a believer that struggles with homosexuality, but Christ is worth much more than my sexual desires. And people will not get or understand this unless the spirit of God convicts you and shows you your sin. God bless.
  • Christie Yerby
    You asked the question "It angers you if I compare you to a pedophile, because he's sick, right, and you're better, how?" so I hope you were expecting a response from listeners. Here's mine: Pedophiles victimize children, the majority of gay men and women (just as the majority of straight people) DO NOT. Which makes your comparison SLANDEROUS. Wait! Wasn't "slanderous" a descriptor in your song used to describe the evildoers who describe themselves as righteous? Interesting.
  • John
    Dear Bizzle. I think you should remember what Dr. Martin Luther King taught. Matthew Sheppard did nothing wrong and he was beaten and strung up to die. How many gay people need to be strung up to die? One too many black people died this way and so this is the same struggle. Whites used religion to kill black people. I don't care that you do not understand the life of others but I do ask that you think about Dr. Martin Luther King's message. I'm sorry that you are angry with everything but please do not say it's not the same struggle.
    • Ivy
      It is not the same struggle!!! You can choose not to be gay, we can not chose the color of our sin!!! Never compare gay rights to civil rights!!!!
    • Anonymous
      you can't choose to be gay. You're born with it.
    • Blevins
      He isn't saying you can choose or not choose to be gay. He is saying you can choose not to allow it to control your actions. I am straight yet I can choose not to have sex. When you are black, it doesn't affect your actions or desire and you can't hide it. It's not the same thing. Once is inherent to you and the other is something you do.
  • Mike
    Support Bizzle! GOM. God Bless everyone!
  • Mark
    Your rap says I can fake being straight. You can't fake being black. So with you, they have proof that they are wrong. With me, they don't.
  • uwillhateme
    Discrimination against any group that is different from you is injustice. If that particular group is not out hurting people or people in the community why not allow them all equality. Black folks should of all people know about being discriminated against. As a black person I don't understand how we as black folks can hate so much on the gay community when they too are being treated as if they are 2nd class citizens. MLK wasn't around marching for "black civil rights" he was marching and fighting for all rights. Black people can't just take a movement and make it their own. We as black folks should focus on all the things that are killing our community.
  • Anonymous
    They hung us like tree ornaments, where were you at? / They burned us for entertainment, you go through that?" Did Bizzle go though that ? hell no bitch ass nigga...
    • m.black
      Only muthafuckin genre I see gettin that gay shit pushed on it is hip hop. Why I ain't seein no country, latino or rock artists come out with a song about homo love last year??? Oh that's right, because my people went through that...So now today they use us and our genre of music to push whatever they feel is appropriate. You ain't got to be from the 60's to feel the racism that still exist alive and well here today...
  • Mo_in_VA
    So the folks being marginalized are turning on each other. One-ups-manship on whose experience was more horrific. Just what they want.
  • Anonymous
    Macklemore going to hell.
    • Anonymous
      says who? LOL the bible? do you drink your own piss like the bible says to do? did you have pre marital sex? LOL loser virgin
  • damnhiphopdx
    we are all visitors on this planet anyway,,,,da fuck you gon do!
  • damnhiphopdx
    let he without sin cast the first stone!,,,,,,