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One Response to “hip hop portrayal women bling bet nelly tip”

  1. Windy Wearrien says:

    I think your message was clouded with the fact you decided to throw Christian hip-hop under the bus. It’s hard for me to understand what you are trying to get at when you’re underline statement is Christian hip-hop is a failure. Using that as “shock value” seemed to kill the message you was trying to get across. I believe this too is a problem in the Body of Christ. What we try to do to get a wider audience polutes our very message. Like when Christian artis collab with secular artist, thinking this is a way to “reach” more people. With in fact it sends a mixed message of who God is and what He stands for. How would Jesus been able to point our the flaws of the pharisees if He decided to be an “official” high priest and roll with them?

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