[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Prince will be performing a concert calling for peace in Baltimore following the violent riots throughout the city after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody on February 19. He recorded a special song entitled Baltimore for the occasion. Sounds innocent enough and quite altruistic. But, when you listen to the lyrics of the song, you realize that Prince is intertwining proven lies about the Michael Brown case with the case of Freddie Gray as he calls for everyone, and I do mean everyone, to be disarmed.
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]You can listen to the audio of the song on SoundCloud, however you may not want to sit through an over 4 minute attack on the Second Amendment wrapped up as artistry. So, to spare you, here are the lyrics as provided by Fox 9.
lyrics by Prince
NPG RECORDS, copyright 2015
NOBODY GOT IN NOBODY’S WAY
SO EYE GUESS U COULD SAY
IT WAS A GOOD DAY
AT LEAST A LITTLE BETTER THAN THE DAY IN BALTIMORE
DOES ANYBODY HEAR US PRAY?
4 MICHAEL BROWN OR FREDDIE GRAY PEACE IS MORE THAN THE ABSENCE OF WAR
ABSENCE OF WAR
R WE GONNA C ANOTHER BLOODY DAY?
WE’RE TIRED OF CRYIN’ & PEOPLE DYIN’
LET’S TAKE ALL THE GUNS AWAY
ABSENCE OF WAR- U AND ME
MAYBE WE CAN FINALLY SAY
ENUFF IS ENUFF IT’S TIME 4 LOVE
IT’S TIME 2 HEAR,
IT’S TIME 2 HEAR
THE GUITAR PLAY! (guitar solo)
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]Yes, he called for full gun confiscation with no exceptions and naively, or stupidly, believes that this will bring about peace.
Not only does Prince need an education on what the Second Amendment means, he also needs to be reminded that both forensic evidence and witnesses prove that Michael Brown not only attacked Officer Darren Wilson, he continued to attack him after being warned to stop and shot at in an effort to make him stop. Had Officer Wilson been disarmed, as Prince is calling for, then he would have likely been killed, or at least severely hurt, by Brown.
Why don’t you stick to just pure music, Prince, and stop using it as a mechanism to attack our constitutional rights.
h/t Truth Revolt[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]