Twitter | Search | |
The Xaverian Weekly
The death of the young rapper opens up an array of ways to remember him. Let’s not make it about his music. On June 18th, two armed men pulled up on a black BMW i8 near a motorcycle shop in Deerfield...
Reply Retweet Like More
Alexia Jun 21
Replying to @xaverianweekly
If you really want to be asking question, maybe you should ask why there was so much violence in the child. Cause by the times of the aggression you are referring to, that’s only what he was : a child.
Reply Retweet Like
Alexia Jun 21
Replying to @xaverianweekly
So maybe instead of writing an easy article on whether people should celebrate his music or not, you should ask the right questions and get your facts right.
Reply Retweet Like
Alexia Jun 21
Replying to @xaverianweekly
It’s up to you if you don’t want to remember him as an artist, and if you want to remember him for his agressions instead, but again, if you really want to be asking question, maybe you should expose the whole situation.
Reply Retweet Like
Alexia Jun 21
Replying to @xaverianweekly
Explain that the guy was battling depression. Explain that he was trying to spread positive messages on social media. Explain that his music actually helped people with depression and suicidal thoughts.
Reply Retweet Like
Alexia Jun 21
Replying to @xaverianweekly
This ain’t no excuse. But this is a much more complete and much less biased portrait. And this would be asking questions. The impact of violent environment on children. The right to a second chance. The power of music regardless of the artist…
Reply Retweet Like