Da Game Is to be Sold, Not to be Told


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Bob Waliszewski

Album Review

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Objectionable Content

On “Gin &Juice II,” the artist boasts of stimulating a woman sexually as he’s driving under the influence of alcohol. Women are constantly referred to as “b—hes” and “hos.” Even Ken Starr would blush at the explicit descriptions of sex between Clinton and Lewinski on “Still a G Thang.” Hundreds of obscenities punctuate this two-time felon’s antisocial rantings about marijuana (“Kickin’ back smokin’ mary jane,” “I’m tryin’ to blaze up a sack,” “Find that Indo weed,” etc.), casual and often perverse sex (too graphic to reprint), and gun-toting brutality (“If n-ggas step out of line, I shoot ’em in their spine and break their necks,” “Playin’ with my AK . . . takin’ a life or two”). Inexcusable.

Summary Advisory

Raw audio sewage flows from each of this CD’s 21 cuts. Misogyny. Pro-drug propaganda. Gangsta violence. On one track, Snoop asks, “Do I look like a muthaf—ing role model?” The answer should be obvious. Keep this mangy Dogg out of the house!

Bob Waliszewski
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