|2.||Strictly For My Ninjas|
An American pop culture graphic t-shirt that consists of word play that is apparently designated to incite animosity between suburban European-Americans and African-Americans. Contrary to popular opinion, it obviously has no basis for humor or parody, and should be deemed a racial epithet because it's a blatant mockery of the iconic rap artist Tupac Shakur's 1993 album, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. which contains tracks emphasizing the deceased artists political and social views. How dare they?!! This shameless attempt to lampoon the album was discussed at the prestigious University of Iowa's 2007 Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Symposium on Obscenity during a panel aptly titled "The N-Word." And since they're the foremost authority on comedy, black people do not find this shirt funny; only white people with hatred in their hearts! LEAVE TUPAC SHAKUR ALONE <cry *tear*>
Strictly For My Ninjas is a racial epithet, unlike the following shows and comedians:
Chappell show's view of racism, Lil John, Prince, Rick James
South Park's view of politics.
Family Guy's view of ... well, just about everything.
Friar's Club Roast on Comedy Central
|1.||Strictly For My Ninjas|
A trendy graphic tee design with a subtly racist message. "Strictly For My Ninjas" is a play on the title of Tupac Shakur's 1993 album "Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.", which contain many tracks emphasizing 2Pac's political and social views. Unfortunately, the mocking nature of the "ninjas" shirt is usually dismissed by the wearers, usually spoiled suburban kids, who are ignorant at best, or closet racists at worse. The subtle racism in the "Strictly For My Ninjas" shirts were even discussed at the University of Iowa's 2007 Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Symposium on Obscenity during a panel aptly titled "The N-Word".
People who wear the "Strictly For My Ninjas" tees think it's okay to make fun of African-American culture.