A Kidz Bop Song About Racism
In 2015, a new song came out by Boyz Bops, featuring the lyrics “I’m a gangsta rap.”
It’s a reference to the gangsta rappers that are often used as rap names in hip hop.
The song was directed by former Boyz bops, Jay Z and Lil Wayne.
However, the song is now banned from streaming platforms.
The rapper’s song, which features lyrics like “I can’t afford a black kid,” was removed from YouTube after being pulled for the same reason, according to an email from the site’s lawyers.
In February 2017, Boyz beat rapper Travi$ Scott was also banned from YouTube following a video in which he rapped about his girlfriend getting a black boyfriend.
According to TMZ, the rapper told the outlet that his girlfriend was dating a black man.
However the song “has since been reinstated” after the video was removed.
A spokesperson for YouTube said in a statement to Business Insider that the video’s removal was due to copyright violations and not the rapper’s rap song.
“The rapper in question has not been charged with any violation of copyright law, and the video he posted has been removed,” the spokesperson said.
“YouTube’s takedown policy is to remove content for copyright violations that violate our community standards.
It’s not a matter of whether someone is guilty of copyright infringement, it’s a matter for copyright owners to enforce their rights.”
In addition, Boycott Boyz, an online petition started by Boy, stated: “Boyz BOP is not responsible for the content posted by anyone on BoyzBop, and we will continue to be vigilant to take appropriate action when we see content we believe infringes upon copyright.”
The petition also states that the rapper, “should not be allowed to use his image or likeness for any other commercial or promotional purpose, including promoting Boyzbop merchandise or advertising, which is also not allowed by our community guidelines.”
The rapper also stated that Boyz is not affiliated with the rapper.
“Boy is not associated with me, I’m not affiliated, I’ve never met him, he’s never met me,” he said.
The petition, which has more than 4,000 signatures, was addressed to YouTube and Boyz.
However this was not the first time the rapper had spoken out about the racial problems in the hip hop community.
In 2015 he made a controversial rap video, in which the rapper said that he was not a “gangsta rap” because he is white.