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2012 Best of Our Blogs: Culture

Best of Our Blogs: Culture

In part 2 of our Best of 2012 series, we highlight the 5 Most Read Culture Blogs of 2012 on (click the images to read the full story):

5. Guns, Gangs and Chicago: Why You Should Care About Chicago 

Guns, Gangs and Chicago: Why You Should Care About Chicagoby Rasheda Likely

“Chicago Homicides Outnumber U.S. Troop Killings In Afghanistan.” Take a moment to try to comprehend that. We do not have all of the answers but I would like to lend some sort of explanation.


 4. Jesus is Not My Homeboy

Jesus is Not My Homeboyby Rasheda Likely

‘Jesus is my homeboy’ has been a common phrase since the early 2000s. I’m sure most of the people that use the phrase do not mean any disrespect by it, but does that make it right?


3. Why You Need More than a Big Booty Girl Pt 1

Why You Need More than a Big Booty Girlby Rasheda Likely

Rasheda explains why Kanye and 2 Chainz got it wrong on the Birthday Song.  The blog sparked some of the best dialogue in the history of the site in the comments section) This one was so good, it sparked a Part 2.


 2.  The Lupe Lyrics a Christian Could Have Written

The Lupe a Lyrics a Christian Could Have Writtenby Sketch the Journalist

Sketch examines how Lupe Fiasco’s song “WWJD He’d Prolly LOL Like WFT!!!” could have been written by a Christian and asks why more followers of Jesus aren’t leading the charge of social-issue hip hop.




 1. Why We Shouldn’t Be Surprised by the Game Jesus Piece Album Cover


Game Jesus Piece Album Coverby DJ Wade-O

The Pope, Lecrae, Michelle Malkin, Skrip and everyone else seems  to be up in arms about the Game’s “Jesus Piece” album cover.  DJ Wade-O explains why the whole ordeal shouldn’t come as a shock to any of us.


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