White woman says the N-word as she reads N.W.A lyrics for school board meeting

It’s not unusual for people to make their opinions known at community gatherings, but a recent Texas school board meeting took an unusual, and probably controversial turn when it unfolded yesterday.

On Thursday (Sept. 9), Texas’ Leander Independent School District held a board meeting, and during the citizens comments section of the night, a White woman stepped to the microphone to complain about certain rap lyrics apparently being used in an English class. To make her point, she rapped lyrics from N.W.A’s seminal anti-police song “Fuck Tha Police,” using the N-word in the process.

Before launching into the verse, she took a moment to give thanks to the thanks to the police, some of whom were in attendance at the meeting.

Officers—I hope they’re in here listening—and by the way, we appreciate you. The same hypocrites sitting in front of us that hate you, still call you when they feel threatened,” the woman says. “You cannot make this stuff up. And, of course, we are seeing the hypocrisy of the left all around the country.”

As she recited the lyrics, she continually looked out at the audience to make sure they heard what was being said. The lyrics read: “Search a nigga down and grabbing his nuts And on the other hand, without a without a gun, they can’t get none/But don’t let it be a black and a white one/’Cause they’ll slam ya down to the street top Black Black police showing out for the white cop/Ice Cube will swarm on any motherfucker in a blue uniform/Just ’cause I’m from the CPT, punk police are afraid of me s young nigga on the warpath/And when I’m finished, it’s gonna be a bloodbath.”

During her time at the mic, she it clear that she was offended by the lyrics. “This is in your curriculum,” she continued. “How do you defend that? Are you proud? Your curriculum. This is what you’re teaching our kids. It’s sick.”

Watch video of the moment for yourself just below.

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