DISCLAIMER: I do not support the consumption of mainstream rap, rappers and most of the rap culture as it stands today. This is purely for educational purposes.
Kendrick Lamar had a single on his DAMN album where he stated that he wasn't black, but an Israelite. Now, it's interesting to see that the fake Jews of Hollywood treated this particular version of the song as explicit material that can't be mass circulated. Kendrick Lamar stating the Negro's true identity didn't butter up my position against rappers and the entire rap industry--but the industry's reaction and censorship of his claims is along the lines of how they censor positive music and musicians in general.