Good for him. I remember meeting him a long time ago, when I worked security at a pretty large venue. Compared to a lot of the other artists I met, I recall him as pretty likeable. I remember that he even helped his band load their equipment, which surprised me.
He also called rushed a ‘Fat, racist mother f**ker’ 2 days ago after Rush gave him ‘props’ for not giving in to tyranny. So Eff this guy and all like him
I have been thinking lately that we really need to put the tyranny justification for the right to possess and bear arms out front and center. We need to let the arrogant, dominating bastards who want to destroy our Constitution, control our lives, and take our guns know in no uncertain terms that our guns are not just for sporting and hunting. And, they need to be reminded of it on a daily basis.
It was excellent until the last line where he said something like “You can’ t expect justice when you stole the land” Am I wrong?
“Defense against tyranny”........what the founding fathers were thinking of when they wrote the second amendment. When was the last time we heard a politician stress this? Good for the rapper.
Police can work for some situations, but in the end they are still just employees of the government. No government employee will defend you as fervently as you will defend yourself.
The ‘tyranny’ position is valid but we only need to look at what happened in LA, New Orleans and VA Tech. The police will usually hide or run in the face of overwhelming danger and then idiotically call for gun control of law abiding citizens...
Some quotes after 1992 LA riots:
David Joo,a manager of the gun store,said: I want to make it clear that we didn't open fire first. At that time,four police cars were there. Somebody started to shoot at us. The LAPD ran away in half a second. I never saw such a fast escape. I was pretty disappointed.
Carl Rhyu,a participant in the Korean immigrants armed response to the rioting,said: 
If it was your own business and your own property,would you be willing to trust it to someone else? We are glad the National Guard is here. They're good backup. But when our shops were burning we called the police every five minutes; no response.
At a shopping center several miles north of Koreatown,Jay Rhee,who estimated that he and others fired five hundred shots into the ground and air,said: We have lost our faith in the police. Where were you when we needed you?