Geto Boys’ Willie D Calls Out Media Figures On “Coon”

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Willie D is an rapper, entrepreneur, investor, and advice columnist who gained fame as the lead member of the pioneering rap group from Houston, Geto Boys.

Considered the classic line up, Willie D, Bushwick Bill, and Scarface first emerged as the Geto Boys in 1989 with their Gold record, Grip It! On That Other Level. The record contained the songs “Gangsta of Love,” “Do It Like a G.O.,” “Size Ain’t Shit,” and “Read These Nikes,” all penned by Willie D. Willie went on to record a string of critical and commercially successful solo and group albums including the Geto Boys’ platinum hit, “We Can’t Be Stopped”, which featured the single “Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” co-written by Willie D.In 2009 Willie D was featured on a song called “Down South Hustlaz”, along with Young Buck, Trae, Bun B, and Rick Ross.

He was featured on a Track on Mike E. Clark’s Extra Pop Emporium along with Insane Clown Posse and Twiztid called Scrubstitute Teachers. In April, 2012 he released “Hoodiez” featuring Scarface, D-Boi and Propain. The song quickly went viral and became an internet hit. It is a tribute to slain teenager Trayvon Martin who was shot by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.

Here, he releases his new single, “Coon”, where he has some choice words for Black celebrities and commentators such as Charles Barkley, which he gave a very outspoken video about, Stacy Dash and Don Lemon who have been attacking and downplaying their own kind on media platforms such as Fox News and CNN.

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