Gunplay Explains His Swastika Tat
Celebrities have been known to get some strange tattoos, but what was the decision for Gunplay getting a Swastika on the back of his neck? Wait until you hear his explanation!
Def Jam and Mayback Music Group artist Gunplay is known for controversy. Remember him sniffing cocaine in Colombia? Now he’s drawn the attention of the masses after getting the infamous Nazi symbol inked on the back of his neck.
In an interview with Pigeons and Planes, he gave his explanation.
“Yeah, it’s just my symbol of genocide to the bulls—. Mass murdering the bullsh–. Too much bullsh– out here. I came to Nazi that sh–. I came to Hitler that motherf—-r.”
If that made any sense, he went on to further explain this fuckery
“Put all the fake motherf—-s in the gas chamber and gas your f— ass. That’s what I’m here to do. So n—s better walk light around a n—a. I’ma show n—-. I can talk but I’ma show n—-s. All that fake sh–, I’ma call that sh– out and I’ma stomp that shit out. I got a mission. Just playing the game for the meantime.”
I sincerely apology to my readers who speak proper English. My best interpretation is maybe he feels an illustration of the Swastika is NOT in support of Hitler himself, but a symbolism of how he intends to murder the industry. At any rate, this is the same reason David Chapelle made this famous:
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