In an interview with DJ Booth, Statik Selektah told his 9/11 story.
“I was at my crib in Roxbury (Boston), and my mom called me and woke me up, saying something about a plane crash. It was before the second plane hit. [9/11] has definitely had an impact of my life; I fly almost every day. I have my own theories about who/why/how 9/11 went down, but it gets me into either heated arguments or people agree or people aren’t sure. Our whole way of life has changed since 9/11, especially in New York City. I moved [to the city] in 2004, and it felt like it just happened.
To this day, I see things that I shake my head at, that bring me to my theories on that day. Hopefully, someday we found out what really happened; How World Trade Center Building 7 crumbled without being hit altogether is a start. Bless those that did die on that day, though. Sad moment for our city and our country.”
In his 2004, question-riddled, protest hit, “Why,” Jadakiss asked, “Why did Bush knock down the Towers?”
Lupe Fiasco joined Jada by asking his own question in his 2011 song, “Words I Never Said.”
“I really think the War on Terror is a bunch of bullsh*t
Just a poor excuse for you to use up all your bullets
How much money does it take to really make a full clip?
9/11, building 7, did they really pull it?
Uh, And a bunch of other coverups“