Prepare for some heavy secondhand embarrassment
What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever sent by mistake? A poorly worded email? A trash-talking message accidentally sent to the target? Well, Uncle Murda’s son has you all beat. He sent a message to his pops asking if he could do something good for his lady friend and had to do some Hanna-Barbera bongo levels of backpedaling.
“Wait, dad. That wasn’t for you,” he wrote. “That was for my girl and no I don’t do that. I was just playing with her and texted you by accident. My bad, pops.”
“Let’s just act like that ain’t just happen,” he pleaded. “My bad.”
“Aww man,” the rapper responded.
“Pops, it’s not like that,” his red-faced son said.
“Yes it is. Don’t front now,” his dad said.
And, obviously, that was just the beginning…
As if that exchange wasn’t soul-shriveling on its own, Murda went and made the boy’s embarrassment permanent. All the pleading in the world didn’t stop Murda from making it worse by posting the modifying exchange to his Instagram.
The rapper shared the cringe-worthy exchange and figured it was time to have “the talk” with his son.
“Look what my son text me last night slipping lol,” he wrote. “Then he tried to clean it up me and him got to have a serious talk lol.”
Look At The Post
Uncle Murda has been a background figure in New York hip-hop for quite a while. The East New York rapper spent the ‘00s signed to Def Jam and Roc-A-Fella, but couldn’t quite break out on his own. After leaving the Roc citing a decline in the way the label was run, he jumped onto the last bastion of hard-nosed NYC rap, G-Unit Records. His signing was a callback to the last time that New York dominated the hip-hop charts and his sound echoes that.
Uncle Murda has generated a ton of controversy for recording several songs advocating for killing police officers. He also made a music video with the artist Maino that depicted the killing of a New York police officer.
From his straightforward song “Shoot Every Cop You See”:
C’mon man you know how I rock
If you see an officer on your block
Make sure there’s no other cops around
Then walk up on that fool and gun his ass down
The rapper’s Eric Garner tribute video began with shots of actual police violence against black people and then cut to a fictional murdered New York police officer while Uncle Murda pulled a white sheet over his head.
In spite of this, the song focused on a message of positivity that encouraged listeners to keep their heads up through systemic abuse at the hands of police.
Take a look at the world’s most embarrassing message exchange up top. What do you think?
Will Lil Murda catch all kinds of hell from his girlfriend tomorrow? What’s school going to be like for the next few weeks? Was Murda wrong to share the already embarrassing message? Would you do the same in his shoes? Would you be proud that your son was being an equal-opportunity sort-of guy?
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