Thursday, July 20, 2006

Snitch of the Week: 7/9 - 7/15

When people say rap music makes black people stupid, they aren't just being dramatic.

Terrence Jones, a dumb jig from Brooklyn, was so intent on proving how real his coke raps were that he incriminated himself and his whole criminal enterprise in his lyrics and his album notes.

  • Terrence "Big Chef" Jones and 20 others were arrested last week, bringing an end to a 16-month narcotics investigation of the Bushwick Houses, called "Operation Bushwhack". Big Chef referred to himself as "the 500-gram cooker" and the "bag twister" in his lyrics, and listed the names of his drug-dealing crew in the liner notes of his CD.

    "It's like the confessions of a rap star/drug dealer," Inspector Steven Powers of the Brooklyn North Narcotics Unit told The NY Daily News. "We looked at it and said, 'Wow, he's giving a lot of details about his life".

Peep the article.

MF Doom has a song called "Rapp Snitches Knishes" with a chorus that goes

"Rapp snitches, tellin' all they business
sit in the court and be they own star witness
do you see the perpetrator?, Yeah im right here
fuck around get the whole label sent up for years"

MF Doom is almost as prescient as Dave Chappelle's Tupac skit.

I'm no elitist backpacker, but hip-hop used to be a force for good.
Dallas Penn can tell you more about that in what may be the best blog post of the year.
Black people aren't even trying to stay out of jail anymore.

Terrence "Big Chef" Jones, for your incredible stupidity and self-incrimination, you are the Snitch of the Week.


  1. Damn so him and his whole crew was stupid cause it don't seem like they tried to stop him.

  2. Hey, when you sell 1,500 copies of your album, you knows yous got the moniiiieess!

  3. what I know about hustling is that there are no all-stars that have never been pinched. peep how the white be watching the soundscan numbers down to the unit. you better believe white watch that other white just as hard.