L Millz might sound like a rapper, but does he
have one of these?
Lastings Milledge has been in and out of trouble and controversy since he was in high school, so his latest troubles shouldn’t be anything new to “L Millz.” But that’s doesn’t mean that it isn’t going to further piss off a Mets front office that is already getting sick of Milledge’s actions.
Milledge is the CEO of Soul-ja Boi records, but instead of letting his talent spit rhymes while he rakes in the dough, Milledge had to open his big mouth and let some typical rap lyrics come flying out. During the song entitled “Bend Ya Knees,” in which Milledge is featured alongside his boy Manny D, Lastings uses phrases like “rich (N word),” “wealthy (N word),” a “top-notch ho” and even mentions how he has “a different bitch for every night.” Oh, Tupac would be so proud; but unfortunately for Milledge, Tupac is dead (at least that’s what we’re told) and with the whole Don Imus thing fresh in everyone’s minds there are tons of people ready to pounce on potty mouthed rappers. Like city councilmen, for example.
He’s lost his mind,” said City Councilman Leroy Comrie (D-Queens), who sponsored the Council’s resolution that condemned use of the N word. “I don’t understand how he could, in the spirit of Jackie Robinson, put out music that’s so vile, using . . . some of the worst words in music.
Or the bigwigs who sign his checks.
We disapprove of the content, language and message of this recording, which does not represent the views of the New York Mets,” a statement from the Mets front office said.
But, hey, this is honestly a step up for L Millz, believe it or not. It definitely beats the hell out of allegedly having sex with 12 and 13-year-old girls.