MSNBC Analyst Compares Gangsta Rap To Radical Islamic Terror

By HHL Editors

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the brutal attacks yesterday in Belgium that killed 34 and shook everybody up.

During a discussion of the incident on MSNBC, terrorism expert Christopher Dickey offered up a pretty hot take in which he compared the appeal of gangsta rap in American inner cities to the appeal of radical Islamic jihad in certain European neighborhoods.

"It's a little bit like gangsta rap in the neighborhoods in the United States. This is how you show the man," Dickey said. "That's the technique that's used. It's not nearly as much as religious as it is basically appealing to their testosterone, their desire to be heroes and the idea that they can project themselves on the world stage."
Twitter was not impressed with the comp.

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