Early this week, Nancy Reagan passed away of congestive heart failure at the age of 94. Having been the First Lady of the United States from 1981-1989 during her husband Ronald Regan’s presidency, she is most remembered for her “just say no” campaign, urging Americans to stay away from drugs. This is ironic to some, considering that President Reagan’s administration helped fund the Nicaraguan Contras in the Iran-Contra scandal. During this time, some of the money given to the Nicaraguans was used to buy drugs, and the C.I.A. was aware of the situation.
Freeway Rick Ross is known as one of the biggest cocaine distributers in U.S. history, having received some of his supply directly from Nicaraguan’s funded by Reagan’s administration. It is estimated that his drug empire earned $300 million during the 1980s.
After the death of Nancy Reagan, a petition was started on Change.org requesting Fetty Wap perform his breakthrough hit “Trap Queen,” at the funeral. Speaking with HipHopDX, he addressed Fetty’s song, which is about a drug dealer teaching his lady how to cook crack cocaine, saying that it would be very fitting.
Ronald was one of the biggest conspirators in the country ever. So, she definitely was a trap queen because she held him down, from what I can understand. Any time he was put on the spot, she took care of him.
She was a trap queen. When you look at the big picture, a lot of people only want to blame the guys on the street. They don’t want to blame the real kingpins, the people who never saw the drugs, never touched the drugs, but who gave the OK to push ‘em through. They never blame those guys. They only blame the guys that are standing out on the street corner who are easiest to arrest and the easiest to prosecute. The guys that are hard to prosecute and hard to arrest, they continuously get away with the biggest crimes of all.