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Talk to California native, rapper Lil B The BASEDGOD. He surely knows. Apparently, he and Facebook have a love-hate relationship. While he loves to post provocative posts about race and culture, they hate them and have banned him repeatedly. Most recently, he has been banned for 30 days for exercising his constitutional right to Freedom of Speech. Facebook contends that he was suspended for violating the site’s hate speech policies.

Lil B, whose real name is Brandon Christopher McCartney, took to Twitter to let his fans know he would be on hiatus.  He had tweeted that the social media network had banned him for 30 days for “talking about white people”


Facebook confirmed on Motherload that Lil B’s Facebook has been temporarily shut down. Though they would not elaborate, the spokesperson told the site the offending posts had been deleted from his page.

Maybe they need to release the post for fans to be the judge.

It’s public record that Lil B uses both Twitter and Facebook to deconstruct what he believes is evident of racism across the country. By the same token, you can also find posts on his platforms affirming his love for humanity.

This grey in between both extremes was on display this weekend when he went back and forth with several white artists about stunting in Black culture.  Miley Cyrus and Post Malone who have enjoyed a fairly comfortable residency in Black culture.  While addressing mental health in the Black community, Lil B gave props to white artists like Eminem, Beastie Boys and Mac Miller that understand the thin line they have walked in Hip-Hop, a community largely perceived to be Black and Brown.  However, the Berkeley rapper snapped on former Disney star Miley Cyrus and rap newbie Post Malone, accusing the musicians of appropriating black culture.  In the context of his larger message, is he wrong? Based on his fan support, many believe he is not.

Noted for his mixtape ‘Black Ken’ that was released earlier this Spring, this west coast revolutionary- seems to be taking it all in stride – but still keeping it all the way real.


We hear you, bruh.