Niggas in Paris

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Thedunk

Nigga.

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

Wow, that was a really nice and succinct description. Let's hear it again!

AGAIN!

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

AGAIN!!

Holidae inn

Inn.

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

AGAIN!!!

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

AGAIN!!!!

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

Oh yeah, it's still got it! I think that's it for now, though. Come on, Yeezy, let's light up this heavy doobie.




















Nah, I'm just messin'.

ONE MORE TIME!!!!!

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

ONCE MORE ONCE MORE!!!!!!

Paris Hilton Hotel

Paris.

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

ONE MORE THREE TIMES, ON THE DOUBLE!!!!!!!

Niggas in Paris (frequently abbreviated to "Ni**as in Paris") is a song by two rich black men, Jay-Z and Kanye West, about the joys of being rich and black. Jay-Z an Kanye wrote the song in 2010 as an excuse to go to France, a country neither had been to because of its entrenched cultural racism and overall crayness. It was a critical smash upon its release, though a majority of white audiences were anxious to purchase the single, thinking it would be too awkward and politically incorrect. Upon its release, "Niggas in Paris" sold so hard that each co-author received a $35,000 dollar fine; Jay-Z is currently contesting the case. The song's meaning was initially lost on some, who thought it was provocative, but really, it just gets the people going. Henhh??!!

QUADRUPLE THE ONCE DOUBLE ON THE TRIPLE!!!!!!!!!

Naw, I'm tired of this shit now. Let's put on The Blueprint instead.

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