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16 Nov, 2009 08:40

Republican rapper: “I don’t trust politicians, they are greedy crooks”

US rapper Hi-Caliber used to rap about everyday life, but after 9/11 he found God and became conservative. He now rhymes about burning social and political issues that, he says, many are too afraid to talk about.

Hi-Caliber is a celebrity of many so-called “Tea Parties” across the US. The conservative rapper manages to cash in where crowds of Americans protest government spending. His lyrics bash all things liberal and anything Obama. Defending his criticism, Hi-Caliber he is merely providing information others are scared to tell.

“I’m a rapper and my job is to make fun of people and to be somewhat informative at the same time,” Hi-Caliber told RT.