Despite the melodramatic rollercoaster that has been all of our lives since the Republican Party announced their Vice Presidential running mate, I can honestly say that I have never felt more offended, incensed with anger, and ready to throw 'bows more than what I read regarding Soulja Boy's comments yesterday on how he wished to thank slavemasters for his success in all of his eighteen years on this Earth. He wishes to thank them for his ability to remain ignorant of his own history, ignorant of how many millions of people he has offended, and ignorant of how stupid he will likely feel just five years from now when he realizes what an ass he has made of himself (hopefully). But now I have others in my crosshairs: Hip Hop websites. Those websites who are responsible for the constant barrage of leaks and mostly afterthought mixtapes that inflitrate the internet on a daily basis to the tune of at least 75 posts per day that come across my desk every day, yet so far have been unable to speak on this travesty? I'm not going to call anyone out, but you all know who I'm speaking of, and it's a shame. Props to Hip Hop DX and also to Black Voices and Idolator both of which are not Hip Hop sites in the least for reporting on this. But where's XXL's blog? Where's VIBE's? Where's The Source's??? Oh yeah, that's right. Too busy worrying about the bottom line to remember when your core fan base has been completely disrepected.