If you’re a fan of Rick Ross associate Gunplay, then you may have seen his rather disturbing tattoo he dons on the his neck of a swastika.
Why does he have a racist symbol tatted on the back of his neck? Well, the Miami rapper was asked about it recently, and he addressed the controversy over the ink.
In a recent interview with Pigeons and Planes, Gunplay explained that the adopted symbol of the Nazi Party represents his efforts at exterminating all the “fake motherf***ers” in the rap game. The ink is just the start.
“It’s just my symbol of genocide to the bullsh**. “Mass murdering the bullsh**. Too much bullsh** out here,” he said. “I came to Nazi that sh**. I came to Hitler that motherf***er. Put all the fake motherf***ers in the gas chamber and gas your f*** ass. That’s what I’m here to do.
“So n****s better walk light around a n****. I’ma show n****s. I can talk, but I’ma show n****s. All that fake sh**, I’ma call that sh** out and I’ma stomp that sh** out. I got a mission. Just playing the game for the meantime.”
Also in the interview, Gunplay talks about his solo deal with Def Jam, his upcoming solo album, and more. Read it over at PigeonsandPlanes.com.