Sister Souljah: Capitalist Tool

Is Bill Clinton on the secret payroll of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.? The question arises because of the publicity bonanza Clinton bestowed on one of the company's artists, rap singer Sister Souljah, by publicly attacking her at Jesse Jackson's National Rainbow Coalition convention in Washington. As a surprised and obviously angry Jackson seethed on the stage, Clinton repeated a Washington Post story that quoted Souljah saying after the Los Angeles riots, "If black people kill black people everyday, why not have a week and kill white people? . . . So if you're a gang member and you would normally be...

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