A school board meeting in Texas took an unexpected – and controversial – turn after one white woman took to the mic to address the school’s “sick” curriculum.
The parent, referred to as “speaker seven, Sheryl”, claimed that the lyrics of N.W.A’s ‘F**k tha Police’ were listed online as part of the student learning hub for the English curriculum – despite multiple claims to have them removed.
During the ‘Citizens Comments’ segment of the Leander Independent School District board meeting, she began addressing her concerns by putting the school board members on blast while thanking the police.
“Officers—I hope they’re in here listening—and by the way, we appreciate you”, the woman said.
“The same hypocrites sitting in front of us that hate you, still call you when they feel threatened. You cannot make this stuff up. And, of course, we are seeing the hypocrisy of the left all around the country.”
Rather than simply elaborating her points to those in attendance, she began reciting N.W.A’s ‘F**k tha Police’ – with no hesitation in saying the N-word – not once, but twice.
“We have the f-word 59, we have the n-word eight to nine times”, she explained, before launching into a verse from the 1988 song.
“I don’t know if they f*gs or what / Search a n***a down and grabbing his nuts
And on the other hand, without a gun, they can’t get none / But don’t let it be a black and a white one’ /
Cause they’ll slam ya down to the street top / Black police showing out for the white cop /
Ice Cube will swarm on any motherfucker in a blue uniform / Just ’cause I’m from the CPT, punk police are afraid of me /
A young n***a on the warpath / And when I’m finished, it’s gonna be a bloodbath”
Following the incredibly awkward recital, she said, “This is in your curriculum – how do you defend that? Are you proud? Your curriculum. This is what you’re teaching our kids. It’s sick.”