All You Want To Know About Britney Spears III

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G-Eazy is the guest rap artist on Britney Spears`song, `Make Me` (2016), and apart from the explosive lyrics, G-Eazy`s rap references George Jung who, a well-known cocaine dealer, was sentenced to 60 years at Otisville Correctional Facility in Upstate New York, `I crossed an imaginary line with a bunch of plants!` Cocaine was the original `snuff`, now made from ground tobacco. Adolf Hitler, elected leader of the German National Socialist (Nazi) Party, became dictator after the election of 1933, and had chemists make the synthetic drug amphetamine as a cocaine substitute. The history of the Nazi Party`s pogroms against the Jewish `chosen people` of the Bible, the Jews, suggests connections with illegal `snuff` movies, which are films made of killing, and recorded largely as a form of entertainment to be shown in private cinemas, or on video at home. Since the Empire of ancient Rome built amphitheaters, people have watched others being made to kill each other. G-Eazy raps on 'Make Me', 'I've always wondered what was off limits.' Let's see...


Robin Bright


Literary critic, SF writer, and producer of commentaries on BritneySpears' career, songs and videos, e.g., "Television's ToweringSilence' in Charles Rector (ed.) 'The Magazine Of History AndFiction', March 2019.

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Britney Spears, Pop Music, culture, mass media, entertainment, video, film, Television

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MUSIC / History & Criticism