I'm not one for glorifying rappers or the lifestyles they tend to lead, but let's be honest with ourselves. The American justice system is in fact broken. If you're not black in America, you certainly don't know what it's like to be black in America. For many black males in America, the only way out of a life in the wrong side of town is to be a professional athlete or a rapper. Their role models are glorifying getting high, drunk, and laid. Rappers even benefit from going to jail, as it boosts their "street cred", which is only possible if the people paying them money let it matter. If everybody stopped buying their albums when they got arrested, things would change in a hurry. Look at the NFL and MLB lately. Marijuana and slapping your girlfriend can ruin your life now. If rap culture was the same way, you'd see most of the negative reviews on here disappear. The rest are political (mostly because conservatives hate black culture), even though it's not a political documentary.