Rapper Sho Baraka Banned From Christian Store Over The Word “Penis” In One Line

A Christian book store has banned an album created by rapper Sho Baraka, over the word “penis.” Sho Baraka, who was once signed to Lecrae’s Reach Records, dropped his album The Narrative in 2016.

(AllHipHop News) One of the outlets The Narrative was being sold through was Christian retailer LifeWay, until some angry patrons of the store complained about the lyrics on the song “Piano break, 33 AD.”

On the song, Sho Baraka raps: “But always pissed off, that’s because I thought with my penis”

“Like any retailer, LifeWay has a responsibility not to sell resources with content our customers consider inappropriate,” said LifeWay spokesman Marty King. “After receiving some complaints about language in The Narrative CD, Lifeway no longer decided to carry it.”

Some of his fans are crying racism however, some of his fans are crying racism noting that LifeWay still carries sex manuals for Christian couples, with 45 usages of the word “penis” in it.

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