Kang Of Kangs Mixtape

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“Piece of Heaven” Video Snippet *******

Barry B & Da Drank Kang TOGETHER!
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“All We Got” feat. Military Savage

“THE TRUTH”

“DIAMONDS ON”

“Leave No Doubt”

” LOOKIN FA ME “ featuring Da Drank Kang

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63 thoughts on “Kang Of Kangs Mixtape

    • This could be a touchy subject…but I think it really depends on the people involved. Theres so much grey area. Lying is unexceptable in any case. I think some are more forgivable that others. Personally, I think there is only so many times a person can lie and/or apologize for it & if a person has been forgiven and does it again; well thats even more disrespectful, hurtful, and lets me know that they really don’t care about my feelings. I’m gonna have to say one time forgiven, second time I’m looking to find a reason to keep going, third time its a wrap. I will admit, I’ve lied before, and thats why I forgive, but I won’t be made a fool of.

  1. From the point of view of someone who has been dishonest in their lifetime, I do think it is a terrible habit that is far too common and taken too lightly. Myself I wouldn’t know exactly when enough is enough. I’ve lied before and won’t be a hypocrite, it is wrong yes and it also unfortunately happens. I think that only the person dealing with the lies can truly grasp when they have reached their limit.

      • I am the person to give my all and repeatedly get the dishonesty, lies and abuse. . In the past. .If any signs are showing that they cannot keep it real, they will be dismissed, if they can’t be Good enough to be real, honest, then they are not good enough for me! !

      • Some people are dishonest, they may not do it purposely but the do it. It is a bad habit for anyone to have, and an even harder one to break once you get that ball rolling. I think anything that hurts you is grounds for dismissal,and if someone shows they are not making efforts to change, then you surely have no reason to stay. I just think it is important to remember that everyone is living and growing and learning at different paces. We all make mistakes, some of us make them repeatedly, but when you make mistakes you suffer the consequences of them. Some learn quickly, some take their time and some never learn at all.

      • Very true. And just like they have the right to learn the other person has the right to protect themselves. Its only fair. If the person wants to get better they will regardless of if they are in the relationship or not. But most don’t. When they are alone they use that time to do stupid things. make stupid choices because of “loneliness” then they convince themselves that they are getting better but in reality they are right back where they started. ALONE.

      • I completely agree with what you are saying, we all have the right and duty to protect ourselves from harmful behaviour. If there is no effort there is no point. Some people try 100 times before they get something right and out of respect for yourself you have every right to decide to not be there during the process of trial and error.

      • I agree. If you have given what u can it becomes a burden and less of a joy. That is physically and emotionally draining to keep going through that. Must protect self.

      • The thing with growing and learning is that you are bound to make mistakes, and those mistakes will cost you. And speaking from experience dishonesty can and will cost you the ones you claim to care about. Whether it be small or big, it will cost you; always. Everyone has a limit, I know I have failed to understand that at times. All I can say is follow your gut, if your gut tells you it will never change go with it. You might be right you might be wrong, but that is a chance you have to take.

      • Growth is making different mistakes and learning. Growth is not repeated of the same offense. There is a line. Cross it and your “growth” will be made known as a failure to ur very face.

      • Constant dishonesty is a failure, I agree with you there but with failure comes the opportunity for growth. Growth is always an option, no matter how many times one fails they can always start to grow if they are, or becoming willing. But if you do not trust your heart, then you should listen to your head. Like you said your thinking is the one thing that cannot be fooled with, so you should always trust that. Everybody has limits, there is nothing wrong with having reached yours. Hopefully it will serve as a lesson, but make sure you protect YOU, especially if someone else isn’t making that a priority. Someone who really does “care” will understand that their dishonesty is no good for you.

      • Very true. Only problem is where does that leave the offended. They still have to deal with the hurt and pain. Its best not to do it at all. That way your “growth” doesn’t cost others.

      • Yes, all the pain and hurt can simply be avoided by just being honest. And it is shameful that sometimes a person takes too long to apply that. Some are too selfish to think of how what they do and don’t say may affect others, some are too cowardly and so on and so forth. It is very unfortunate that one party gets the blunt end of dishonesty. Being honest protects those you care about, plain and simple. And we should all protect those we care about with honesty, and if you fail to do so you should feel terrible about the pain you are causing others, but unfortunately you cannot take that away because when a glass cracks, it cracks. All you can do is hope and pray they will be ok, and get yourself together so it doesn’t continue to happen.

      • personally I disagree. If a person cares about anything they won’t look at the glass on the ground and say its broken. Can’t do nothing about it. NOOO. that’s kinda like kicking someone in the add and moving on to the next ass to kick.

        If you have ANY KIND of respect or remorse for the offense then you will do whatever necessary to make sure you can wake up and say I TRIED MY BEST TO RECTIFY MY WRONG. even if the person doesn’t respond to it YOU MAKE SURE YOU NEVER GIVE OFF THE IDEA THAT “WHATS DONE IS DONE”

        very selfish mentality.

      • I agree with that, every option for redemption should be exhausted when you make a mistake (s). I guess that is where putting aside your pride comes in, because someone who is truly sorry can’t be proud. So if that means 10000 failed attempts, at least they truly tried to make up for their wrongs.

  2. Honesty is crucial in any relationship! I believe once you have been dishonest it may be hard to get past it……your always going to second guess that person ……

  3. If we’re honest with ourselves, we should admit that we’ve been dishonest not once but many times. We’d like to think though that there’s a distinction between dishonesty and betrayal. just because dishonesty isn’t exactly equal to betrayal does not mean that we should turn a blind eye to dishonesty. Aware of our own weaknesses and shortcomings, we’re willing to let it go. I WILL LET IT GO

    • Do we not have a responsibility to protect ourselves and our thinking especially if we have others around us depending on us. Kids friends etc. How can we keep dishonest thinking around and do that ?? Seems like u may be begging for a “kick in the but” if u keep it around. It also endangers those around you.

    • Gotta protect yourself always. If you can’t stop someone from being dishonest the only thing you can do is walk away from it so it doesn’t hurt you any further.

  4. It depends on the type of person dealing with the dishonest individual. A lot of ppl take back that person because they are thinking with their heart and the emotions of how much they love this person instead of thinking with their head and realizing the repetitive actions being taken by that person.

    • I agree tata.. feel like they love the person, and that the person loves them back, or that one day they’ll change. So they continue to stay without wanting to face the reality that ppl are who they are, and its their choice to change, and they may never change especially just for you. But we continue to think with our heart instead of our head! !

  5. Speaking from experience. There is no second chance. dishontly and unloyal are to major problems in my book. There’s no need for it

    • There comes a point when you have to step back and THINK not with your heart but with your head no matter how hard that may be. We always want to protect those we love and care about even after they have hurt us yet were they thinking about your feelings when they were dishonest??

      • Usually it is a selfish mentality not to speak of something a person should know about. But whatever u hide if it comes to light then don’t be surprised when the consequences are not in ur favor.

  6. THE BOTTOM LINE IS…

    NO ONE LIKES NOR RESPECTS A DISHONEST PERSON. NO ESPECIALLY ONE WHO KEEPS PROVING DISHONESTY

    THERE IS NOTHING GODLY … HONORABLE … OR RESPECTFUL ABOUT THAT KIND OF THINKING.

    AND EVERYTIME YOU ALLOW IT IN YOUR LIFE BY FORGIVENESS YOU TAKE A CHANCE ON PUTTING THE PEOPLE WHO DO LOVE YOU AT RISK. KIDS… FAMILY… FRIENDS… ALL OF THESE PEOPLE CAN BE AFFECTED BY THAT DISHONEST PERSON IN YOUR LIFE THAT YOU KEEP FORGIVING.

    YOU ARE BOUND BY OBLIGATION TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS YOU LOVE FROM ANYONE DISHONEST.

    ALL YOU CAN DO IS PRAY FOR THEIR BEHAVIOR AND HOPE GOD FORGIVES THEM. BECAUSE AT THE END OF THE DAY YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM HIS EVERYTHING. WAY MORE THAN ANY HUMAN.

    #teamPurpleWorld #BOSS

  7. I been there done that with my ex husband, was with him from 16-23 and he was always dishonest but I was young and dumb and so always took him back thing he would change but that didn’t happen so I got feed up and left when I was 23. That was the best thing I can do even though we have two children. He wasn’t a good husband, boyfriend or dad but things got better and I found a really great man and he’s is my husband of 8 years and a great father. God has blessed me and my children. We are grateful. So everyone women and man has a limit and will get feed up sooner or later. I’m just happy I found someone the opposite then my first husband. There is someone out there for everyone. Just be patient and don’t look and it will just happen.

    • I CAN DEFINITELY RESPECT THAT. EITHER THEY SHAPE UP OR YOU SHIP THEM OUT.

      GLAD TO HEAR YOU BROKE THAT CHAIN HOLDING YOU BACK AND LOOKED TO YOUR NEW FOUND BLESSING.

      I CAN AND WILL LEARN FROM THAT.

      • Yeah it’s so much someone can take from someone and I knew I deserved better and knew I can be treated better from some else and having two kids I didn’t want them thinking that is how someone is supposed to treat you. I want my kids to look up to me. So my kids gives me the strength to leave and be strong.

  8. Once someone is dishonest with me it’s hard for me to trust them
    from that point on. Trust is everything to me without trust you basically have nothing.

  9. Matthew 18:21-22 Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.
    I think something being missed is that we all have sinned, and a sin is a sin whether it is dishonesty, theft, murder etc… But what I take from the bible is that even knowing he was going to be crucified Jesus still sought out to do what he said he would. He forgave every single person and died for our sins. No sin is greater or lesser, in that sense ‘let he who is without sin cast the first stone’. We all have a choice in what we choose to allow into our lives. I’ve been in a relationship for a long time and have dealt with dishonesty, it seemed as though we were never going to get passed it and it was very hard on me, emotionally and physically. Yet, everytime my parter asked for forgiveness and a chance it was given. And it was not easy, but i thought it the right thing to do because I have been given many chances in life. Long story short, it was rough but we eventually did get passed it, and are happy, and I am very grateful I did not make the decision to give up hope even when I felt it was hopeless.

    • I appreciate your Biblical sense but the key word Jesus uses is SHOULD. he knows we are nowhere close to his thinking. That was a perfect man who recited those words to imperfect people. SHOULD implies that you won’t but should strive to. Jesus knows we have a limit and he knows that we have a responsibility to protect ourselves from harm.

  10. As for me I’ve taken a dishonest person back multiple times. Mine was because i was comfortable with this person and I know I shouldn’t of done that but its a lesson learned cause it just got worse. It depends on what they are dishonest about… If its about cheating and other things that a different story..

    • Dishonesty has no level to me. It is dishonest great or small. That like saying I’ll drink a little poison but not the entire glass. Poison is poison and even the smallest amount can kill. May take longer but it will.

  11. You can take a person back time after.time after.time i dont think it matters how many times you take em back it just matters how much you.can take. Your limit should be when they do it again and lie about the same exact thing over again. Some people rake a person back month after month its hard once your attached.

    • It matters. you have a certain responsibility to protect urself and those around you from hurtful things. You can endanger the people who really care about you by giving a person chance after chance.

  12. I never truly take anyone back that has been dishonest. My limit is non existent, in essence bc having a limit would insinuate that I allow it x amount of times b4 I say I have had enough and I can def say I do not! I hate the feeling of distrust and not ever really knowing what goes on in my absence. Who wants to live their days constantly wondering and doubting. Once a person has been dishonest one time, Im out

    • Well if Jesus did that to us then we would be in a whole lot if ish…

      I believe in forgiveness and even chances because I know I will have to ask God for a chance every day when I sin. But my limit is not like his. I have one. And when it is reached you will feel my wrath just like the lord himself.

  13. I think once is enough. You should forgive them but if you keep them in your life, they will probably be dishonest again.

  14. I will give them one more chance to make up for what they did then after that, if I catch them in a lie again (like I always do) I just drop them for good. Nothing else to say after that. I just feel like we’re too grown to be constantly lying and playing games.

  15. It depends, on what they were dishonest about, first! I believe in giving someone A second chance. I would, keep it at A distance though! That would, be hard to act like nothing happened and still see them the way I once, did! If I, feel that they won’t keep doing the same thing. We can, try things again! But after, two tries I’m gone anything more would be insane to me! No matter, who they are. Because, it’s too many people in the world to be stuck on, stupid!

  16. Generally, three strikes would apply, depending on what the lie was about. However, I’ve found that people who always lie about little things will lie about the important things as well. I draw the line at any lines or behavior that have the potential to bring harm to me or my loved ones. That’s definitely non-negotiable.

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