The Autumn Wind is a Gangsta

The Autumn Wind is a homey,
Blustering in from Chino,
With a Tupac song,
He sweeps bullets along,
Low riding in his El Camino.

“His face is tatted with tears,
He wears a jersey from Sears,
With his beanie about his head,
And the stache of a kid, 13 years.

“He throws up signs as he struts,
A villain in khakis and chucks,
And the normal fans all shake
And quiver and quake,
As he shoots not giving a f***.

“The Autumn Wind is a gangsta,
Pillaging with his guns,
He’ll bust caps ’round,
To you hit the ground,
That’s what Raider fans call fun.”

– “The Autumn Wind: Arrowhead Addict Remix”

The original version that John Facenda voiced can be found here.

Not too take the shootings that went down in Oakland yesterday lightly, but what the eff is up with Raider fans? The stabbings and the shootings and the brawls that happen at Raiders games, where else does that happen? At soccer games in Europe and South America. That’s where. My apologies to all you decent, loyal, well-behaved and well-informed Raiders fans out there, I know you exist — I’ve talked to you. But Raiders fans generally have a bad name, and it’s because of fans like the ones involved in the shooting and how the franchise harbors its bad image. Al Davis and Co. need to step up and do something about this, because right now it’s not safe for any fans — either home or away — to attend games at the Coliseum.

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