from The Bronx, New York, NY
January 1, 1964 (age 57)
Then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton helped turn the little-known rapper Sister Souljah briefly into a celebrity when he attacked her album 360 Degrees of Power. During an interview, Souljah called for African Americans to stop destroying their own property and turn their efforts on the White power brokers instead. Clinton accused her of appealing to hatred and urging Blacks to randomly target and kill Whites. The resulting controversy didn't sell many copies of her record, but did get her onto numerous talk shows and into many general interest magazines. She was eventually dropped by Epic when the record bombed. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi
Sister Souljah Interview at The Breakfast Club Power 105.1 (11/11/2015)
Sister Souljah - The Hate That Hate Produced
Sister Souljah - The Final Solution; Slavery's Back In Effect
Sistah Souljah press conference slamming Bill Clinton's attack in 1992
WHAT HAPPENED TO SISTER SOULJAH?
Sister Souljah The Race Issue w/ Phil Donahue
SISTA SOULJAH SCHOOLS THE MASSES
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