Gangsta Rap Music Was Murdered Before The US Navy Seal Killed Osama Bin Laden

Robert O’Neill who took the shot that killed the most infamous terrorist Osama bin Laden was listening to Gangsta rap in order to get his nerves up for the job.
With that being noted, it is safe to say that The Game and Lil Wayne played a significant role in ex-Navy Seal Robert O’Neill’s preparation that particular raid that ended in the killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011 after Robert O’Neill revealed that he was listing to The Game’s Lil Wayne-assisted “Red Nation.”

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“Red Nation” was relatively new on the night of famed operation, having been released a month earlier in April. May 2nd would mark the day that O’Neill allegedly took the shot that killed the known terrorist. Up until 2013, O’Neill remained anonymous before being profiled in a Fox News special.
Robert O’Neill fired the fatal bullet into Bin Laden’s skull when he was a member of SEAL Team Six, which is the unit that tracked and killed Bin Laden in a coordinated raid dubbed “Operation Neptune Spear.” The subject matter inherent in gangsta rap has caused a great deal of controversy. Criticism has come from both left wing and right wing commentators, as well as religious leaders, who have accused the genre of promoting crime, serial killing, murder, violence etc
Robert O’Neill came under a great deal of scrutiny for revealing his identity and has often been challenged by critics for seemingly taking sole credit for the fatal shot that killed Osama bin Laden.
 Robert O’Neill revealed he played “Red Nation” by Game and Lil Wayne on the night of Bin Laden’s execution, after he ducked the U.S. for almost 10 years after 9/11.

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“Red Nation” is a standout track taken from Game’s 2011 release The R.E.D. Album.
“He’s got some good stuff going on,” Robert O’Neill told TMZ adding that he would love to meet the Compton rap veteran.

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