Lil Wayne isn't known for being censored, but his line in Future's new track "Karate Chop" has angered people who feel he disrespected Civil Rights icon Emmett Till. Till, 14, was brutally beaten to death in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a white woman in Mississippi.

In 'Karate Chop', Wayne raps "I pop a lot of pain pills/beat that p*ssy up like Emmett Till".

The Mayme Till Mobley Memorial Foundation is petitioning for Clear Channel to remove the song, claiming it "disrespects the family of Emmett Till, our ancestors, women and our race!" 

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