"the fraternity urged attendees to wear the most "despicable" costumes of "regional clothing from our locale" such as "bling bling ice ice, grills" and "hoochie hoops." In Baltimore, a city that is 65% black, this reference to removable gold or platinum teeth and earrings worn by loose women (WTF!!!) was considered racially insensitive by the civil rights group."
Sure, the NAACP is right to sound the alarm when college students mimic rap music's bad images. But it'll be a wasted effort if the civil rights group doesn't also mount a surgical strike against those who create its ugly images.
So now we're blaming bad rap music for racism?