American Renaissance – The exercise was assigned to Crishana Wright’s daughter, Kalani, and her sixth-grade class at Bethune Middle School.
According to Kalani, the students were supposed to take the rap lyrics, that came from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s song ‘Drowning’ which features Kodak Black, and come up with their own positive words.
Wright told WSB-TV that her daughter brought home the worksheets that contained multiple expletives, violence and sexually suggestive lyrics, on Tuesday.
Kodak Black’s lyrics were featured in the assignment: ‘Just bought a brand new chain from Avianne/N***a with attitude but I ain’t from Compton/Lil Kodak b***h I’m Polo’d down like Carlton/Sniper Gang I put a n***a on a carton.’
The concerned mother said the assignment had no place in the classroom and ‘it was really against everything I try to teach them’.
‘I’m reading all these words and I immediately asked her why she had this and she said it was an assignment,’ Wright said.
Kalani said that she knew her ‘mom would be mad’ when she was handed the assignment at school.