Who is Noah Weston? Brooklyn Dem candidate calls cops 'plague rats', 'sacks of s**t' in vile posts

Weston, who is running for a district leader position in Brooklyn's 46th Assembly District, has hinted that Eric Adams was exacerbating the spike in crime


                            Who is Noah Weston? Brooklyn Dem candidate calls cops 'plague rats', 'sacks of s**t' in vile posts
Noah Weston's various special media accounts are filled with anti-police rants (Twitter)
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Noah Weston whose social media accounts are filled with anti-police rants is now running to become a Democratic Party district leader in Brooklyn. In his shocking anti-cop posts, the former rapper has referred to NYPD officers as "f—king pigs," "plague rats," and "sacks of s–t" who do more harm than good.

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On February 28, 2021, the 37-year-old retweeted a video of an incident where cops are seen kneeling on top of an old man in the subway with the caption, "F—k these f—king pigs till the day their misbegotten lives end. Abolish these ogrish sacks of s—t. " Two months later, on the day Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin was convicted for the murder of George Floyd, he wrote under the Twitter handle clips4congress @soulkhan, "Bless the jury, f–k the pigs, and keep fighting [to] abolish, not reform."

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He also said that too much money is wasted on the NYPD. "It is genuinely more productive to wipe your ass with money than spend it on cops," he wrote on March 28 on his clips4congress account. 

Weston ranting the NYPD in his various twitter account (Twitter)

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Weston also slammed the NYPD and cops in general after the subway-shooting rampage in Brooklyn last week. On Tuesday, April 12, the day of the shooting, he said, "We do bring up the NYPD being useless at a time like this because the cops helped the shooter escape, didn’t have working radios, and didn’t prevent this but will use it as a pretext to hurt and kill people."

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And on April 13, he said that, it would have been more reliable to invest on mental health care system to prevent such shooting rather than investing so much money on police funding. Then on April 16, he made the remark that the NYPD and mayor Eric Adams were the greatest threats to the city.

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The rapper, who is running for a district leader position in Brooklyn's 46th Assembly District, has previously also blamed cops for spreading COVID among vulnerable populations by refusing to wear masks, as well as the department's alleged use of violent and racist tactics. "It is genuinely more productive to wipe your a** with money than to spend it on cops," he tweeted in May, while another tweet read 'f*** the f****** pigs til the day their misbegotten lives end abolish these ogrish sacks of s***.'

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Who is Noah Weston?

Noah Weston is now running to become a Democratic Party district leader in Brooklyn (Twitter)

Noah Weston is an American rapper who goes by the name Soul Khan. He was born in West Hollywood and raised in Woodland Hills, California, and he currently resides in Brooklyn, New York City. After a short career in battle rap that started in late 2008, in which he appeared in American circuits such as Grindtime and Smack/URL, as well as outside the United States, notably in Canada (KOTD) and the United Kingdom (Don't Flop),

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Khan was listed in Allhiphop's Top 50 Underground Hip Hop Artists of 2012. His singles include Offshore Drilling, Crush it to Diamonds, and Soulstice.But now, he has retired from his musical career and is now running to become a Democratic Party district leader in Brooklyn. He is running on the "For the People" slate with congressional candidate Brittany Ramos De Barros and Assemblyman Mathylde Frontus in southern Brooklyn.

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