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NATO 3: Accused Terrorist Jared Chase Rapped About Guns, Drugs, and "Bitch-Ass Cops"

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Before his arrest for alleged terrorism in Chicago, the NATO 3's Jared Chase was a talented aspiring rapper, DJ, and sound engineer who claimed affiliation with a bevvy of record labels around the U.S., including Miami's own Slip-N-Slide Records.

We here at Crossfade put in a call to Slip-N-Slide, and a representative disavowed any and all knowledge of Jared Chase, or J-Chase as he also called himself.

"I've never heard of Jared Chase, or J Chase, or The Street Demon. The Slip-N-Slide DJs are a a coalition, or brotherhood, or fraternity of DJs. I have been with Slip N Slide for two years, and as far as I know I have never heard that name in my entire life."

He may have been affiliated with their now defunct online radio station.

Chase has 40 publicly available songs on his Soundclick page. He raps about getting high, shooting guns, and hating the police, which is something some of our favorite rappers do in their greatest hits.

Here are some of J-Chase's song lyrics from a track he recorded called "Off With Your Head (Freestyle)":

"Since the first time that I ever did time, back on the grind, now I'm back with them lines, dimes, nicks, and I' flippin' them bitch."

"Cruise through with your motherfuckin' crew, and they better have something to put something down, otherwise Ima put yo ass under the ground, with a thunderous sound, you never heard of the sound, that i pump with that motherfucker, full pound. Bap-bap to your motherfuckin' head, two shots leave your fuckin' ass dead, cuz."

"You couldn't touch me, fuck with me, you can't cut me. Come buck me motherfucker. What's up, bitch. Suck a motherfuckin' dick, trick. Do a flip before I have y'all motherfuckers on the street's dick."

"I'm a hardcore gangsta from the streets, and every motherfucker gon be deceased. When you move through with yo peeps, you better move quick and move through or Ima motherfuckin' shoot you dead."

"Two to the motherfuckin' sky, 'cause when the blood leaks, it's an apocalypse and y'all gon die."

"Mothafucker Ima split you, get you, lift you, off your motherfuckin' feet with a pistol. J-Chase and you can't touch this. And I gotta dick, so suck this."

"My lyrics take your crew and make you do them things you don't want to do. But I'm so sick on this mic, I'm so fuckin sick on this goddam mic. It's my time, it's my time, I won't stop. I won't stop an get these motherfuckin' guns cocked. Pop you down like I'm fuckin' Pac 'cause I won't be stopped by these bitch-ass cops."

"No motherfuckin bars could ever fuckin hold me .I'm an OG, homie. You a lonely bitch ass motherfucka wannabe."

"It's J-Chase, nicca. It's J Chase."

Now, we fully support his first amendment rights to freedom of speech and freedom of expression, and we're not convinced Chase was guilty of anything other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and we wouldn't be surprised if he was entrapped, framed, or otherwise falsely accused. And he is facing 85 years in prison.

Then again, he could indeed be a domestic terrorist. And we're no fans of terrorism.

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