During the 2013-14 season, Stephen Jackson played in nine games with the Los Angeles Clippers, so much like the rest of the team (and the entire world), he was offended by Donald Sterling's comments. But instead of sharing his opinion by talking with the media, Jackson dropped a song titled "America Da Beautiful." Prior to its release, the 14-year veteran said that, as you know, he doesn't bite his tongue and with lines like "Is this a court or a cotton field?" and "Dear Mr. Sterling, here's a speech for you/I had a dream the Klan had a sheet for you," we have to say that he's right about that. Check it out below. 

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[via Bleacher Report]