Last night in Oakland, CA, rapper Too Short sat and debated with the anti-violence group called "A Safe Place" in City Hall. The rapper addressed issues surrounding violent and degrading lyrics against women within his rap songs. During this debate the rapper revealed some damaging information that most record labels will be held accountable for, he went on to say: "You cannot go to a label and walk in there with positive material and expect to get a deal...You go in there with the hottest and nastiest song on the internet and you got 2 million downloads. I could get you a check in a week." For more, click here.