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Lupe Fiasco is never one to hold back and his latest track “Words I Never Said” proves no different.

On Tuesday, the Chi-town rapper released the track featuring Skylar Grey who lends vocals while he calls out FOX News’ Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck before firing on President Obama.

On the track a brazen Wasalu raps about his qualms with the war on terror calling it “bullShyte” and an excuse to “use all your bullets” before he rips into the figureheads.

According to Lupe Beck and Limbaugh are racists and Obama’s lack of action in the Gaza Strip solidified his reasons for not voting for him.

He also adds that he won’t be voting for The President when he runs for reelection in 2012.

“Limbaugh is a racist/ Glenn Beck is a racist/Gaza strip was getting bombed, Obama didn’t say Shyte/That’s why I didn’t vote for him/Next one either/ I’m a part of the problem/ My problem is I’m peaceful/ And I believe in the people.”

The message of the song is apparent in one line however when Lupe speaks on his abhorrence for silence.

“I think that all the silence is worse than all the violence/ fear is such a weak emotion/ that’s why I despise it…”

Listen to Lupe speak out on Limbaugh, Beck and Obama on “Words I Never Said” below.