A Moncks Corner teenager turned heads on Wednesday when he blasted rap music from his SUV flying a Confederate flag. Clint Hill caught the attention of local residents as he drove through the Walmart parking lot with Big Sean on full volume, directly contradicting the message his truck’s flag was sending.
Clint has been the talk of Moncks Corner for weeks. Usually dressed in a sleeveless camo t-shirt and jean cargo shorts, Clint likes to drive around town with his extra-large confederate flag flying from the rear of his Dodge Durango. Moncks Corner residents have been absolutely perplexed when he plays rap music and aren’t sure if he even knows what happened during the Civil War.
Clint said he doesn’t understand why people have been giving him such dirty looks lately. “I don’t know what the big deal is,” he said. “Sometimes I just like to cruise through Walmart playing my favorite jams before I go home and watch the Wendy Williams Show. What’s wrong with that? People need to learn how respect others.”
Cultural Anthropologist Heather Murray said this type of contradiction is quite common in the south. “Most teenagers think the Confederate flag looks cool and stands for southern pride,” she said. “But they don’t actually understand what the flag originally represented. So when they fly the Confederate flag while spitting lyrics to their favorite rap songs, they look like hypocritical morons.”
Clint will give his parents a stress-induced stroke when they discover he’s been watching Empire on the family Hulu account. He will then be enrolled in a Southern Heritage Reprogramming Rehabilitation Facility where he’ll watch old episodes of Dukes of Hazzard and listen to Lynyrd Skynyrd non-stop for eight weeks.