Veteran rhymer Willie D goes in on so-called “black sellouts” in his unapologetic video for “Coon.”

Directed by Willie D and Terance Prevost, the clip puts celebrity pundits on blast for subjugating Black people just to get a paycheck. The former Geto Boys rapper targets Charles Barkley, Stacey Dash, Don Lemon and others for their coonish behavior on television.

In the visual, Barkley and Dash are being forthcoming with their selfish behavior in a Coon Anonymous program. Willie D looks on in contempt as Barkley and Dash console each other.

Then we see Barkley sitting in his corporate office laughing at a photo of a noose that his white co-workers had giving to him. Other pundits like Stephen A. Smith, and Raven Symone are hilariously parodied in the video. In the end, all of them get picked up by the Drop Squad who deliver their comeuppance for cooning.

In our exclusive interview with Willie D, the 49-year-old rapper said he's not sorry for slamming Barkley, Dash, Lemon and the others for their coonish behavior.

“I ain’t apologizing for s---,” he said. “These coons are used to basically do the dirty work of the networks - they’re paid to say what the networks can’t say. Because if the network says it - they know they’re going to called out.”

Watch Willie D's controversial video for "Coon" above.

Watch Willie D Address the Controversy Over His Song "Coon"

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