Award winning white supremacist poet Robert “Bubba” Lee released a statement yesterday discussing his recent bout of writer’s block. Bubba, a critically acclaimed recipient of the Whitey Award for excellence in hate poetry and a finalist for the MacArthur “Genius” grant for his 1998 collection “Kill ‘Em All and Let Allah Sort ‘Em Out,” has been reportedly stuck on his new poem “Miscegenation” for the last two weeks. Lee told reporters in a press conference outside his Alabama trailer park, “I just can’t think up a proper rhyme for ‘trigger.’ I’ve tried finger, figure, tigger, chigger, but nothing seems to fit.”
Lee still hopes to have his collection finished in time for next year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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