Snitch Bitch, Lucious Lyon, Empire shedding light on the corruption problems in the nation’s jails

Lucious was released from prison and El Chapo was recaptured! The plot thickens…

Remember when Frank Gathers attempted to get Lucious Lyon killed but then Lyon got Gathers killed? How about when Officer Ludacris denies Lucious his meds and Lucious has him handled?

Lucious Lyon Empire
Lucious Lyon Empire

Snitch Bitch, Empire’s new anthem introduced in Empire’s Without a Country episode is certain to grow in popularity considering it includes all the right ingredients: the song tells a story, catchy phrase, explicit lyrics, etc.

Empire’s Terrence Howard reminds us just how talented he is as he continues to deliver an entertaining depiction of Lucious Lyon’s life.  In the first two episodes of Empire’s second season, Lucious was more entertaining then Cookie.

Lucious Lyon is more powerful behind bars than he is behind his desk at Empire Entertainment.  In the show’s first two episodes of the second season Lucious proves that he does not plan on listening to anyone’s rules while he is locked up.

Lucious Lyon Empire
Lucious Lyon Empire

If there were a female correction officer that Lucious wished to have relations with we are certain he wouldn’t have any problems doing so.  Similar to the inmate at Baltimore’s city jail that fathered five children with four corrections officers.

Jails are run by gangs and Empire is shedding a brighter light on this growing problem.
Then there is Mexico’s prison corruption: The notorious cartel Kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman recently busted out of a maximum security prison.  Guzman apparently used a mile-long tunnel for his getaway.  
Lucious would certainly love Mexico where he wouldn’t have to worry about the Snitch Bitches he describes in his song.  Analysts say corruption unlocked El Chapo’s cell.

Empire’s Terrence Howard will continue to provide viewers with excellence Wednesday after Wednesday throughout Empire’s second season.  Now that Lucious has released the classic track Snitch Bitch many of us may have difficulties even saying “Hi” to a police officer.