Atlanta rappers T.I. and 2 Chainz aren’t too happy about growing buzz about net neutrality fading to black. The hip-hop duo have taken to social media to voice out their frustrations.

Tip and Deuce went to Instagram this week and took direct aim at the government for wanting to censor the Internet.

Grammy-winning rapper Lupe Fiasco has come up with his own solution to dealing with net neutrality.

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Earlier in the week, the Federal Communications Commission passed legislation to have net neutrality rules diminished.

This week’s FCC order grants internet providers sweeping new powers to block, throttle or discriminate among internet content, but requires public disclosure of those practices. Internet providers have vowed not to change how consumers get online content. The FCC rules also seek to bar states from imposing their own net neutrality requirements. The FCC said the rules would take effect once the White House Office of Management and Budget approved the new transparency rules, which could take several months. (Reuters)

In the past, the FCC has tried multiple times to regulate the Internet.

In 2005, the agency instituted some guiding principles — including consumers’ ability to access any legal content and applications they want — to follow in its actions. After the FCC in 2008 sanctioned Comcast for improperly slowed traffic to file-sharing site BitTorrent, a federal court two years later ruled that the agency did not have the authority to enforce such sanctions.