A co-founder of_Rap Genius, the service that allows users to view, annotate and discuss the meaning behind song lyrics, news and_other types of writing, has resigned after he annotated an alleged mass shooter's manifesto with grossly insensitive comments. ValleyWag had_reported_on the annotations that Mahbod Moghadam made on the 141-page manifesto written by Elliot Rodger, who is alleged to have murdered six people in a seaside college town in California including a guess that "his sister is smokin hot". In a statement, Rap Genius co-founder and CEO Tom Lehman said that Moghadam "annotated the piece with annotations that not only...

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