I had a friend of mine foward this email to me. Check it out and give your opinions on this:
This was sent to me and I am "passing it on....." Draw your own conclusions once you have viewed it.
Subject: Jay Z Slappin a Female
Person who sent this to me said they'd heard he didn't want an UN-AUTHED photo taken of him. Reportedly tired to pay her off for the incident. Look at the "yes-men-spineless" entourage in the background doing nothing but watching him assault a woman. (I wonder who filmed/videoed this....realtime movement.....looks internal)..
What a "tuff guy" smacking on women with cameras .
I hope some charges come out of it all. Too often celebrities are allowed to "slide" when they hurt people. Which results in the celebrity feeling invincible and abusing others in the future.
Maybe if found guilty a judge can sentance him to make a song that actually RESPECTS WOMEN. It's probably the only way it would ever happen!Posts: 1673 | From: Suwanee, GA, USA | Registered: Oct 1999
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This was a despicable act which is all to preva- lent in Black society. I'll bet if that had been a White photographer he wouldn't have even thought about doing such a low-life thing (excuse me but this is the kind of stuff that makes me sick and there are a lot of us that need to grow up and stop acting like little boys). We often use the excuse that we shoudn't air out our dirty laundry but this is a good example of the many problems that we need to deal with in the Black community. This was clearly an act of hatred of self and kind yet many of our people have become so accustomed to this kind of behavior that it seems natural. The only creatures on this planet that have any love for us gets knocked around like a rag doll. We have got a long way to go before we can finally say "now we are prepared to take on America". We have got to get our house in order, even if it means having to air our out dirty laundry. DC Bailey Century Broadcasting
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