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Sunday, March 16, 2014

  • Lil Boosie released from prison, Jason Weaver's reaction and why black people glorify the hood lifestyle. 
  • The Real Housewives of Atlanta Episode 17 where messy Peter confronts Porsha about her divorce from Kordell and how ridiculous the whole situation was.
  • Hot Facebook Mom Maria Kang pisses off the internet yet again with her "What's your excuse?" viral photos and the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight.

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  1. It's such a pet peeve of mine when people say that black people "glorify" the hood lifestyle. If you think about it, it's no different from the rock 'n roll lifestyle where you're encouraged to rebel to such a creepy extreme, have a bad attitude, have unprotected sex, be offensive, where informal clothes and be a troublemaker in general. Yet, when black people do it it's stigmatized as something "criminal". It's a style and nobody ends up becoming a criminal over a fucking style. Do you see white people simply becoming criminal over rock 'n roll? No! People are criminals because they are criminal. No one is going to go out and be criminal because of a style, and if they do, it's because of their mental state and not the color of their skin.

    1. I see what you're saying however it's pretty common to see black people glorifying this destructive lifestyle and ending up in jail or dead, I'm sure you forgot about that. And the things you mentioned about the rock 'n roll lifestyle result in negative things. It's also more common to see more black people on the news for their behavior than white people but that's b/c the media can be biased. So of course you wouldn't see white people being talked about… as much as blacks.

      People can start to believe that their "style" is the best thing ever and if their "style" includes violence, drugs, lots of sex with strangers,etc. the results will be bad, they didn't think about becoming a criminal they thought it was cool, don't try to make this way of life (aka lifestyle) sound simple and harmless. And yes some white people take rock 'n roll too seriously and start doing the things that are encouraged and end up hurting themselves or others. Music is powerful and can influence people. I wasn't attacking black people I was attacking a lifestyle that is constantly promoted you can make it about skin color if you want to b/c I sure didn't, being hood ain't good. Simple as that.


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