Sunday, September 30, 2012

Heroes Of The "New" America Show Their Stuff

Rick Ross, noted African-American idol, demonstrating his heritage and his knack for fine dressing. The overhanging belly is actually a desirable manifestation of his "manna", his power over the more pliable masses, according to obese Hawaiians. 

Two of  America's black notables, rappers Young Jeezy and Rick Ross(pictured above), demonstrate their respect for law and order, private property and coolness under stress:

"Shots were allegedly fired on Saturday night outside the taping of the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta following a shoving match that broke out backstage between rappers Young Jeezy and Rick Ross.
According to TMZ sources, the two performers exchanged heated words during the ceremony and started pushing each other before their bodyguards and BET security intervened and separated the two men.
But that was apparently not the end of the incident. According to eyewitnesses, soon afterwards a member of Ross's entourage went to the parking lot of the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center and pulled out a gun, firing several shots."

These two are idols and icons to thousands and thousands of African-American youths and - believe it or not - several misguided  non-blacks.
If it were not for the rather low-end goals of today's entertainment community, these two would probably be be nothing more than welfare cases walking the streets of Detroit or Watts.

Fist fights and gun battles at a national awards ceremony. How much further can we fall?


texlahoma said...

And they probably vote for the gun control candidate.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

*LOL @ tex* Dat cuz he be "down wit da thtruggle".

Seriously though, you would probably be amazed (or not) what trashy people in general compose the ranks of the entertainment community.
Chuckers are ignorant to be sure, but no more or less so than Frank Sinatra with his sizable organized crime connections or Judy Garland's drug and alcohol fixations. Soupy Sales had no small repoitoire of tales to tell of the pederasty, adultery and drug-usage culture that - to this very day - pervades the TV, legacy media & Hollywood (KHAZ)aristocracy.

Bob said...

In that entire article my tongue was so far into my cheek it still hurts.