how dare these two people not fall in love!
how dare they say fuck it and get married!
how dare they!
my straight kappa homeboy called me flipping out.
i didn’t know what was going on until he slid the link to me in an email.
it seems that the he and the other kappas are not happy with these two being gay under their organization.
i wanted to seriously ask him…
THE ONES WHO USUALLY ON THE D/L???
…but i put the phone on mute to laugh.
i know a kappa who,
every time he see me,
tries to of this good stuffon the low.
his boy to be exact.
i know of an openly gay kappa in new york too.
lol at the big drama….
The couple, which tied the knot last month in a beautiful ceremony at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort in Lexington, Kentucky, decided to share their precious moment with the world and posted a video of the celebration on YouTube. The video is quickly going viral and racking up spirited comments across various social networks.
As I watched the too-cute video, I felt conflicted about it being shared on social media. While I commended the two for being so open and marveled at how in love they looked, I felt sad for them because I knew the backlash would be vicious.
Despite it being 2012, many people don’t agree with homosexuality or think gays should have the right to marry. Although it’s within their right to feel that way, many take their opinions a step further and attempt to verbally condemn (and shame) those who live their lives differently. Predictably, that’s what is happening to Robert and Nathanael.
As the video began to spread, the comments grew. Twitter exploded and “Kappa” became a trending topic after folks picked up on the fact that Robert appears to be a member of Kappa Alpha Psi*, a historically black fraternity.
In one part of the video, Nathanael is seen “throwing up the Yo” (the hand sign) and presumably posing with other members of the fraternity. Many of the negative commenters used this brief image to condemn not only Robert and Nathanael, but also the fraternity as well.
While many of the comments about Robert and Nathanael’s union were positive, the onslaught of hate the wedding video provoked was astounding.
It’s clear when it comes to sexuality (and race, and sexism, and several other hot-button issues) people conveniently forget the adage, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, keep it to yourself.” But in this case, I wish they would. Not only are they taking shots at a couple’s special day, but they’re also slandering a 101-year-old institution in the process.
*Note: It hasn’t been confirmed that Robert or Nathanael are members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
it hasn’t even been confirmed so….
i guess the idea of them being kappas is making people lose their minds.
i love it.
congrats to them.