well he wants them to still feel all his wrath.
what he gonna do?
sue em right to hell.
2.5 million dollars worth of brimstone…
B. Scott — an openly gay transgender person — is suing BET, claiming the network humiliated him during the recent BET Awards by yanking him off the show because he was wearing women’s clothes.
Scott claims in his lawsuit — obtained by TMZ — he was hired to be the Style Stage Correspondent for the pre-show in June. At the beginning of the show, Scott claims he was wearing a flowing black tunic and black pants … which he says were approved by BET honchos.
Scott claims after the first segment of the pre-show, he was pulled backstage and told his garb wasn’t acceptable. Scott says he was ordered to “mute the makeup, pull back his hair” and remove the women’s wear … which included heels.
Scott says they forced him to change into men’s clothing [see below]. Nonetheless … Scott says he was still 86’d from the show and replaced by Adrienne Bailon.
bet/viacom was his boss.
at any job they can tell you change something without a moments notice.
how many people been sent home for not following dress code?
yes they knew what they were getting into,
but if he agreed to change the outfit then….
this maybe a case of “you little person on totem pole”.
maybe i need more thoughts on this because i’m baffled.
lowkey: didn’t he get paid for his services,
get an apology,
and deposit it into his bank account?
b careful b.
you could win this case and lose your reputation.