i don’t like when some black women weaponize gayness against black males in arguments

i don’t like it when some black vixens,
during an argument,
use a black male’s sexuality to hurt him.
sometimes,
you don’t even need to be fighting.
as quiet as kept:

Some black vixens also push homophobia to the surface as well.

some black vixens will keep their gay giga pets close to them.
the ones who will do their hair,
spill tea,
and be the accessories to their brunch outfits.
these giga pets will turn their heads to homophobia “until“.
the giga pet will vomit up all her business to embarrass her.

“Well,
thats why I fucked your man while you were getting your nails did hoe!”

you know how it goes.
now i’m not fonting that all black vixens do this but…

Mo’Nique did it with DL Hughley in her tirade against him over the weekend

i can understand calling him a BAN for how he allegedly came off.
he can be one of those but to accuse him of being dl?
all because his name starts with dl?
and then the “he gotta be gay talking to a black woman like that”?
what?
i hate that argument that a black vixen can disrespect you and as a male,
you gotta stay silent and let her drag you.

Um,
no cunt.

These verbal paws are for everyone who violates.
Fuck you!

… but it’s okay to drag white or “others” vixens who disrespect?

get the entire fuck outta here.
let’s be real about the blowback of weaponizing a black male’s sexuality…

Black people have a fascination with witch-hunting possible gay males.

blacks,
no matter who or what they are,
are notorious for ruining a male’s reputation with supposed gay rumors.
it’s fucked up cause it looks like you have an ally when it’s really an enemy.
look at what sidney starr did to chingy.
his career came to a full stop because of her lies and slander.
even though 50‘s villain arc still continues to this day,
vivica a fox did try to hint he was gay back in 2015:

a foxholer had to remind me about that.
there are a few that “gayness” was used against them too.

i know how it feels to be part of a witch hunt.
i’ve had a few black she-jackals stir the pot with my sexuality.
it caused many to stop speaking to me and had me as the butt of jokes.
it’s not fair nor funny.
it has caused me trauma that i’m still trying to correct.
so i don’t have a problem with mo’nique being mad at dl

…but trying to insinuate he was DL,
even if it’s true,
is not a good look.

at the end of the day,
black vixens and gays are at the bottom of the totem pole.
some straight black males will run us over for white pussy and approval.
their skin color,
along with being a black woman,
has been weaponized against them.
from idiot black males,
corporate america,
and other places they experience microaggressions.
malcolm x said black women are the most disrespected people in america.
with that knowledge,
i’d like to think some of them would know better.

so like my fav gif of the moment:

lowkey: i will always support black women.
i will not support stupidity tho.

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

16 thoughts on “i don’t like when some black women weaponize gayness against black males in arguments”

  1. I was actually surprised that Monique made a career comeback of sorts from all the Drama she has been involved in for the past 10 years but I was happy for her but this is the second time that she has been homophobic toward a Black Male. She did the same thing with Tyler Perry in one of her standup specials and it sort of rub me the wrong way because she is always presenting herself as an ally to the Gay community, she has done countless interviews supporting Gay people so its a little disingenuous for her to then turn around and portray someone to be less than because they are Gay after she is always saying it doesn’t matter. She would feel some type of way if D.L would have come out and slammed her own husband who many people have been saying for years was Bi-Sexual. She needs to be careful going down this road.

    1. ^ a lot of these so called allies do that shit.
      every woman that has done this nonsense has been a huge supporter.

      is it because the males they try to weaponize are stereotypical masculine tropes?
      so they know that will hurt them and their reputation?

  2. You gotta watch his radio show with The Kempire on YouTube. DL said she got some nerves to call him that with that husband of hers she calls daddy. Not once did he call her out her name or took low blows at her. He slayed her with calling her role in Precious an autobiography. I love Vivica but she was foul for that shit too if it’s not true. 50 is so damn catty and petty that he does act like the black gays that be doing the most so I kinda can’t fault her.

    Monique is the definition of toxic femininity. She used the gays just to get her agenda over and the first chance she got to belittle a man, she went the gay route. She is NOT our ally! Don’t be fooled by wolves in sheep clothing. Gay men stop letting black women fill your head with lies just to have a damn friend and feel like you belong. Gay men love yourselves more and know your worth more than being a gotdamn sidekick or assistant. Boss up and live your life as a man who likes dick/ass. Say fuck you to the stereotype and rewrite the narrative. That’s how we fight back!

    1. ^ i was gonna say that don’t folks talk about her husband?

      this whole thing could have been handled better.
      i feel mo has misdirected anger with this whole thing.
      dl isn’t innocent,
      i’m sure,
      but did he deserve that vitriol?

      1. Oh I’m sure he isn’t innocent and he probably did say he wasn’t opening up for her. And if the promoters and the paperwork back that up then he wasn’t opening up for her is a correct statement.

        The streets and Wendy Williams been talking about that husband of hers for YEARS. Idk if there’s any validity to it but where’s there smoke…

    2. “Not once did he call her out her name or took low blows at her.”

      So being misogynist and saying he didn’t want to open for her, isn’t a low blow? Okay.

      That’s like saying a white person who “doesn’t feel safe around Black people” isn’t racist, because they didn’t outright say the n-word.

      With his actions, D.L. Hughley, said “No Black women is fit for me to open for” and if that’s okay with you, continue with the misogynoir. Gay Black men have their own mess and I’m not going to take the hatred of Black women to task today.

      1. You don’t know if he said that. Where’s the proof? DL said him and Monique never had a conversation. So your whole tangent is based on speculation not fact. You can keep this pretentious rant of supporting a black woman because deep down you’re actually venomous towards black men.

  3. That’s why gay men have to be very selective with the women they befriend. Anytime a black man displays some form of disrespect/disdain towards black women (Kevin samuels) for example, women always accuse them of being gay in effort to insult them, which creates a narrative that gay men hate women when in fact gay men most of the time are womens biggest advocates. Crazy thing is straight men have ALWAYS been severely critical of women, so idk why women jump on the “he must be gay” train no he’s just an asshole.

    1. ^110%

      “Anytime a black man displays some form of disrespect/disdain towards black women (Kevin samuels) for example, women always accuse them of being gay in effort to insult them, which creates a narrative that gay men hate women when in fact gay men most of the time are womens biggest advocates.”

    2. Fax. I barely associate with straight women who aren’t my family for this very reason.

  4. Yes, she was wrong for that.

    His behavior was weak and many Black people equate weakness with being gay.

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