i was talking to a fav foxholer in the industry and they said to me:
“even though the whites smile in beyonce and rihanna’s faces,
they are secretly hoping for their downfall.”
let the hyenas tell it,
they is only room for one to have a seat at the table.
like many blacks in the industry,
they both know how racism works firsthand.
well a king in his own court got his wake up call today.
who is pretty woke already,
realized where he stands in his own forest in califorina.
this is what tmz had to report…
LeBron James says the racist vandalism at his Brentwood home proves one thing — no matter how much money or fame he has, “Being black in America is tough.”
TMZ Sports broke the story … someone spray painted the n-word across the front gate of Bron’s $20 million estate. Cops are hunting for the perpetrator.
LeBron spoke about the incident Wednesday afternoon at a media event for the NBA Finals — saying his family is safe … and that’s the most important thing.
He also said the incident proves that “racism will always be a part of the world and a part of America.”
LeBron also referenced Emmett Till — the 14-year-old black kid who was brutally beaten to death by racist white people after they accused him of whistling at a white woman.
“I think back to Emmett Till’s mom actually. It’s one of the first things I thought of. The reason she had an open casket was because she wanted to show the world what her son went through as far as a hate crime and being black in America.”
“No matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, being black in America is tough and we got a long way to go for us as a society and for us as African Americans until we feel equal in America.”
he looked like he wanted to cry.
i’ll be honest with you foxhole:
We need these things to happen to us sometimes
hear me out.
some blacks get into the industry,
or even corporate,
and start to forget where they really stand.
they get comfortable with the admiration,
black wolves with “these snow bunnies lovin’ the dick”,
and turning against other blacks for white approval.
that “national negro wake up call” comes and wakes you up reality.
it can either make you “grin and bear it” or gets your entire shit together.
i’m sorry this happened to king james.
he learned quick that even surrounded by all the admiration,
and he could compared to the legends before him,
someone(s) won’t respect him all because of the color of his skin.
lowkey: beyonce and rihanna had their wake up call at the grammys this year.
i think we as fans/stans did too.
article cc: tmz