the nice guy
the first one is known for his clean reputation.
he says “please”,
and “excuse me”.
he doesn’t believe in “wrong doing” because he does no wrong.
he is safe and pretty boring.
the he-bitch is more exciting.
he doesn’t give a fuck and says what he feels.
he has made a lot of mistakes and will continue too.
for whatever reason,
he also gets the a ton of sex.
he also won’t be faithful and will steal your credit card.
two polar opposites,
but this is about the “(he)bitch”.
people are attracted to the wolf,
or even the fox,
with a bit of an edge.
an obvious wild side.
even though we think being bad will black list us,
or make people show us no respect,
it seems to be the opposite.
the polar opposite.
the world has changed.
(he)bitch is in and the ratchet wins.
i had to wonder…
Is it better to choose being the (he)bitch?
chris brown is a mess.
just google his ratchet resume.
he plays the (he)bitch and he plays it well.
the wolf can’t do anything without fuckin’ up somehow.
his energy has now forced him to bring negative reactions in his decisions.
he can go from “0 to 100” in a second.
yet for whatever reason,
and i’m pretty intelligent,
but i’d let him fuck me completely stupid.
i don’t know what it is,
but he turns me on.
i hope one day he will get his shit together,
but lets face it,
well we been waiting since 2010.
and his jail stint.
and his realizing he is bi polar.
okay you get the idea.
it may not happen,
but #teambreezy will defend him until he death.
“i don’t like her”
“ugh i hate that bitch”
“she causes so much trouble”
…but why tho?
she hasn’t done anything that the others haven’t done on that show.
some have lied.
some have ho’d around.
some have even bullied others.
she isn’t a murderer or a rapist.
she also exposed the she-jackals for their lies.
yet when kenya does something,
everyone is ready to jump on her.
she simply stirs the pot and it gets people to react.
she fights with her brain and makes hoodrats look stupid.
if she was a snooze fest,
like deshawn snow,
people would be campaigning to have her off.
lets not even mention the show got interest after she showed up.
i started to think about the way we view the bad guy.
when we follow the rules,
we get treated like we broke them.
when we are nice,
we are treated like we stole something.
when we date with respect,
we get treated like we cheated.
when we act like a friend,
we get treated like a backstabber.
hell our crackhead brother/cousin/aunt/sister tho,
the one who can’t their life together,
well our families love them and all their drama.
they will get the money and help faster.
“he will get off the drugs.
he will back to normal.”
“she just needs a little love.
stop being so heartless.
so what she tried to poison me?
she was just depressed and acting out.”
i believe we all should be right in the middle.
there is nothing wrong with being nice,
but we should still have that (he)bitch ready to bark.
its better to use your (he)bitch powers for good and not evil.
its hidden somewhere deep in all of us.
it just seems to come out fully when we have given up on the world.
those are the ones who are completely nasty and bitter.
so the attitude,
and being feared rather than loved…
Is life simply much better for the (he)bitch?