the mole people are taking over new yawk (and they are driving the rich folks outta here)

Day of Outrage demonstration at the Jay Street-Borough Hall subway station following the Howard Beach verdict on December 21, 1987 in which three defendants were found guilty of manslaughter in the death of Michael Griffith who was beaten and chased by a white mob onto a highway where he was struck by a car. © Ricky Flores

one of my home-wolves asked me last night if i could move anywhere in new yawk,
where would i go?
without a doubt,
i said “bk“.
he told me i was wyldin’.
he said bk has gotten violent af and he from there.
i responded:

“Um homie,
all of NY has gotten violent af.”

new yawk seems to be reverting back to how it was back in the day.
there is heavy mole people problem down in the upper west side via “the post“…

Upper West Side residents say three hotels that are housing hundreds of homeless men during the coronavirus pandemic have turned the area into a spectacle of public urination, catcalling and open drug use.

Among those staying at the luxury Belleclaire on Broadway and the Lucerne on West 79th Street, and the more down-market Belnord on West 87th Street, are people who are mentally ill, recovering from drug addictions, and registered sex offenders.

Ten sex offenders are staying in a single hotel — the Belleclaire, which is just one block from the playground of PS 87.

It doesn’t feel safe anymore,” nanny Michele McDowall, 39, told The Post.

She said she was recently offered crack by a pair of homeless men as she wheeled a toddler along Riverside Park at 79th Street.

“You want to buy crack?” she said they shouted repeatedly as she hurried past, and as the frightened 2-year-old girl in the stroller put her hands over her ears and cried, “Too loud!”

The homeless men have been moved from dorm-style shelters around the city so they can be sheltered one or two to a room to better protect them from COVID-19, officials explain.

In order to defuse that ticking time bomb, we implemented a massive emergency relocation of human beings from those congregate shelters throughout the city, more than 10,000 in about eight weeks,” Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Steven Banks said Thursday.

But neighbors say that now a new bomb is ticking in and around the three hotels. They are three out of 139 hotels being used to house homeless in the city, a source connected to the Hotel Association of New York City told The Post.

“you wanna buy crack”?
that sounds like such fake news.
that karen is exaggerating.
honestly tho…

It serves them all right.

they turned ny into this playground for the rich white folks,
gentrified tf out of it,
had no issues with sending all the homeless to the hood,
and now the rona has drove them tf out the city.
we love to see it.

you know how many empty ass condos and lofts are in the city right now?
the rona is sending all these folks outta here back to where they came from.
they wasn’t no true ny folks.
the going got tough so they bounced?
the new yawk foxhole know what i’m fontin’ bout.

I think the creatives are about to take over this city.

i could be wrong tho.

ny is becoming how it use to be.
and a city that did wtf it wanted.
it’s all about survival in this rona world now.
i was just telling someone you can live in the hood and survive,
but move to the suburbs and be killed by a white hyena.
i’m not scared as i am trying to figure out my next game plan.
i bet rent prices are gonna plummet since folks can’t afford shit right now.
imagine a 2 bedroom in bk,
in a solid neighborhood,
for 500?

The whole country is “NY in the 70s, 80, and 90s”.

i guess this is trump’s idea of making america great again.

lowkey: you ain’t never heard a story like one from an old head in new yawk.
seriously tho,
the mole people problem was a shit show before the rona.

there were so many crackheads on my way to and from work.
i can only imagine what its like now.

article cc: the post

16 thoughts on “the mole people are taking over new yawk (and they are driving the rich folks outta here)

  1. LMFAO they’re dragging it. But, I agree with Jamari this is definitely some sort of Karma in play. The government of NYC has been kicking people out of affordable housing by not making it affordable in order for the rich whites to come in and take over and now…they can’t handle the heat. I LOVE to see it sips wine and eats popcorn I haven’t seen a white person around my home area in the Bronx in two months and I’m loving it sorry not sorry. The homeless and addicts have been around for DECADES, they not going nowhere anytime soon. It wasn’t a problem before because they were only in the hood or “bad parts” of the city, but now that they’re branching out due to Miss Corona it’s Armageddon? 😂😂😂😂 I can’t. A true New Yorker knows how to either ignore them or shut shit down or do both. They better take their asses back upstate where they belong 👏👏


      they moved here from ohio and oklahoma trying to change shit up.
      the rona decided to switch up plans and now they are running outta here in droves.
      i hope this returns NY to how it use to be before it became this gentrification mess.

      they built that big ass shit down in hudson yards to make it “a city within a city” and its been a shit show since.

      1. LMFAOOOOOOOOOO “a city within a city” YASSSSSSSS! Deadass though! Another form of Karma honestly. They built an area like that on the west side 🙄 They knew what they was doing/trying to do.

        1. ^ rich white folks received their karma this year.
          it was delicious to witness.
          they like to touch and change things,
          but when it falls apart,
          they pointing fingers like a spider-man meme.

          1. 😂😂😂😂 Right! And we STILL got four more months of this year left. Can’t wait to see what happens next. Shit is better than watching live action TV.

          2. ^word and i’m staying my ass inside.
            this second wave ain’t about to catch my ass.

            now that trump didn’t approve stimulus,
            folks really gonna be acting up.

  2. 1st of all once I read this “You want to buy crack?” she said they shouted repeatedly as she hurried past, and as the frightened 2-year-old girl in the stroller put her hands over her ears and cried, “Too loud!” I knew that NY Post paid them to say this or they making shit up to fit the story cause no way anyone selling crack would be that loud and 2 if he did he was probably effing with her but 3 the main part is that it’s not way the child found a person to be that loud when the Ambulance in NYC alone will shred your soul through your ears about 10x a day so no way you found a person to be that loud with all the noise carrying on in NYC. Get them tf up outta here

  3. If you though that was worst, check out Skid Row and San francisco homeless side walk encampment with drugs, feces, rats. I can image this being a state wide issue soon if Washington don’t get their shit together. However, I agree those vacant condos should be converted into affordable housing and it looks like many state will come down to the realization ppl are moving to the suburbs so they got to make an offer to the ordinary Joe.

  4. I don’t know, I don’t feel right celebrating poverty stricken people tearing down & pissing all over a city block 🤷🏾‍♂️ Not to sound all “Republican” but Come on now, at some point a person has to take responsibility for their decision to keep doing drugs, They are definitely wrong & ungrateful IF this story is true & they are indeed fucking up a hotel I assume they are staying at for free

    1. these people have been doing what they do for a long time, the only recent change is that they are doing this behavior in affluent neighborhoods. no is celebrating poverty. this behavior isn’t a new problem

  5. Now keep in mind that the NY Post is owned by the Murdoch Family; the same family that owns and operates Fox News. They constantly post stories to incite fear and panic, but the stories are blown out of proportion. Hasn’t NY always been kinda dangerous? Why is it suddenly a problem now, because it affects rich white people?

    1. ^EXACTLY.

      ny is just doing what it always does.
      it’s a big gritty city.
      this panic might lead them all out of ny so im not really complaining tbh.

    2. Exactly! The other boroughs have been dealing with this to the point where it’s a normal thing, but it’s an issue when it starts to trickle into the richer areas? Please. It reminds me of the “recent” drug epidemic that was only an issue when it started to affect the Chads and Karens more and more. The issue of homelessness could have been tackled if we had more competent people in power who actually care. I dont get how we can spend billions on military defense, but not on people in need.

      1. ^you hit the nail on the head.
        all the other boroughs know the deal.
        the rich are learning they can’t truly handle the grit of new yawk.
        it’s pathetic really.

        the way the trump administration is handing the unemployed is terrible.
        it’s gonna get a lot worst.
        all the other states are seeing the crumble.
        whoever set off the rona to kill off america was definitely on super villain status.

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