“do we forgive these days?
or do we pick and choose who we forgive?”
what if a wolf,
who use to be homophobic in the past,
decided to change his ways?
it could be because of many reasons.
he realized of his ignorance or life had a way of humbling him.
i’ve been wondering as of late,
…with the backlash during the kevin hart situation.
his past homophobic tweets were years ago,
and according to him is that he apologized for them,
but some of us still want him to pay.
r. kelly has been leaving mass destruction all over the place,
and his past has been sketchy af at best,
but some of us continued to support his work over the years.
its no shock we live in a cancel culture.
all it takes is one wrong tweet,
or life choice to be banished out here.
we are all walking on egg shells by the general public.
folks may be living righteous these days,
but as soon as their old tweets are dug up,
we take offense and throw the book at them.
i don’t think we even allow folks to explain themselves anymore.
we cut them off for the next person.
so it left me stuck like…
Can we not make mistakes anymore?
i mean i’ve made mistakes and still do.
i haven’t always been the nicest,
or have i made the best decisions,
but i’ve realized how stupid i was and made an effort to change.
is that not good enough?
who i was isn’t who i am these days.
when i started the foxhole,
i had opinions that may have changed to who i am nowadays.
Is that not good enough?
so that means folks are only ridin’ with you temporarily.
as soon as you fuck up in this climate,
or fucked up way back then,
they may potentially be out.
isn’t that kinda scary?