You Just Had One Job, Tremaine Aldon Neverson! Just One!

screen-shot-2016-09-28-at-10-20-13-pmhe was doing so well too.
my drawz was ready for his collection.
so tremaine aldon neverson aka trey songz is caping for an alleged rapist.
yeah.
if you didn’t know,
nate parker was accused of allegedly raping a vixen back in his college days.
the vixen ended up committing suicide allegedly because of it.
( x read all about and more here )
well trey must have got turned out when he went to see nate’s upcoming movie,
“birth of a nation”.
the one many are protesting due to the allegations.
well trey took to his instagram and said this with ^that picture as the backdrop via the shade room

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see…
ugh…
i was all for the first couple sentences.
i was starting to drip.
as soon as he got to the part about “they tried to slight you”,
the horniess dried completely up.
why did he have to go and say that shit?!
damn!
i’m torn because trey is very vocal about black injustice,
but i’m on pause at the defense of an alleged rapist.
he should have patted nate on the back for the film and left the other stuff quiet.
why does it always seems wolves will “look past” the injustice done to vixens?
i could be wrong.
well “birth of a nation” comes out next week on october 7th.
foxhole..

Are you planning on seeing it?

i’m not really interested.
i’m still emotionally fucked up from “12 years a slave”.

lowkey: good he put black lives matter.
it may help him get a deadlock vote during the dragging.

check out trey tweets on his woke-ness: twitter

Author: jamari fox

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20 thoughts on “You Just Had One Job, Tremaine Aldon Neverson! Just One!

  1. I am sort of with Trey on this, I think that this dude has been around and is not a new face on the scene and these allegations were investigated and he was acquitted of the charges, but it seems like now that he is making us examine the dirty stain of race in America with this movie his name is being dragged, I am sick of the double standards that exist when someone Black is accused of a crime as opposed to someone of European descent, who always get the benefit of the doubt. I am going to see the film because what the film makers have done in the past has nothing to do with their art, if that was the case we can cross many off the list and we would never be able to watch anything, with all the scandalous people who make movies in Hollywood.

  2. I’m with you on this one, i’ve heard nothing but rave reviews about the movie and I’m sure that it’s a fantastic movie that really explores slavery in a way that needs to be shown. With that said though for me personally I’m having a hard time separate that from the fact that him and his co-writer of the movie had a hand in this young women getting raped.

    Now I know that Nate Parker was cleared of any allegations but that was only because of rule that said that because him and the girl had sex prior to the incident with in some kind of 48 hours pioror (something like that I’m a little fuzzy on the actual time) the court didn’t see him as guilty but his friend was convicted though. I’ve also heard that Nate and his friend harassed this young lady and released her name out around campus while the trial was going on.

    Plus the fact that he seems to downplay what happened he doesn’t seem remorseful Or sympathetic that this young lady took her own life because of it.

    I have nothing against the movie and the telling of the story I just feel for my own personal feelings I think I’ll just sit this one out.

    1. Mikey,

      I am with you on this one and gone have to sit this one out. While many people are saying that they want to see this story and that it needs to be told, they fail to realize that it has been told and probably better. It is called reading different books and documents pertaining to Nat, you may get a better viewpoint and without the Hollywood exaggeration and glorification.

  3. Do you all know how many movies we watch made by or featuring “alleged” rapists, murderers, racists, child abusers…

    Not defending Nate Parker, but I hardly think that’s a reason not to see the film. Plus, I don’t know the specifics of the case, but wasn’t he acquitted?

  4. The girl’s story just didn’t add up, which is sadly the case when some white girls cry rape. That’s not just a personal opinion, it was decided in court that they were innocent while they had a disadvantage. Nate was acquitted and his friend was charged, but they determined that the attorney defending his friend was inadequate and he was released. That same prejudiced attorney also refused to charge a white child molester and “went missing”.

    I thought it was intelligent and sexy. Trey is just talking about how racism works in this country. If a white man was acquitted of charges, no one would bring it back up. Now people want to drag this up to take away from this brother’s success.

  5. I definitely think we should support this movie. I done condone Nat’s actions but he went to trial and was found not guilty in the court of law. It’s very convenient that this case was brought up while the buzz for this movie was growing. It’s crazy because Nate Parker has been around for awhile, but now that he has an Oscar contender on his hands, the media brought this case up. I support the movie but not him.

    Honestly am I the only one tired of slave movies. Yes that era was apart of our culture but what about the Harlem Renaissance???? If we can get 2-3 movies a year in that setting like we do during the era of slavery, I would be happy.

  6. I saw the film at a screening earlier this year and it is incredible! Will definitely be seeing it again. I haven’t read too much into the rape allegations so I honestly don’t feel comfortable commenting on it.

  7. Damn… do y’all even know who Nat Turner was?! He was just a slave, but a revolutionary who fought for what the hell he believed in. This isn’t just some typical slave movie.

  8. So she killed herself years later because she was lying?

    She begged him over the phone to reveal the other man was he invited to smash her because she made the whole thing up?

    Obviously no one here read the transcripts. He and his friends waited outside of this woman’s classes and essentially had the whole campus harass her until she dropped out.

    The woman even got a settlement from the school because of how they handled the situation.

    You are NOT supporting black businesses by seeing this movie seeing as he sold it to a white studio for $20 million.

    To top it off, it’s not historically accurate. He’s already taken liberties with the truth with the rape being the catalyst for the revolt.

    The same friend that he invited to sex the woman while she was drunk and likely unconscious is the same one that cowrote this film.

    Shame that seeing this movie is the only way black people care to learn about their history, meanwhile most people don’t even possess a library card.

  9. Amazing you can go from “Oscar favorite …to… are you gonna go see this now ?
    I agree why didn’t this come up when “Beyond the Lights” was being pushed as “The BodyGuard” 2.0 or when he starred in that George Lucas produced film about black piliots “Red Tails”

    The new black favorite has become ” Fences” all of sudden

    Hollyweird continues to yank us …. EF EM”

  10. I’ll be honest with y’all, I do not know much about his case being that it was years ago. At the same time, when it comes to allegations of sexual assault, it does change how I feel about a person because that is a serious act for any person to commit. Now regarding this film, as Jay said, it is a shame that people rather watch a movie then to open and book. On the real, I am pretty sure some of our older family members can educate us about our history. I’m just sayin.

  11. Going to see it…They make concerted efforts to make the black man the poster child for every vice and character flaw. He was acquitted of all charges by a jury. done. Umma hold my nose and see the movie for me. Not because of the alleged rape, but the actual becky wife. He ain’t revolutionary.

  12. I can’t and won’t speculate on what happened between Nate Parker and his “alleged” victim but, I can see where Trey Songz is coming from. This whole situation brings up a lot of questions. Why is it THIS film that has brought these allegations back up? Is it because of the rape scene? His writing partner? Or something else?

    Also, it’s important to point out that in 2002 a white director and convicted child rapist Roman Polanski received the Oscar for Best Director. The man is a convicted felon who’s been hiding out in Europe for 30 yrs and can’t even come into the US because he’ll be arrested on sight. Not only did this man win he also, received a standing ovation by nearly everyone in attendance.

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