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Black news - Kanya West and Taylor SwiftEntertainer Kanye West is surprised that he is losing bookings since his on stage rudeness to singer, Taylor Swift. West seems surprised that white superstars such as Justin Timberlake and others are not hiring him for bookings and traveling with them. His clothing company has closed down. The same thing happened to singer Michael Jackson when he used the phrase "Jew Me" some years ago and had to repress the record to take out the phrase because it was said to insult the Jewish community.

The conclusion to be drawn is that white entertainers protect and stand by their women and their people. On the contrary black entertainers seem to flourish when they insult black females and the whole black community by using the N word in their entertainment acts. When white radio personality Dr. Laura used the N word she got complaints and quit her show. Likewise when Don Imus, also white, called the Rutgers female basketball players a bunch of "Nappy headed Hoes" he lost his show. When black entertainers use the N word they get more work like Jamie Fox and Snoop Dogg.

When will black entertainers stop using the derogatory word and calling it a word of endearment? There is nothing endearing about the word N----r. Neither is it cute to wear pants sagging so low that your underwear shows in public. And no one wants to see the crack of your behind.

Maybe Kanye West can lead the charge to return to civility and dressing for success rather than dressing for arrest like gangsters. No one should hold their breath!

 

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