Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by Asclepias, Sep 5, 2018.
Thank you. I may visit it later when I am bored and in need of amusement.
No, he wasn't. There is an excellent documentary on George Michael. I suggest you watch it so you don't make a mistake like that again.
This is one of the influences for the rappers...
Actually he was being sarcastic. I know youre white but you cant possibly be that out of touch with Black sarcasm can you?
Hell these guys are white and they got it but you didnt? Wow West!
Stevie Wonder has TV viewers giggling with cheeky joke: 'George Michael is white?' - Smooth
One of the stars to appear was George's good friend Stevie Wonder, who left us in stitches with his tongue-in-cheek quip that he didn't realise George was white (watch the clip in full above).
Speaking on the 90-minute special, Stevie jokingly said: "You mean George is white? Are you serious? Oh my God!"
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Hello Westwall. Sadly, many rappers born in the late 60s and 70s who were raised by irresponsible, apathetic, emotionally troubled child abusing single or married mothers, grew up witnessing America@Large praising The Godfather as a great movie.
"The Godfather" is a movie depicting real life thieving, dope peddling, suic!dal, homic!dal thinking organized crime wiseguys.
Unfortunately, this flick about emotionally or mentally ill, psychopathic American people thieving, peddling dope and killing each other on American, as well as New York streets, was lauded by American media and society.
Unfortunately, abused, maltreated and neglected American kids like Shawn Carter (born 1969) Biggie (born 1972) Tupac (born 1971) Curtis Jackson III (born 1975) Nasir Jones (born 1973) adopted their own organized crime lifestyle by engaging in anti-social 'people and community harming behaviors' that I observed during the near-12 years I provided uniform and investigative police services to Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant and surrounding communities.
I do not condone anti-social behaviors, I try to understand them.
Nope. It's a music thread.
Ive been giving this some thought so i could explain to you why you are wrong.
The best I can come up with is that I just dont believe her. She was 17 when she made her first album and I dont think that she had enough life experience to carry it off. Maybe she would fare better today having been through a bit.
You dont believe that she has been invited to sing with Black legends or you dont "feel" her when she sings?
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