Tuesday, December 11, 2007
ANOTHER CASE OF BLACK HYPOCRISY!
Thug DJ Returns To Radio Airwaves In New York... & Is Welcomed Back By The Black Community
Where is the outrage from the so-called "Black Community" about the thug radio personality Troi Torain returning to the airwaves? Black folks have been up in arms recently over the return of Don Imus to the radio airwaves. But Imus's comments were not nearly as inflammatory or offensive as the comments made by thug Troi Torain, who goes by the name DJ Star. Imus was not arrested, nor did he break the law. Imus didn't make threats to do bodily harm to anyone. I'm not excusing Imus... I am mentioning that for the purpose of juxtaposing the two incidents and to highlight the hypocrisy that runs rampant in the so-called “Black Community”.
Last year, while on the air at one of New York's biggest thug Hip Hop radio stations, Mr. Torain threatened to stalk and rape a 4 year old little girl....and then urinate on her. He also threatened her parents...and even solicited listeners to help him find out what school or daycare the child attended. See Report 1 See Report 2. I blogged about this story last year. See 2006 Report from NY Times. Where was the outrage from "Black America"? I don't know...but I do know that there was not a peep from Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the rest. NOT A WORD! They certainly did not call for any major protests against him or demand that he be fired. Now he has returned to the airwaves....and still...no protests... no outrage from the "Black Community". But Negroes had an epileptic fit over Don Imus? This is one of those things that sometimes makes me hate my racial identity.
Oh… . This is just more wholesome and nourishing Black entertainment for the youth, right? Yeah… this is what Blacks often try to convince people of. I get so tired of these ignorant and misguided Negroes who try to argue that Rap/Hip Hop culture and its degenerate music and images are no problem. They constantly make excuses for this culture, which is why none of the problems that plague the so-called “Black Community” have ever been addressed and will never be addressed. Too many Blacks are walking around with blinders on…. denying or ignoring the problems in their community and in their culture.
Take the Black on Black crime rate for instance. There is a self-canabalism taking place within the so-called Black community right now. Street gangs control entire neighborhoods in urban America. And the problems are exacerbated by Blacks keeping their blinders on... along with this "no snitching" mentality. This has allowed the criminals to prey on those who look like them without much fear of any serious consequences. I think John McWhorter and Jason Whitlock may be on to something with the "Black KKK" analogy. Thanks to Plez World for the McWhorter piece.
This is why I don’t identify with Black Popular Culture….and I have no regrets.
This nonsense (Black hypocrisy) seems to be par for the course. I was thumbing through radio stations in my car the other day and ran across one of the local Black stations…and they were holding one of their radio contests. One of the callers was overjoyed at the fact that she won the contest…. What was the prize you ask? Two tickets to see R. Kelly. Yep… THAT R. Kelly…. The child rapist. He is on yet another tour.  . He still hasn’t gone to prison, nor has he even gone to trial for the 2002 rape of a teenage girl. And I suspect folks in corrupt Chicago are being paid off to continue to delay the trial. I doubt if there will be a trial at all… and that would be just fine with his Black supporters.
And yes…. His concert venues have been selling out since the rape charges. The rape charges made him more of a hero in the Black community. Go figure. Any other culture would have ostracized the thug and child rapist. But in Black culture… the more crimes you commit and the more severe your crimes are, the more of a hero you become.