The Airing of Grievances
Monday, November 15, 2004
So now he wants to be black? That's funny.
Michael Jackson's feud with Eminem spilled on to the streets of New York as the self-styled King of Pop's fans listened to their hero slam the rapper during a protest over a music video depicting a Jackson look-alike in a bed with children (as we reported here.)Hey Michael, not for nothing, but your standing to call out another for disrespecting "our community" is pretty much non-existent. Yes, you too were once part of "our community," but you certainly are no longer, and you've certainly shown "our community" a good deal of "disrespect" while breaking, I mean bleaching, away. Perhaps I'm off here and by "our community" you mean a community of vaudeville clowns and freaks, and if so, my bad. But so long as you're referring to the "black community", well, I'll go ahead and speak on their behalf and tell you to go fuck yourself buddy.
"It's demeaning and disrespectful...and I also want to make it clear that it's not just about Michael Jackson but about a pattern of disrespect that he has shown to our community."
As an aside, I know it's been said a gazillion times, but the Jackson crew is seriously one of the more dysfunctional public families of all-times. Perhaps if Crazy Joe had a taser instead of a belt things just may have worked out a little bit better. Perhaps.