‘Did we accept a religion based on oppression or due diligence,’ Efia Odo asked as if to question every religious person.
Let me ask, did you accept your religion based on oppression or due diligence?
Kwesi Arthur was at the West Wood Crib Session to deliver a hot freestyle, published on the 4th of March 2019 by Tim West Wood Tv.
In the freestyle, I noticed some few lines that, I think, he needs answers to. (I hope it answers some of your own questions).
Jussie Smollett, after his attack on 29th January 2019, sat with ABC News’ Robin Roberts for his first interview. In that interview, published on the 15th of February 2019, Jussie detailed the night of his attack. He said the attack happened at about 2am as he was leaving a Subway Restaurant in Chicago.
According to him, the two attackers got his attention by yelling racial and homophobic slurs at him, and they put a noose around his neck and poured an unknown substance, likely bleach, on him.
“One immigration guy out there somewhere in the west had the nerve to ask me how I was going to take care of myself while on visit cos he knew we ‘Africans’ are poor… that n***a took me from 0 to a 100 so quick,” Sarkodie wrote.
This guy, according to Sarkodie, knew Africans were poor. He didn’t however assume they were. Rather, it was his knowledge (as to what kind) about Africans that drove him to ask how Sarkodie was going to take care of himself while on a visit.
According to Tamra Simmons, one of the executive producers of the Docuseries, this evidence of s*xual abuse charged against R. Kelly has gone way back to two decades.
‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ the Docuseries, has been watched by millions of people around the globe, as young women tell their story of how they survived s*xual assault from the celebrated RnB singer, R. Kelly— A name his ex-wife would like to separate from his real name, Robert Kelly.