Black Entertainment : Activists Demand Apology From Actress Daniele Watts Over LAPD Accusations

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    Najee Ali. Who admits he and Earl got played. Smh. That's why I questioned where this went down in the first place. These negroes are dangerous because they now get praised for protecting the LAPD's "integrity" at a time when they also played a role in quieting down the protests after the murder of Ezell Ford. Good law abiding citizens thanks to revelations from TMZ. I'm starting to hate this city...again.
     
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    Now that you mention it, I do remember hearing this too. But regardless of whether they spoke out on this actress or not, I feel more appalled by her story than they probably do. She's obviously not supporting our cause for real. This is a time when we need to be focusing on Michael Brown and police brutality and murder of black men and women, that seems to keep happening, as recently as a few days ago. This is not a time to be hi-jacking the movement to fight for the right for a black woman to be smooching with a white man in Porn City or anywhere else in public, even if she wasn't having sex in public. Those photos and the phone calls tell me she probably went far enough.

    In most of America, when the police stick there nose in something like this that deep, and the boyfriend is black, there's a better chance those white cops would be asking her if he was raping her. These are stories I heard growing up with brothers. So imaging if the girl was white. That's the more common assumption if you want to make this a civil rights issue. But again, we have bigger fish to fry as black men and women, especially at a time like this.
     
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    She got her Negro wake up call for being a traitor to her race. The Negro bed wench syndrome is running wild in our community.
     
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