On Thursday ole dull Jason Whitlock pulled a dull Jason Whitlock move and jumped out of the birthday cake butt naked foamin’ at the mouth talkin’ crazy tryin’ to get mainstream America to like him. Something that he’s been known for for years now. The dun was a guest on The Herd with Colin Cowherd when ole boy asked him about how he thought LeBron handled the situation and more importantly how he responded to the media? This cat said out of his own black raised on the east side of Indianapolis mouth,
“I think it is a disrespectful inconvenience for LeBron James. He allegedly had the n-word spray-painted on his $20 million Brentwood home. He wasn’t there. His family wasn’t there. He heard about it.”
Oh there’s more bruh! He goes on to say that he felt like ole boy was actin’ like a victim when he told the press that bein’ black in America is tough. Then he continues with, “Racism is an issue in America but is primarily an issue for the poor. It’s not LeBron James’ issue. He has removed himself from the damages and the ravages of real racism. He may have an occasional disrespectful interaction with someone, a disrespectful inconvenience.”
I’d love to keep quoting’ this clown but I won’t make you read another line of that ignorance because I’m about to pull my small intestines out typin’ that foolishness.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! What blew my mind was that none of the media on television durin’ the hours before the Finals Thursday night even mentioned this foolishness. It’s crazy that other media-types would allow him to make comments that make entirely no sense and let it ride because he’s a so-called colleague. The black journalists especially should be as fired up as I am and be willin’ to call him out for his antics.
For years I’ve always said that this cat was a disgrace to the black community because his mission is to get the mainstream to love him at the expense of black folks and this is just another of example of that. Put him in the same boat at Stacy Dash and Charles Barkley.
To say that LeBron is too rich to deal with the ravages of racism is to be completely out of touch. To use the words “a disrespectful inconvenience” is to show just how ignorant he really is.
So if you’re goin’ to use the word disrespectful let’s undercover why the dun’s house was disrespected in the first place. He was disrespected because he’s black. The N-word was written on his gate because he was black bruh not because some fool randomly jumped out of their car and painted it in some old Italian lady’s gate! Where are you really from?
The fact that his house was targeted with the N-word makes it racist!! A disrespectful inconvenience is to be forgotten about at the table while waitin’ on additional silverware at a restaurant. A disrespectful inconvenience is to be left on hold by the credit card company. A disrespectful inconvenience isn’t bein’ called a “N” when you’re at home or not. The home belongs to him you idiot. So if someone writes on his property that’s called bein’ the target of a hate crime which is racist.
So to get on TV and say that because the dun is rich he can no longer be a victim of racism is ignorant. When LeBron’s kids start drivin’ and they get followed and harassed by the police for drivin’ luxury vehicles would they be too rich to call it racism? Would it still, in your mind, be called a disrespectful inconvenience?
When other black folks that are financially capable of livin’ in wealthy neighborhoods wake up with the N-word painted on their gates would that be called racism or just a disrespectful inconvenience?
Barack Obama was the most powerful man on the planet and he and his family were subjected to racism daily while he was the president!
Forget about rich folks! What about middle class or upper middle class folks that work everyday, own homes and provide for their families. Is it a disrespectful inconvenience to get called a the N-word drivin’ down the street on your way to work? Or to get a noose hung at your cubicle at work or to be denied access to home loans etc.? Is that racism or just a disrespectful inconvenience?
It’s shameful when a dun doesn’t know the difference between bein’ a sucka and a con-artist. Suckas doesn’t understand that they’re bein’ used and a con-artist tries to run game in the process of bein’ used only to find out boyz have spotted his hustle gettin’ out of the car down the street. Jason Whitlock is both. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!