77 thoughts on “Rihanna's Latest Video 'Man Down' Continues To Generate Controvery


  1. I guess taking the law into one’s hand today is controversial, other than that I see nothing wrong with the video. It is good to hear something with a distinct Caribbean flavour from her.

    If the past counts for anything then I think she has another hit on her hands.

    I like um.


  2. Rihanna’s video isn’t nothing like other what’s called gangster rap where you see gang fight and killing. The only message that it might have sent is taking care of anyone who harms you which can be a mix message; But as for Jamaicans being upset about this is the biggest joke in the world. Buju had a song about shooting gays in the head, and that was a hit. On a TV talk show Shabba was asked about the song, and he voiced his opinion, and that ended his run in the USA business wise; I think that Rihanna is just being targeted for just about every, and anything right about now; But the funny thing about it all is that she’s just doing a job that’s given to her; She isn’t the one who is directing the show; How much power does she have in regards to what she sings if she wants to keep working at her craft? I am sure that the people in-charge didn’t see anything wrong with it since their name is also on the label; Folks needs to get off here back for a change;


  3. Rihanna made a small error.

    She aimed the wrong place.
    Eunuchs are not equipped to abuse and cause pain and suffering.


  4. Why is there the view by some that because we can’t criticize some of Rihanna’s music? Is it because she is Bajan? If a Jamaican artist was doing it would we feel the same?


  5. @DAVID
    When Buju Banton made that song about shooting gays in the head the Jamaicans stood up and said they didn’t care for gay people. This is when Shabba was interviewed on a Talk Show in the US and was asked what he thought about the song. He stood up for the song. The funny thing was the person who sang the song apologized, and continued to make money in the music industry. But Shabba Ranks was no longer a hit, or never been heard of since; My point is why the Jamaicans are so upset about Rihanna’s video, but accepted the song Buju Banton made against Gays???


  6. Recently a British TV programme presenter, of Barbadian stock, was repeatedly called a nigger , by a British fashion designer, who could not see what the fuss in using the word nigger was all about, since many blacks in NY, especially in Rap Music refer to other blacks as Niggers. By the same token, Jamaica may accept one of its own Buju Banton singing out against gays,or things Jamaican, but its a different kettle of fish when an outsider comes in and do it. Many of us would be up in arms if an outsider comes in here and sing any of our calypsos which poke fun and ridicule at our politicians ,leaders and others in the community.
    Lets not start again to play the Jamaican-Bajan card.


  7. @David,

    Of course we CAN criticize some of Rihanna’s music but I Hants believe rapists should NOT be shot in the Head but in the groin so they can be allowed to continue living without their weapon.

    But doan mine me cause my favourite TV shows are CSI Miami, Criminal Minds and Law and Order SVU.


  8. @Charlie Cadogan

    My point is why the Jamaicans are so upset about Rihanna’s video, but accepted the song Buju Banton made against Gays???
    ____________________________________________
    Because in the mind of many Caribbean men, rape is acceptable, but gays are not, mainly because they are uncertain about their own masculinity.


  9. @Hants

    To what extent do we know if Rihanna is part of the problem? Can we do anything about it anyway? Is will all past under the guise of art anyway.


  10. @ David,

    How could Rihanna be part of the problem? Please explain.

    Rape is a violent criminal act.


  11. Wait Bob Marley din shoot Sheriff?

    Personally I would have preferred Rihanna to shoot a person with rank too … like a “Sargent”, and rid the world of the opinions of a half foolish person …!


  12. OFF TOPIC:::

    Barbados Constitution

    Renunciation of citizenship
    7. Any citizen of Barbados who has attained the age of twenty-one years and who –
    a. is also a citizen or national of any other country; or
    b. intends to become a citizen or national of any other country, shall be entitled to renounce his citizenship of Barbados by a declaration made and registered in such manner as may be prescribed:

    Why then does the government website state that it is ok to have dual citizenship?

    http://www.foreign.gov.bb/pageselect.cfm?page=112


  13. Marty robbins shoot too
    David Estwick brandished a gun and said come and go outside if you is a bad. David Estwick intended to shoot
    Ronald Jones shoots off his mout


  14. If Rhianna did not sing or participate in the video, bet your life it would have been another entertainer. Most likely she was best suited for this video, plain and simple.

    It’s ok for us to praise or to criticize her but how many of us are willing to come to her rescue should she turn down
    certain gigs and no paycheck.


  15. David wrote “Isn’t the issue about the video Rihanna shooting a man?”
    Yes; A man who RAPED her.

    In that context the video is fine with me.


  16. Alien

    Sorry to tell you but this is not the precedent that you think it is. This Bohemian song is about state sponsored murder, and that is a totally different thing altogether. A crime of passion is something I believe understandable but this song and the acceptance “Ive got to go” bullshit does not wash with me ..


  17. @Anonymous.
    “….shall be entitled to renounce his citizenship of Barbados by a declaration made and registered in such manner as may be prescribed:”

    ”Shall be” suggests voluntarily and not compulsory.


  18. About eight actual senseless murders so far this year took place in this beautiful little island, and we are worried about Rihanna’s video.
    That is really carrying Ostrich-sizing to the limit. Lets deal head on with reality,and stop burying our heads and arses in the sand.


    • One thing is for sure, Rihanna has turn the glare of the spotlight on the scourge of domestic abuse.


  19. Bohemian rhapsody – a tale of state sponsored murder?
    Never heard that before.
    Seems more like regret from Freddie for giving one of his many close friends a fatal dose of Aids with his ” Put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger, now he’s dead”
    God rest them all though after their short but colourful lives.


  20. @David,
    It might be oxymoronic but as I hath stated before either on this blog or BFP (before I stopped blogging on their site).

    I am a vindictive(fact) bastard(fact); a character flaw for sure but I own it.


  21. @ Rihanna’s lyric:
    “…boom
    And end a nigga, end a niggas life so soon…”

    @ Charles S.Cadogan Sr

    “I think that Rihanna is just being targeted for just about every, and anything right about now; But the funny thing about it all is that she’s just doing a job that’s given to her; She isn’t the one who is directing the show; How much power does she have in regards to what she sings if she wants to keep working at her craft? I am sure that the people in-charge didn’t see anything wrong with it since their name is also on the label;”

    Very interesting points, the subject matter clearly is a provocative one; (hence we are debating it) it carries enormous ramifications involving taking a life, murder, hints of black-on-black violence (apparently so…from the lyrics above) and the possible effect it is likely to have on vulnerable and impressionable people who sees mega stars like Rihanna as demigods.

    Overall, how does it fit into the general picture of the stereotypic Hollywood image of the despicable and dispensable black man that is usually gun-downed blown-up etc or the more modern 50, Tu Pac, Biggie Small, Jah Rule violence that is growing and impose itself in the psyche like the ‘Statue of Liberty’ impose itself in the psyche of Americans. Shouldn’t anyone be held responsible for any disturbance that the song might generate?

    Relatively and quantitatively speaking is she or her cohorts any les a monument in the eyes and spirits of their fans?


  22. @CB

    Thats my interpretation as well, shall be entitled means that she has an entitlement to make the decsioin if she so desires, if it had said shall give up her barbadian citizenship, it means there is no choice and it must be done. The framers were very clever with that wording.

    I am no lawyer though yah hear.


  23. @Colonel Buggy

    “About eight actual senseless murders so far this year took place in this beautiful little island, and we are worried about Rihanna’s video.
    That is really carrying Ostrich-sizing to the limit. Lets deal head on with reality,and stop burying our heads and arses in the sand”

    With Rihanna demagogic, demigod- like statue there could possibly be more.

    Remember Charles Manson who said The Beatles lyrics made him commit those murders?


  24. I don’t want to infringe on this thread too much but here is what my dictionary says on the matter of “shall”

    Shall – used in laws, regulations, or directives to express what is mandatory (compulsory) ‹it shall be unlawful to carry firearms›

    In other words one has no choice in the matter. Maybe someone with a legal background can clarify this for us.


  25. Rihanna is so huge right now that if she sneezes the world is going to look in here direction.

    Persons need to realize that some music videos are now miniature movies. What doesn’t shock in the movies shouldn’t shock in these music video.

    On another note Barbados should create a museum or something towards Rihanna, which could become a major tourist attraction.

    Rihanna tries to place us more and more on the map, and we should also do something special for her.

    When that young lady shout to the world Barbados I love you, I suspect that many many persons run to Google to find out what is a Barbados that Rihanna loves.


  26. @Anonymous

    “Rihanna is so huge right now that if she sneezes the world is going to look in here direction”

    You mean catch a cold’

    If she is our foremost reprehensive (As you appear to be suggesting) we might as well sink in the Sea

    Government Ministers, Church Ministers and Youth Leaders all over the world are pleading for their young people to be protected from the like of Rihanna…and they are referring to her by name. I guess they are saying that their good girls are going BAD. Do you still want to affirm the Barbados link PROUDLY?


  27. @ FrankTalk

    Would you suggest we sever all links? Do you know that when Bob Marley first started in Jamaica some Jamaicans wanted to sever that link with him. Today though dead Bob Marley is the poster boy of JAmaica’s tourism.

    Because Rihanna sung the song good girl gone bad, does it mean she is a good girl gone bad? Outside of her music do you get the impression she is a good girl gone bad?

    Neither do I.


  28. I still feel she could a’ mek dah vidia in Ba’bados … Wait, we ain’ got good lookin’ people too?


  29. She is portraying the lyrics of her song. If therefore there be any condemnation condemn the lyrics of the song because she did say that she shot a man. At least she aint singing the smut that vibe kartel (not sure of the spelling) sings. Bunch a shite about sex and male and female organs. Utter crap.


  30. FrankTalk wrote “Government Ministers, Church Ministers and Youth Leaders all over the world are pleading for their young people to be protected from the like of Rihanna”

    I thought we had to protect our young people and children from some of them “leaders”.


  31. There are some who say Frederick Bulbulia’s “…Rhapsody” is actually not murder, but what many saw as the Zanzibar native describing when he started putting aside his heterosexuality (“…just killed a man…”), however there are numerous theories abounding and Freddie himself, as always, was himself very vague about a Declared Definition of the classic tune.


  32. @ Anonymous

    “Because Rihanna sung the song good girl gone bad, does it mean she is a good girl gone bad? Outside of her music do you get the impression she is a good girl gone bad?”

    (Answer) I only know of Rihanna from what she performs and sings… Oh yes! and the basa basa she had with her man(?)


  33. I kno two men rite now dat I wood like ta shoot me point-blank.
    Donville Inniss n David Estwick.
    I doan k how big dem gunz is, i want dem ta shoot me.
    End a story.

    BAF
    I in able wid you a’tall.
    I gun leh you get a ‘free-feel’ a de silikones.
    You could handle doe?

    One a Rihanna uncles pass n gimme a shout de udda day but we doan evva discuss she so I in even kno wah he tink bout she.
    He sexy as shoite but we is jess platonic frenz. He too sexy doe. Lawddddddd


  34. Should have been made in Bim. Why give them dread Jamaicans the free advert. Sing on Ri Ri,…i want to shoot some of dem too.


  35. I would not be a bit surprise if Rhi Rhi gets an award for dis. She did the best she could do with what was given to she to act out.

    Pepuls, go work mundee marning and tell you employer wunna dont wanna be part of a new project. See if the boss dont show wunna de door.

    It’s time tuh stop nit piking @ evating she involve wid.


  36. Rihanna is doing very well for herself but as Youth Ambassador for Barbados, I don’t think she is living up to the expectations of or is she a true mentor for our youth.


  37. woman can’t live with ’em can’t live without ’em – – according to (the oxymoronically named term) “Woman’s Logic” Woman are Queens / Nuns / Always Right and all Men are abusive sexist and misogynist –


  38. Here is what the Chairman of the BTA posted yesterday on his FB page:

    Adrian M. Elcock

    I am here in Baltimore at the first Rihanna Loud Concert in the USA. I am in awe watching some 15,000 people of all ethnicities screaming, clapping, and cheering, waving the Broken Trident for this young, sensational, and talented Barbadian Rockstar! Barbados…she is one of ours and she delivers!

     

    19 hours ago via BlackBerry ·Like ·

    Jessica White, Broadcast Barbados, Michelle Springer and 44 others like this.

    Paul Worrell luck you wish i was there

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    Lisanne Oliver cheese on bread….

    19 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Peter Gilkes Very good progam to be on with this GEM of Barbadian soil, may she go from strength to strength in what ever she chooses to do. enjoy the Concert Adrian.

    19 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Jessica White snap a few pics with the BB and post Mr.Elcock, just for us poor folks elsewhere…

    19 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Adrian M. Elcock Just did Jessica! The lights make it difficult but I am sharing!

    19 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Jessica White Thank you>> I will check your wall in a few mins…

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    Delores Sealy So glad to hear that u could see our singing sensation perform !!! Take lots of pics ,,,, and enjoy !!!

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    Allison D’Hayle That’s great Adrian. I just returned from Europe and she is HUGE there. I don’t think that bajans really understand the effect she has on the world. That girl has made her mark. I was extremely proud as I moved through Italy and Paris and could hear her music everywhere

    10 hours ago · Like · 4 people

     

    Adrian M. Elcock

    I echo your sentiments completely Alison. It really is a spectacle! I witnessed young ladies with hair paint spraying their hair red! I witnessed people singing along to songs word for word, that I myself didn’t know. Rihanna sold out this venue for the first show of her new tour and executed flawlessly. I saw the crowd go wild for the now controversial "Man Down" and bobbed their heads to the pulsating rhythm of the beat. Let me bold to say that we need to protect her and try to understand the world/industry in which she does her work. We may not always understand or like what she does, but does that define who she is as a person or does it define her as an astute businesswoman! Two different things.

    9 hours ago · Like · 5 people

     

    Biggie Irie Tell them my friend….it’s only the few Jackasses from bout hey that don’t appreciate her and what she does. But the more they criticize, the more she represents. I AM PROUD OF RHIANNA.

    9 hours ago · Like · 4 people

     

    Joy-Anne Casandra Crichlow I like ,i like, i like

    9 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Cheryl Carter We have a group of fifteen going to her first concert in Canada tomorrow night here in Toronto!!

    8 hours ago · Like

     

    Denise Mendes Everything on here was well said…nothing for me to add…

    8 hours ago · Like

     

    Sher Houston Wicked! The sooner you bring her to Barbados on tour the better!!

    8 hours ago · Like · 1 person

     

    Gaynelle Marshall Did you shout her for me?? Lol

    2 hours ago · Like

     

    Adrian M. Elcock Haha, Gaynelle…I shouted out for Barbados!

    about an hour ago · Like

     

    Gaynelle Marshall That’s good enough for me. Btw if you need an able volunteer to join on your next "Rihanna we love you" trip, call a girl. I’ll take one for the Bajan team 🙂

    about an hour ago · Like

     

    Adrian M. Elcock Lol

    about an hour ago · Like

     

    Jessica White Adrian, i just saw clips from the concert…my goodness…seems people got their money worth and then some…lol…show was spicy, our own Bajan has taken over the reigns from Janet Jackson and others…who would have thought that was possible…That young lady has such talent, she has taken the world by storm..really proud of her…


  39. Tell them my friend….it’s only the few Jackasses from bout hey that don’t appreciate her and what she does. But the more they criticize, the more she represents. I AM PROUD OF RHIANNA.

    What a thing for an entertainer to say. Those few jackasses may well be his supporters.


  40. Ba’bados ain’ata got nah money, but he got time to be at this concert and braggin’. When are these assholes going to deliver? Tired of this traveling at tax payers expense with nothing to show for it. Tighten your belts we are told. Shite these men plan to tighten their belts by making their stomachs bigger …


  41. Got this from Mail Online:
    More than S&M? Rihanna strips off into a revealing two-piece outfit as she displays her most risqué dance moves yet

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    She has a history of highly-sexualised and provocative performances.
    But last night Rihanna took it to another level as she took to the stage for her Loud tour in Baltimore, Maryland.
    The 23-year-old singer pulled out all the stops to get temperatures rising as she slipped into a revealing pair of hot-pants and a bra and thrusted her way through her songs with some of her most risqué dance moves yet.

    Provocative: Last night pop star Rihanna took provocative to another level as she took to the stage for her Loud tour in Baltimore, Maryland
    The Bajan star’s embellished two-piece left little to the imagination as it clung tightly to her dangerous curves.
    She paired the racy look with some hot-pink vinyl ankle boots and giant florescent hoop earrings to add extra wow factor.
    Starting out the performance in a metallic blue mini-trench she stripped down on stage into the revealing attire, much to the delight of the crowd.

    Sexually charged: The singer pulled out all the stops to get temperatures rising by slipping into a revealing hot-pants and bra as she thrusted her way through her songs with some of her most risqué dance moves yet
    Then, in a series of suggestive moves, Rihanna proceeded to crawl around on her hands and knees, grind her hips and make gestures to her crotch.
    The crowd went even more crazy when the pop star greeted her fans as she knelled on the stage.
    The risqué performance comes after Rihanna was forced to defend her controversial new music video Man Down, insisting ‘this is the real world’.
    Taking to Twitter, she attacked her critics, claiming she was a ‘rockstar not a parent’ and saying she had ‘the freedom to make art’.

    Revealing: The Bajan star’s embellished two-piece left little to the imagination, clinging tightly to her dangerous curves

    Skimpy: Her embellished briefs were of the high cut variety
    Man Down attracted the wrath of the Parents Television Council, who blasted Rihanna for showing a ‘cold, calculated execution of murder’.
    The video shows her taking revenge on a rapist by gunning him down in a crowded train station.
    But Rihanna, herself a victim of domestic violence, disagreed with the criticism.
    ‘I’m a 23 year old rockstar with NO KIDS! What’s up with everybody wanting me to be a parent? I’m just a girl, I can only be your/our voice!’ she wrote.

    Fan favourite: The crowd went wild when Rihanna greeted her fans from the stage

    Rear view: Rihanna gave the audience an eyeful of her toned derrière
    And in an apparent direct response to the PTC she added: ‘Cuz we all know how difficult/embarrassing it is to communicate touchy subject matters to anyone especially our parents!
    ‘The music industry isn’t exactly Parents R Us! We have the freedom to make art, LET US! Its your job to make sure they don’t turn out like US.’
    The council said in a statement: ‘Rihanna’s personal story and status as a celebrity superstar provided a golden opportunity for the singer to send an important message to female victims of rape and domestic violence.

    Colourful: The singer also had a graffitied car as one of her stage props and two back-up dances in revealing fringed frocks
    ‘Instead of telling victims they should seek help, Rihanna released a music video that gives retaliation in the form of premeditated murder the imprimatur of acceptability.’
    Media justice group Industry Ears also criticised BET for airing the video.
    ‘If Chris Brown shot a woman in his new video and BET premiered it, the world would stop,’ Industry Ears co-founder Paul Porter said.

    Controversy: The risqué performance comes after Rihanna was forced to defend her controversial new music video Man Down, insisting ‘this is the real world’
    ‘Rihanna should not get a pass and BET should know better. The video is far from broadcast worthy.’
    Today, a defiant Rihanna praised her fans for their support, tweeting: ‘Thank you for the amazing response on ManDownVideo I love you guys, and I love that u GOT IT!!’
    It’s the second time in as many weeks Rihanna attracted criticism from the PTC – she was slammed for her kinky performance with Britney Spears at the Billboard Awards.

    Electric blue: She started out the performance in a metallic blue mini trench before stripping down on stage into the revealing attire
    Last year, Rihanna was also criticised for being too provocative when she performed her hit song What’s My Name, for the X Factor finale in the UK.
    Once again she thrusted her way through her solo performance in tiny pants and strapless bra.
    The X Factor had 3,215 complaints lodged with the regulator making it the most moaned-about show last year. with no other programme coming close to talent show.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1394672/Rihanna-strips-revealing-piece-displays-risqu-dance-moves-yet.html#ixzz1OXQffLBF


  42. smooth chocolate

    Seriously, if you did a man I would let fly, but I is a respectful fella so I gun be plain … She look toooo sweet nah


  43. Here is a video of Rihanna of a fan copying all of her dance moves.

    Here is a video of Rihanna performing the controversial lap dance on a fan. It appears for copyright reasons most of it was not captured on the video:


  44. OMARION SPEAKS ABOUT RIHANNA ILLUMINATI RUMOURS “THERE’S A VERY DARK AND SINISTER SIDE OF THE BUSINESS”
    Fast forward to now [and] it really made me think that there is a [time as an artist] where there’s going to be a choice. The[entertainment] world [dictates] that you have to be with three or four women, or do this in order to get that [and] I think it’s really interesting. With God and the industry, it’s really dark. The dark side is having to get in, there’s a certain submission you need to have. Just like a gang [initiation], so to speak. You might have to do something against your moral code. I’m not saying that it’s always this way, but when you’re someone that is young and you’re coming up in the industry and you really don’t have a grip on your morals it can be very dark. The game is just about over saturation.

    I don’t know if Rihanna [has fallen victim to those pressures]. I’ve never really heard her speak about it. I hope that she doesn’t believe in that stuff and I don’t think that she does, but I don’t know. It’s not just been a Rihanna thing, [there’s has been religious speculation] about a lot of artists.


  45. @ KIKI

    I have resisted making any comment on this young woman less my personal feelings spill over in a egregious RANT*…

    But let me ask you a simple question…

    DO YOU BELIEVE THAT IT IS POSSIBLE FOR RIHANNA WITH ALL HER SHENANIGANS TO BE STILL UNTAINTED FROM THE SOPHISTRY OF SATANIC WORSHIP & THE DARK, LURID UNDERWORLD OF THE OCCULT?

    Intellectual honesty should produce a resoundingly negative answer!!!


  46. Rihanna’s Shame Over Jay-Z Rumors

    RIHANNA was so embarrassed by rumors she landed her record deal by embarking on a sexual relationship with JAY-Z, she couldn’t look him in the face.

    Stories surfaced alleging the Umbrella beauty was more than just the rapper’s business acquaintance when she first made it into the industry.
    And even Rihanna’s close friends in her native Barbados believed she’d jumped into bed with the hip-hop mogul to seal the deal – but she insists the false stories left her cringing.

    She says, “It was like: ‘Of course she had to give Jay-Z oral sex to get that deal.’ That rumour was everywhere in Barbados and it was so disgusting. It made me feel really weird. I would even be weird around Jay-Z. I wouldn’t be able to look him in the eye.

    “One day, he called and he was like, ‘Yo, you can’t buy into these rumours. You can’t let people move you with anything they say.’ The rumours got very funny to me after that.”

    http://www.contactmusic.com/news.nsf/story/rihannas-shame-over-jay-z-rumours_1123450


  47. What is lamentable is that the Fenty’s seem incapable of engineering any real direction for Rihanna’s life and she’s left to run amuck…

    She is clearly going down the wrong road – embracing the shadows in the darkness without being cognizant of the consequences…

    Sadly, if she is not careful, like artistes before her who crashed and burned – she too will find herself so engulfed by the miasma of the darkness around her that it is going to overwhelm and destroy her eventually.

    Like others who are equally deluded, she is setting a terrible example for her young, impressionable audience and there is nothing amusing about how these subliminal effects play out in everyday life in our social and personal relationships.

    But the blind will continue to lead the blind until they ALL* fall into a bottomless pit…


  48. Terence Blackett | June 8, 2011 at 3:38 PM |

    What is lamentable is that the Fenty’s seem incapable of engineering any real direction for Rihanna’s life and she’s left to run amuck…

    TB…….please STFU!!


  49. Used to the Rihanna ‘controversy. So, just watched the video, listened to the lyrics.

    This is a Work of Art. The levells of imagery, double-meaning and the messages even, ensure that this results in a tremendous piece of work.

    I reallty fail to understand the objection, On an artistic level, this may be Rihanna’s best work yet.

    Similarly to the queries on many musical pieces, such as the above mentioned Bohemian Rhapsody, for which the explanations above reflect the many meanings, all valid, this generates the same.

    I even saw a news piece where a woman criticised Police’s (Sting) Every Breath You Take ridiculously, for in her opinion, validating stalking.

    Some interpretations can be valid, some ridiculous, albeit art will always result in many interpretations.

    Surely some can see the imagery of the gun and her shooting a man in Central Station being purely abstract, referring to emotional cut down.

    Certainly, it can be taken literally, but then one must revert to the literal meaning of hurt and devastation generated by a rape, thus the retaliation, not necessarily right, but heartfelt?

    Further, in such retaliation is the expressed regret, the angst that followed the retribution, yet resulting from an undeniable answer to a humiliation, a devastation?

    Alternately, the angst could be the hurt from destroying not the man, but his emotions, the imagery of the vioence being just as real as killing a man’s heart, sticky situation that resulted in her retalisation and destruction of his emotional being, yet then regret?

    A Work of Art.


  50. @Mr TB [Hope you ain’t angry shouting using your CAPS LOCKS]
    There is illuminati symbolism on the dollar bill which to me represents corruption in power
    .. and in so much negative music promoted that big people don’t notice the tits and arses / swearing and guns images (let alone the damage caused to sensitive children). When positive music breaks then the industry perverts it and certain DJ’s like westwood and rodigan promote it


  51. @KIKI

    Please don’t deduce what has not been inferred…

    Remember the ‘ole BAJAN* maxim – “STICK & STONES…”

    I am yet to see any real positivity coming out of the BOWELS* of the entertainment industry…

    Hip-Hop as a genre has been hijacked by DEMONIC* forces and like the SEX*, DRUGS & ROCK ‘n’ ROLL movement of the 1960’s had come home to roost in the 20th century… The emergence of HIP-HOP in the 1980’s is coming home to roost now in the 21st century and its pervasiveness is being felt especially amongst our young men & women who are being brainwashed with a new decadent form of amoral socialization…

    It easily simplistic for “FOOLS” to jump on to any bandwagon because as people we are happy to “WORSHIP” celebrities; have the utmost respect for “IMBECILES” who have a few pieces of paper of depreciable value sitting in an investment bank; or have masked themselves with some illusory facade (or IMAGE) that we buy into through mass mediazation…

    All this reverence and worship of other human beings who frankly can’t even save themselves from a down-pour of rain, we are quick to defend, laud and applaud as if they were “gods”…

    How pathetic can we really be!!!

    For the record, I will NEVER* be silent on the issues!!!

    If you ask me (OR NOT), be prepared for a radical interventionist position that will not pull any punches…

    Take it or leave it!!!


  52. May GOD* have mercy on RIHANNA* – she SOLD* her SOUL* for a morsel of bread….

    I wonder if she knows the “PRICE” and the COST* that will be incurred to “BUY” it back?

    The wages of sin is DEATH*** – but the “GIFT” of GOD* is eternal life through JESUS CHRIST* our Lord!!!


  53. Unfortunately the powers that be will shortly clampdown on all forms of questioning authority’s stories with any hypotheses on the internet and will lick perpetrator’s with a beating stick to keep y’all under manners


  54. Farhan has produced an 11 video research diary and I have given you the 1st one above… The evidence is there for anyone to judge for themselves… If in good conscious after exploring the evidence anyone can safely say that what they have seen is not deleterious and terminally injurious to a quality life – then “FOOLS” are willing to walk where “ANGELS” will fear to trod…


  55. If music is the means of communicating in the black community to create the tribal unity then the illuminati deliberately corrupt children’s mind to divide and rule by creating disunity and no harmony, so drink your wine to feel fine

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