Boosie love him or hate him speaks straight from the heart. In the case his gives his thoughts on gay culture being pushed on the population through the media to children.
The young prophet predicted this along time ago. Bow down.
First person I have seen in the media who actually said what they honestly felt and didn’t go down the politically correct route to appease the public who have been forced to accept this without question.
He spoke the gospel. Even though he has walked his comments back at bit, we all know he was 100% serious.
Snoop Dogg joined the ranks of public figures who’ve shared less-than-sensitive reactions to Caitlyn Jenner’s transition on social media, sharing a meme Wednesday (June 3) that compares the coverage of Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover with the coverage of Akon‘s charitable initiatives.
The image has a picture of Akon with the caption “Shout out to Akon! He is about to supply 60 million africans with solar power. Im really upset that this isn’t major news but that science project bruce jenner is #Society.” Snoop added: “News flash @Akon. Tune into ggn [his weekly online talk show] for some real news.”
The Cleveland Cavaliers’ J.R. Smith also shared the meme but has since deleted it.
The mass distraction tactics are in full effect courtesy of the Kardashian Klan. First Kim K. announces she is pregnant with baby number two, and now we have Bruce announcing him self as ‘Caitlyn Jenner’. With all this adulation for his transformation there is no mention in any interviews of him being sued for killing someone in a tragic car accident in February. The matrix is alive and well and working to perfection.
via Vanity Fair
NEW YORK, N.Y.—Speaking publicly for the first time since completing gender transition, Caitlyn Jenner compares her emotional two-day photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz for the July cover of Vanity Fair to winning the gold medal for the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics. She tells Pulitzer Prize–winning V.F. contributing editor and author of Friday Night Lights Buzz Bissinger, “That was a good day, but the last couple of days were better. . . . This shoot was about my life and who I am as a person. It’s not about the fanfare, it’s not about people cheering in the stadium, it’s not about going down the street and everybody giving you ‘that a boy, Bruce,’ pat on the back, O.K. This is about your life.”