Thursday, April 14, 2011

Dear Ashley Judd...Fuck you.

Show: Here's a news article I read the other day peppered with my commentary as I re-read it. This is something new. I'm not gonna Jazz it up or craft some clever theory. You are getting my thoughts as they happen. This should be fun.

(AllHipHop News) Actress/abuse victim Ashley Judd had harsh words for Hip-Hop music and its "rape culture" that has been created by lyrics that demean and degrade women. posted snippets of Ashley Judd's upcoming memoir All That Is Bitter and Sweet. Ashley Judd name checked Snoop Dogg and P. Diddy in the memoir for helping fuel the misogyny in Hip-Hop music, before she trashed most of the entire genre of the music.

Show: Really. P-shiny suit-diddy and Snoop Dogg? Thats the best you could do? No Too short? Wait, shit, sounds like I'm snitchin now. I'm sayin though. This is obviously someone who doesn't listen to rap. Snoop hasnt really been Misogynistic since the Bitches aint shit 15 years He's just a Wiz Khalifa Weed Head.

"As far as I'm concerned, most rap and hip-hop music -- with it's rape culture and insanely abusive lyrics and depictions of girls and women as 'ho's' -- is the contemporary soundtrack of misogyny."

Show: Rape Culture? Wow. I mean to say that watching and listening to Gucci Mane rapes the intellectual capabilities of budding minds then fine. I'll even accept that record labels are raping the pockets of the impoverished African American communities buying records, but this...?! Come on hun. You're reaching. I've never heard a Rapper promote rape...not even of golddiggin groupies. Rap is actually the Anti-rape culture. The entire "Money over Bitches" motto is built upon easily replacing any bitch who wont fuck or gives you lip, with another, more eager replacement. Silly judd.

Ashley Judd revealed in her new book that she was sexually abused as a child.

Show: Ahhhhhhhhh. I see. Maybe her daddy raped her to Tupac's "how do you want it." Hopefully it was that song and not Tupac's "Dear Mama" while her mommy sat and watched.

And days after Ashley's stunning revelation, her mother, country legend Naomi Judd, revealed she was also an abuse victim. In her memoir, Ashley Judd also has harsh words for her mother and her own sister, Wynonna Judd. "She and my sister [Wynonna] have been quoted as saying that our family put the 'fun' in dysfunction. I wondered: 'Who, exactly, was having all the fun? What was I missing?'"

Show: Seriously. Where was the fun....sounds to me like an isolated, dark place where no one was around to hear the empty destitute cries of a young girl pillaged of her youth, battered both physically and mentally and stripped of her soul. Fun? No. This sounds like a miscarriage of family values in which the byproduct was a little girl who is now dead inside. Raped by 1 man who was supposed to protect her. That's right...1 man. How could that be fun?

I'll tell you how. It can't.

Cause it aint no fun if the homies cant have none.

Insensitive, no?

Guess I learned that from Rap culture...Cause you can't spell Rape without RAP.

I know that may have been over the line, but so is making generalizations about things you know nothing about. Sorry that your white father, or whoever decided to play hide and seek in your vagina, but dont blame an entire culture of African American Hip Hop Artists who've struggled to overcome poverty and becoming a statistic. Also, I highly doubt your alabaster rapist was listening to anything other than Lynard Skinard.

Guess it's just easy to blame "niggas" though.

Fuck Ashley Judd. I dont even know what movies you've been in.

That is all.



Cheena said...

"decided to play hide and seek in your vagina"....I actually said Oh God aloud after I read this SMH

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adameliclem said...

Diddy? She might as well have called out PM Dawn. It is curious that she singled out the "black" genre of hip-hop for condemnation, when degrading songs about women have been a staple of "white" country-western music for decades. Too close to home, perhaps? I've been listening to hip-hop for twenty-five years, and while I've heard all manner of appalling lyrics, It's not easy to think of tracks that make light of raping women; tracks making light of raping men, like, say, "Introduce his ass to the AK-40 dick" (Cube), seem more commonplace.