The Game Pens Open Letter To Black Women Amid "Surviving R. Kelly"

Recent occasions targeted on the victimization Black ladies have affected The Game together with those that proceed to debate the societal points which have created an setting for such narratives to unfold. The rapper has expressed empathy for these victims in a quick assertion he revealed on social media.

He begins by citing the predicaments the ladies who gave their testimonies within the documentary sequence in addition to the authorized injustice imposed on Cyntoia Brown and the homicide Jazmine Barnes. Then, he fers a name to motion. “Now is the time to offer black ladies as a lot love & respect as attainable. Especially our infants,” he wrote.”The stuff you all must undergo to have your voice heard is disheartening & the size time between the scenario or its prevalence & the individuals really beginning to give a f+!? is sickening.”

These strains are in reference to the a long time it took for R. Kelly’s alleged victims to achieve the general public’s concern. It additionally speaks to the 15 years Cyntoia Brown has served for defending herself in opposition to a person who bought her by means of the intercourse slavery commerce.

“I pray on your energy & the energy those that are weakened by mass manipulators on this world. So much occasions psychological abuse, thoughts management & ones calculated manipulative nature will be simply as unhealthy & damaging as bodily abuse. I see, hear & discover what is going on on now & will now not flip a blind eye to the plain. I’m sorry you have all had to make sure a lot & I really admire your fortitude. You are usually not alone. I’m with YOU.”