In spite of what Isiah Thomas, co-defendent in the Madison Square Garden/New York Knicks sexual harassment case said in his deposition, calling a woman a b**ch is not a black thing.
….And it’s not a rap thing either. Rappers did not create this enviornment of disrespect but, of course, they have helped to exacerbate an already nasty situation.
Excuse me while I scream into my pillow…..
….That feels better…
Am I supposed to feel good that Isiah, and those of his ilk, would defend my “honor” against a white man who would dare to utter the word but would demean me using that same word?
Sorry, my brothers. I’m not feeling that.
I am nobody’s b**ch. Call me out of my name and you will get your a** handed to you. Oh, I’m not going to scream and shout thus giving you the satisfaction of calling me “an angry black b**ch” on top of it. No, using my sharp wit and even sharper mind, I will calmly inform you that I do not answer to such.
No drama. Save that for your mama.
Oh, by the way, is it okay to call HER a b**ch?