Yesterday in a blog post, I mentioned how Megan Thee Stallion tweeted about Black women being unprotected. After her tweet, Megan's detractors started spreading the narrative that Megan Thee Stallion needs to "snitch" on Tory Lanez to protect Black women. I am only addressing this bullsh*t because it goes beyond Megan Thee Stallion. This is about Black women. Whoever is pushing this narrative is being anti-woman. I want to provide another perspective for those who may have been fooled by the messenger(s).
MEGAN DID NOT LAND ON THE COPS, THE COPS LANDED ON MEGAN
Let me remind y'all, as far as we know, Megan DID NOT call the cops. An unidentified person(s) called the cops after hearing an argument and multiple gunshots. That phone call is what led to Tory's SUV being stopped and him being arrested. Once TMuthafcknZ was alerted of the arrest, and that video footage got out, that is how this incident became a public matter. Now that we got that established...
We do not know if Megan Thee Stallion ever wanted law enforcement involvement. She may have planned to quietly handle this matter behind the scenes; however, that phone call took that option out of her hands. If the RUMORS are true that Megan does not want to "snitch" on Tory Lanez, that does not take away from her statement about Black women being unprotected. That could just mean she does not believe in our current "justice" system. Can you blame her? Just ask Justine Skye, who was called a "difficult victim" by cops when she tried to report her abuse last year. Many women in the industry choose not to take legal action when it comes to abuse allegations. If you believe Megan is not for the "protection of Black women," then neither are many of your faves.
STREET JUSTICE OR THE "JUSTICE" SYSTEM?
Which brings me to the real reason I wanted to address this bullsh*t narrative. I do not want any BLACK WOMAN to be fooled into believing that cooperating with law enforcement is the only way to "protect Black women." People pushing this narrative are not worried about the protection of Black women, their only concern is obtaining police reports so they can play Law & Order on Twitter.
Since we are dealing with more rumors than facts, here is another one. The talks are that men close to
Megan are going to deal with anyone who hurt her. That sounds like protecting Black women to me. If Megan Thee Stallion chooses street justice over our "justice" system, how is that any different than what men in the industry do all the time?
We NEVER tell Black men like J Prince, Birdman, Diddy, etc. who have reputations for not always using the legal system to get justice, that they are not for the protection of Black men. So, when I see people struggling to give this narrative life, it's too apparent there is a hidden agenda.
P.S. Megan has her statement still up on her IG page if you need a refresher of what she has said. Don't allow blogs to twist her words when you can read them yourself.
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