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Top Story – Do You Support Paula Deen? You Don’t Know The Full Story!

I haven’t publicly said anything one way or another about Paula Deen, but I am sick of her ass and those of you who are choosing to support her (especially Black people)! Are her recipes that damn good?

I’ve never been a fan of hers and before all this she was just a joke between me and my daughter because¬† of her fake, goofy ass smile (like the image below). Now that it’s been revealed that this White woman has used the word “nigger” in her lifetime and is being made to pay for it by having her career ruined all hell has broken lose.

Are we really supposed to hate this woman just because she has used the word “nigger”? It’s not cool, but big deal. I assume every White person has uttered it at least once. We’ve all said derogatory things about people; those like us and those different from us. We humans are sick like that. Our lives should not be ruined because of it unless were ruining others lives in the process.

Paula Deen is not just in the racist hot seat because she called a Black man who robbed her at gunpoint, “nigger”. (He reportedly even feels bad for her!) There’s a lot more to the story that is not getting the proper media attention that it deserves, so I’m bringing it to you via the website, Legal Black Issues. Stay properly informed, people! The truth is not hidden.

I think individuals who are trying to defend Paula Deen’s use of the “N’ word should probably familiarize themselves with all of the facts of the case against her. Just so you know, in case you didn’t know, the person who initiated the complaint against Paula Deen and her brother is not “Black.” She is a “white female” who was subjected to years of abuse and was finally fed up with her black employees being treated like animals, so stop thinking it was a black person complaining about Paula Deen’s use of the N word. Furthermore, Paula Deen indicated that she used the N word over 20 years ago. That is not what’s being alleged against her. She went as far as telling a guy he was as black as a blackboard. That lady is something else and I’m glad I never supported any of her ventures. I personally find it insulting that so many black people are coming to the defense of Paula Deen after reading what she and her family subjected their employees to. When I learned about the major companies dropping Paula Deen without being demanded to do so, I knew it was deep. The fact that any civil rights activist is supporting Paula Deen is insulting and is a slap in the face. – See more at: http://www.blacklegalissues.com/Article_Details.aspx?artclid=7dfdbe0461#sthash.E7LcySUX.O3dRTQxn.dpuf
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I think individuals who are trying to defend Paula Deen’s use of the “N’ word should probably familiarize themselves with all of the facts of the case against her. Just so you know, in case you didn’t know, the person who initiated the complaint against Paula Deen and her brother is not “Black.” She is a “white female” who was subjected to years of abuse and was finally fed up with her black employees being treated like animals, so stop thinking it was a black person complaining about Paula Deen’s use of the N word.

 

Furthermore, Paula Deen indicated that she used the N word over 20 years ago. That is not what’s being alleged against her. She went as far as telling a guy he was as black as a blackboard. That lady is something else and I’m glad I never supported any of her ventures. I personally find it insulting that so many black people are coming to the defense of Paula Deen after reading what she and her family subjected their employees to. When I learned about the major companies dropping Paula Deen without being demanded to do so, I knew it was deep. The fact that any civil rights activist is supporting Paula Deen is insulting and is a slap in the face.

 

Read full article – The Paula Deen Incident; you should know all that’s being alleged before defending her.

About Leigh "Dangerous Lee" Langston

Author. Artist. Blogger. Single Mom. Black Woman. Stoner. Silly. Sexy. Loner. Cynic. Realist. These are some of the words I use to describe who I am. The Dangerous Lee Network features my commentary and guest content on viral topics and worldwide news as well as my short stories, poems, opinion essays and blogs that highlight events in my personal life.
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