Black Run America
OD will be on the road this weekend and I don’t have the time to write a longer article.
Rihanna has been abused by African-American men like Chris Brown in the past. In 2009, Brown pleaded guilty to felony assault charges after “an altercation” with Rihanna who was his girlfriend at the time. Watch the Good Morning America videos below.
“Rape is, unfortunately, happening all over the world and in our own homes, and we continue to cover it up and pretend it doesn’t happen,” Rihanna said. “Boys and girls feel compelled to be embarrassed about it and hide it from everyone, including their teachers, their parents and their friends. That only continues to empower the abusers.”
“We just wanted to hone in on a very serious matter that people are afraid to address, especially if you’ve been victimized in this scenario,” Rihanna said.
We agree with Rihanna that rape involving African-Americans is a “very serious matter” and we can’t “continue to cover it up and pretend it doesn’t happen.”
As we have already seen, African-Americans are responsible for 46 percent of rape in Alabama, 50.4 percent of rape in Georgia, 59 percent of rape in South Carolina, 44.5 percent of rape in North Carolina, 43.6 percent of rape in Virginia, 21.8 percent of rape in California, and 16 percent of rape in Arizona.
This includes 91.7 percent of interracial rape in Alabama and 88.7 percent of interracial rape in North Carolina. African-Americans have raped at least twice as many White women in North Carolina and Alabama alone over the past fifteen years as there were lynchings of blacks in the entire Jim Crow era.
Enjoy “Man Down.”