Cuckservatives, Leftists, and basically anybody not on our section of the political spectrum have all got a lot of serious soul-searching to do.
Because you see, you’ve all been had by the likes of Morgan Freeman – touted for decades as a Magic Negro in much the same way as Bill Cosby was back in the late 20th Century.
And maybe he was part of the “Talented Tenth” in some ways (I personally don’t think memorizing scripts in 10 second increments is anything special), but apparently not in the realm of impulse control and restraint in matters involving “muh dik.”
A young production assistant thought she had landed the job of her dreams when, in the summer of 2015, she started work on “Going In Style,” a bank heist comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin.
But the job quickly devolved into several months of harassment, she told CNN. She alleges that Freeman subjected her to unwanted touching and comments about her figure and clothing on a near-daily basis. Freeman would rest his hand on her lower back or rub her lower back, she said.
In one incident, she said, Freeman “kept trying to lift up my skirt and asking if I was wearing underwear.” He never successfully lifted her skirt, she said — he would touch it and try to lift it, she would move away, and then he’d try again. Eventually, she said, “Alan [Arkin] made a comment telling him to stop. Morgan got freaked out and didn’t know what to say.”
Dat Nigga probably went straight to CVS to demand a refund for his Cialis prescription.
Because I just can’t see someone that old maintaining high T levels like that – most Black men tend to slow down if they make it to the age of about 40 or so.
Freeman’s alleged inappropriate behavior was not limited to that one movie set, according to other sources who spoke to CNN. A woman who was a senior member of the production staff of the movie “Now You See Me” in 2012 told CNN that Freeman sexually harassed her and her female assistant on numerous occasions by making comments about their bodies.
At 80 years old, Freeman is one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, with a movie career that spans nearly five decades. His starring roles in movies like “Driving Miss Daisy” and “Shawshank Redemption” in the late 1980s and early 1990s made him a household name. He won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for 2004’s “Million Dollar Baby,” and has earned four other Oscar nominations. His voiceover work has also become iconic, including his narration for the Academy Award-winning documentaries “The Long Way Home” and “March of the Penguins.”
He was a pig (or an ape to be precise) who had a perfect lipstick job applied by Jews working executive positions in Hollywood and in marketing departments for various outlets.
What you see in a movie has nothing to do with reality, and the fact of the matter is that Morgan Freeman was nothing like the old Negro sage various firms set him up to be.
He was actually little different than the old buck you’ll come across in the inner cities that’ll still holla at fat White women walking down the street.