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Scandals, Getting Away with Murder and Black Marilyn Monroe Beyonce

Welcome to African American Planet, a blog that has hosted a variety of thought-provoking, uplifting and challenging commentary since 2007.  I am your blog host, Nicholl McGuire and today's topics are: Scandal, Getting Away with Murder and black Marilyn Monroes.

I decided to title my message this way, because I am simply fed up with the systematic negative depiction of yet another generation of African American women.  These women in mainstream media are trading what little morals they have, independence and rights their ancestors fought for, as well as virtue for profitable deals with Satan.  Independent movements have turned into dependence on all people and things related to "getting that money."  Virtue has been swept under the rug while a woman stands on top of it with a whorish and ignorant mentality.

The more educated one is the more she wants to experiment, try something new, go into uncharted territories just to brag, "I am the first African American to..."  What good is it to become the first at anything when the fruit on one's tree has a word like "Scandal" and a resume displays, "Getting Away with Murder." Not that long ago we saw, "Deception" being marketed with an image of a black woman.  In case you didn't get it, these are TV shows with a black lead character that is a woman.  Why would a media entity spend so much money to promote shows like this without an agenda, of course you know they have one?  Why do some YouTubers who promote hate speech toward African American women and men get so many views?  Why are news stories on the rise again about black boys/men being murdered without cause?

Take a look around and you will also see the influence of a long dead icon, Marilyn Monroe, showing up in the way that some of these A-list black women behave.  Beyoncé/Sasha Fierce and her behavior on stage peaks every government official in the White House's interest as well as internationally while an ignorant public who has no time or attention span to pay attention to U.S. confidential business. 

There was a time I remember when Beyoncé was slowly losing her fan base with clothes on (prior to the arrival of Lady Gaga), but when clothes and body movements got more and more sexy, songs and videos grew darker, it was then that the powers-that-be stood behind the former Destiny's Child singer and blew her up, but what did she have to give up for that kind of star power?  Dad was kicked to the curb for starters.  Meanwhile, Beyoncé's hip hop, pimp archetype husband is often seen standing beside her spitting rhymes--the kind that distract the young masses from life issues that really matter, so that they could care less about protesting anything like negative imagery and demeaning song lyrics.

Nowadays, the black, modern day Marilyn Monroe can open legs wide, bend her butt over for the world to see, dress any way the world wants her to, and be available to a power elite who has deep pockets to get her to do whatever they think is necessary.  Let us not forget the other black women actors/sex slaves who recently landed big contracts who are eye-candy for a wealthy non-black establishment who could care less about promoting positive African American images--they reason, "If black folks don't care, why should we?"

So what can we take from heavily promoted shows of scandalous, sexy black women?  They are just doing what white, devious trailblazers have been doing forever and are still doing--using beauty to steal, kill and destroy a life, an opportunity, a body, and/or a soul. 

Don't fall into temptation with a black, scandalous, sex kitten Marilyn Monroe type--your gullible daughters, naïve nieces, crazy cousins and others will be mentally disturbed sooner rather than later if they keep on the wrong path.  I had a white man not that long ago ask me, "Why are there so many black women troubled in their minds?"  Consider what many expose themselves to I shared, like many white women, they think that playing with fire they won't get burned (angry men, poor men, bad bosses, bad investments, lukewarm churches, etc.)  

Watch the following subtle messages that show up in different media and remind those you love why following after certain people/idols is not worth it!
  • Turning to the same sex will not empower black women, they are simply used until someone or group gets tired of them.
  • Hating black men (and self) won't build trust or favor with them or others.
  • Finding two lovers better than one will not win a naïve young lady any respect especially with her peers. 
  • Learning to lie, cheat and steal one's way to success will not feed the soul with what it craves (peace, love and freedom)!
  • Most of all, bad-mouthing and abusing those who speak truth will not keep anyone on top of their game--it's just best to acknowledge the truth for what it is and work to do better. 
Nicholl McGuire 

 

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