JermaineOYea wrote:JBreezeNY wrote:JermaineOYea wrote:
Are you serious? Like, are you really serious? You condone putting hands and FEET on a woman?
Do us all a favor and post a link to your social media. Don't hide behind your keyboard and justify the kicking off a woman (or anyone for that matter). Show your face. Own your words.
What does showing my face or posting my social media have anything to do with me not falling for fake outrage.
She’s a regular ass person not a defenseless baby.
He pushed her and gave a kick apparently because she called him the n word, if that is true I absolutely condone that.
If it isn’t true it’s not right but she had no problem trying to throw her hands at him. Ben Roethlisberger raping women and getting second chances in the nfl.
You understand there's VIDEO evidence here, right? Don't come at me with that Roethlisberger ****. I don't condone rape. I don't even like saying the word, for some women (who have been victims of sexual violence), even the word can cause emotional pain. Don't compare it. I don't give a flying you know what about the NFL, the NBA, the NHL, the WNBA, or whatever league's response to it. When it comes to a man putting his hands on a woman, there are morals involved. There is right, and there is wrong.
I asked you to put your name to your post because you have a mother. Tell her you condone this behavior. I couldn't care less about how any corporate money-driven league handles it. But man to man, if you condone that sh-t, you've got a bigger problem than you realize.
There's no audio to the video, I can't hear her saying the "N" word. Would I condone it if she said it? Hell no. The best guy I ever met in my life was a black guy from Long Island. I'd be damned if I'd let someone call him that. Am I saying she didn't say it? No, I wasn't there. But I can say that I saw this big MAN push and then kick a WOMAN.
Go ask Oscar Robertson how many times he was called the "N" word. Go ask Jackie Robinson. Go ask any African American from that era, or even this era. It'd make us all sick to hear the appalling stories and the tragedies that they've endured. Did they push women? Did they kick them while on the ground?
Get your head right, man. You're dead wrong here.
Words, whether they're said or simply alleged, do not deserve a kicking or a beating. He's a man, and she's a woman. And I'd be damned if I'd ever condone violence to a woman.
Sorry bout ya, bud.