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IF THESE WERE WHITE WOMEN HELD AND MOLESTED BY R KELLY

IF THESE WERE WHITE WOMEN HELD AND MOLESTED BY R KELLY

First, let me lay out some statistics. When a couple is seeking to adopt a white baby they are charged $35,000 from an adoption agency and if a couple is seeking a black baby the charged is $4,000. That should set the groundwork for this comversation "if these were white women held and molested by R Kelly".

From cradle to the grave a Black child, woman, man or family over there lifetime value will not supersede the value of whites even if it is a poor white welfare family from Ptomaine, Mississippi.

Racism is generated from the prospect of losing or gaining dollars. If a white woman was held hostage by any Black man her value as a white woman can generate enough dollars for her defense to sue him by having the best lawyers, as it was for many against Bill Cosby. Black women on the other-hand are looked at as having less value and unable to afford the processes of court. Besides they are viewed as willing participants for gain and white women are looked at as unwilling hostages.

R Kelly can hardly read or write but he is intelligent enough to know not to entrap white women especially young white girls under age. He did date a South Carolina white student and model Halle Calhoun, 19, but he did not take her to Chicago.

The man is not stupid just academically challenged. The sad note in this conversation is, our own Black people didn't value those Black girls and women when they were protesting outside of his court proceedings in his favor and attending his sold-out concerts and buying his CDs. If the white judicial system and record company sees these self-inflicted actions from Black people who hold their own Black women of no value, how should the system proceed. The record company that supported R Kelly took those actions into consideration by keeping his contract alive.

Let the truth be told it is black women who have lessened the value of other Black women with their lack of concern for justice for their own. And isn't it strange that only John Legend and one other singer spoke out for these Black women but no others did. The "me too" movement seems to slowly do more for white women than Black women, case in-point the R Kelly women.

R Kelly even defends Bill Cosby against sexual assault charges saying only God could convince him star was guilty as accusations 'happened to me, and it wasn't true'.