Eminem’s Racism Prevails while Blacks sleep – Rapsheet.com

[b]Eminem’s Racism Prevails while Blacks sleep[/b] Rapsheet.com “All the girls I like to bone have big butts/ No they don’t, ’cause I don’t like that n—– sh–/ I’m just here to make a bigger hit” “Blacks and whites, they sometimes mix/ But black girls only want your money, ’cause they’re dumb chicks…Never date a black girl, because blacks only want your money/ And that sh– ain’t funny.” Now that the truth is out about Eminem, heads are wondering if it will make any bit of difference. I think not. I don’t think it will make a bit of difference because Black people are asleep when it comes to offenses against us. We have been lulled to sleep with empty promises of The Big ‘80’s, a false sense of economic security of the ‘90’s and the sum of all fears from the violent beginning of the new century. Eminem can call us “*#*#*#” right now and still move on with his career unscathed. How can he do it? He can move on with a lukewarm apology because some Black people are actually defending him, saying that he was “young” and “understandably hurt.”

Ex Jackson Leech Sues Just in Time for Boxset Release – MB #222

Ex Jackson Leech Sues Just in Time for Boxset Release – MJEOL Bullet #222 An ex-employee, thrown from the Jackson gravy train months ago, is now suing Jackson for $3M according to ABC News. This lawsuit comes just in time because Jackson’s boxset was released today (Nov 16 2004). Well what’s a Jackson CD release without some loser trying to negatively affect his life…just for good measure? If you remember, Jackson’s Neverland Ranch “just so happened” to be raided on the same day Jackson’s Number Ones CD was released last year (Nov 18 2003). Now almost a year later, another CD release and a defamatory lawsuit. What a coincidence, huh? Porn producer, and probably a Fox 411 “source”, Marc Schaffel claims he has been stiffed by Jackson. Oddly enough (or maybe not), Schaffel and others who have sued Jackson and have been unsuccessful only seem to do so once their access to him—his fame, and the ability to broker secret side-deals on his behalf without him ever knowing it—have been cut off. Schaffel has complained that neither he nor ex-spokesman Stuart Backerman have had access to Jackson. Those two, thick as thieves, are also trying to sell a “tell all” book about Jackson. Surprise, surprise.