Can we give Jason Whitlock to white people?

Jason Whitlock...


My own words cannot describe how I feel about Jason Whitlock's confusing rhetoric, so I will let Malcolm X explain it for me. 


Jason Whitlock is the black guy from the sunken place that gets pulled from out of no where and conveniently has a contrasting opinion. Like where did this dude come from? Even the white lady was like, nah I'm good. 

When did Whitlock's opinions become relevant? 

I'm going to review a few of his quotes. I will then let you decide if his opinions are valid or nonsense. If you normally read my blog you know I'm trying hard not to tear this idiot a brand new one.

In his 2013 ESPN article "Jay-Z has no business in sports," he said "Jay-Z’s music is a 'Cosby Show'-'New Jack City'-'MTV Cribs' mashup narrated by 'Django Unchained' house slave Stephen."


He also said, "Fiddler, in the TV miniseries 'Roots', educated black folks on the rewards of bojangling 300 years ago. He and his banjo are still the holy grail of n*gga music." He added "Jay-Z is his disciple."


This sums up his opinion of Jay, "Jay-Z is the holy grail of n*gga rap, the proper name for the genre of music that made Shawn Carter one of our president’s best friends. Oh, I’m sure that’s upsetting and disconcerting for some of you to read. You’d prefer I label the Jigga Man a gangsta rapper. He isn’t. He’s a n*gga rapper. Listen to his music."


I found this article interest. Hindsight is 20/20. Who would have thought in 2017, that Jay-Z would have matured from that "n*gga music" to become a respectable family man and business man, while Whitlock would become the our newest example of Stephen, Fiddler, or Uncle Ruckus for the white man's agenda?

Don't get me wrong. I was never the biggest fan of this Jay-Z. Heck, I was a Nas and Pac fan growning up so I really didn't care for his music. But if you don't respect the hustle then what do you respect?


This is the Jay I've grown to respect.


We should have seen this coming. In 2015 here is what the self described "hypocrite" had to say about Serena Williams.



"Seriously, how else can Serena fill out her size 16 shorts without grazing at her stall between matches? I know, you think I'm a hypocrite. No, I'm not. Sports writers are supposed to be plump and lazy. I'm fulfilling my destiny."


"She's chosen to smother some of it in an unsightly layer of thick, muscled blubber, a byproduct of her unwillingness to commit to a training regimen and diet that would have her at the top of her game year-round."


"With a reduction in glut, a little less butt and a smidgen more guts, Serena Williams would easily be as big as Michael Jackson, dwarf Tiger Woods and take a run at Rosa Parks."

I  didn't even get the point of that quote???



He ended with, "BBWs — Big Booty Women — do not write me angry e-mails. I'm only knocking Serena's back pack because it's preventing her from reaching her full potential as an athletic icon. I am not fundamentally opposed to junk in the trunk, although my preference is a stuffed onion over an oozing pumpkin.

(A stuffed onion is a booty so round and tight that it brings tears to your eyes).

I'm sorry. I digress."



Do I even need to go there or do y'all just wanna see some more pic of Serena?






Are you done wiping the sweat from your forehead? Ok, so let's get into his opinions of Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem.


"This kid was about Instagram models, tattoos, his abs, and building up the Colin Kaepernick brand until the very moment he loses his starting quarterback job. And now he’s out here and he’s ‘Martin Luther Cornrow.’ And he’s got cornrows, he’s Allen Iverson, he’s Angela Davis. I don’t buy it."


"Football and its people are not politically correct or liberal. Football culture is conservative and religious…football is a unifier. Kaepernick’s tactic and unnuanced demonization of police are divisive, counter-productive, and a distraction from real issues impacting African-Americans."


Here is what Kaep had to say when ask why he was taking a knee, "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." He also said, "To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder."


Look. People will always follow the media that has the most similar argument to their beliefs. Most Americans care about America more than they care about Black America. So when they see this nappy headed man on his knee during the most important song in American history, they don't care about why he is down there, all they see is disrespect. They know they have to tread lightly so instead of them saying it, let's find some negro dumb enough to say it for us.

I will agree with this clown on one thing. There are bigger issues. We live in a country that was built on racism and sexism. Before every important event we sing a song written by a racist white man but we leave out some of his lyrics. So I'll let you read those below and decide what people are truly defending.

O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hail’d at the twilight’s last gleaming,
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight
O’er the ramparts we watch’d were so gallantly streaming?
And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there, 
O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave 
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 

On the shore dimly seen through the mists of the deep
Where the foe’s haughty host in dread silence reposes,
What is that which the breeze, o’er the towering steep,
As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?
Now it catches the gleam of the morning’s first beam,
In full glory reflected now shines in the stream, 
’Tis the star-spangled banner—O long may it wave 
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave! 

And where is that band who so vauntingly swore,
That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion
A home and a Country should leave us no more?
Their blood has wash’d out their foul footstep’s pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave, 
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave 
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave. 

O thus be it ever when freemen shall stand
Between their lov’d home and the war’s desolation!
Blest with vict’ry and peace may the heav’n rescued land
Praise the power that hath made and preserv’d us a nation!
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto – “In God is our trust,” 
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave 
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.


This was written by Francis Scott Key, an owner of at least seven slaves and an attorney that prosecuted anti-slavery abolitionist. What excuse will they give? Well he did set his slaves free! Good for him. I applaud his guilt. But what did he want free slaves to do? Take your @ss back to Africa! Yes, as a member of the American Colonization Society, he believe that three and four generations removed slaves should be able to go back to Africa and start over! I'll let you look up the history of Liberia and Sierra Leon. 
(That was homework! Go look up the original purpose of those nations!)

In the meantime here are some pictures from the past three decades to help decide how much America really cares about black people.















Too far? If you think so, scroll back up and try again. I try to see both sides but at some point, enough is enough! Let's get back to Mr. "Why black folks can't breathe" Whitlock.

Now I wanted to go in on him after he came to the defense of Kristine Leahy, when she tried to accuse Lavar Ball of threatening her. Thing is she seemed to forget why Lavar was so. No it wasn't the marketing his brand to women angle you tried to change it too. It was you and of course Jason Whitlock questioning his parenting.


First off. Do either of these clowns have kids? Who are you two to judge anyone else's parenting abilities. He's gotten his kids this far without your help. I live in the Inland Empire and frequent Chino Hills. I used to work out and ball at the 24 hours fitness there. I never heard of these kids until he started running his mouth last year. So this is what happened when he pulled up.


My question is why are you crying now? You questioned his parenting skills before he got there but when he show up he's not allowed to be pissed at you? How is this about women and equality? Sounds more like using your gender and race as a weapon against him. He said he was scared of you and did not come to speak to you. How did you expect him to react? What respect have you given him that you feel you deserved in return?


Here is the Jason Whitlock opinion nobody asked for, "He’s bad for his son. He’s bad for business. He’s well out over his skis. I thought he was clearly disrespectful. The line of 'Stay in your lane, keep in your lane,' to me sounds like 'Stay in the kitchen.' That, to me, sounds like the epitome of sexism," Whitlock said. "The not looking someone in the eyes. If I were treated like that by someone, I would immediately go, 'They're treating me in a racist fashion. They’re dismissing me. I'm unworthy of engaging in a conversation with them.' LaVar Ball was out of line today."

Bro for real? Are you for real? Do you really believe that? First off, if Colin Heard really cared about po' lil Kristine he would have sat her @ss right next to him instead of in the back of the room behind the couch where grandma's mint dish goes. Chris Broussard was over there being a yes man knowing damn well he was buddy buddy with Lavar the same damn day on his show! But we'll get to Killa Chris finally getting fed up and sick of fatso and his nonsense.

Charlamagne tha god knew how most black sports fans felt so he decided to give Kristine Leahy a well deserved, Donkey of the day for he embarrassing actions.


This could have all been over but you know how Fox handles damage control...


So guess who gets an even more deserved, Donkey of the day...


I decided, after all this, that Whitlock still wasn't important enough to discuss until this happened...


 Here is my favorite quote from this discussion, "I think it is a disrespectful inconvenience for LeBron James. He allegedly had the n-word spray-painted on his $20 million Brentwood home. He wasn't there. His family wasn't there. He heard about it." Then he said, "Racism is an issue in America but is primarily an issue for the poor. It's not LeBron James's issue. He has removed himself from the damages and the ravages of real racism. He may have an occasional disrespectful interaction with someone, a disrespectful inconvenience."

HA HA HA! Chris wasn't having none of that bull sh!t! after Whitlock interrupts him for the third time, he finally was like F this!

Broussard, "CAN I FINISH?"

Whitlock, "Yes you can and it is still my show Chris."

Broussard, "I don't care whose show it is, I'M ON DA SET!"

 Whitlock tried to big time him with that, this is my show ish. Nah I can't let you play this game any more! 

They sprayed "NIGGER" on the man's house bro. Even Colin couldn't just let it slide as random vandalism. But hey, that's what Whitlock is for. He is employed simply to say the things even white people don't have the balls to say. 

Like Chris said, "You start off by saying racism exist but every time a black person experiences racism you shoot it down.

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He need some milk!!!

So you know what award Whitlock got for this idiotic viewpoint. 


You guessed it! Donkey of the day for the second week in a row!!! The soon to be Jason Whitlock award!



Who can we trade Jason Whitlock for? Ernie Johnson, Max Kellerman, Bill Walton? We don't need this clown any more! We don't care about his opinions on race or sports! He does not speak for black people! 

Black people are getting smarter my friends. We see right through the game that the media continues to try and play on us. We hear the music you force down our throats. We know how you portray us and try to emasculate us. We know your agenda is to try and make us believe racism no longer exist. We get the reverse psychology. It does exist but it doesn't. Nice try. Play time is over! We are not having it any more!

-Lost 

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