Monday, October 19, 2009

WE Support the NO To PISSIN On Women Movement - piss off Arrakells

We Want to Throw our Support behind the folks in ATL and Philly for saying NO to The PISSMAN

 For Immediate Release 
               The Atlanta Community joins the Million Woman Movement (MWM) & Black Women's Defense League (BWDL) in saying…"Enough Is Enough!" 

R Kelly WILL NOT come to Atlanta UNCONTESTED!

Protest Demonstration to be held at the
"R- Kelly Concert"
In front of The Fox Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 22nd and Friday, October 23, 2009 at 6:30 PM (concert begins at 7:30pm)
660 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30308

It's Time To Take A Stand...
Stand Up For Our Women and Let Our Daughters See That WE CARE...
October 6, 2009

Atlanta, GA
 The organized showing of Unity as a People, and the actions of distrainment, disgust, and protest start now....
 Not JUST R Kelly, it is time to let the Music (Entertainment) Industry as a whole know we will no longer tolerate the disenfranchisement, degradation, and devaluing of Black women. 
Let the protests, boycotts, and dialog begin!
 We must once again operate under a strict code of accountability and responsibility.  We’ve allowed a stance of complacency to fester for far too long.  Our elders and ancestors would not be proud! 
We have women and children to protect, and a great history and legacy to uphold.
 "This demonstration will serve as a message to whomever, that if you are coming to or near Philly (or Atlanta), it’s not going to be unchallenged…
We don't care what the courts say; there is a price to pay to The Village." ---Empress Chi
 We do extend the opportunity for R Kelly to convene with the Atlanta Village (extended family) to discuss the matter and set the table for accountability and reckoning. 
Forgiveness is always an option, but one must first SEEK atonement.
 Join the Fight to End the Industry's Abuse of Our Women & Girls…Help "Save Our Daughters"
Contact:   or   215-471-5186 (Philadelphia) 
           or   678-334-3592 (Atlanta)


BWDL has set forth efforts to very clearly, specifically identify and relentlessly “STEP TO” any of those in the music industry (man or woman alike) who have supported and perpetuated the exploitation of Afrikan women.  The intent is to collectively convey who they are and take action.  BWDL and all supporters intend to do that in EVERY WAY POSSIBLE.
 The names of the top ten artists, record labels, companies, etc. that have made it a priority to create  and push the industry's stereotypic mind game and exploitive objectives, will be obtained by way of several polls conducted by the National MWM.  These identifications will be released at the May 2010 Summit.  MWM and BWDL will then begin the process and work to decrease the sales of these persons’ and/or companies’ concert tickets, CD's, clothing line products and so forth. 
As mentioned above, before taking actions MWM, BWDL and their supporting communities we will be prepared to sit down with anyone to discuss this matter in a Village (extended family) and/or business manner; however, we will also be prepared to handle it in whatever way necessary.  


RE Ausetkmt said...

R.Kelly has nothing good to say about women; never has; never will. Lets Hear What You Think About this Malaprop with Bladder Issues.
HOLLA Loud as Your Comment could be selected to be read On Air this week on TheSuss.

THE GUYS said...

R Kelly has gone way over the line!

And in a word: "He needs to face the music."

Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

RE Ausetkmt said...

Hey Guys - how ya doin ?
yeah we're not fans of the golden showers posse'. moreso since arrakells joined. he's just a turd.
know what we mean :)

Thanks for your comment Guys

Denise Lee said...

My husband sent Tom Joyner an email asking why he plays R. Kelly but not Chris Brown. No answer, go figure, guess it's OK to piss on teenagers

RE Ausetkmt said...

@ Denise - Girllll Piss on Tom Joyner Too. he always supported Ara. they seem to have somekinda love thang cause he never spoke out when everybody else expressed their disgust at the whole incident. he's also never spoken out on the whole Tip Drill incident. that's next on the list I Hope.

Nice to see you sweets

Politicus said...

Honestly, I never even heard of this asshole. Does that mean maybe that I prefer good music?

RE Ausetkmt said...

@Politicus - Whooo Haaa! you always got jokes.. good music, yeahhh

Doctor Faustroll said...

Maybe he should do a cover of Bobby Brown, as long as he can get him so golden showers.

Dori said...

Thanks for highlighting this. His actions are just vile!

Dorothy L said...

It is so a sign of the times...The things that are deemed cool and accepted today make my coffee cream curdle. I am so not a prude but there is a line between what is acceptable and what is not.
I have to wonder whether it was the Clinton stunt that opened the door to anything goes as long as it is not labeled sex?????

Bring Back Pluto said...

The Clinton stunt was just dumb, but mostly for him and his family.

This R. Kelly thing is ridiculous and not funny.

Just stopping by to say hey BadGal

Bring Back Pluto

RE Ausetkmt said...

@Dori R. Kelly is so disliked in many parts of the world that he can't do concerts there. I found out from a friend in Paris that when his show at mont marte was announced women spread the word by text messaging tht he was a pervert. that woman to woman movement cancelled his show. Voila !

woman to woman, we need to piss on him, for good.

RE Ausetkmt said...

@Dorothy - I don't think the clinton stunt started it. I think the reality of nastiness becoming acceptable is the problem. the daredevil and reality show mentality that has taken over the world, is probably more to blame. billies cigar was just his contribution. to the simmering embers that ignited this generation of folishness. it seems the more of a character (JACKASS) you make of yourself, more people will want to watch. remember BalloonBoy last week - Yeah.

Lucy P. said...

I don't understand how he's still selling records and doing concerts. I guess as long as you make good music, you can do whatever to teenagers.

Dorothy L said...

RE @ The Guys....

True on both counts regarding Clinton.
I guess I should have said it was not so much what Clinton covered as a nothing but how the media went to town with it s opposed to all the other degenerate things that have been going on since man could walk!

R Kelly did what he did because he has grown up in a world which minimizes all morals. I am not condoning him whatsoever but what he did was no worse than the President and his so called non-sexual antics.

I despise anyone that has popularity or power and abuses it or makes a mockery of the people with it :)