New #TrueSpeech Discussion VLOG where i discuss my frustrations with so called “Reality TV” and the deplorable depictions and portrayals of women, men, and the entire black race. This is a must watch for anyone who has ever watched a reality TV show.
So I came across this little video the other day while surfing the internet and i was utterly shocked, appalled, disgusted, mortified, horrified, and honestly pissed the F**K off. I am sick and tired of these reality shows giving these hoes their shot at fame for doing absolutely nothing but taking dick and swallowing kids. These hoes, I can’t call them women because I must address them properly, are portraying a horrible image of themselves to the world. regardless of these activities take place behind close doors which we all know they do, that is between the parties involved and not for the world to know. These women and a “Gay” dude apparently are airing dirty laundry like it’s a CNN news report just for their shot at their 15mins of fame. To me this is just reprehensible but knowing the American public this show will undoubtedly become a hit if it ever get’s aired. I have a blog on reality TV show’s dropping today’ on my youtube channel www.youtube.com/mytruespeech
The above link is a 911 phone call made by the owner of the home in which George Zimmerman and Trayvon had an altercation and Trayvon was subsequently shot and killed. This is very chilling phone call where you can hear cries for help in the background and the ominous gunshot.
Today marks the Birthday Of beloved Detroit Artist Darnel Lindsey, aka Blade Icewood. Blade Icewood was unfortunately gunned down in the City of Detroit far to soon, and at a point where his music career was about to take off and gain commercial success. The tragic part surrounding the death of this artist was that 2 years before his life was taken he was the victim of a home invasion where intruders shot him 7 times with an AK-47 assault rifle resulting in his paralysis from the waist down. Blade did not let that stop as he persevered and pushed forward his career up until his untimely death. Blade’s music will forever live on as a staple in Detroit music and he will be missed.