See...this ish right here. This is one of the main reasons why I don't read, borrow, steal (or buy for that matter) a MESSence magazine. I just have one question:
Jill what were you THINKING?
*Clutching my pearls*
Before I go on, let me throw out this disclaimer:
Although Jill Scott, may share the melanin and ancestry background of most African-American women, she by NO means speaks for me or many others. We DO NOT care who black men date, mate, sex-out, trick-out, use and abuse. We do not flinch, wince, mince, itch or scratch our butts when Tyrone, Dante, or Dequan is walking down the street with a non-black woman- DWB
Fades to white...and...ACTION
*leans over and grabs Jill's ear* So tell me Sis, how much did MESSence pay you to do this lousy interview?
MESSence truly is reaching to pull those mighty dollars in. Just when you thought main stream media was gunning for black women, true to form, MESSence is happily bringing up the rear.
Jill, I have one more question for you. After several of your own failed relationships, what's your take on black women and interracial relationships? Um, did I say one more question? Pardon me, I meant two. More importantly, would you say your failed marriage was the result of not dating non-black men?
Per MESSence's usual Modus Operandi, here's another "let's uplift black men and kick our sisters to the curb" articles. Furthermore the interview was random and unnecessary.
This article also reeks of the "Man" is the real reason why our black men ain't got no "ack" right and laced with a touch of "nobody wants us colored gurls no mo". Jill honey, this is 2010 not 1810. Its high time that you and whoever else stop passing blame.
Just when I thought MESSence couldn't get any messier they surpass all expectations.