Thursday, June 3, 2010

When Interracial Marriage Goes Wrong: What Really Happened to Gary?

This heffa woman sound grimy and guilty as hell. How you gonna be "so sick" you can't tend to your own husband? She act like Gary was some sort of homeless man she found on the skreet.

I see her "fever" didn't stop her from pulling the plug on him. I thought Judge Toler got rid of her azz like two years ago?

Let me tell you something, If Gary was my son, estranged or not, I'd grab Columbo, Angela Lansbury, Shug Knight
and The Equalizer, hop in the Mystery Van and beat the brakes off Pippi Longstocking.

Shannon on the accusations that she had something to do with Gary's death: "I've had a lot of people saying, 'Yeah, she pushed him.' This and that. People are so cruel they don't even know. I was upstairs. He was downstairs. How am I going to push him? That affected me more than anything. The scrutiny that people come up with. Why would I want to hurt my husband? Are you kidding?"

Shannon on her decision to take Gary off life support: "You know, the doctors told us that even if they would've done surgery on him he would've died. He would've bled to death during the surgery. And they said that even if they did take a chunk out of his brain he would not be the same. He would be basically like Muhammad Ali. He wouldn't be, you know, and I mean he would've died sooner or later anyway from that. Because the brain, you know, it's so traumatic. I don't want people to be so hard on me thinking that I had to pull the plug too early. He wouldn't have made it anyway. His heart would've just given out. And I don't want people to sit there and think that I'm a bitch and that I didn't care about him. But you know, be in my situation. I mean, look at what happened with Terry Schiavo. I always think of her case. Always when it comes to this. Gary was gone. His eyes were dilated, he was just gone."

Watch the train wreck interview here:

I bet the writers of Snapped are locked and loaded on this mess for the Fall Season as we gasp.

I'm Out!


  1. Something is wrong with this whole situation. She looks really guilty and it makes me think she had something to do with it--plus she seems a little, mentally disturbed.

  2. Excellent illustration as to why the statistics show that ir marriage between bm/ww are the LEAST likely to succeed. It's all that deep love and trust that both parties have for each other ;D. People do get what they think they deserve! Reminds me of the black male lottery winner who disappeared only to be found buried in his own back yard, his white wife/livin "love" implicated in his death. One day dbr's will learn!

    {PS: I was being optimistic, they'll never learn!}

  3. Reminds me of the black male lottery winner who disappeared only to be found buried in his own back yard, his white wife/livin "love" implicated in his death. One day dbr's will learn!

    and let's not forget the football player who was having an affair with a ww who killed him and herself. will they learn? to be very honest...i don't care if they do or don't. They've made it very clear that other women are "better than bw" and their list of wonderful reasons why they will NEVER marry us. So why i should care what happens to them afterwards?

    I've long gone moved on! Gary's death was unfortunate. I don't know if we will really know what happened.

  4. Sisters, stop it! This is who Gary chose to marry and leave his resources to, if he has any. Don't waste your time worrying about his demise now. Sounds harsh, but I only have time to worry about those who worry about me. RIP Arnold.

  5. I heard the news and I don't know if there really was something behind it though she may have reason why she done that. So lets respect and give them space rather making the situation worst.