Black Men Need to Stop Trying to Silence Black Women

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On my lunch break, I saw Snoop Dogg and Gayle King were trending on Twitter. In an interview, Gayle King asked WNBA star Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant’s rape charge. Leslie shared her opinion, and that should have been that. Then, Snoop Dogg made a seemingly threatening video towards Gayle King telling her that as a black woman, she should not call out a black man.

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The Rewired Soul

The Rewired Soul

Psychology/mental health/philosophy. Stay up to date by following me here & on Twitter/Instagram @TheRewiredSoul. Books available at www.TheRewiredSoul.com/shop

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