Rumors: Jeezy, Common, Malik Yoba, Trans Women…

Written by on September 4, 2019

We have some house cleaning rumors out here to clean up. I didn’t really cover it, because it dealt with relationships and whatnot. So, let us go back to people that are happy!

First up are Jeezy and Jeanie! Now, that has a nice ring to it! Jeannie Mai and Jeezy are officially dating and the word on the street is they are extremely happy! For those that need a clue, Jeannie is a host on “The Real,” a show that’s like “The View” with a younger demo. Jeezy is still the trap god.

Next up: Common and Angela Rye . These two actually broke up and got back together. I thought it was all Angela’s fault since we know Common is a good dude, but it was the opposite. According to reports, he “had to get his mind right.” I am happy for them!

This is not really a rumor, but it is all that people are talking ’bout on the social media. Actor Malik Yoba finds trans people attractive! Now, he’s making this admission, because a young man that also was into trans women killed himself after he was shamed on the internet for it. These hood dudes straight bullied him on camera and then he killed himself. Well, Malik decided to “come out” in solidarity with him, but that’s all people are focused on. Now, in closed circles and hushed tones, insiders are saying they have known that Malik was bi. Others have said there is no “seat” in the car for him, according to the laws of Dave Chappelle. However, if he is a “B,” then there is a seat! Nevertheless, the rumors, check out EXACTLY what the “Undercover New York” and “Empire” star had to say.

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ATTENTION BLACK AND ALL MEN!!! THIS IS NOT OK!!!!! This video is another heartbreaking example of the homophobia, transphobia hatred and hypocrisy WE as black folks, BLACK MEN in particular have to NAME , FACE and CALL OUT and do the work to heal!!! THIS IS EXACTLY WHY I WILL BE AT @transmarchondc ?️‍?hosting a workshop called LOVE + TRAUMA: The Trans Experience on Sept 27 2019 ( details TBD ) His name was Maurice “Reese” Willoughby, a 20 yr old baby who killed himself from an apparent drug overdose after his girlfriend left him due to abuse. Clearly as evidenced in this video this young man was confident in his choice to love who he loved but the uninformed young men around him haven’t been taught BY US that love is love and acceptance of Trans love is ok and bullying has nothing to do with masculinity or HETEROSEXUAL behavior. Ultimately his mental and emotional health was not intact enough and the fragility of his life as he saw it was too much to bear. Often times this type of shame and ridicule can lead to the murders of women of the trans experience . NOT OK!! Clearly he didn’t get the support of his peers who think that toxicity = masculinity and humanity. That being a “real man” means we must disrespect and demean those that FIND themselves attracted to women of the trans experience. The fact that he was trans attracted presumably meant that he had no safe space to go to find the support he needed to learn to navigate love of a woman of the trans experience in a world that constantly tells you you’re wrong. TRANS PEOPLE DESERVE LOVE AND RESPECT AS DO THOSE OF US THAT LOVE THEM!! I love ALL women AND count MYSELF among those that find themselves trans attracted and I too have felt the self imposed shame that comes with that truth but it’s time to speak up. It is NOT about GENITALIA OR SEX but about attraction to the soul and humanity of an individual and often the beauty that is in the courage and conviction to live ones truth! As a self identified cis heterosexual man I too am learning what it means to be trans attracted. Many of us famous and otherwise that have struggled with accepting our attraction so we do NOTHING. This MUST change ??

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