After this happened you just knew this was coming. As the sick, perverted, rich and mostly white gay mafia continue to take over the world with their immoral, pro-gay agenda, those who dare to speak out against their morally bankrupt ways will be shot down. As comedian Tracy Morgan, "Millionaire Matchmaker" host Patti Stranger and now rapper T.I. have recently found out, dare to speak out against teh gheys (even if it's constructive criticism) and you will be dealt with...severely:
Earlier this week we told you about the fires that rapper T.I. ignited when he voiced his opinion on gays and the power they wield in the music industry.Now of course, T.I.'s a rapper--an easy target for the bullies on the Left who love to compare the personal choice of committing gay acts to being black. If T.I. were smart enough he'd know that the idea of comparing centuries of discrimination, Jim Crow laws, slavery and the like to who someone chooses to sleeps with is beyond ludicrous and more importantly disrespectful to all black people. But he isn't and that's why a rich, influential, gay white guy like Harvey Levin can get away with kind of utter disrespect and not worry about a single black liberal calling him out for it--it's how the gay mafia works.
In a cover story for VIBE magazine’s end of the year issue, T.I., 30, said “gay people are too sensitive” and he repeated an obscene joke about gay sex made by comedian Tracey Morgan before he too was shut down by the gay elite and forced to apologize.
It didn’t take long for the gays to strike back — and very soon thereafter, less than 72 hours later to be exact, T.I. crumbled under the pressure.
In a phone call to TMZ’s Harvey Levin yesterday, T.I. backed down from his earlier statements that one specialty group did not have the right to shut down the opinions of others because censorship is simply un-American.
Instead of sticking to his guns, T.I. allowed Levin to back him into a corner by agreeing that racism and the civil rights struggles somehow correlates with the current gay rights agenda.
Levin quickly put up a post with the headline: “T.I. [Says] Black People Can Be Oversensitive, Too”.
We’re not attacking T.I. because he supports Sandrarose.com, but the phone call, and its aftermath, were a disappointment to say the least.