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June 12, 2020 at 4:26 am #1203529303
has anyone heard of Remi Wolf? she made Billboard Top 50 Songs of the Year (so far) with “Woo!” Girl has pipes and the production on her tracks is very creative. Pop excellenceJune 12, 2020 at 9:13 am #1203529755
I can understand in the case of MJ when there is serious doubts about the authenticity of the allegations and the underlying motive of the accusers. But in the case of 6ix9ine, the evidence is clear as day. There is a conviction and a video.
Oh please, you don’t “understand” the case of MJ. You completely refuse to believe his accusers. Reminder that last year you disgustingly said this:
Wade Robson and James Safechuck for best performance by an actor in a leading role, in Leaving Neverland.
They deserve an Oscar for their strong acting and fooling all the critics into thinking they were really abused since they gave them a MC of 85.
You have ZERO right to criticize others for “ignoring” celebrity behaviour, when you openly, disgustingly, dismissed MJ’s behaviour.June 12, 2020 at 9:15 am #1203529758
He got you, M!June 12, 2020 at 1:57 pm #1203530122
You have ZERO right to criticize others for “ignoring” celebrity behaviour, when you openly, disgustingly, dismissed MJ’s behaviour.
I was open about my opinion and even in my post yesterday I was the one who brought up the example of MJ? So I’m not sure why you’re pretending to have receipts or whatever when I literally said in my post that when people still listen to MJ it’s understandable.
And yes I stand by that opinion. I’ve studied the issue very carefully and concluded that, as bad as the situation, there just wasn’t any credible evidence to support the allegations. I can understand people’s emotional reaction to the issue, but for me it is important that there is fairness for the accused as well. We’re not going to destroy someone’s entire legacy just based on mere testimony from the accusers, in a lawsuit where they’re asking for 1B$. It would set a dangerous precedent, in the sense that all you need to destroy someone is just have them be accused of sexual assault based on insufficient evidence. Yes sexual allegations should be presumed to be true, and investigated. But if upon investigation, contradictions or ulterior motives arise, then the presumption of innocence of the accused should also be as important.
That is different from adoring and listening to a CONVICTED child rapist who is CAUGHT on video committing the crime. There was never video footage for MJ. And there was never a sex assault conviction for MJ. Whereas today, you’re listening and supporting someone who is registered as a sex offender in the United States. The evidence against him couldn’t be clearer.
There is a difference. You have no excuse.June 12, 2020 at 2:15 pm #1203530140This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 12, 2020 at 2:17 pm #1203530142This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 12, 2020 at 2:24 pm #1203530156
I feel like there’s a big difference between not believing claims and outright mocking the alleged victims though.
Agreed. In hindsight, I think I shouldn’t have done that. But at the time I was also annoyed by the amount of backlash MJ was getting based on really insufficient and contradictory evidence. I still stand by the opinion, that I don’t believe those claims so far.
But I agree, even with all of that, I should’ve never used such harsh words against them, because after all, no one else will know the truth. And anyone who claims to know the truth, whether it is exculpatory or inculpatory, is lying.June 12, 2020 at 2:30 pm #1203530170
Anyway, at least I’m growing up as a person. So if the best you’re gonna use against me is posts from one, two, three years ago, have at it.
The issue is some of y’all are not growing up and still acting quite childish, either with justifying listening to convicted child predators or making jokes about terrorist attacks.
Chile…June 12, 2020 at 3:16 pm #1203530261
Anyways if you’re streaming Trollz you’re very much a terrible person, but some of you made that very clear a couple of nights ago.
You can check my last.fm and see I’m not streaming the song but I do believe everyone has the right to stream whatever they want to. An artistic input has nothing to do with an artist’s personal life, especially someone who already faced their crimes against court.June 12, 2020 at 5:50 pm #1203530453
Nicki Minaj’s career is six feet under (if it wasn’t already). That woman does anything for a bit of clout.June 12, 2020 at 6:36 pm #1203530489This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 12, 2020 at 6:50 pm #1203530496
the overdramatics in here chile… streaming a song by a problematic person may be shitty but that doesn’t make you a terrible person, sorry.
y’all be saying this stuff but get your life bopping to people like doja cat and the many other artists that get called out for their shitty behaviour anyway.June 12, 2020 at 7:05 pm #1203530501
It is, because
a) 6ix9ine is clearly not trying to evolve as a person, given that he still uses the n-word and uses very offensive language against women.
b) Every stream generates income for 6ix9ine.
c) He didn’t even serve the time he was supposed to and basically snitched his way out of jail.
The art and the artist will always be directly linked. He didn’t even apologize for what he’s done. Supporting him is a terrible choice as an individual. His music is terrible anyways but I guess that’s subjective.
Anyways Nicki Minaj needs to take a break. In the words of the great Offset, she do(es) anything for clout.
All of your points are wrong, in my opinion, because I don’t link the art and the artist. If I like a song, I listen to it (not the case).
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