#YASSorPASS : Black Twitter reacts to Ciara singing the National Anthem [VIDEO] 

SINGING CI CI…
Ciara recently joined the host of R&B singers who’ve attempted to SLAY the National Anthem at a major sporting event…and you KNOW Black Twitter had something to say about it…

Yesterday, the 29-year-old girlfriend of NFL zaddy, Russell Wilson, took her talents to the pitcher’s mound of Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park to lend her skills for the opening of the MBL All Star Game…
While some of her C-Squad fans praised her for coming close to matching Whitney Houston’s infamous rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner,” Black Twitter tough guys DRAGGED the “iBet” songstress for her vocal shortcomings and use of background singers.
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  1. Avery Jarhman

    July 16, 2015 at 5:49 am

    When & Why Did Our Moms Become Less Than Human?

    Hi. Reading the lyrics to CIARA’S “I’m Out” (feat. Nicki Minaj) I am puzzled by something, perhaps someone can help?

    Who is responsible for *influencing or conditioning* many young Americans of African descent to characterize our moms, sisters, grandmas, daughters and aunts as less than human creatures?

    Growing up in the 60s, year after year I’d roll out of bed in the morning, crank up my 9v transistor radio listening to contemporary sounds, including a new genre of American music its artists, composers, lyricists and producers called Motown.

    My Motown musician friends wrote and performed music that made me smile, wanting to dance, celebrate life and wanting to experience the love between a man and a woman they were constantly telling me about. Every hour of every day I could tune in my radio and listen to my talented Motown musician friends singing songs praising and loving women

    Listening to these musicians celebrating life and loving women *conditioned me* to believe they are good, peaceful people deserving of respect, admiration and a large *”Thank you”* for sharing their musical talent with me, my friends and our world.

    What I am trying to figure out is why today, many of my Motown friend’s children and grandchildren are writing contemporary music performance lyrics that clearly are demeaning and HATING on each other, as well as writing lyrics demeaning women, our moms, sisters, grandmas, daughters and aunts, characterizing women as *itches* and *hores*, essentially less than human not deserving of respect? Which is pretty much how greedy or genuinely ignorant early Euros characterized the African people they abducted and enslaved.

    What happened? Why have females fallen out of favor with many young people who write rap hip hop performances?

    Another question. Today when ten-year-old American kids wake up, tune into their fav contemporary radio station, listening to lyrics describing anti-social activities and behaviors their parents, community and educators are telling them are harmful to them, their neighbors and community, what opinions, if any, will these 5th grade children form about the music performers writing music lyrics describing anti-social behaviors and activities that often emotionally traumatize and physically harm individual peaceful people and the neighborhoods they live or work in?

    Who is responsible for influencing some or many Americans of African descent to view females as less than human *itches?

    What subliminal messages are today’s youngsters learning when they hear Americans of African descent characterizing women, aka our moms, sisters, grandmas, daughters and aunts, as inhuman bvtches, not worthy of respect?

    Thanks.

    #RestorePrideInParenting
    #EndChildAbuseNeglect
    #ProtectKidsFromIrresponsibleCaregivers

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