Being Homeless for a Cost And Being Homeless Without a Cost.That’s YOU?

Who would’ve thought that I would called White Police dumb Police when I’ve been a United force between Police and Black Communities during the early 2000’s.I have extreme ultimate respect because I grew up in that environment.

Some things changed after the death of Eric Garner and cruelty of blacks in homeless Shelters across America,especially in New York.I throw my comfort away and embarked on exposing the cruelty in the homeless system and confronting those who manages or runs it.I demanded change.

For me to effectively expose the cruelty I became a homeless person without a cost but for a cost.I became a Homeless Activist within the Shelters System of New York City.Demanding better treatment of Blacks and color people.Exposing the dirty places where blacks where living and the expired food they where serving and the constant cruelty from those workers and security guards who works within the shelter system.

I came to find out that the Shelter System and the White Police system had a cruelty benefit package as I like to called it.Since many of those within the shelters where on parole,running from the law or simply struggling to keep a roof over their heads.I noticed a pattern of behavior that I had to confront immediately.They’ll put fear in those Black people by saying, “We called the Police if you don’t do what we want you to do or cooperate.” That really pisses me off because that is the White Jim Crow way of controlling our people.I had to put stop to it.

Also noticed the Shelter and Police will disclosed or exchange Black people personal informations.I also noticed the White Police will informed the shelter of someone black they think must watched.White Police or Police Department should’ve no personal relationship with the Shelter system or access to Black People personal informations because it causes them to harass them.

Both the DHS and NYPD didn’t like me and my approach.I had both on high alert by constantly exposing them in the streets. White Police brutality and New York City Shelter Cruelty was focus of Activism.I became a notarized figure who was within the system to expose it and destroy anything that with destroy Black People right as human being.

Both United to alienate my personality by making it to look like my reason of being in the Shelter system was due to drug,alcohol or substance abused.One claimed I ruined my life and credit or just plain can’t take it together.Which I didn’t care as usual as long as I am focused on making sure these two deadly forces stop suppressing our Black people.

Due to my actions and constant actions they began to instill change within every New York Shelters and substituted DHS specialists instead of Police to handle homeless people especially black people.

“There are sometimes where you will have to be in it to change it.It made not be comfortable for you but it is definitely comfortable for others which is worth the risk taken for Blacklivesmatter.”Sdwjr

Tamar Braxton Explained Being HOMELESS and PROUD to SAY It.

“I had no idea what my life would look like a few months ago, when I was homeless,” Braxton told fans on Instagram

The singer/songwriter also posted an upbeat update, revealing that she and her son had since secured a place to live. She shared a glimpse of the house in a video posted alongside a heartfelt Easter post.  

“He has RISEN‼️This is my FIRST Easter in Logan and I first home. 🙏🏼 I had No IDEA what my life would look like a few months ago ….( ya’ll not ready for the truth) 😰🙄….BUT just like my Father God always does…he showed up and showed OUT🍀remember with God the impossible is possible. And today, is a reminder of just that. Thank you God for then, loving me enough to die for my sins and also loving me enough to not make me feel like I was forgotten ☺️Trust in God and he will perform miracles🙏🏼“Don’t cheat yourself Treat yourself” I❤️U #happyeaster🐰” the singer wrote.

Tamar offered clarification via a series of tweets, dragging WeTV, the network behind the long-running series, “Braxton Family Values.”

“It wasn’t my son per say, it was what was continuously aired on that network that was effecting my son and reputation. They WOULD NOT terminate working together after I told them it was killing me. Periodt,” Braxton wrote in a series of later deleted tweets

Tamar shared some encouraging news over the holiday weekend, and gave God the credit for helping her to overcome obstacles.

As reported in December, Tamar Braxton sat down with Taraji P. Henson and co-host, Tracie Jade Jenkins, and revealed that she had attempted to take her own life because she thought her 7-year-old son, Logan, would be better off without her. 

Logan was the reason why I made that decision. I just felt like he deserved better. I felt like I was embarrassing him, being a fool on TV,” Tamar told Taraji as she broke down into tears. 

“You thought he would be better without you?” Taraji responded, in shock. 

“I thought in that moment,” Braxton replied.

It appears that Braxton’s career has been at a standstill since she quit her E! reality series. Like many other artists, the performer has been unable to tour due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. It appears that she and her son landed in a homeless predicament, amid her personal turmoil.

Tamar Braxton and her son, Logan, were reportedly homeless only a few months ago. The singer and former reality star has evidently experienced a downward spiral, since her split from her ex-boyfriend, David Adefeso.

The Braxton Family Values beauty’s marriage to record executive, Vincent Herbert, ended in a divorce that was finalized in 2019. Her second marriage was officially dissolved the the same year that she split from Adefeso. Braxton’s fans know that Adefeso claimed that she had been violent and abusive

White Police used inappropriate ‘deadly force’ on Floyd: expert

The police officer accused of murdering George Floyd used inappropriate “deadly force” when kneeling on his neck for more than nine minutes, an expert told the court in Minneapolis on Wednesday. 

Jody Stiger, a use-of-force specialist testifying for the prosecution, was questioned at the trial of Derek Chauvin, the white officer seen in a phone video kneeling on the neck of Floyd, who was Black. 

The harrowing footage of Floyd’s May 25, 2020 arrest touched off protests against racial injustice and police brutality in the United States and around the world. 

Stiger said that Chauvin’s actions were “deadly force” because Floyd “was in the prone position.” 

“And the pressure… being caused by (Chauvin’s) body weight could cause positional asphyxia, which could cause death,” Stiger said, after being shown images of Chauvin’s actions. 

Asked how much force was reasonable after Floyd was prone, handcuffed and not resisting, Stiger, a Los Angeles police officer, said “my opinion was no force should have been used once he was in that position.” 

“An officer is only allowed to use a level of force that is proportional to the seriousness of the crime, or the level of resistance,” he said. 

Prosecutors are seeking to prove that Floyd’s death was due to asphyxiation, while Chauvin’s defense claims it was due to illegal drugs in Floyd’s system. 

– ‘Stay away from the neck’ – 

On Tuesday, Johnny Mercil, the Minneapolis police’s use-of-force coordinator, said Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck was not an authorized restraint. 

“We tell officers to stay away from the neck when possible. And if you’re going to use body weight, to pin it on their shoulder,” Mercil said. 

Chauvin, 45, who was sacked from the police force after the incident, has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and manslaughter. 

Floyd was arrested on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill in a nearby store. 

A paramedic testified last week that Floyd, 46, was already dead when he arrived on the scene in an ambulance and that Chauvin was still kneeling on his neck. 

Chauvin, who has been in court every day taking meticulous notes and consulting with his attorney, faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of the most serious charge — second-degree murder. 

The other three former police officers involved in the arrest — Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng — are to be tried separately later this year.

‘I will not back down’: Gov. Kemp blasts MLB’s decision to pull All-Star game from Atlanta

ATLANTA — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp held a news conference Saturday blasting the MLB’s decision to pull the All-Star game and draft from Atlanta.

The MLB announced its decision on Friday citing Georgia’s controversial new voting law and saying relocating the events was “the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport.”

Gov. Kemp fired back, calling it a “kneejerk decision” and an “attack on our state.”

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On Saturday, he told Georgians that the MLB caved to pressure and is hurting Georgians who were depending on the game for a paycheck.

“They don’t care about jobs, they don’t care about our communities and they certainly don’t care about access to the ballot box because if they did MLB would’ve announced it was moving it’s headquarters from New York,” Kemp said. “In New York, they have 10 days of early voting. In Georgia, we have 17 … It’s easier to vote in Georgia than it is in New York.”

During the news conference, Kemp reiterated much of what he told Jovita Moore during an exclusive interview on Channel 2 Action News at 6 p.m.

“Major League Baseball has caved to the cancel culture and a bunch of liberal lies, quite honestly. He didn’t cite one specific part of the bill that he disagrees with. And it’s because Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams continue to lie about the Election Integrity Act that I just signed. And I believe for your viewers at home, you might as well get ready because now that they’re coming for your baseball game, they’re going to come after your business, they’re going to come after your way of life,” Kemp told Moore. Click here to read his full interview.

WHiTE OFFICERS SHOT AT US SIMPLY BECAUSE WE WERE BLACK

Car belonging to Derrick Hamlin, 22, and his girlfriend, Torrie Wilson, 27, who say they were shot at by cops during a March 3 car stop on E. 219th St. and White Plains Road. (Obtained by New York Daily News)

Rather, police sources tell the Daily News, the damage was done by a police officer’s baton. “Shots were not fired,” said Sgt. Jessica McRorie, an NYPD spokeswoman.

But the cops involved are likely still in trouble because they didn’t report their pursuit over their police radio, and never told their supervisor what happened, said police sources. “The incident is under internal review,” McRorie said.

The incident happened around 9:30 p.m., after Hamlin and Wilson dropped off Wilson’s 7-year-old daughter with her grandmother, and drove off to get some sweet chili salmon at a Caribbean restaurant.

Hamlin, who was driving a BMW, had just made a left turn near Bronx Blvd. in Olinville when a marked police vehicle got behind him and pulled him over.

The officers caught up, stepped out with their guns, and ordered the couple out of the car. Hamlin and Wilson are Black, and Hamlin said all the cops they saw were white.

Early the next morning, around 2 a.m. or 3 a.m., Hamlin called a lawyer, Nicholas Ramcharitar, with an urgent request — he thought the cops were looking for them, and they wanted to surrender.

Ramcharitar asked them to hold off while he made some phone calls first. So he reached out to the 47th Precinct, to see if either Hamlin or Wilson were wanted for questioning.

“I called the 47 detective squad, told them they were involved in a police shooting,” he said. A detective told him neither Hamlin nor Wilson were wanted for questioning.

White officer shot 13 years old and concealed thE evIdence.MOTHER WANTS JUSTICE

On the night of March 28, Elizabeth Toledo thought her 13-year-old son, Adam, was finally home. He had returned after days away. She had even called the Chicago police to report him missing. But that Sunday night, she would later tell reporters, she saw him go into the room he shared with his brother.

The next day, he was gone. Ms. Toledo later heard from the police: Adam was dead, fatally shot by a police officer who had chased him into an alley early in the morning on March 29, just hours after she last saw him.

“I just want to know what really happened to my baby,” Ms. Toledo said at a news conference last week, demanding transparency from law enforcement officials and expressing disbelief that Adam — who, she said, played with Legos and rode bikes with his siblings — would end up in what the police called an “armed confrontation.”

The Civilian Office of Police Accountability, an independent agency that handles investigations involving the Chicago Police Department, initially withheld the footage from body cameras worn by the officers involved in the shooting, but now says it plans to release the video. The announcement comes as the nation continues to contend with tensions over police violence, particularly when it comes to Black and Latino residents.

The agency reconsidered after Adam’s family, city and police officials, and activists pressed for the public to see the video. Officials said they were coordinating with the Toledo family so that Adam’s mother could watch the footage before it was shared with the public.

The shooting has tapped into a tide of anguish and frustration in Chicago neighborhoods that have been gripped by recurring gun violence. Chicago, like other American cities, has struggled to stem a surge in shootings during the coronavirus pandemic. In the first quarter of 2021, there were 131 shootings, marking the most violent start to a year since 2017.

Chicago is also a city that has seen the power that video can have in shaping the public’s understanding of a police shooting and galvanizing a community’s outrage. In 2014, a recording from a police vehicle’s dash camera captured Laquan McDonald, a Black teenager, collapsing as a white officer shot him 16 times.


Lil Nas X responds after judge halts sale of “Satan Shoes

Lil Nas X is not exactly thrilled that a judge ruled to halt the sale of his controversial sneaker collaboration with design company MSCHF.

“I haven’t been upset until today, I feel like its [messed] up they have so much power they can get shoes cancelled,” the 21-year-old tweeted on Thursday. “Freedom of expression gone out the window. but that’s gonna change soon.

In a later tweet, Lil Nas hit back at a user who attempted to explain why the ruling shouldn’t have been a shock.

“You ripped off their design and logo. Everyone knows that’s illegal,” they wrote. “Someone as supposedly creative as you should have known better and designed your own shoe.”

“People make customs all the time, it’s never been a problem,” the “Old Town Road” singer rebutted, adding a claimthat the footwear company only did so “because a powerful group of people pushed them to do so.”

Lil Nas X dropped the limited-edition devil-themed Nike Air Max 97s on Monday and 665 out of 666 pairs of the $1,018 shoes sold out in about a minute. The last pair was meant to be given to a lucky fan in a giveaway.

On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Eric Komitee granted a temporary restraining order that prevented any more sales of the shoe, though, it’s a bit late considering MSCHF told the judge that all 665 pairs of the shoes have already been shipped and they have no plans to sell any additional pairs.

Why Hollywood may be staying surprisingly quiet about Georgia’s new voting law

GP: Tyler Perry People's Choice Awards

While other corporate giants such as Coca-Cola and Delta have been quick to opposeGeorgia’s new voting law, film studios in the state have been less vocal.

In the past, Hollywood has used the threat of production boycotts in the state to make clear its opinions about Georgia’s politics. However, this time around, studios have been largely mum on the matter, leading many to wonder why.

Some speculate the industry is hoping the federal government will intervene, while executives express their concerns behind the scenes or pull other levers such as the use of political donations. But another factor could be timing: Amid the coronavirus pandemic, studios are simply unable to make threats that could disrupt production.

“As a Georgia resident and business owner I’ve been here a few times with the anti-abortion bill and the LGBTQ discrimination bill,” said Tyler Perry, who owns Tyler Perry Studios in Georgia, in a statement Tuesday. “They all sent a shockwave through Georgia and the nation but none of them managed to succeed. I’m resting my hope in the [Department of Justice] taking a hard look at this unconstitutional voter suppression law that harkens to the Jim Crow era.”

The new law, which was signed by Gov. Brian Kemp on March 26, includes a restriction on drop boxes, makes it a crime to provide food or water to voters lined up outside polling stations, requires mandatory proof of identity for absentee voting and creates greater legislative control over how elections are run. Opponents say these provisions will disproportionately disenfranchise people of color.

On Wednesday, ViacomCBS became the first major entertainment corporation to publicly condemn the law.

“We unequivocally believe in the importance of all Americans having an equal right to vote and oppose the recent Georgia voting rights law or any effort that impedes the ability to exercise this vital constitutional right,” the company posted on Twitter.

JAY-Z SCRAPPED Cam’ron VERSE FROM A SONG FOR A PAYBACK

Cam’ron is one of the most defining voices of early 00s rap music. As a member of The Diplomats, the Harlem-bred rapper experienced commercial success and went on to earn multiple RIAA certified projects. Due to qualms with Roc-A-Fella label head Jay-Z, he eventually separated his Diplomat Records banner from the label in 2005 and signed a new deal. The rap legend recently sat down with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN on the latest episode of Revolt’s “Drink Champs” to divulge more details about the frenemy relationship he and Jay- Z had at the start of the millennia, naming a specific incident where the two sabotaged each other in the studio. 

He continued, “So, he’s like, I’m not signed to them n*ggas, Cam, so we did the song. So, Peedi’s playing the song for Jay-Z and whoever else is in the studio. He says he’s in the studio playing it and my verse comes on and JAY says, ‘Stop it. Erase that sh*t’ and just erased my whole verse.”

Their relationship has since improved as he and fellow Dipset member Jim Jones hit the stage with Jay-Z in their home city back in 2019.

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