Re: Remember The Time
Posted By: discipleofmaat In Response To: Re: Remember The Time *LINK* (karibkween)
Date: Monday, 10 August 2009, at 9:45 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Remember The Time *LINK* (karibkween)
*******If this is the case LeBron, Amare, and Wade better watch their backs. They all are spitting images of Egyptian Pharaohs; LeBron = Men, Wade = Amunhotep III, Amare = Thutmos I *******
That would not present a problem unless someone projected the connection between the pharaohs and those athletes.
In other words, if Jayze put Lebron in a video where he is portraying a pharaoh in such powerful imagery of blackness, I would expect a 'punishment'.
Just think of the audacity of MJ. He he was just about as immersed into the white culture as one could get yet he still made that video with a deliberate exclusion of white or semitic actors portraying the originators of their (western) society. That was just TOO black and TOO strong for someone in his popular position.
Its okay if its Tavis at some 3am but not THE popular culture king of the world.
BTW/PS, I cannot substantiate it but rumor is that MJ was speaking or working on lyrics that warned people against "eye candy". IMO, it would have suggested suspicion of messiah obama. If so, it would explain what happened to him.
Have you heard anything?
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