Doubtless, you have heard of the many allegations flying around the country in regards to who sexually assaulted who, usually with no evidence or even witness that can agree. It has been a growing issue, with one side claiming that with a lack of evidence, one cannot be convicted, whereas the other side says that all victims who come forward should be believed. All the while in the middle of it all, those who had been assaulted are being forced to relive their trauma over and over again with each major public accusation that comes up.
President Trump has, of course, had much to say on this. He can be quoted as saying that it is “…a very scary time for young men in America…”, referring to how it seems easy for any woman to come forward with no proof and claim a man raped her simply to see his life ruined.
Charlamagne Tha God has actually agreed with what Trump has said on the issue, and even drew a parallel between today and history.
Charlamagne Tha God shared a video of Trump speaking on the issue, captioning it, “Welcome to A Blackman’s World.” His quote referencing the Central Park Five; a group of black men who had been accused of raping a woman, only to be released after thirteen years of prison time when the real, white, culprit was found.
It is hard to argue with Charlamagne’s choice in words, as there have been instances of women accusing men to have then sent to prison, only to later come forward or otherwise prove that it was a lie. Such was a very common threat for many black people mere decades ago. Find Additional Information Here.
In production, Charlamagne runs his own company, CThaGod World LLC and co-host of Brilliant Idiots a favorite podcast. He has directed and acted in movies like Bodied (2017), on the run eating (2018) and Grow House (2017) to mention but a few. Also, he is a writer and has a book titled “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction on May 7 2017. Another book Charlamagne has written is titled “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me”.
Perhaps we should all remember to learn from our history before we thoughtlessly repeat it.