Uncle Charlie Says If Miley Cyrus Was His Daughter He Would Tear That A** Up

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September 11, 2013 ‐ By

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Charlie Wilson might go by Uncle Charlie, but he will beat your behind like he’s your daddy if you get out of line. The man we’ve loved ever since his Gap Band days stopped by the office today, and in the midst of talking about Paparazzi and how TMZ cameras randomly rolled up on him one day asking him about Miley Cyrus twerking, Charlie, last name Wilson, dropped this gem on what he would have done after the MTV VMAs if Miley Cyrus was his daughter.

“If she would’ve been my daughter, I would’ve tore her a** up. Straight out.”

“If I catch one of my kids doing that, that a** is whooped. Straight out.

“I’m going to jail ‘cuz I’m whooping that a**. That’s how it is. Straight out.

You know when black folks say “straight out” they mean business right?

Watch the video below to fully understand the extent of Uncle Charlie’s disgust with Miley Cyrus’s on-stage twerking as he makes this plea to the barely legal singer: “Put you some clothes on damnit!”

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  • dave

    so would every other straight man…

  • Bklynjavagrl

    Miley Cyrus is a grown woman. Her body is hers.

  • Gabie Aldrich

    She’s a adult!(I am no way calling what she did as talent) He would go to jail for assault! Man i would of loved to be a fly on the wall during one of his Gap band after parties I bet a hell of a lot more than twerking happened there.

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  • Pamela Jones-Meadows

    That’s right uncle Charlie!

  • Kimberly Reese

    That a black parent for you, and Snoop Daughter would not did that

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  • CC

    At least he kept it real where she’s legal or not. Sounds like the message is “She would be scared to do something like that if she were my daughter”.

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  • Kath

    She’s twenty, she can do whatever. Apathy is my feeling towards that performance.

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  • PICA$$O BABY YEEZU$

    miley a 20 year old white woman with mllions…what can he or billy ray cyrus say to her? nothng

    • Indy Syder

      Point made! The people on here talking about Uncle Charlie is right are fools. If you have to use a belt to get your point across to a 20-year old, you have a problem. That’s what’s wrong with black culture now, everything is about the belt, not actual raising or teaching.

      • James

        You must be 20 your damn self! Back then young people had more sense and was brought up right by our parents and spanked us if we got out of line and being disrespectful, now young people are out their damn minds, disrespecting people including elders, creating flash mobs on Facebook and Twitter and they rather listen to what rappers have to say other than their parents because the government are telling parents how to raise their own kids.

        • Indy Syder

          I must be 20. Oh my lord, you must be my mother. You have to be the one who gave birth to me because you know more about me than me. That’s amazing, and extremely foolish. I was whipped with extension cords growing up, and it didn’t help. Until I learned actual lesson in life, that’s when I developed as a person. I won’t elaborate to someone who knows me, but never met me in person or spoken with me personally.

        • BlueCornMoon

          As a newly retired teacher I say you’re absolutely right ! I’ve had many kids who were straight up thugs & I taught ELEMENTARY SCHOOL K-6 ! Some hit staff members, threatened principals, bullied classmates, & were taken out in cuffs by the cops! Their dumb*ss parents would defend them almost every time. Now the schools have school police officers & the high schools have metal detectors to keep out guns & knives! Just today there was a teen girl RAPED by a classmate & school just opened this week !! Back in my day ( & my parents’ day) in our southern segregated schools we didn’t needofficers & detectors because WE HAD PARENTS & ADULTS WHO DID THEIR JOBS & DIDN’T TAKE ANY CRAP FROM KIDS ! That included NEIGHBORS, PASTORS, FRIENDS’ PARENTS, & ANY ADULTS who could scold you & even whoop that *ss & then tell your parents who promptly whooped it again ! Nobody came running with a lawyer to defend your right to raise h*ll & then punish your parents for spanking you !! The rule was : you knew better,you did it anyway, so take your punishment & don’t give me any lip !!” My neighborhood was safe ALL THE TIME !! My school was safe ALL THE TIME !!

          • draydray

            Oh stfu. I’m pretty sure all of these un holy kids you speak of were spanked as well. Whether or not you whoop your kids is not the deciding factor on if you’re a good or bad parent!

            • BlueCornMoon

              YOU need to stfu & read the history of the southern black experience ! Spanking was a punishment for extreme flouting of PARENTS RULES! Adults were in charge back then and THE DECIDING FACTORS that made for GOOD PARENTING back then were teaching values, respect ,proper behavior & a desire to better yourself thru education. That was of extreme importance because in that segregated southern world it was important for our survival.There were degrees of punishment & spanking was for the worst violations. We were taught that a badly behaved bunch of black kids could cause their parents to lose their jobs if some bigoted white bosses heard about them causing trouble in neighborhoods. Most of those awful kids we taught in today’s schools came from dysfunctional homes led by parents on drugs, neglectful parents who didn’t teach them proper behavior or social skills,largely ignored them & partied a lot leaving kids to fend for themselves, baby mama/baby daddy parents that were too young, & parents with criminal records. Many would not work with the school system & get the help their kids needed. Instead they’d defend the kids,blame the schools, & deny their kids had any problems at all. Many times the good parents of nice kids got sick of these young thugs & put their kids in Christian schools, charter schools, & schools with special programs.

      • PICA$$O BABY YEEZU$

        exactly, not ever 20 year old is out here like this..if she knew better she’d do better but its too late…she’ll have to grow and live with and learn from her mistakes

    • Willa

      Look, TMZ asked him a question and he gave his own opinion, he’s old school and it’s nothing wrong with that! No need to be that damn offended, so calm you butt down!

      • PICA$$O BABY YEEZU$

        its only the truth ma…listen to kanye west- cant tell me nothin

      • PICA$$O BABY YEEZU$

        its only the truth ma…listen to kanye west- cant tell me nothin

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  • Guest

    Its amazing how folks are so quick to judge and state what they would and would not do if a child was theirs. I agree her performance was in poor taste and I do like Uncle Charlie, but the same could be said about him “if he was her dad he would not have had a drug addiction” Everyone has to make their choices and go through the trials of life. Nothing wrong with commenting on negative behaviors but we should never forget where we have ourselves come from.

  • Nicky

    Hell yeah, I’ll do the same if my daughters were twerking, my husband and I bring our 3 daughters to have class and respect for themselves, we’re strict like that.

  • ChiTown Princess

    I would do the same thing if my kid did what she did at the VMAs, thanks for keeping it real Charlie!

  • enlightenment

    You ever see a black celebrity who grew up with good black parenting get like Miley Cyrus…ever? Exactly.

    • Laine

      Hmm, but how do you know that Miley Cyrus had GOOD parents? This has nothing to do with black or white parenting styles, just with a lack of class and ignorance

      • enlightenment

        Did you really just ask me that question? If Miley Cyrus had a good father, would he approve of her VMA her performance? Did you read the tweet he sent her: “Mile, if twerkin woulda (sic) been invented… And I had a foam finger… I woulda (sic) done the same thang you did.”

        Yeah no, not something you would hear out of a black father’s mouth. THAT’s for sure! Black parenting styles, let’s be honest, is usually involves an asswhoopin’ and a belt. Not a slap on the wrist.

        • J

          All races whip their kids, even Whites. And they still do to this day. I’ve seen white parents whip their kids with my own eyes. Back to Miley’s upbringing, how do you know if her parents didnt spank her? for all one knows, they probably did spank Miley and her siblings. if you were not involved in her upbringing, then you have no right to talk.

          • enlightenment

            First off, I never said “only blacks whoop their kids”—I’m well aware all races whoop kids. And I could care less what white parents you’ve seen whip their kids, that is not a generalization of the whole population. What I’m saying is that more black parents do it than white parents. Let’s be real here, more white parents lean towards “time out” and more black parents lean towards a belt.

            Secondly, it’s called deductive reasoning. I don’t need to look through someone’s whole life history to figure out whether or not they were the product of good parenting. I’m sure you’re smart enough to see Miley was not.

    • BlueCornMoon

      H*LL NO !!

    • YouStupid!

      That was enlightening. :>

  • Deirdra Johnson

    My mom used to tell me that she didn’t care how grown I got, she was still my parent and she would get in my tail. That’s how black folk roll. I agree with him.

    • BlueCornMoon

      SAME HERE !

    • Pamela Jones-Meadows

      Amen.

  • Live_in_LDN

    The thing is….whatever you thought of her performance, she is an adult at the end of the day. I’m not a fan of Cyrus at all so please don’t interpret this as my defending her (i’m really indifferent) but it’s a bit disturbing for a man to talk about beating the tar out of his 20 year old, adult daughter.

    • Nicky

      No, that’s just being a black parent who wants his grown daughter to have class and respect herself. Even my own mother told me if she saw her own daughters and granddaughters twerk, she’ll beat our a**es too, and she will, and I’m only 34.

      • Blackhawk

        A lot of women don’t like to hear or see a man discipline girls.. probably because they never had a dad,

        • Live_in_LDN

          Your comment is very prescumptious and is from a place of ignorance.

          • IJS

            What word were you trying to spell, scrumptious or promiscuous?

            • Live_in_LDN

              Neither. You could just work it out by the context. I was commenting from my phone so spelling mistakes happen. I’ve fixed it for you, okay?

            • Pamela Jones-Meadows

              Wow meow!

          • Blackhawk

            what was wrong with my comment?

      • Live_in_LDN

        At 34, you think it’s okay for your mother to still beat you for breaking her morality code???? Are you serious? You are an f’n adult. If you parents haven’t done their job by 18 then they have failed and shouldn’t have to still be parenting an f’n adult at 34. Cut the apron strings already.

        • Willa

          It’s a figure of speech you dumba**! Her mom won’t LITERALLY do it, but she would want to is what she’s saying, stop being such a pantywaist and take a joke!

          • Live_in_LDN

            I don’t know any of the other commenters personally nor did my parents raise me using violence and aggression so who am I to know if the original commenter is serious or not?

        • Chey

          You need to have a seat. You’re taking this too literally.

          • Live_in_LDN

            You need to literally shove a seat up your arse and stop with those tired and cliche phrases.

            • Chey

              Lol good one! Keep going!

          • Pamela Jones-Meadows

            Thank you Chey!

      • YouStupid!

        Hey Live, I believe it is more to the fact that the boundaries should have been set way before Mishap Miley got to this point. Since she made the money things she did wasn’t address in the same manner they would be in a normal household…Cause I’m sure that Azz should have be spanked a long time ago. Straight Out.

    • Jae Bee

      I agree Live. It’s highly inappropriate for a man to talk about beating a young ADULT woman. IMHO, it’s inappropriate for any person to talk about beating someone else just because they did something that displeased them. We as a society (but especially the black community) need to stop acting as if violence or statements that people make about their desire to commit a violent act is cute. Yes, Charlie may have been talking a little tongue-in-cheek here, but words have power and shape opinion. Maybe Charlie wouldn’t literally beat his 20 year old daughter, but there are many other men out in the world who might hear his statement and use it to rationalize their use of violence against women and children. No one should be beaten (or threatened with a beating) for doing something that is of no harm to someone else (e.g. “twerking”).

  • Nia

    I feel you, Uncle!

  • MsLadyE

    Charlie, I agree with you 100%. Straight out!! LOL

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      At least he kept it real where she’s legal or not. Sounds like the message is “She would be scared to do something like that if she were my daughter”.