Famous Men Who Take Pride In Dogging Out Women
Lil Bow Wow floored his Facebook fans when he bragged about how proud he is of disrespecting women. But we’re more surprised that Bow Wow is not alone. These celebrity have shaded women for everything from their skin color to their weight to not shutting up when they told them to.
We’re not sure where he gets his wisdom because Tyrese’s “advice” for black women is nothing short of condescending. He’s given tips to “fat and nasty” women and “independent” women who are going to end up alone. We’re starting to wonder if all of his shady advice is just residual anger from his bitter divorce.
The creator of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” caught a lot of flack for creating a show where women are essentially auctioned off. But he sealed his fate as a Hollywood sexist when he wrote this blog post after reality star Tila Tequila sued her ex Shawn Merriman for choking her during a fight:
“This particular girl is typical of the random skanks who populate most reality TV shows (not mine, of course). Ms. Tequila has no discernible talent, no Juilliard [sic] schooling, and, ultimately, no legitimate reason to be a star. What she does have is an ability to chase down the spotlight like Merriman hunts down a quarterback. Trust me. A girl like Tila Tequila will do just about anything for publicity.”
Juan Pablo Galavis
When Juan Pablo was eliminated midway through “The Bachelorette,” fans wanted more of the soccer playing hunk. But when he starred in his own season of “The Bachelor,” he quickly revealed himself as one of the most sexist men on reality TV after expressing concern for the example some of the mothers on the ABC series were setting for their children.
Kevin hart is the king of controversial Tweets like:
#handsdown Light-skinned women usually have better credit than a dark-skinned woman…Broke as dark hoes…Lol
Dark skinned women take a punch @ da face better than light-skinned women…u soft as yellow b–ches…lol
And we’re not going to get started on his dating history. It’s starting to get easier to see why black women stay mad at Kevin Hart.
It’s hard to love women if you don’t love yourself. Lil’ Wayne’s pride in bold statements about the color politics in his dating policies have us wondering if he likes what he sees in the mirror:
“Beautiful black woman, I bet that b*tch look better red…my daughter is the first and last dark skin child I’m having. The rest of my baby moms [are] light skinned chicks. I even got an Asian baby moms to make sure I have a daughter with good hair. Too bad we had a son.”
It doesn’t get any more disrespectful than actor Sean Connery’s advice on why it’s OK to hit a woman with an open hand — during a nationally televised interview with Barbara Walters.
Kanye seems to think it’s cool to disrespect “mixed” women as long as you also want to sleep with them. Or at least that’s what we gathered from his now infamous 2006 interview about “mutts”with Essence magazine: “If it wasn’t for race mixing there’d be no video girls. Me and most of our friends like mutts a lot. Yeah, in the hood they call ‘em mutts.”
Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell think that playing dangerously close to the line on sexual assault is so cool they made a club anthem about it.
“The Family Stone” star is also famous for his views on the legitimacy of the nastiest stereotypes about black women:
“You can’t call it a stereotype if it’s the majority. The most prevalent image in “urban society” right now is women like Nene [Leaks]. If there’s a fight that breaks out on “Love & Hip Hop” those people are on every blog, the cover of every magazine the next week. It’s not Taraji or Gabrielle, it’s whoever just got into a fist fight. Tyler’s not stereotyping, he’s holding up a mirror and people are mad at him because people don’t want to look at that image in that way.[sic]”
We wonder if Brian White ever turns that mirror on himself.
Mel Gibson has been caught on tape calling his arresting officer “sugar tits,” and saying unspeakable things to the ex he assaulted including, “You look like a f*cking pig in heat, and if you get raped by a pack of n*ggers it will be your fault.” Mel Gibson managed to apologize for equally inflammatory things he said about the Jews but never bothered to extend the olive branch to women.
Floyd Mayweather thinks it’s not OK to disrespect a woman…unless she’s dressed like she wants to be disrespected. We wonder how Tiny was dressed when he called her a “b*tch” that T.I. needed to “control.”
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane has stopped hosting awards after a string of complaints about his sexist jokes about everything from sex with Quvenzhané Wallis to Rihanna’s assault…and that was just the 2013 Oscars.
When fans got on Trey Songz’ case for dropping the b-word one too many times in his new single “2 Reasons,” Trey Songz said he wouldn’t apologize about using the word because women love it.
“The second single is just a fun record for the club. The way I view it is women have kind of made b*tchh a word of empowerment amongst themselves.”
Should we all be thanking Trey for letting us know what we like to be called?
John Mayer outed himself as a sexist when he let the world know that he thought it was cool to be racist as long as it was just against women. John apologized profusely for his now infamous Playboy interview but a lot of women aren’t buying it.
Lil Bow Wow
Bow Wow shocked all 5 million of his Facebook fans with this post about the pride he takes in disrespecting women. Should we put the emphasis on “use[d] to?” or take this recent post as a sign that Shad Moss isn’t ready to grow out of much more than his name? He did just talk about Ciara and Angela Simmons bedroom game…