Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by ajnapoleon, May 27, 2020.
Seen this on Twitter.
Their delusions are almost as bad as right-wing cacs.
Women mimic the behavior of men they are interested in..
She knew from jump this cac was a bigot..
But she let it slide in the mist of “friendship”..
She is from Arizona..
Brehs live out there and guaranteed she was on some..
But now that her mayo in shining armor shytted on her..
She looking for black men to save her..
fukk all that dumb shyt you typed..
The only credible response.
And this bytch is called "Malcolm Xtra"
Told y'all about these fake militants. Read a Black history book over the summer and use it to spew catch pharases like they aren't c00ns
Told y'all about those Blavity black black Xtra black fakes
She seems more naive than an actual bedwench. I'm glad she got her wake-up call sooner rather than later.
Being nasty and shytting on her doesn't actually accomplish anything. She needs constructive criticism about the dangers of dating or befriending cacs.
Bedwenches have never gotten killed or a rape charge in the pursuit of White p*ssy
I have never dated a White man.
Why are you involving black men in this conversation?
You sound personally offended for someone who claims to have “never dated a white man”. Why? You and Brad going through a tough period?
Black females have definitely gotten killed chasing behind white males so what are you even talking about?
She said she kinda saw them when they were arguing and when he went to sleep she screenshot them
Black Christian was all I needed to read.
and mean haven't dated a white man "yet"
New Jersey woman, 48, is accused of beating her wife, 32, to death with a wine chiller before going on the run
Mayra Gavilanez-Alectus is wanted for May 17 killing of her wife
Rebecca Gavilanez-Alectus, 32, was found bludgeoned to death inside her and Mayra's home in Brick Township, New Jersey
Prosecutor's office said Mayra used cylindrical wine chiller to strike and kill Rebecca inside upstairs bedroom
A week earlier, Mayra posted a fawning Mother's Day message on Facebook thanking her wife for her life better in 'uncountable ways'