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07 December 2009

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nathans

what a disgrace... So he took his hate to a hateful place... I hope the powers that be dont excuse him again

dt

Hate consumes then ultimately destroys. In the end it will ultimately consume the individual projecting it in the first place, mark my words that always happens. It's what some people refer to as Karma. All we have to do is sit back, relax and watch the show.

Doodie

Man...Beenie Man started up quite a controversy for Pepsi in Uganda. "Slit their throats"? Pepsi has yet to respond though.

http://doodiepants.com/2009/12/07/beenie-man-kicks-off-festive-pepsi-sponsored-kill-the-gays-concert-in-uganda/

Taylor Siluwe

Doodie: It will be interesting to see how Pepsi handles this matter.

DT: I agree, Karma has a way of balancing the scales. However, I think we should do all we can to nudge it along. ;-)

John Ozed

I don't see why NARAS can't rescind the Grammy nomination.

celia

the king of dancehall will not be sacrificed for his comment,in uganda gay is no question our culture does not support that atall and fighting it a way means we are protecting the future of the comming generation,we want more people like beenie man to come up and join the fight, fight for the truth and nothing but the truth.

Alex

Rod, there's a little boo-boo with your quotation:


Jim Key at the Los Angeles LGBT Center: "There is no end to the war between me and faggots."

That should be Buju.

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