“Wow… I believe Gayle King and R Kelly had a ‘Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’ moment when Gayle King said so calmly that -now infamous word -“Robert!!!” Gayle King could actually become R. Kelly’s salvation and rescue him from this downward spiral like Uncle Charlie’s woman did for him when he was down and out… Do you feel me???”

Wow… What a week Gayle King has had and she did it all on her own…
Now ‘little girl blue’ probably feel like the words of this great song by R Kelly – I Believe I Can Fly 


(LP Version) (Official Music Video) https://youtu.be/GIQn8pab8Vc 
Gayle King can now call her OWN shots with @CBSThisMorning and probably any network she chooses… I believe Gayle King and R Kelly had a ‘Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’ moment when Gayle King said so calmly that -now infamous word -“Robert!!!” 

 

Wow… I felt it then and I feel it everytime I hear her say it in reruns – it was a genuine moment of concern for the black man “Robert…”
I believe R. Kelly, like most black men of our generation, are suffering from the PTSD of slavery and the hardships of growing up in extreme poverty… 

 

PTSD of Slavery 2From acclaimed author and researcher Dr. Joy DeGruy comes this fascinating book that explores the psychological and emotional impact on African Americans after enduring the horrific Middle Passage, over 300 years of slavery, followed by continued discrimination.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLCm421oCOI

From the beginning of American chattel slavery in the 1500’s, until the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865, Africans were hunted like animals, captured, sold, tortured, and raped. They experienced the worst kind of physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual abuse. Given such history, Dr. Joy DeGruy asked the question, “Isn’t it likely those enslaved were severely traumatized? Furthermore, did the trauma and the effects of such horrific abuse end with the abolition of slavery?” 

 

I believe as a coping mechanism R. Kelly did what most of us black men learned to do ‘Back-N-Da-Day’ is live out of our right brain; tap into all that creative energy using it to sing our way out or ball our way out or run our way out of poverty…  Where does the world think the LeBron James’s and the Michael Jordan’s and the Michael Jackson’s (and the list goes on) came from??? 


Now unlike Gayle King, who was a diplomat’s daughter (The R&B Singer and the Diplomat’s Daughter), R. Kelly had to hustle and fight his way to the top;   therefore all he had was his dreams of reaching the top; where his right brain imagination imagined…  _959966 Left Brain right brain R Kelly
I am sure R. Kelly heard it and felt it too… The one thing a black man absolutely crave is to hear a beautiful black woman call his name… Hell Prince wrote song about “Call my name!!!” Princehttps://youtu.be/MdPXM-p7IFY 

Wow… What a moment for all times…  Gayle King could actually become R. Kelly’s salvation and rescue him from this downward spiral like Uncle Charlie’s woman did for him when he was down and out

…  Now that would be a great story because sometime, instead being a Misandrist, a black woman has to be a ‘Good Samaritan’ (Luke 10:25-37 KJV) for a black man…


Now that would really be a different “Shade of the Color Purple…”
Except in this story of “Humpty Dumpty” a (Gayle) King does come along and puts R. (Humpty Dumpty) Kelly back together again…
“Do you feel me???”

“Wow… I believe Gayle King and R Kelly had a ‘Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’ moment when Gayle King said so calmly that -now infamous word -“Robert!!!” Gayle King could actually become R. Kelly’s salvation and rescue him from this downward spiral like Uncle Charlie’s woman did for him when he was down and out… Do you feel me???”

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