“Wow… I believe Gayle King in the slavery time would probably have been a “Negro Bed Wench…” Her BFF – Oprah Winfrey – made a movie about the treatment of the “Negro Bed Wench” named “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston and staring Halle Berry…”

Wow… @RickeySmiley @GayleKing was just on @CBSThisMorning talking about how white people treated black slaves… Ain’t that ROYAL when it appears, at least to me, that the Turkish Ambassador’s daughter knows little about slave treatment before she and her bougie friends appear to be treating black free men as bad or in some situations worst…
In this era of Harriet Tubman @HarrietFilm I believe a Gayle King slave kinda betrayal to the “Black Bougee Street Hood” community on the then underground railroad wouldn’t have been tolerated…
I believe Harriet Would have said to a Gayle King kinda slave “baby, you ain’t welcome on this (underground railroad) train because you don’t know which way is up!!!” I
honestly believe the stories in the slave hood that Harriet Tubman warned her slave passengers to not get on the train if you don’t intend to finish the trip because turning back was not an option… My ancestors, on my mother side, were direct descendents of slaves and they all carried and houses guns…
They taught me to shoot a 4/10 shotgun at age 10… They told stories of having to defend their (the following is the part of my tweet that got me temporarily suspended:)
“@CConscious
Men folk from being lynched by the Klan who killed them to steal their land… I believe Gayle King in the slavery time would probably have been a (Black Mammy Wench) “Negro Bed Wench…”
Her BFF – Oprah Winfrey – made a movie about the treatment of the “Negro Bed Wench” by the – Field Slaves – named: “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston and staring Halle Berry…”
In the following article, Jay Z found out how Gayle King
will misquote a black man… Check it out:“Jay Z, Harvey Weinstein Talk Kalief Browder Doc at New York Event…
MARCH 9, 2017 2:46PM EST

(Jay-Z) the rapper asserted. “I say this about the movie. It’s hard to watch, but important to see King moderated “Time and Punishment” – – with a firm hand, asking forceful leading questions and occasionally cutting off her interviewees or talking over them.

When she (King) repeated a phrase from Jay Z but changed his language – “It’s hard to see, but important to hear” – the rapper smoothly stepped in to correct her. “You did a George Bush with my words,” he joked, eliciting laughter from the audience.”

https://t.co/O2gjGxQR1j

“Wow… I believe Gayle King in the slavery time would probably have been a “Negro Bed Wench…” Her BFF – Oprah Winfrey – made a movie about the treatment of the “Negro Bed Wench” named “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston and staring Halle Berry…”

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