Countless artists have left the music industry and some have even given accounts of being offered better opportunities if they performed homosexual rituals and/or going down the path of blood sacrifice rituals. What do you guys make of it?
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Guy speaking is Yash Qaraah – https://www.youtube.com/user/wobsymphony1619
Thanks to TheBlackChild YouTube channel for a lot of the video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UConUlNbGDj06ylXn-QyiYbA
Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for majority of background music on my channel. – www.incompetech.com
Full Professor Griff speech – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1-Lb-WZpcQ
For more of the same check out the Pop Culture Pastor’s page – http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePopCulturePastor
THAT CHICK IS NICK MINAJ !!!
Here is video footage of Nicki Minaj from back in the day before she was famous talking about having homosexual relations with Remy Ma, another famous female rapper, from Da Bronx.
You can clearly see that Nicki is gay & was very butch before she was “turned” by Lil Wayne.
You know this is her cus the voice is the same.
In response to the abundance of recent gay teen suicides that have been linked to bullying, many celebrities have taken the initiative to make their voices heard. Madonna will join the pack today (Nov. 9), when she appears on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” with a special message.
“I wouldn’t have a career if it weren’t for the gay community,” says Madonna, via a satellite interview with Ellen. “I feel like it would be incredibly remiss of me to not say something.”
In her “Ellen” interview airing today (Nov. 9), Madonna reveals her own personal struggles as a teen, and discloses that she, too, felt alienated in high school.
“There was no group that I felt apart of — I just felt like a weirdo,” the singer admits. She also attributes the support of her homosexual ballet teacher to making her feel more comfortable in her own skin as a teen.
“Everyone should have someone in their life that they can feel encouragement from,” Madonna adds.
In response to the rash of gay teen suicides in the news this year, artists from all over the musical spectrum have taken a stand against homosexual bullying. Most have been offering their words of encouragement through the “It Gets Better,” a project designed specifically to console struggling LGBT teens.
The Ellen Show UGC has blocked this video on copyright grounds.
He and His cronies can try to flag this video all they want but it aint going NO WHERE!!!! maybe The One Always One will try and re post it. But in the meantime the world must know the depths these celebs wil go for fame and fortune!