"It's all f**kin" bulls*it. The English pop star slammed Liam Neeson on Tuesday night for his recent controversial remarks by dedicating her 2009 hit single "Fuck You" to the blockbuster star. Dude, have you watched Widows? "Racists don't make out with the race that they hate, especially in the way he does with his tongue - so deep down her throat".
The song also declares, "You're just some racist who can't tie my laces / your point of view is medieval". It's all bulls**t. Ignore it.
"And I'm the black man that everybody loves I hope, because I give away money, I give away loads of money", Peters joked. The Root's Tonja Renée Stidhum jumped in the online conversation as well, clapping back at Rodriguez, "Viola Davis can not suck the racism out of Liam Neeson".
"She said he was a black man". The lady journalist asked me how I tapped into that. "This was almost 40 years ago". I was out of the country. And she handled the situation, herself and the rapist, incredibly bravely, I have to say that. "I'm not sure if he's so remorseful of telling the story or of the actual action of wanting to exact revenge, exact violence against a black person". "I went to my priest and had two very good friends I spoke to".
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"It really shocked me, this primal urge I had". "I'm a fairly intelligent guy, and that's why it kind of shocked me when I came down to earth after having these awful feelings". However, after seeking out therapy and working through the feelings, Liam got himself out of it.
Activist Tariq Nasheed also said, "If a Black actor said he wanted to get revenge on random white people because of the injustices done by people who believe in white supremacy, he would be labeled a Black Identity Extremists and he would be placed on every Federal Bureau of Investigation watch list".
Now, I don't think that Terry was defending Neeson per se, but this this need to normalize and empathize with racists as a form of understanding human behavior, doesn't sit well with me, Wale and countless others on Twitter who expect better from the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor. Is he a bigot? No. "So that I could... kill him".
"The lack of historical context, bias blindness and willful ignorance required to open one's mouth and say this about racism is mind boggling", tweeted Rhimes on Thursday.