The women carried white roses last night at the Grammys, as a way to acknowledge the crisis the entertainment industry is facing with an onslaught of sexual abuse accusations against men in the industry. It wasn’t until the show got rolling, however, that the angry women carrying white roses found out that even in the midst of their feminist (anti-Trump) movement, it is still a man’s world in Hollywood.  The not so “tolerant’ and not so “open-minded” group of Hollywood hypocrites found out last night, that breaking up the male dominance in the entertainment industry is not going to be as easy as carrying around white roses after 8 of the 9 top Grammy awards went to men. The icing on the cake was when Hillary Clinton, the two-time presidential candidate loser, who for decades enabled her husband, an accused rapist, and serial sexual assaulter (who was also impeached for lying about having an affair with his intern under his desk in the Oval Office), read from “Fire and Fury, the fake book, by a discredited author, filled with untruths about President Trump.

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As a bonus, only days before the Grammys award show aired, it was discovered that Hillary had been fighting to keep a man on the campaign payroll who had worked for the Clinton’s on a number of her campaigns after he was repeatedly accused of sexual misconduct.

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Sunday night’s Grammy Awards took a steep ratings spill by the first-available metrics.

The show, which ran a bloated three-and-a-half hours, was off an unfortunate 21 percent from 2017 in early numbers. Overnight returns from Nielsen Media give it a 12.7 rating among households — marking its biggest drop since 2013, the year after the show swelled following the death of Whitney Houston.

Such a steep drop, however, could very well mean an all-time low for the calendar’s biggest music awards show once updated numbers arrive. –Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood hypocrites continue to embarrass themselves, by not giving their fans enough credit to see through their disgusting misogynist lyrics, while stripper-like dancers grind on the stage to the beat of a rapper who’s “singing” about raping women and calling them “hos” and bitches”.

Last night, Kesha gave an emotional performance of her single “Praying”, about the alleged sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her former producer ‘Dr Luke’ Gottwald.

She was introduced by Janelle Monae who delivered a powerful speech to the star-studded audience.

‘We say time’s up for pay inequality, discrimination or harassment of any kind,’ Monae declared, ‘and the abuse of power.’

Then Kesha appeared on stage with a host of other female stars including Cindy Lauper and Camila Cabello.

They all wore white, the theme color for the night, along with the wearing of white roses, to show support and solidarity for the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

When Kesha finished singing, she burst into tears, as did many of the audience.

But Kesha didn’t actually win an award.

In the category for which she was nominated, Best Pop Solo Performance, Ed Sheeran won, for a song – as enraged Twitter swiftly pointed out – about getting a woman drunk and taking her home to have sex with her.

This was the perfect embodiment of the gigantic problem the Grammys has in proudly joining the charge for better treatment of women.

Because let’s be perfectly frank: it’s the single most sexist, misogynist and abusive awards show of them all, celebrating many of the most sexist, misogynist and abusive people in an amoral industry of spectacular proportions.

If you thought Hollywood’s bad, it’s got nothing on the record business, particularly in the worlds of hip-hop and rap.

Take Big Sean, a rapper whose lyrics are littered with misogynistic and homophobic material.

Big Sean

In the video for his single ‘I Don’t F*ck With You’, the Detroit rapper talks about ‘stupid ass b*tches.’

Anti-woman, anti-Trump “has-been” rapper, Eminem.

He collaborated last year on a song with Eminem which included lyrics about ‘urinating on Fergie’ and raping Conservative talk show host Ann Coulter ‘with a Klan poster, a lamp post, a door handle and a damn bolt cutter.’

He doesn’t just write about treating women badly, he acts on it too.

In 2011, Big Sean was arrested in New York for sexual abuse, unlawful imprisonment and forcible touching of a 17-year-old girl after a concert. Some charges were dropped after he accepted a guilty plea for unlawful imprisonment of the girl, a fan.

This would have led to him being banned from continuing to work in almost any other job.

But not the music industry.

This year, Big Sean was nominated for a Grammy.

Hip-hop and rap stars like him have made millions from writing music and making videos that depict women as prostitutes, sexual objects and ‘b*tches’.

Jay-Z and Beyonce, sitting at the front with their little girl Blue, were accused of glorifying domestic violence in Drunk In Love, in which Jay-Z raps about Ike Turner forcing his then-wife Tina to eat cake.

Rick Ross, another nominee this year, celebrated date rape in his song, U.O.E.N.O.

‘Put molly all in her champagne,’ he rapped, ‘she ain’t even know it, I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.’
Ross was dropped by Reebok in the furor that followed, but not by the Grammys.

Then there’s another nominee, Tyler the Creator, whose lyrics include ‘rape a pregnant b*tch and tell my friends I had a threesome.’

At least the last two had the good sense not to wear a white rose. –Daily Mail

 

 


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