#NFLDraft & Mayweather Kicking Women in the Crotch All the Way to the Bank
April 30, 2015
Restoring faith in humanity:
If you’re still a Mayweather fan after reading the words his 10yo son wrote after witnessing his dad beat his mom… pic.twitter.com/UQjHmpOe0r
— Melayna Lokosky (@MelaynaLokosky) May 3, 2015
One would think with all the truthful negative publicity the NFL had last year over violence towards women and Aaron Hernandez, recent player convicted of the murder of Odin Lloyd last week, the NFL Commish, Roger Goodell would have officially forgone the Miss Universe for future felons pageant known as the NFL Draft. Nope, Goodell couldn’t resist having his Trump moments on stage and the draft is too much of a money maker and what the fuck would people who put fantasy teams above the brutal reality of an industry that pathologically abuses women do come fall? It’d be like canceling Christmas. Local NBC affiliate (seriously the network already has a black eye from Brian Williams misremembering) doubled-down on the unethical and declared today like ‘a national holiday,’ sure if holidays involved domestic battery, federal indictments, and lifetimes in prison. As a society are we that hard up for entertainment that we’ll justify manipulating the rights of others for a better draft pick? Sadly we already know the answer to that but what I don’t understand is how we keep rewarding unethical and or illegal behavior. Why isn’t the NFL through forced accountability recruiting the plenty of college kids who played well and didn’t get into legal trouble opposed to some NFL Draft 2015 hopefuls who’ve been arrested but (phew!) haven’t been convicted which is also not the same as innocent. Fact based evidence over time does indicate it’s likely the NFL decides if a player is a good enough and if they are they get to play by a different set of rules despite character concerns. The NFL encourages, replicates and rewards the unethical and or illegal behavior of their players putting profit above all else which is the definition of The Sociopathic Business Model™.
This slut needs to shut the fuck up https://t.co/h1rfGfOGjI
— Larry Bingnear (@LarryBingnear14) May 1, 2015
-Manipulative/Not recognizing the rights of others -Verbal Outburst -Lack of shame, remorse, guilt or accountability -Shallow emotions -Lack of behavioral control -Demean & insult -Rarely challenged
Professional atheltes as a whole get a pass when it comes to violence or crimes against women. This Satruday is the much anticipated (sure) fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao in Las Vegas where the most expensive ticket is $70,000. Mayweather’s been busy:
Floyd Mayweather has a history of beating women. This is documented.
The first known incident came in 2001, when court documents say Mayweather got into an argument with Melissa Brim, the mother of his daughter, over child support and punched her three times in the face. Mayweather plead guilty to two counts of domestic battery and got a suspended six-month jail sentence, a fine, and community service.
In 2003, Mayweather was found guilty of battery for hitting Herneatha McGill and Karra Blackburn, two friends of Josie Harris, who is the mother of three of Mayweather’s children.
In 2005, Mayweather was charged with felony battery over an incident with Harris, in which Harris told police that Mayweather punched her, kicked her, and dragged her by her hair. Harris later recanted that statement during trial, and Mayweather was found not guilty.
In 2010, Mayweather was arrested for punching Harris and pulling her hair, and pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and harassment. He served two months in prison. On Saturday night Mayweather will fight Manny Pacquiao in what many are already dubbing the fight of the century.
It comes with a $100 Pay-Per-View price tag. Tickets, which retailed at a base price of $1500, are already sold out, and secondary sites are selling the tickets at a brisk clip. Mayweather estimates that he will make somewhere between $150 million and $200 million from the fight. USA Today
And it’s tough to believe that Mayweather has time to do anyting between beating women and his hundred million dollar Vegas fights but he’s decided to bond out Suge Knight (at $10 million) if he wins the fight Saturday night.
Knight pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder and attempted murder for allegedly plowing his truck into two men at a Compton restaurant earlier this year. LA Times
Yeah we’ll all be pulling for a pathological woman abuser who wants to spring another alleged domestic abuser out of jail-I mean we’ll all sleep better knowing an alleged murderer was sprung free. I don’t have a Michael Vick dog in this fight and Pacquiao is likely just as bad but if he wins at least he’s not offering to spring someone with a rap sheet dating back to the 70’s out of jail-so there’s that. Deadspin:
In the early hours of Sept. 9, 2010, Mayweather brutally beat Josie Harris as their children watched.
Koraun Mayweather later wrote down for police what he saw. At the time, Koraun was 10 years old.
There’s a common misnomer among many in society that because someone was forced to be accountable for previous unethical and or illegal activity that they’re automatically rewarded with a second chance-they aren’t. When someone is forced to be accountable whether it’s arrested and indicted on drug charges, forced to pay child support, or jailed for domestic abuse just because they legally did their time or paid the fine doesn’t mean we reward them with an automatic second chance, it’s earned.
If we boycotted something for every time some made a mistake the world would end. Get over it. #NoMayPac
— Valero Beat Skeet RT (@JMC2488) April 30, 2015
Case Study: Sexists insult and demean and regardless of age still fear their mothers.
Taking a page from The Sociopathic Business Model™ playbook
to shame the abuser into forced accountablity.
Inconsistent & contradictory calling one woman bitch, while defending his mother
and supporting a man who beat the mother of his children.
At least WhitePonyJr’s mom she raised a polite sexist.
Mayweather made the same mistake over and over again for the better part of a decade after being jailed in 2001. This goes beyond cutting someone some slack and hiding behind he paid his debt to society is blaming his victims while rewarding him for his lack of accountability. He’s only paid his debt if he grew from the experience and stopped his illegal activity. People have to want to change, be accountable for their previous wrongdoings (not placing blame on others) and make an effort to not repeat those same unethical an or illegal actions towards the same people or different group of people. Intrinsically want to root for the comeback story but not at the expense of others. This isn’t a feminist issue it’s a human rights issue. Paying for the fight or watching it is rewarding the unrepentant pathological behavior of a chronic abuser.
— Melayna Lokosky (@MelaynaLokosky) May 1, 2015