As the blog's theme implies, we will shed light on hypocrisy in whatever form; not only government, but also small interest groups; domestic or foreign issues too.
Let me stage the backdrop.
Mary J. Blige increased her campaign against domestic violence, opening a centre for battered women. This centre, of course, only accepts female victims of all races, ages or creeds. She is also a very vocal supporter of other female only charities.
Now consider this.
[Source] Mary J. Blige punched husband Kendu Isaacs in the face at her record release party at club M2 Tuesday night. The singer slugged Isaacs, drawing blood, after she thought he was flirting with a waitress. “She turned to him and was screaming, ‘You’re not going to ruin my night,’ ” our witness says. “They got up in each other’s faces before someone tried to separate them, at which point she shoved the guy aside, pulled back and popped [Isaacs] in the face.” The source said Blige, Isaacs and their entourage were whisked through a door to the attached club Pink, which was closed. Our witness relates, “She was yelling at him, ‘What are you gonna do, Chris Brown me?’ Four of her bodyguards and two of the club’s kept them apart.” Isaacs was kicked out. Blige went to the bathroom to fix her hair and makeup, but soon fled, creating an uncomfortable scene for partygoers Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Busta Rhymes.
Did the MSM make a splash, like they did with Chris Brown, Tiger Woods or Charlie Sheen? The only thing that is obvious, is the deafening silence. Double standards again.