04 June 2015

J.R. Smith Likened Jenner to "Science Project"

Akon's Project
A few days after Vanity Fair premiered the cover image of its July issue, led by a despicable feature story in which Bruce Jenner — the U.S. Olympian and reality television star — speaks publicly for the first time since completing her gender transition, and one day before the start of the 2015 NBA Finals, Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith re-posted an Instagram photo also shared by rapper Snoop Dogg referring to Jenner as "that science project."

In the photo, Smith reproduced Snoop's still-live image lamenting a relative lack of media coverage for rapper Akon's efforts to launch a widescale solar energy project aiming to expand access to electricity to some of the estimated 600 million people in Africa who lack it.

"Shout out to Akon !" the image reads. "He is about to supply 600 million africans with solar power. Im really upset that this isnt major news but that science project bruce jenner is #Society"

Smith reposted the image with his own caption: "Hmmm... what's more important?"

It appears that more and more people are coming out to disagree with the attention Jenner is getting from the media while downplaying the more important things around this world. Meaningless stories are grabbing the headlines because the media and the transgender community wants everyone to focus on their demand for special attention, while the whole world is dying.

To prove this point, we need to examine how many stories did Yahoo! featured reporting about Akon's project? How about Jenner's transition?

Here's a good question for the transgender hype: "If I, a white woman, were to emotionally identify myself as black, could I then demand that you identify my race as black? Why or why not? If emotional states dictate the label, rather than biology, I am free to identify with any race I feel like on a given day."

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