Minister Louis Farrakhan Defends Snoop Dogg Over Gayle King Interview

 Minister Louis Farrakhan Defends Snoop Dogg Over Gayle King Interview

On Sunday, Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke about the controversial Gayle King interview during his keynote address for the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day 2020 national convention at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan.

The honorable minister sided with Snoop for slamming King after she brought up Bryant’s 2003 rape case, which was ultimately dismissed, during the interview.

Farrakhan said,

“Sister Gayle, though I love you and I love Kobe, and I love Snoop, I defend Snoop’s anger. I defend Snoop’s rebuke.” He continued, “When somebody feels hurt and they use hurtful speech, hurtful speech is justified when you hurt like you hurt. He was hurt and we are hurt.”

However, Farrakhan did not defend Snoop’s use of derogatory names against Gayle.

“I don’t approve of no one referring to any woman, Black or white with the title of B.” He continued, “She provoked (his) anger and others … Sister Gayle, my brother Snoop. My brother Snoop was angry, angry with you because what you did was so unnecessary. And so I defend the good that Gayle has done in her life. But I’m saying to all of you that are in privileged positions with white people, don’t let them use you.”

How do y’all feel about Minister Farrakhan’s take on the Gayle King saga?

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Via #ONSITE Contributor @Carmen.Roxanna ✍? _____________________________________________ On Sunday, Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke about the controversial Gayle King interview during his keynote address for the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day 2020 national convention at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan. The honorable minister sided with Snoop for slamming King after she brought up Bryant’s 2003 rape case, which was ultimately dismissed, during the interview. _____________________________________________ Farrakhan said, “Sister Gayle, though I love you and I love Kobe, and I love Snoop, I defend Snoop’s anger. I defend Snoop’s rebuke.” He continued, “When somebody feels hurt and they use hurtful speech, hurtful speech is justified when you hurt like you hurt. He was hurt and we are hurt.” _____________________________________________ However, Farrakhan did not defend Snoop’s use of derogatory names against Gayle. “I don’t approve of no one referring to any woman, Black or white with the title of B.” He continued, “She provoked (his) anger and others … Sister Gayle, my brother Snoop. My brother Snoop was angry, angry with you because what you did was so unnecessary. And so I defend the good that Gayle has done in her life. But I’m saying to all of you that are in privileged positions with white people, don’t let them use you.” _____________________________________________ How do y’all feel about Minister Farrakhan’s take on the Gayle King saga?

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