So in the video above, a chick calls out Lil Reese, and he obliges her.
In the video above, a bus driver applies a shoryuken uppercut to a disrespectful young lady who was calling him out.
Now, in both videos, there was a chick who apparently watched too many Lara Croft and Charlie’s Angels movies, thinking that the average woman could, in fact, whoop the average man’s ass, only to be summarily disabused of that notion and brought crushingly back to reality.
Lil Reese has received a ton of hate mail for his actions. Some people have actually called the bus driver a hero. Here’s my unpopular thought: if, in these videos, we saw a short man calling out some other man only to be destroyed, no one would care. We can’t have it both ways ladies and gentlemen. We can’t work on removing gender inequality in one area, but claim the benefits of it in another.
Honestly, with all of the misogynistic, dehumanizing, disrespectful, and just plain mean shit we rap about, sing about, and create movies about, it’s NO WONDER why men are beating the shit outta women every now and then.
Where was your outrage when DMX rapped about raping a girl older than 15 in a song? Don’t feign outrage at these situations when we tolerate and even celebrate so many other degrading activities. Just laugh at it. It’s funny. We have all been somewhere watching some chick go off on some dude and thought, “He should just slap that bitch.” Well, the bus driver did it. Lil Reese did it. So what? Why are you outraged? You haven’t been outraged. Hell, Mr. Marcus was knowingly infecting women in the porn industry with syphilis. That shit hardly made the news. Where was your outrage then?