Megan Thee Stallion's Fans Offer Love And Support After She Shares Important Message About Unprotected And Hurt Women
Megan Thee Stallion shared an important message on social media following a mocking post that involves her and amidst the terrible and violent times in which we live. 50 Cent recently mocked her as you will see in his post below.
Black women are so unprotected & we hold so many things in to protect the feelings of others w/o considering our own. It might be funny to y’all on the internet and just another messy topic for you to talk about but this is my real life and I’m real life hurt and traumatized.
— HOT GIRL MEG (@theestallion) July 17, 2020
You can also see 50's post below.
A follower said: 'Black women are always the first to stand up for and support the community. We're always the first to support black men through their struggles who turn around and make a mockery of our pain and suffering. It's really time we stop emotionally exhausting ourselves for others.'
The same person continued and wrote: 'and start to take care of ourselves. I'm tired of seeing black women keep their emotions in and get hurt, and I'm tired of seeing our trauma ignored. I'm tired of it and you don't deserve any of this. You are such an amazing person and we're all here for you.'
Someone else posted this: 'People can be so insensitive. I’m sorry about what happened to you and I wish you all the best w healing from this Heart suitHeart suit.'
A commenter wrote: 'don’t scroll through twitter people are heartless and mean for no reason when they were screaming blm a month ago. we know it was only performative activism for them but know we support and love you so much and will continue to pray for your mental and physical health.'
She was around a black men but as usual they are the perpetrators . Not the protectors not seeing black women as women. When we say black women aren’t protected we’re also saying black women are mistreated by the men who share their phenotype
— KawaiiBunny🌸👻 (@TAKIYRABUNNY) July 18, 2020
One other follower said: 'If you dated or hung around a better class of men then horrible things wouldn't happen to you. Black women are targets in this world but a lot of black women love to talk about toxic black guys but never talk about how they love toxic black guys.'
More people continued a=to offer her support in the comments.
Just in case you don't know, Megan Thee Stallion went through a living nightmare just the other day and she took to social media to slam those seeing her ‘traumatic’ experience.