How Artists Like Talib Kweli Use Hip-Hop To Silence Their Accusers

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“you gotta think he was a very powerful man. He could have got you killed with a snap of his finger. At the time I was thinking about my parents, I was thinking about everybody around me. You gotta remember, the members of the Zulu Nation they all were coming to my house. It’s not like they didn’t know where I lived” Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage

I previously interviewed Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage who accused Afrika Bambaataa of sexually assaulting him. One of the reasons that Bambaataa was allowed to get away with this heinous act is because of using his power as a hip-hop star to exert his influence into Savage’s life.

Talib Kweli yields a similar power on social media where him and his legions of followers damage the reputations of those who call into account his past sexual assault allegations . With numerous victims that he bullies with targeted harassment through twitter. How long will it be before Twitter realizes that Kweli is a liability for the company and finally suspends his account?

 

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