Mystikal, Famous Sex Offender / Rapper to Drop New Album in 2013 With Appearances By Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne

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So what the fuck is going on? Is Mystikal so obscenely talented that nobody cares about the incident? Is he so rich that he's invincible? Was the rape video some sort of rehearsed role-playing orgy that was used against him?

I can't figure it out. In fact, I'd even go as far as to say the whole thing is just flat out...well, mystical.

On a brighter note, the Violence Against Women Act (which also protects men) just got renewed, so at least some things make sense. Conversely, R. Kelly, who was once charged with seven counts of producing child pornography, is headlining this year's Pitchfork Music Festival.

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waxil
waxil

Rick Ross isn't his name, he stole it from FReeway Ricky Ross, the real CIA coke dealer, who learned the law in prison and got out and is now suing this fatass for stealing his identity, google it.

Jake Black
Jake Black

You just now lost respect for Rick Ross? LOL

Neil Aimaro
Neil Aimaro

Just lost respect for Rick Ross. This piece of shit does not deserve the success he has.

Alissa_Nelson
Alissa_Nelson

What the fuck is going on?

Rape culture. 

A whole system in which women are silenced by their abusers and rape (EVEN WHEN THE GUY IS CONVICTED) is still called into question. Do you realize that you're just feeding into it with this he said/she said speculation. The guy was convicted of sexual battery with videotaped evidence and you're basically suggesting that it was all a setup. 

It takes a tremendous amount of strength as a survivor of sexual assault to deal with the criminal justice system. Thanks to rape culture, a lot of folks suggest that rape is only real if it's convicted (an exceedingly small number of cases). And you basically just took the last thing that this woman had and turned it on its head because the boys' club that makes their careers objectifying women didn't boot him.

Fuck you buddy. 

max_in_missouri
max_in_missouri

80,000 for 3 BJs?  Hope that was the best brain ever....

David J. McCutcheon
David J. McCutcheon

Gives a new meaning to "Shake your ass, but watch your step," I suppose. Also, you probably shouldn't show him what you're working with. Because he will rape it.

Jake Niehaus
Jake Niehaus

Great article, especially considering finding a way to put the Undertaker in there. If the whole event was a case of him just being "Mystikal", that makes you wonder if that kind of character is someone you want in the public eye at all...

Alissa_Nelson
Alissa_Nelson

Actually, I wanted to amend that to say that it's very valuable to look at a person's history, and I don't doubt that the dude had a lot of fucked up shit going on. But we also have to look at ourselves and see how our culture helps to enable abusers.

Apologies for the "fuck you". Your last few paragraphs just happened to undo the entire point (which was pretty reasonable) of the first two pages and that hurts a lot.

conformity
conformity

@Alissa_Nelson No need to apologize. I certainly didn't intend to come across that way. The suggestion that the tape was a staged incident was meant to be outlandish. I couldve (and shouldve) chosen a more obvious and ridiculous scenario, perhaps.

The article is meant to draw attention to the fact that Mystikal has gotten in trouble for doing some pretty awful things, yet continues to receive work. The question is "why?"

max_in_missouri
max_in_missouri

@Pete_McGillicutty   You realize it wasn't ME that made a hairdresser blow 3 dudes at gun point, right?

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