Gabby Douglas

“In fiction, a troll is a hideous, wicked creature lacking humanity. In the real world, they post unkind tweets about other people. The definition fits the people who decided to criticize American gymnast Gabby Douglas for having what they describe as unkempt, sweaty hair during the women’s gymnastics competitions at the Olympics in London.”

The above was taken from an article by Yvetter Walker, writing for a website called mood, out of Oklahoma. Mrs Walker was writing about the distasteful comments being made about 16 year old double gold medal gymnist Gabriel Douglas. Gabby for those who like to shorten people’ name.  Granted, I am a little late on this, but it appears that theri are certain knee-grow females…trolls if you will…that are dumping on the 16 year old youth because the felt her hair was not up to some standard they felt it should be up to. I suspected knee-grow women have literally lost their minds when it comes to hair, but are you kidding me? This is the first thing you notice? Not that I see anything wrong with her hair. I mean she isn’t going out on the town, going to the prom or something like that. She is actually, you know, competing in an athletic event. So I doubt she has time to spend creating some magnificent Coife. It’s like these knee-grow wenches couldn’t find something better to do, if they werent going to celebrate her success…like go fix their husband a sandwich or something. Oh right! they’re probebly independent women, who only ahave time to criticize a 16 year old youth on the greatest week of her life. After all, this The 16-year old gymnast became the first African representing America,  to win the most coveted medal in Olymppic gymnastic, the individual all-around.And we wonder why the youth don’t care to much for the bullshit the adults bring to them.

Gabby Douglas

But this get’s worse…(or in my best Louise Bennet response)…worser? Now we have what I would guess to be a bevy of Caucasians upset at Mrs Baphomet signaler her self, Beyonce for sending well wishes and congratulating young Gabby Douglas on her Olympic gold medal. For me to defend this empty weave is not something that happens often, or ever. But I fail to see how congratulating a 16 year old, who is a big fan of hers makes Beyonce a..get this:

A “racist” and a “beotch”

A few of the comments went like this.  commenter “what” wrote, “since there is really no effort involved in blogging why didn’t she congratulate all of the other gold medal winners from the USA? oh yeah they have all been white”

Then Ginny added, “Wow just say congrats to the black girl always knew mrs jay z was racist

Then jenni12 added, “beyonce is frickin racist…she didnt care to congrat anybody else or even the girls as a team..just the one black girl..cant stand that beotch”

Wow! There are a lot of people with personal issues that feel they must share with the saner members of civilization. Beyonce’s note read: “A huge congratulations to 16-year-old Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas – WOW – what a thrill to watch you take this Gold!  – enjoy this moment, its yours. Thank you for inspiring all of us! Love, B

And to put things in perspective young miss Douglass also received congratulations from several other celebrities including Justin Bieber, Oprah, Lady Gaga to name a few. Gabby has made it known that’s she’s a fan of Beyonce, and as is norm, after a celebrity is aware of a fans adulation sometimes send out a message to big up their fans.  This comes days after the Anti-African male bashing of her father, where speculation is rift about him being a “deadbeat dad”. Instead of taking up my reader’s time with that nonsense, I would prefer to link you to a thoughtful post over at

In the meantime young miss Douglass’s reply to the more positive responses was… “WOW such an AMAZING experience! Thank you all for your support, love and prayers love you all!!! #oncloud9″


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