Ladies, as if you needed more reason to despise 50 Cent, check out his latest take on what Tiger Woods should have done to better control his harem. From mirror.co.uk:
Fear factor - you need a little fear there, a woman need to feel that maybe he's going to snap, 'So I ain't going to say that.' With Tiger there's no fear there. They be like, 'He left a message on my phone, he say he love me. He was going to leave her.' And he says, 'Hey it's Tiger baby I was trying to get my freak on a little later - if you could call me back.' D*** - he's been tried and convicted when his wife hears that."
Fellas, it's cool if you break your marriage vows. Just make sure your mistresses are too afraid of you to snitch and it's all good.
I won't even point out the obvious stupidity about instilling fear in women. But something else crossed my mind while reading this nonsense.
Although watching 50 slaughter the English language is hilarious ("They be like, 'He left a message on my phone, he say he love me") I think its sad that there's a segment of the population criticizing Tiger not for cheating on his wife, but for being stupid enough to get caught.
Most people, even Fiddy, know that intimidation is wrong. But fostering a "what they don't know won't hurt them" mentality, especially in young people, will create a generation that doesn't take accountability for their actions. Trust me on this: back in Louisville I mentored a group of young dudes, many of whom couldn't wait to grow up - not to becoming working adults, no, they couldn't wait to start juggling as many women as they can. Seriously, they told me this.
We've gotta keep our kids from thinking - and talking - like 50 and friends.