April 13, 2021
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I’m your host Tara Smith- Jarrett
“Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold. “ -Helen Weller
Jah Cure’s Entanglement
Has Covid-19 scared us into selfishness, or is it merely exposing societal woes?
Behind these prison walls, singer Jah Cure found himself in an entanglement when he used cash for care and found himself in quite a predicament. His dilemma started when his two for one deal turned messy when he flew two ladies to his home. All-expense paid, ready to be rewarded in return for his kindness.
It takes cash to care they say, but in this case, bartering was fully active, or so Jah Cure thought. Deal on the table, his intentions made clear, “The Cure” was ready to rumble with double trouble enacted. However, much to his dismay, “the slick duo’s” plans were. Otherwise, they wanted to forfeit the deal, but he would not have it.
Angered by their deceit, he lashed out, he hurled insults, and like most men, his ego was bruised when he thought about how they were taking him for a ride. What started as a hunt for pleasure turned into social media wanting his head. In his anger, he threatened to physically harm these females who had the public at large, concluding that it was a confirmation of his true character as a convicted felon.
Let me state categorically that I by no means support violence of any kind, but females I implore you to be true to yourselves and be honest when dealing with males intimately. Males of today’s society seem to have very fragile egos that are easily bruised. On the contrary, females have become very manipulative, cunning and deceitful. They seem to enjoy finessing these men giving credence to the “securing the bag” mentality. In the words of my grandmother, “If D**k is not good enough to lay with, then his money should not be good enough to spend, leave him be”.
Females protect your honor, stop pulling your three-card tricks and then cry wolf. Put your feet in someone else’s shoes; they say who feels it knows it. Pause awhile, think long, and hard. Tell me, would you want someone to finesse your son? There is a popular adage that says “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. All in all, violence is never right. The solution instead, spread love, kindness and plan with good intentions.
We tend to judge others by their behavior, and ourselves by our intentions. Are we good judges of oneself?
Tara Smith- Jarrett