Black women. The power that we have, the intelligence that we have, the clearance that we have, the access that we have, the influence that we have, the profile that we have, the international implications that we have. Seriously, Black women have held down a new cycle rife with trauma and toxicity.
Auntie Gayle King did not come to play in a CBS This Morning interview with singer R. Kelly that has been released in parts this week before the full premiere on tonight. While sharing his perspective on the latest sexual abuse charges, Kelly is seen crying, yelling, standing up from the chair he was sitting in, and swinging his arms at various points throughout the released clips. Essentially, he’s giving us Brett Kavanaugh part deux!