Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Nappy Headed Ho Sues Imus

I am sorry, I couldn't resist.

Sadly though, this is true.
Don Imus is facing his first lawsuit from a player on the Rutgers Women's Basketball team for derogatory comments that cost him his job as a radio host in April, ABC News has learned.

Kia Vaughn, star center for the Rutgers Women's Basketball team, has filed a lawsuit against Imus for libel, slander, and defamation -- the first civil suit to be filed against the former radio host. Vaughn is asking for monetary damages of an unspecified amount.

Since when is offending people against the law or finable offense? And who the hell does she think she is that her feelings are so damn important. She never heard of Don Imus until someone told her about him and she was only “offended” because she was told to be. She is not a Ho, she is a money and publicity whore. There, since “Ho” is not allowed, I will say whore.

She is a pawn being used to further this assault on free speech. What happened to the days of “I may not like what you say, but I will defend your right to say it’? Oh, wait, that doesn’t apply if you are black and the likes of Sharptn need attention… Like a child.

By the way, I would never hire Vaughn for anything. She obviously is easily manipulated and is weak. My only question is, when she heard Imus (Did she ever actually hear the show?!?!), did she cry? I bet she did.

Seriously, if an old man on the radio using a quote from a SPIKE LEE movie ruins your life, you were worthless to begin with. Toughin’ up, Babe.

It just dawned me. This chick dropped a lawsuit on Imus AFTER it was announced that CBS Radio settled with Imus for $20 million. Wow, she actually IS a whore!


Bob said...

I could not agree more. Don Imus has already been punished. But it's never enough for some on the Left. They have to keep piling on.

thomas said...

Anyone who says thay believe this opportunistic women and her bloodsucking lawyer is either a left wing idiot or a person who is intellectually dishonest. I want Imus to end the appologising and get back on the air. This time on satellite and do his show anyway he wants.

LargeBill said...

I have to disagree on one point. I doubt she cried when she heard the quote. She likely wasn't really upset until some POS lawyer told her there was a potential payoff for being upset.

As far as Imus goes, I've never found him entertaining, but if enough people listen to his show to make it profitable for the sponsors then he should be on the air. It should be a purely business decision. If he is off the air it should be because he isn't making money for his boss not because some broad has her feelings hurt.