Saturday, July 26, 2008

Kwame "Da' Hip Hop Mayor" Kilpatrick In Trouble Again!

Da' Hip Hop Mayor is in trouble again. This time he's cussing out and pushing around folks trying to serve a subpoena on one of his pals. Now the Da' Mayor is barred from leaving the state of Michigan without permission from a judge. Poor Kwame, he just can't help himself.

6 comments:

Selena July 26, 2008 at 1:07 AM  

This dude stays in trouble. Let me visit my hometown newspaper and see what's really going on lol

Ms. Iman July 26, 2008 at 3:06 AM  

Oh Lord...Tracy...please...I can't take anymore! I'm thisclose to claiming I'm Canadian because of this fool. He's in the paper more than Marion Berry was.

Kwame is an embarrassment to Detroit and to young black men who seek public office to actually HELP their communities. I really do wish he'd just go away somewhere so I can stop answering "How do you feel about..." questions everytime I tell people where I was born and raised.

Selena July 26, 2008 at 11:06 AM  

Hell this clown even graduated from my high school. Not everyone from the D is a criminal but a lot of us left our hometown.

Much love to those that stay.

wisdomteachesme July 26, 2008 at 5:33 PM  

gurl, lol, it's funny but it's not funny--uknow?

i think he has had a breakdown. seriously, he is not acting stable at all. sad.

there is no telling what he will do next. i think they should keep a watch on him. he is a danger to himself.

Shady_Grady July 27, 2008 at 4:11 PM  

In any other place the Mayor would have been resigned. But to quote the movie 300 "THIS IS ..DETROIT!!!".

White folks here are having a field day with Kilpatrick's antics which many of them use to justify previously held negative feelings.

Michigan is in play for the national election this year and I think that Kilpatrick could hurt Obama's chances to carry the state.

Although the governor has the power to remove Kilpatrick, I doubt she will use it. She and the Kilpatricks come out of the same semi-corrupt local political machine.

In a week or two the Michigan State Police will recommend to the State Attorney General whether assault charges should be filed or not.

Chances are this whole tawdry affair will drag out for another six months to a year if Kilpatrick has his way..

Ananda July 29, 2008 at 12:46 AM  

Yet again your wit has me laughing.

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