Saturday, May 07, 2016

Afrika Bambaataa Leaves Zulu Nation


After repeated claims of child molestation [click here if you missed that], Afrika Bambaataa steps down from the Universal Zulu Nation...

A statement from the organization confirms there has been a significant restructuring and that ALL accused parties have either stepped down or been removed.

The statement, while sympathetic to the alleged victims, is clear in not condemning Bambaataa while distancing themselves from him legally.

Read the full statement below.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Date: 6th May 2016
Universal Zulu Nation Official Statement: International and Regional US UZN Leaders, Universal Zulu Nation The Universal Zulu Nation wishes to announce that it is currently under new leadership by the International and Regional U.S. Zulu Leaders. This will involve a significant restructure and will feature an in-depth re-assessment of how the organization will function to better serve our communities. As part of this restructure ALL accused parties and those accused of covering up the current allegations of child molestation have been removed and have stepped down from their current positions.
Over the coming months there will be significant changes to the organization in terms of roles, structure and establishing the policies any organization of our size should have in place. There shall also be a new move to work towards providing support for victims of abuse, rape and molestation and working more closely on other social issues existing in communities such as drug addiction, alcoholism and mental health.
We are saddened by current events. Not only because of the trial by social media of which we have been subjected to as an organization, but because until now the previous leaders and founders have been ineffective at being able to respond in a way which our members and associates deserve of us. Especially when our good work spreading the Zulu message has empowered communities worldwide. We would like to offer our sincere apologies for this.
As an organization we are in a very difficult position because we are being asked to condemn one of our founders based on testimony through social media alone. We cannot do this. We also cannot dismiss the comments of parties asserting they have been harmed. We have a duty to search for truth. We also need to be mindful that if these allegations are true that victims discussing this in a public forum has not come easily. We the Universal Zulu Nation wish to extend great sympathy to anyone affected by such issues. We know that respect and compassion need to be at the forefront of how we deal with such topics in the future, this has been a lesson in learning for us.
The public is asking for justice and we would welcome constructive suggestions on how that could be effectuated properly. At the moment it is unclear on how best to proceed, we would like to know how the claimants would like to take the matters further towards some form of resolution where the truth can be established. We can not legally speak on behalf of the parties in question in regard to the current allegations. Individuals must speak up for themselves & advice from their legal teams should be sought.
Our restructure is a positive step towards organizational change for our worldwide family of members and the great community programs they continually run which spread the message of Peace, Love, Unity and Having Fun.
To communicate with us during this time of transition please email us at info@universalzulunation.global
Peace
International and Regional US Zulu Leaders
Universal Zulu Nation

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

WELP!

Anonymous said...

I didn't even know the Zulu Nation was still a thing

Anonymous said...

Penn state and Sandusky all over again.

Anonymous said...

Pedophile, Bam-Booty Bandit aka Bam-dusky, getting kicked out of the club is only a small part of dealing with this atrocity. Now it's time for some real justice. Street or Law Enforcement? And all others involved or who looked the other way when these disgusting acts were taking place, should be held accountable, too.
#NoMercyForPedophiles #SaveOurSons

Anonymous said...

Bam-dusky. That's a good way of putting it.

Anonymous said...

So NOW the Zulu Nation wants to do community outreach? Wtf they been doing all this time up until now..they are about black empowerment right? I think more have been involved.

Anonymous said...

lol @ Bam-dusky did y'all get that from DJ Akademiks?

Anonymous said...

Can anybody tell me what the Zulu Nation does other than get shout outs in 90s hip hop songs?

The King Of The Real said...

Bam Dusky *HOWLS* Rock rock planet cock...please stop...

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