Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Russell Simmons Believes His Rape Accusers


Over the past two years disgraced music mogul Russell Simmons has been accused of sexual misconduct, including rape, by more than a dozen women [click here if you missed that].

In a new interview Russell says he believes his accusers...

Russell Simmons tells The Breakfast Club, "I believe them but I also believe me."

While Russell admits being a womanizer he insists he never did anything without consent and offered up results from 9 different lie detector tests.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

You need more people

NiyabinghiWerewolfObeahWoman said...

Dis rapist ass nigga, sitting up there looking like pill Cosby.

Tasha said...

Wow that documentary on hbo was really hard to watch as a rape survivor .If it’s true justice needs to be served and I do believe these women and when drew Dixon was on hot 97 When I looked in her eye’s I knew she was telling the truth and I got into it with my cousin about this he said why they waited so long .I know I was raped a long time ago and to this day i can’t tell anyone face to face because of who he is And how painful it is So I can only imagine how hard it was for them to come out and speak out against him hopefully when I get to the age these women are I will have the courage to look someone in the eye and say I am a rape survivor .

R in NYC said...

He believes his accusers??? .. what the hell is he trying to say? Makes no damn sense. All that yoga and Bhuddist enlightenment has this kneegrow talking in circles.

☛☢Twitter☺Fingers☢☚ said...

What the fuck does that even mean? You believe them but you also believe yourself?? There are no two sides and we have been hearing "rumours" for years. I think he is trying to play Mr. Peaceful Meditation but no amount of meditation will help.

Anonymous said...

Funny how a man with enough money to higher the best of the best attorneys to not only fight but counter sue for defamation runs off to Bali instead. A country with no extradition. Chess not checkers huh fam.

Tippie Hippie said...

Da Fuq is he talking about? His brain cells are fried from constant drug use he actually thinks he will escape his Karma.

Anonymous said...

For those who think the women waited too long, let me explain a few things to you. The world 10, 20, 30, and 40 years ago is very different from the 2020 Me Too era of today. In the past, women were ALWAYS blamed for their rapes or molestation. I was born in 79' and I am a living witness that women and girls, Black females in particular, were NOT allow to express themselves about things considered SHAMEFUL and there was no such thing as justice. So, the "wait" you all complain about has to do with the era the woman came from and the power men and boys had. We women were not valued. For instance, I knew a girl assaulted by 5 boys in school. She was digitally penetrated, but when I walked with her to the office to report it, a Black female teacher stopped us twice and said, "Don't put White folks in Black folks business and go back to class." Black women were far worse on sexual assault victims than some of the men. Blacks peers were no better. A 8th grader in middle school was grabbing girls vaginas and breasts, but when the virgin girls reported him and he got suspended, guess what happened? Those little virgin girls so-called friends, who were sexually active, turned on the girls for getting him in "trouble." When he grew up, he went on to assault underage girls. He was am R. Kelly waiting to happen. Then you have the Black mothers who would shut you down in a quick second for trying to mention your abuse and get justice. In the words of Sophia, "A girl child ain't safe in a world of men." I too was assaulted at age 12 by an 18 year old and I got blamed for taking it so hard and almost snapping. My own mother didn't want to deal with it and expected me to move on quick as in that day. lol I know countless Black females who have been raped and molested and so unless you lived 20 years ago, please shut the hell up because the world was very different then. Be glad things have changed for women but don't dare criticize those who came before you because you haven't walked in their shoes. Drew Dixon is much older than me and so I can assure you her journey was much harder because back then men could grab you and feel on you and if you complained you would be targeted. Same mess our ancestors endured.

Anonymous said...

@10:21, you and I are about the same age. Remember how easy it was for men to assault women and young girls when we were coming up? They could grab your vagina, breast or butt like it was nothing. So, it turns my stomach when I see people say "Why they wait so long?" as if the opportunity for them to tell existed back then. smh. Back then Black victims were called hoes, not victims. It's like telling the slave woman, "Why didn't you fight back?" As if there wouldn't be consequences. Being assaulted isn't a badge of honor and it isn't something you'd wish on an enemy. This post made me think waaaay back to when every Black woman who was raped or molested was automatically deemed a hoe and slut even if she was a child like Aaliyah was called when R. Kelly married her at 14.

ms mac said...

This fake ass Buddha is trying to confuse and shift attention away from his misdeeds. He's looking for people to give him a pass for being a womanizer and hope it takes away the sting of him being an actual rapist. He has two daughters so he better hope karma doesn't take that path.

robin said...

why are you hiding in Bali which has no extradition treaty with the USA????? TIME UP!

Anonymous said...

Come home Russ we have a party waiting for you. We love you Russ. We will be waiting for you at Kennedy Airport. Get-um FBI.

Kupcakeshay said...

Ok....

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