Friday, August 06, 2021

Angelica Ross Doubles Down on DaBaby


This week trans actress Angelica Ross claimed rapper DaBaby was checking her out during a chance encounter, in the wake of DaBaby's scandal for making homophobic comments at the Rolling Loud music festival [click here if you missed that]. 

Angelica doubles down...


46 comments:

Unknown said...

Lol Angelica is beautiful, and maybe he checking her out, but, hun, you are not a woman. You are a trans woman. And for some men, 'trans' will never be an option for them. Stop putting out 'dry facts' and do you. Da Baby and his fanbase don't need that energy, and the t-community don't need that negativity. If Da Baby was wit it, trust, you'd have more than 'dry facts' to dish about.

Gg57 said...

Transwomen are not women. Real women dont have to hop on a flight to Mexico to get their penis chopped off. Can we knock it off please??

Anonymous said...

Maybe he was looking at you, to see what you were. The delusion can question ones sanity. LOLOLOL

Anonymous said...

You'll always be a man, sir. All the makeup and surgeries in the world won't change that reality.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

While I have no dogs in this fight. Trans women are not real women, they cannot get pregnant, and while we do have barren members of the female tribe, they are born with a womb and uterus which these so called "women" lack. I don't give a shit but what you ain't doing, is coming for women after all our struggle and oppression on this planet by MEN, I might add now some of you fools want to throw on a bad wig, makeup, tuck yo dicks and wear 3 inch kitten heels chat bout you a woman. Stop!!! your delusion only goes so far and you might fuck around and incur the wrath or curse of the divine feminine, for your arrogance. Just keep doing you knowing you are a man in a wig, and yes other men will be attracted to men who pretend to be women. Nothing to see here and we don't care if Da midget was checking you out, we all know niggas that scream the loudest at gaiety are closet homo's fighting their urges.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

On and btw no need to read the blogs and try to "check" bloggers, it's gossip honey and we will gossip about yo thirsty ass.

R in NYC said...

Real women don't tuck their dick and balls. The end.

Kupcakeshay said...

He was looking because u LOOK like a woman, your DNA says u are a man.

Anonymous said...

Lol no, you are not a woman sir. Driest of all facts is you are and will forever be a man. It's science. Sashay away

ms mac said...

The thirst and mental defect are really real. Why is S/He trying so hard to prove a non-provable point? If it was that natural for non-closeted/unconfused men to check you out, why do you feel the need to report on it, Sir? Just bag you a "real" man since you're such a "real" woman and keep it moving. And how much of a woman can you be if you think ONE dude checking you out deserves an entire SM broadcast and an even more unnecessary comeback? REAL women deal with that shit daily and never bat an eye. That's how you know most of these M-to-F trannies are truly struggling with a warped and deluded mind -- they keep saying and believing the same thing (I'm a woman!) even though they'll never get different results (being born with a penis). Isn't that basic definition of insanity???

Anonymous said...

@12:53 right, the whole thing is contradictory!

Anonymous said...

Now if as a real woman, I wanted to call myself a TRANSwoman, they would have a problem with that too. "Ohhh - but you haven't struggled with discrimination like WE have". Fuck outta here! Have you "struggled" with a period every month? "Stuggled" with a miscarriage. or ANY of the things that come with being female. NO, you haven't. All these surgeries they run to get and I ain't heard nay one say, can you give me a uterus so I can bleed and have cramps every month? I want to feel like a real woman. NOPE - just give me titties, hair and makeup - all the fun stuff. fuck that. You'z a man no matter how you "feel". Steady trying to erase real women and made at us because we were BORN THIS WAY.

Unknown said...

Let's not take this post into trashing trans ppl. They have a hard enough life and journey as is. They may not be experiencing periods, PMS, childbirth, menopause etc etc etc but they do have worse murder, suicide, incarceration, and discrimination rates than both genders. But, this isn't - and shouldn't be a discrimination Olympics. Point is, we all have difficult journeys to get to who and where we want to be. But Angelica needs to chill on this rehash on Da Baby. I get it, she wanted folks to know that the same homophobe that's scared of gays, AIDS, and dick suckers was checking out a T-Girl. But, if it didn't end with his dick in your mouth or ass, it's not relevant..and all this is doing is bringing a negative light to the trans community. Let it go.

Nimibabe100 said...

This TEA sucks....

Nimibabe100 said...

TEA I personally don't care about...

Anonymous said...

^^but they do have worse murder, suicide, incarceration, and discrimination rates than both genders.


LIES!!!!!! Please show where you got this information from.

Anonymous said...

Poor DaAsshole. Exposed!

Anonymous said...

Its not about a competition. These Trannies bring it on themself, by talking sh*t about being more of a woman than a woman born as women, tricking somebody by not telling the truth up front when they meet these cats or tryna expose somebody who hadn't come out yet. If they would STFD and STFU and mind their F*in business, we wouldn't have nothing to talk about, or have a problem with them. Their responsible for their own misery for the most part.

Unknown said...

Honestly, sometimes I wish I didn't experience periods, pms, or menopause...to all have only the "beautiful" aspects of womanhood would be nice. Just like I'm sure men would prefer to hang onto to that patriarchy wherever they went without the responsibilities. *Shrugs*

The King Of The Real said...

DaBaby looked at me! Whatever

Anonymous said...

@Niyabinghi...
Some women can't carry to full term and have multiple miscarriages or they may die if they do so they stop trying. And a lot of women who don't get pregnant try really hard but sometimes it could be the man's fault and they don't even know it but either way it's sad and depressing for them that they can't have a baby they want. Words can hurt so I'm sure on top of all that they go through they don't appreciate being called barren. It wouldn't hurt to be a little more sensitive to the sisterhood you always claim is so powerful.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

4:39 PM
Don't be so triggered, it's just a damn word. I myself had 6 miscarriages and was told I would never have another child, after my now 19 yr old, I also miscarried twins which made it 6. I tried for 3 years and went on to have 2 more in my mid 40's no less. Y'all have to stop being so damn triggered, a lot of times women are blamed, but men can be sterile too, I met a few brothers that don't have children and tired desperately, I was also married to a man told by his Dr. He was sterile, I gave him one daughter but had 4 miscarriages for him. It's just a word and does not diminish your womanhood, there is way more to womanhood than just "giving birth".

Anonymous said...

I dont believe in trans. I believe that these men and some women have mental issues that need to be addressed. The fact that someone want me to address them as a certain pronoun encourages people not believe their own eyes. If I went to the doctor and said I feel that I'm really handicapped please cutoff my legs. The doctor would send me for a mental evaluation.

Unknown said...

@6:06

It's called respect. When you introduced yourself you want to be addressed a certain way, and you'd feel pretty disrespected if someone purposely called you a pronoun that you didn't feel was applicable. Or, refused to call you by your government name - instead choosing to give you a nickname or a different name altogether just cause. All these little things are meant to encourage respect. The trans community is just asking that you look at them the way that they are themselves. They aren't walking contradictions. They are human beings choosing their gender, their pronoun, and the lifestyle that they want to become accustomed to. How hard is it to call an individual who looks like a wo/man she/her/him? Why choose to be ornery and disrespectful? Especially coming from black people, who can cite medical and biological this, but act obtuse and afraid of science and medicine when it comes to vaccinating themselves for the sake of public health.

The cognitive dissonance is amazing.

Unknown said...

*see themselves

Anonymous said...

And where does it end @ Unknown? If it's all about respect and I want to be called Sweet Baby Jesus are you gonna give me that honor and is it right to force everybody to do the same? If we all make personal demands just because it suits us and our lifestyle where does that shit end?

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

7:12 PM
Don't bring the vaccine into this, since when these parasites care about the majority collective at large, they have been using for low wage slave, slavery just got rebranded, and unless you work in the hospital and know of medical apartheid against people of color, black and brown women up until the 70's were being sterilized without their knowledge, I could tell you some shit I seen in the hospital, when I worked there for many years, the racism against, gay and straight let's not forget they cultivated HIV in a lab to kill gay men, and didn't know some of those men were also married and downlow, tuskegee experiment? don't be a damn sheep and believe everything you see on the media, I'm not saying covid is not real, hell I had that shit and thought I was going to fucking die, as did my momma and one of my daughter and her husband. We are all still alive and no one took the shot but my mother, her choice and should be everybody's choice. This "establishment" run by a minority of descendants of former colonialist don't give a shit about you or me, and certainly not our health so miss me with that experimental shot, when I see a sista who had both legs and arms, amputated after getting that shot, that is enough for me, even one is too many and you can't sue them for experimenting on you and where the fuck this "virus" originated on who's lab and unleashed on the public to cause panic and profit.

Anonymous said...

Good mature dialogue....keep it going

Anonymous said...

I love the DaBaby and I think he is one fine man. I wish he would holler at me, I would drop and roll over. Bloop!

Unknown said...

@8:43

Is it ok for anyone to call you a nigger? What entitles you to determine what someone else can call you? Where does tolerance and respect begin? And I don't care what you prefer to be called, but just know, whatever 'it' is, out of respect for 'you', yes, I'll address you as 'sweet baby Jesus'. It's not my place to determine what / why you choose the moniker or name of your choice. But I'll do my part and 'respect' your wishes. It's really not a hard concept to grasp. Call ppl by the names that they want to be addressed by.

@8:55

I'm very familiar with black American history. A good book to read is "A Medical Apartheid" by Harriet Washington. It chronicles the medical atrocities committed against black Americans from the 1600s to present (mid aughts). And even with my knowledge, it's still in black ppls best interest to be vaccinated. If you can dictate a trans dichotomy between their bodies and science, then surely you can grasp the pathology of a virus and the importance of vaccinations for public health. Smdh

Anonymous said...

@Anon 4:39,

That word is very cruel "barron", But it is not really what you think Caribbean women use it kind of as an insult but they really never use it unless they don't like the person. Its kind of like calling someone a cunt in the US. I truly believe Niya wasn’t being hurtful towards reg ladies with fertility issues. Anyway you should feel better about this now. Also I don't believe anyone is truly barron. Anything is possible. I wish you womb wellness sis.

ms mac said...

@Unknown 7:12PM, The thing about respect is that to get it, sometimes you have to give it. Every single trans person was created, cultivated and manifested from a Woman's womb and a Female vagina. So the mere fact that a someone who is born a Male would turn around and proclaim themselves to be a Woman when they can't even perform the same act which gave them life is very offensive to some.

Then for this biologically born Male to be so audacious to suggest that He, who chooses to live his life as She, is the equivalent or better than the Woman who gave him life, and to proclaim it with such arrogance and insolence, is what I find most distasteful and disrespectful about a lot of them.

Trans women want to be treated and addressed as Women but most don't even pay homage to Us in a way that shows their appreciation for us being their muse. Instead, they mock us, turn their noses up or act like biological Women are beneath them. Now how does that warrant respect?

I personally don't think most trans people would get the backlash they receive from the female Black community if they would pipe down on all that bragging about how they're better than natural born women, or how heterosexual men secretly want them. If they choose to live a certain lifestyle that's one thing. But to intentionally disregard, degrade or disrespect the entity which actually gave them life and made them what they are is more than enough reason for any natural born Woman to be pissed off.

Anonymous said...

God does not approve of His creation being altered. Love yourself the way you are

Unknown said...

9:20

Respectfully, couldn't the same be about black people? How we're boisterous and arrogant about our love of our innate features - wide lips, nose, hips, ass, breast, and the varying shades of our culture? Isn't it possible that the very arrogance that black ppl use, to boost our self-esteem and image, is the same practices that the trans community are trying to cultivate? No group or community of ppl act with arrogance and impunity without a history of oppression of some kind. You really have to understand the history of degradation and humiliation to grasp why trans act and treat cis ppl the way that they do. A lot of trans ppl grew up in overly religious households and are repeatedly abuse, disrespected, and humiliated on a daily basis until they are able to remove themselves from those situations. And then, to have a government sanctioned murders (it's the trans fault for not disclosing or not doing enough to prevent assaults committed against them), and workplace discrimination. The gauntlet runs deep with the trans community. They don't have the same upbringing and protections that cis gendered folks do. People like you just don't get it - it's much deeper.

Anonymous said...

10:08 leave "black" ppl out of the bullsh1$.

ms mac said...

@Unknown, I do get it as it relates to what transgendered people have to go through. In fact, it’s almost impossible not to know because the struggles of the LGBTQ community are quite loudly expressed and addressed in today’s society (except the mental illness part, in my opinion). But to me, there is no comparison between the average cis gendered Black woman's struggle and the average transgendered woman's struggle.

At the most elementary level, a biological Black woman didn't choose to be born that way and we cannot eliminate, or at the very least, minimize our oppression or limitations by simply claiming a different identity or changing our wardrobe. We cannot erase our innate Blackness (lips, hips, etc), and no amount of makeup, hair extensions or costume changes will allow us to be seen as anything other than a Black woman who bleeds every month and is supposed to make babies. But if that transgendered woman ever decides they’re tired of a Black woman’s struggle life, they may still have the option of dealing with life as a Black man.

Furthermore, the bias trans people face isn’t any more relevant or traumatic than what the average Black woman faces. There are too many accounts of cis gendered Black women who were raised in abusive situations, disrespected at home and in the streets, faced workplace discrimination, etc., to count. It’s not a pissing contest but I could easily make the argument that most people “don’t get” what Black women go through either.

To your other point, I agree that because someone is oppressed it doesn't give them license to oppress others, least of all those who are also struggling. Black people (women) were degraded and enslaved for hundreds of years -- being told we were ugly, less than human, useless, stupid ... you name it. Therefore, our arrogance was a bare necessity for our mental stability and the internal fortitude we needed to pass down to our progeny.

With everything trans people have had to overcome, one would think they would try to demonstrate more humility towards the Black women they mimic, and whose level of subjugation they could never understand. I also agree it's natural for someone to be emboldened by their adversity. And I'm not saying anyone should bow down when faced with negativity. I just believe transgendered women should avoid treating biological women as their enemies rather than their allies. It hasn’t and doesn’t serve them well to lash out against the same people who have been through way more than they have.

A trans person’s pain doesn’t automatically cut any deeper than anyone else’s, so perhaps the empathy should flow just as easily in the opposite direction. I appreciate being able to have this mature dialogue.

Unknown said...

@ms mac

I appreciate this mature dialogue as well -

I also want to stress that we should not partake in any 'discrimination' Olympics, as to which group has had it worse. The point of my posts is to elicit empathy for another community of minorities with similar upbringings and discriminatory perceptions.

I feel like the disconnect lies within this notion that the trans community have somehow been "allowed" to "erase" a part of their identity, in lieu of another, and black people - a community that prides itself on overcoming adversity (the pedestal that has been created in black communities for single mother's, field niggas being seen as "real niggas" etc) and creating something positive from something perceived negative - is the issue, for all the reasons you listed ("We cannot erase our innate Blackness ...and no amount of makeup, hair extensions or costume changes will allow us to be seen as anything other than a Black woman who bleeds every month and is"), and it's created a hyperbole of resentment against trans ppl.

Whether black ppl want to admit it or not (most other ethnic groups have accepted it), trans are a subcategory of it's inhabitants race So in this case, blackness and black culture. So, yes, while both groups have had similar upbringings, your identity in the home was never under attack. There was never a conversation held about why you're not accepting your societal role as a black man or a black woman. You weren't beaten for choosing a societal identity. You weren't shamed, beaten, and discriminated against everywhere you went because folks thought that your perception of beauty and identity weren't ideal. Historically - definitely - but more recently (as in the last 20-30 yrs), no. But again - discriminatory Olympics this is not. Im just hoping that you and others will take the time to really consider what you are saying about a subgroup of our race who are facing the same, if not worse, discrimination and murder/suicide rates.

Abuse, disrespect, and discrimination are subjective and can be applied to any demographic of ppl. It's like saying, well, I'm yt man and I was abused all my life and had trouble holding down a job, too. Does that make their situation more dire than black ppl collectively? Absolutely not. We both mature and intelligent enough to know that these situations are experienced globally by folks of all ages, genders, and cultures. The problem is when those situations are systemically applied to a specific group of ppl for their physical traits and ideology on how they see themselves. Again, black ppl collectively and historically have endured more than our fair share of abuse and neglect. But those scenarios aren't, and haven't, been as common in the last 50 yrs. There's a hierarchy of privilege in this country: yt men, yt women, gay men, gay women, black men, black women, trans men, trans women...each group attacks, blocks access and/or resources to the group below them on the totem pole. And black ppl are no exception because once you've been discriminated and shitted on, it's hard not to practice those same tactics on someone you feel superior to - which is the the trans community.

ms mac said...

@Unknown, Your point about our society's unnecessary and impractical hierarchical standards are all well taken. I believe this is in itself a part of nature and evolution as all forms of life on this planet have endured some level of ranking; this applies to plants, animals and humans. And while I take issue with some of what you've stated, specifically "You weren't beaten for choosing a societal identity. You weren't shamed, beaten, and discriminated against everywhere you went because folks thought that your perception of beauty and identity weren't ideal," I'll accept that we have completely different perspectives on this. I'll even admit there may be a certain disconnect and lack of relatability towards transgendered women because as they, Your Blues Ain't Like Mine. However, I fully respect and can appreciate your very well articulated position.

Anonymous said...

Ya'll kill me always putting Black folks in these arguments....that's not right. Nevertheless, good points...everybody...yet, like "Wes"....don't put Blacks in this "mess"..

Anonymous said...

Wasn't this the same Angelica Ross who was in a relationship with a man who dipped off and got back with his babymomma? Then Angelica complained and said it was women who were at fault because we humiliate men who date trannies. Chile!!!!!!!!! Get some psychological help.

R in NYC said...

I lived with a tranny for 9 months in the Bronx. Micharl/Michelle was one of the most mentally I'll and manipulative human beings I've ever know. He was jealous if real women and saw them as a threat.
No one will ever convince me gender confusion is same. It's a mental illness that is validated and encouraged. I refuse to participate in the delusion.

Anonymous said...

^ Everyone is not the same. You need to come out with your trans/man outing.

Missy Jones said...

Dang, y'all writing essays up in here.

Anonymous said...

^So what. Contribute or shut up.

Anonymous said...

When his gigs dry up, he will become a trannie for the money or live with one for support. Bloop

Unknown said...

They claim to want to be recognized as a woman( not) but why the tea spilling that you really a man woman? If its right why they always feel they have to let the world know they ghay.

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