If you look at some of the early comments under the videos of Charles Ramsey some black folks were criticizing him, saying he’s an embarrassment to black people. I want to know what black people? The ones who forgot where they came from? The one who think they are better than him? Or just jealous black people who didn’t do anything they feel worthy in life. This morning most of those disgusting remarks I read were marked as spam or deleted. I am happy about, because Mr. Ramsey deserves all our respect.
People are saying he’s story is contradicting. When in reality he’s saying the same thing. The story may deviate a bit and that it is natural, he’s not reading a script. I don’t know about you, but when I recall events I sometimes remember other details later. He first said he didn’t notice anything strange about the neighbors. Then later said he suspected something. We are human and that happens. He may have shaken it off. Do you always follow your first mind? The bottom line is when all is said and done. Mr. Ramsey freed these young women who will now have a chance to resume living their lives.
I even heard rumors that it was another man who didn’t speak English that actually broke into the house to free the ladies. If this is true how did Ramsey get in the limelight? And why would he since he’s refusing any reward there might be.
I’m a black woman and I know this man. He’s that uncle who shows up for the family get together and that speaks his mind. The one who makes us blush and laugh at the same time. He tells it like it is and doesn’t care if you like it or not. He’s the one you call if you need someone to have your back in a jam. He’s the one with a heart of gold. He’s the kind of man who will go in his pocket and give you his last dollar if you’re hungry. Don’t you know men and women like that? Ghetto, rednecks, niggers and poor white trash are stereo types. It’s not where you come from that makes you who you are. It’s not the language or how you speak it that matters. It’s the measure of your heart, the character of your actions that defines the person you are. We all bleed red, we all know right from wrong even if we don’t always do right. Mr. Ramsey did the right thing.
So I would appreciate you sadditie, bougie, uppity ass holes take a lesson from Mr. Ramsey. The man did what most of you wouldn’t do. Get involved and in the interim saved four people from God knows what. And who cares what he did in the past. We don’t know what went on with him and his wife. He apologized to his wife and did his time. That’s all that matters and it was over ten years ago. Today he’s a hero and that is what counts.
Another thing McDonald’s and Red Bull need to give this man his props and give him some endorsement. Comedy Central, HBO and Def Jam need to sign him up and so we can enjoy his natural wit.
Amanda Berry’s cousin thanked the public and the media for all they have done. She asked for privacy until they are ready to make a statement. I do hope that when the family makes a formal statement they remember what Mr. Ramsey had done.
Below is a music video of the events. I think it’s a fun and the tune is catchy. I don’t think it make light of the events because it a happy event for the freed women and child. These are my opinions and I have a right to them just as you do.