Posted: March 19, 2015 in Uncategorized


What Black Women Used to Stand For

Black women back in the day stood strength and honour
Nowadays they say hurtful things when they holler
Acting like a material girl… call them Madonna
Some of our sistas have from getting grades to illegally chasing dollars
Trying to take off like a chopper
Attracting the arresting likes of a copper
By shaking that junk with more meat than a whopper
What happened to the prim and proper black women?
Billie Holiday and Beverly Johnson were exemplars of a perfect vision
Tyra Banks was attractive— her beauty was down to precision
A woman like Veniece Hall has me heated like a kitchen
All the Nicki Minaj types are proper vain like narcissism
Dancing to the Rihanna types like a broken down rhythm
Let’s not forget about the Lil’ Kims
Playing around like arse-clowns and pilgrims
We need more black women like the late Rosa Parks
For our future queens and matriarchs
Black women stood for their equal rights and more equalities
Whereas these weave-wearing bitches promote frivolities
These young black see Nicki Minaj as the ideology
Young black women are now representing hypocrisy
Black women represented elegance and eloquence
As well as showing evidence of achieving high excellence
What ever happened to the Black Motivated Woman?
People nowadays have this conception that appears woollen
White women are making black women’s ideas appear wooden
Going around with the mentality of a clown-arse hoodlum
We need more women like Jade Johnson and Dame Kelly Holmes
Two black athletes with high success hitting at your domes
We need our women to conquer all the thrones
Instead of being known as unknowns— imitating like clones
We need to have the young black women representing sheer class
Not wearing next to nothing— baring out their tits and arse

Copyright © 2012 René Olivierre all rights reserved (Taken from the book “G.E.M.I.N.I.”); written by René Olivierre and published by The Olivierrean Experience (T.O.E.)


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