At first reported, it all seemed like a scene straight out of the movie Jungle Fever, where an interracial couple was having a little play time out in the Brooklyn streets. That playtime time turned into a play fight that [to prying eyes] looked as if the white woman was being raped or assaulted by the black guy, but in actuality, all they were doing was play-fighting and………making out.
Well, it’s like R. Kelly says: “I don’t see nothing wrong with a little bump and grind”
…I share the same sentiment. But obviously prying eyes that pierced in to the bumping and grinding scene within their prying eyes’ view didn’t feel that way. As a result, the police were called to break up the make out session and the two versions of the stories went from there.
Originally, [via several variations] the headline read: “Django Unchained Actress Racially Profiled and Mistaken as a Prostitute After Being Caught Making Out with Her White Boyfriend.” …That’s pretty much what everybody went with after seeing this:
Well low and behold, our friends TerMiteZ got a hold of the actual audio of the entire scene where it appeared that right before she “went to Hollywood” (the 3-T: the the tears, the theatrics, and the tantrum); Watts pulled out the race card and the ‘do you know who I am’ card while warning she would be refusing to cooperate with the officer as, there was no crime being committed in being found making out with her boyfriend.
Here’s the audio obtained… YOU BE THE JUDGE:
Needless to say, whatever becomes of this I only feel there was one major crime committed, and that is:
Regardless his fervor and support (in writing) for his girlfriend (via that FB post and his Instagram post), the simple fact that the policeman stood there and repeated (several times) “I’d already be gone/I would’ve been gone….. “ (as if to imply something unfavorable about Danielle such that he shouldn’t even be with her for whatever reason), and rather than defending her honor at that moment where it mattered most; he stood there with the cop and basically adlibbed (versus defending his girlfriend to the cop or simply asking the cop not to imply anything about his girlfriend like such).
That’s The Truth and only “crime” or (or crying shame) i [listened to].
But hey, what do I know?
Maybe he felt just like Wesley Snipes did in the above-posted movie clip…………..when his white girlfriend was trying to defend him against the cops.
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