Did you ever take your time to watch Erykah Badu’s video “Window Seat”? If you never watched it this is it. Tell me what you think?
The rules of society: Culturally Misunderstood: What is accepted and what is not.
There had been a lot of speculation about the controversial Erykah Badu’s video “Window Seat”… A whole lot of noise about her nudity, sexually explicit scene and the “that is just soo wrong”… mhh!! I could here folks sitting at the balcony speaking, “God forgive that child, Erykah Badoon, Erykah Baboon or something like that… Whatever her name is”.
PAUSE!!! Why are we soo narrow minded?
Because society is narrow minded and it teaches us to be that way. Society does not accept anyone.You are not accepted, you are not accepted and even you that is reading this is not accepted by society… Race, Color, Gender, Homosexuality, Nationality, Religion and what have you.
Society is the biggest mother fu…emmm!!! Sorry … I just got a bit emotional.
Yes, Erykah Badu took off her cloths at the end, butt naked, I admired the beauty of that body, very, very beautiful, sexy but you know what? It was a work of art, period. I never, not even once thought of you know… wham wham whaming her!!!! even though things like that strike my eyes and third leg easily. Not in this case. Why? Why because it was not in that context just as I will not think deep in a miss Universe. Please watch it again and this time with an opened mind, let me know what you think http://facebook.com/orijinculture
Do you know what I saw in that video? Poetry . There is no better way to express yourself, free your mind than to be naked. BUTT NAKED. The ending was classic, with her statement after getting assassinated by society
“They play it safe. Quick to assassinate what they do not understand. They move in packs adjusting more and more to fear for every act to hate one another. They feel most comfortable in groups, less guilt to swallow. They are us.
This is what we have become. Afraid to respect an individual. A single person under circumstance can move onto change. To love herself. To evolve.” Erykah Badu
Yep that is a classic, period.
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