Remy Ma Is Facing Backlash For Defending R. Kelly & Debating "Sexual Consent"

Remy Ma dedicated a faux-pas within the eyes of the Twitterverse for plausibly denyingR. Kelly‘s sexual assault allegations. She made her emotions identified on a latest episode of the REVOLT sequence State of the Culture, co-hosted by Joe Budden, and hers actually. 

Remy’s line of questioning revolved across the notion of consent. Her argument: “Rapists are solely there for his or her pleasure and don’t eat a** to offer the girl pleasure, subsequently, the act between R Kelly and people ladies wasn’t rape however consensual intercourse.”

Remy Ma has no “private perception” into any of these eventualities, not to mention a psychological understanding of the ladies implicated in R. Kelly’s affairs (typically instances underage or on the margin of acceptability. Remy’s argument hinges on the concept “pleasure” and “consent” are mutually unique, which we all know is definitely an oversimplification of interpersonal relationships, throughout the context of “communication.”

Understandably, Twitter had a discipline day with Remy Ma’s operating commentary. This is presumably the second time in as many weeks Remy Ma could have been higher served placing her foot in her mouth, so to talk. The final time “Twitter” deemed her “out of line” was her invitation for Non-White folks to make use of the N-Word at their very own discretion.

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