This New York Times Writer Thinks Human Trafficking is HILARIOUS


Lil’ Bow Wow cracks wise about raping and trafficking the First Lady Melania Trump. New York Times reporter laughs.

In the present state of affairs, nothing is to be unexpected. President Trump took to Twitter in the early hours of the morning to confront “Soul Plane” (2004) actor Snoop Dogg:

The once successful rapper, in an apparent stunt to assert his own relevance, recently released a music video for a song “Lavender.” The music video depicts Snoop Dogg (“Bones,” 2001) assassinating President Trump. Youtube has since removed the video from the website.

President Trump has been the target of a barrage of media attacks and legitimate assassination threats. He has maintained in his composure in the midst of some potentially life-threatening encounters, and he is not afraid to dish back to the media what they so commonly serve him.

Trump has recently taken to criticizing Alec Baldwin’s unfunny impersonations of him and denouncing SNL for their mistreatment of his son, Barron, characteristically calling the once humorous show “a disaster.” But it seems that he is beginning to take these media threats more seriously.

In response to Trump’s Tweet, the failing rapper Snoop Dogg’s rapper nephew decided to take to Twitter himself. Lil’ Bow Wow (“Like Mike,” 2002), who endearingly refers to himself as “Shad Moss,” had this to say to the Commander-in-Chief of the greatest superpower in human history:

Ayo @realDonaldTrump shut your punk ass up talking shit about my uncle @SnoopDogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us. — Shad Moss(Bow Wow) (@smoss) March 15, 2017

In English, Lil’ Bow Wow is saying that, because the President has challenged Snoop Dogg for threatening his own assassination in a music video, that Snoop Dogg (and by proxy, Lil’ Bow Wow) should sexually traffic the President’s wife as retribution. (Don’t worry. That doesn’t make sense to anybody else, either.)

Instead of leaving the matter alone or reporting it to the laughable “safety team” on Twitter (who did nothing to censor the #rapemelania hashtag), one New York Times writer decided to make light of the event:

Sopan Deb is a “culture reporter” for the New York Times. Perhaps, his colleagues at “the newspaper of record” should explain to him that prostituting women by force is a cultural vestige that warrants opposition, not humor.

Mike Cernovich was quick to point out the shocking remarks:

Any readers concerned with Sopan Deb’s peculiar sense of humor can comment directly to the New York Times public editor here. To see the saga unfold, see Cernovich’s timeline.