AVERAGE WOMEN ARE MORE POWERFUL THAN KINGS
I work-out. My muscle-definition is above-average. I have superior physical-strength. My ninja reflexes are cat-like.
I like cat.
On any given Sunday, I feel confident in my ability to avoid any serious physical damage (as long as I’m sober) if forced into a confrontation with any male-warrior (regardless of size) or any random knucklehead.
I’m a specimen of symmetry and physical efficiency.
However, my keen sense of awareness has afforded me the opportunity to understand who’s the real enemy—my most formidable opponent.
Enter beautiful Indian or Hispanic women.
Now, if I were to gently (and passionately) remove her clothing (while listening to Jodeci), I’d likely find very little muscle-definition. From a physical perspective, this woman would be a weakling.
However, this woman possesses a power, with which, no man can compete.
Most men are delusional enough to believe that they run the world. Beyonce helped put things in perspective when she released her song “Girls.” In the song, she asks the following: “Who runs the world?” Then she provides the answer: “Girls!”
Was she rubbing this truth in Jay-Z’s face?
Jay-Z is from the streets, so he’s respected and recognized as one of the most powerful men in the “hood.” He’s also mastered the phonies in Corporate America, so he’s seen as powerful in that sense, too. He’s one of the most powerful men on the planet.
Yet, when it came to the power of Beyonce, he was no match.
Let’s take a look at the lyrics from Jay-Z’s smash hit, “Big Pimpin’,” in which, he describes his views regarding committed relationships with the opposite sex (released in April of 2000). The words in [brackets] are my own, to better illustrate his thoughts.
You know I thug ‘em, f*ck ‘em, love ‘em, leave ‘em
Cause I don’t f*ckin’ need ‘em
Take ‘em out the hood
Keep ‘em looking good
But I don’t f*ckin’ feed em
First time they fuss I’m breezin’ [leaving]
[She’s]Talking ‘bout what’s the reasons? [Why are you leaving me?]
I’m a pimp in every sense of the word, bitch
Better trust and believe ‘em [him]
In a cut where I keep ‘em
‘Til I need a nut
‘Til I need to beat the guts [have sex with them]
Then it’s beep-beep and I’m pickin ‘em up
Let ‘em play with the d*ck in the truck
Many chicks wanna put Jigga fist in cuffs
Divorce him and split his bucks
Just because you got good head [oral sex]
I’mma break bread [part with my money]
So you can be livin’ it up?
Shit I parts wit nothing [give women none of my $]
Y’all be frontin’
Me give my heart to a woman
Not for nothin’ never happen’
I’ll be forever mackin’ [picking up new women]
In case you’re ebonically-challenged, I’ll help clarify his message. Basically, Jay-Z is privy to any number of women who are willing to be picked up for sex, then dropped off—with no attachment or emotional connection.
I’ve read Jay-Z’s book Decoded, and the dude’s a genius. He understands “the game.” That includes the game of the streets, Corporate America, and women. In fact, he’s even aware that there are women out there who wanna put his “fists in cuffs, divorce him and split his bucks,” and he still fell victim to Beyonce’s power.
I’m not hating; I love Jay-Z. And I love evolution. It’s normal for one’s perspectives on life to change. And let’s face it: Beyonce is a beautiful woman—full of talent and intelligence. It’s easy to see why Jay-Z changed his tune about “forever mackin’.”
However, it still proves my point: Women are more powerful than the most powerful men.
Beyonce changed Jay-Z’s mind. Now he’s a father to their baby, Blue Ivy.
Now let’s take a look at another case: Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.
At the time, Bill Clinton was President of the United States of America. He was, arguably, the most powerful human being on the planet. Out of the many powerful species on Earth, including Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, it was the Homosapien Intern known as Monica Lewinsky that made President Clinton say, “Oh my!”
The rest is history.
Literally. The event will “go down” in our history books.
Huh huh. I said “go down.” Huh huh. (Beavis and Butthead voice has been activated.)
No offense to Monica Lewinsky, but she was just an average-looking chick—borderline homely. She was a “powerless” intern. Yet, even this homely intern had the power to influence the decision-making of the most influential human on the planet.
She totally over-powered the most powerful man on Earth.*END OF SAMPLE*