Black entertainers get an F
For the last 3 weeks I’ve been going to a lot of black entertainers Twitter and Facebook pages. Most of them never even mention the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson. Most of them never even mention how the police in New York choked a black man to death (Eric Garner)
Are black entertainers really this out of touch with what’s going on, or is that they they just don’t care black people.
1. All they want you to do is show up and buy tickets to their movies.
2. All they want you to do is show up and buy a ticket to their concert.
3. All they want you to do is go out and buy their CD.
4. All they want you to do is buy a ticket to their game.
I notice that black entertainers are all over twitter when they are trying to promote or sell something, they will worry you to death reminding you about the release date for their new CD or movie. But when something bad happens to black people, they are nowhere to be found. They refuse to open their mouth and speak up.
If I started naming all of the black entertainers that are SILENT about police brutality and injustice done to blacks, it would be too many to name.
98% of the well known black entertainers are silent, about the injustice that we see.
100% of the blacks on the (reality television shows) are silent, they haven’t even tweeted about Michael Brown.
99% of the R&B singers are silent.
99.% of the rappers are silent.
99.% of the black actress and actors are silent.
99% of black comedians are silent.
It totally amazes me that when I go to their Facebook and Twitter pages they are just laughing and carrying on like nothing is going on in the world.
Black entertainers today get an F for not using their platform to stand up and speak out against injustice done to blacks.
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Image-Line, the developers of FL Studio, formerly known as Fruity Loops, has confirmed they’re developing a native version for Mac OS X.
The knowledge base states:
“A while back we started by testing a FL Studio Mac OS X BETA (Crossover Wrapped) version, with direct installation on Mac OS X. This was promising but it was still just a Windows program, wrapped by CrossOver, running on OS X. The interest in the wrapped beta, and the problems we faced supporting 3rd party VST plugins in it, lead the team to start work on porting our Windows-only VST plugins – Edison, Gross Beat, Harmless, Harmor, Maximus, Ogun, Slicex, Sytrus, Vocodex to OS X native VST format.”
“The OS X VST plugin testing, was in fact, the stealthy beginnings of FL Studio native OS X compatibility development. These VST plugins use the exact same code-base as FL Studio itself, and if we could get these working to spec on OS X, then FL Studio would likely follow soon after.”
FL Studio is a popular digital audio workstation used by hip-hop producers such as Boi-1da, Hit-Boy, Jahlil Beats, Alex da Kid, Lex Luger, and Soulja Boy, and EDM producers such as Avicii, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, and Ummet Ozcan.
Image-Line hasn’t announced a release date but Attack Magazine believes it could be in 2015.