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We SO hope this isn't true! We're hearing absolutely horrible news that Sean Kingston is being sued over an alleged gang rape that went down at his hotel… Read more…

7 comments to “Sean Kingston Facing Gang Rape Lawsuit Claiming He Assaulted A Woman With Two Others!”

  1. richsp says – reply to this


    Really!! Has to fuck with two other guys!! NICE!! Cant get a girl on his own, gets off with other dudes junk in his toy box! Nasty!! Give a room with woman, sorry no guys!! The bed must look like a pancake with three fat dudes and a little girl!!

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    It wouldn't surprise me for a minute if this bottom-feeding yard ape was guilty.

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    Maybe he can use the Robin Thicke defence - 'I knew she wanted it'.

  4. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    After what I've read regarding this case, I believe Carissa and her friend. I hope she wins the suit and gets some counseling to help her heal. With that said, Re: rosebud99 – . . . stop with the whole accusatory reactions to Robin Thicke and “Blurred Lines”. Is he douche-y/cocky in the song? Yes. Is the song about rape? No.

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    Re: rosebud99 – Did you know that the line, 'I knew she wanted it', used to be a reasonable defence for rape? It was very common for men to claim that their rape victims were just saying no because they were 'good girls', but they really wanted it. Then finally, we got consent laws. Robin Thicke's song is saying that consent is a blurred line. It sets us back about 30 years. It is most definitely about rape. Worse than that it makes rape sound like no big deal - just fun.

  6. WillowWynde says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – Yes, I know about how rapists use(d) those words as their defense (ridiculous!). But Robin Thicke singing, “I know you want it” does not translate into, “I know you want it, and I’m going to force it.” More proof? Look at the lyrics at the end of the chorus, “The way you grab me, must wanna get nasty, go ahead get at me”. The last part, “go ahead get at me” clearly puts the ball in the girls court by telling her to make a move. In other words, he’s saying he knows the girl is turned on and is telling her to make her move. There are so many songs out there that actually do imply rape, etc. to get up in arms about that actually do set us back 30 years. But is this song one of them and about rape? No. Does it imply a cocky douche? Most definitely.

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    Re: WillowWynde – I see your point and I guess it is up for interpretation - my problem with phrases like 'the way you grab me, you must want to get nasty', is the assumption that one behaviour ie. dirty dancing, means more than it actually does. Girls should be able to have some fun without men deciding that they want to get nasty. Yes, he does say, 'go ahead and get me', but those few words are lost in the repetitive message, 'I know you want it'. But I do agree - he is a douche.