Nate Parker Won’t Be Apologizing

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Nate Parker’s “Birth of a Nation” has been completely overshadowed by past rape accusations.

The backlash has been thick, but don’t expect him to apologize.

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  1. Acquitted doesn’t equal innocent in some cases. I read the entire case transcript. I was defending him at at first but if you read the transcript you’ll change your mind pretty fast. He raped that woman.

  2. I’m going to see this movie for Gabby and Aja. I may not be happy with Nate but I am not about to punish innocent black women because of his terrible choices. It’s not fair. If you’re offended by my choice, I don’t know what to tell you. I don’t feel like arguing today.

    1. I’m not offended by your choice at all. I was sceptical of going to see it after I read the court transcripts. Then I read Gabby’s article on LA times and cried for her. I honestly do believe Gabby thinks he is guilty too. Her article gives you those vibes. Like you, I’m going to see the movie because of those two women.

      1. I feel both of y’all to be honest. I have to think about this sh-t some more. I think he raped her too.

    2. Sh-t you have to do what you feel is right. I get it. I really do. I think he’s a piece of sh-t but I understand why people are still going to see the movie. Gabrielle and Aja deserve your dollars. It just sucks that Nate benefits. I may see it. I’m still on the fence.

    3. I feel the same way. I wasn’t going to see it but then I thought about how I was punishing other people in the movie who don’t deserve that. Nate will gets his one day.

  3. I’m so tired of hearing about this. If you’re boycotting, boycott. If you’re supporting, go support. Life goes on.

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