Former BBWLA Star Brittish Williams Has Interesting Opinions on Russell Simmons Allegations

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By: A.J. Niles

Former “Basketball Wives: LA” star Brittish Williams may have some interesting opinions about the assault accusations surrounding Russell Simmons.

Apparently, Brittish feels that victims of harassment and assault should not speak out after a certain period of time.

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  1. I disagree. There are many reasons why ppl don’t speak up. First and foremost, if the person who committed the allegations is famous, rich and influential the victim could receive a lot of backlash thereby, re-victimizing him/her again. We saw that with the numerous responses to ppl coming forward. Terry Crews has been blackballed bc of his coming forward. For someone wanting to make a living in this industry there’s so many risks involved. Finally, the person wants to put it behind him/her bc it was a traumatic experience. It takes courage to speak up regardless to when it’s done.

  2. This is an ignorant point of view to have. You can’t tell people they have a time limit on when to speak out on an injustice that happened to them. Plain out ridiculous.

  3. It’s weird people tell women all the time to get over hurt and pain she’s no different. People don’t want to hear it. I feel like people don’t want to be reminded of their own suffering. When it come to grief, cheating lying or sexual abuse I keep my mouth shut. Shouldn’t be time limit on when people should get over it. Gotta let people find their own resolve

  4. This is what happens when people try to be too woke on Twitter. Russell Simmons doesn’t need to be defended. He’s been a problematic jerk for years. Did she not read the email he sent Terry Crews? She should educate herself.

  5. Everything isn’t a conspiracy. Some people are just f-cked up and do bad things to other people because they feel like they have enough power to get away with it. People are doing the most to defend Russell Simmons.

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