The BBC has form for letting down the survivors of rape jihad. Last year a BBC reporter by the name of Rickin Majithia, named a rape survivor, during her trial. An abuse worker reported this to the National Crime Agency.
They apologised. As though that makes it all ok? It is pretty hard to understand that a BBC reporter would actually name a sexual abuse victim without thinking of the trauma and fear that this would cause to the survivor. It is equally hard to understand why the reporter’s boss Arif Ansari would not have bothered to check to see if the survivor’s name was real or not?
Mr Arif Ansari was accused of breaching the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992, which gives victims lifelong anonymity. After a two-day case, Mr Ansari was found not guilty by a district judge at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court, who said the broadcast was an “honest mistake”.
And the BBC are at it again, clearly not learning from their mistakes, honest or otherwise. The BBC has apologised. Again. This time for playing the song, Chaabian Boyz by Frenzo Harami on DJ’s Bobby Friction and Kan D Man who described the song as ‘proper grimy, grimy, grimy.’ The BBC Asian network stated that “A version of the track which did not meet our editorial standards was played on Asian Network produced shows, in error.”
Not an error when the DJ’s raved about the song though is it?
Imagine BBC playing the lyrics from this rap song: “She just fucked 100 white men, she’s like who’s next?”
“Had them Muslim birds on the side curbs, looking for a dirty Indian or a white nerd.” “I had a Muslim girl. I used to call a cash machine, I got 20 Muslim girls and they all trap for me (sell drugs). They’re all in the flats laying on their backs for me.”
Please note – we have just replaced “White girls” with “Muslim girls”, “dirty p**i*” with “dirty Indian” to juxtapose and make a clear point, if those words were rapped by a white man then the uproar would be 100% worse, Muslims would be rioting in the streets.
It would never happen though because no rapper, black, brown white or otherwise would ever rap about Muslim girls in a derogatory manner, white girls though are easy meat and given no respect.
In true Muslim victimhood style, the rapper Harami, which means ‘bastard’ in Punjabi, (quite fitting in my opinion), has made it about him and how he is being persecuted. “I think that I’m a British Pakistani, the first thing that comes into some people’s mind is that I must be part of a grooming gang.”
The first thing that comes into people’s mind is that Harami is a wannabe rapper and gangster, rapping about pimping and fucking white girls and glamorising drugs. Could that be because those things are normalised in his community?
He goes on to whine that Drake and Chris Brown rap about white girls and they get away with it and that he only rapped about it to highlight the problem. Really? Instead of apologising for rapping about white girls in a derogatory manner he deflects and boasts about the publicity his song is getting.
Even the Metro picked up on the fact that he wasn’t bothered at all by the outrage as he posted an article up onto his Instagram account about his rap being banned. I suppose theres nothing wrong with a bit of self promotion on the back of public outrage eh?
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