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Aaron McGruder is Right About Tyler Perry…Even Though He’s Wrong

Aaron McGruder

Dr. Cornel West has often asserted that the late, great Richard Pryor was the “freest” Black man who ever lived. Not that I disagree with the noted philosopher and leading public intellectual, but I would like to also add that cartoonist and satirist Aaron McGruder deserves honorable mention.

McGruder’s entertainment resumé has been decorated with numerous chalk outlines, laying waste to both individuals and institutions arguably out of step with what’s best for the African-American aggregate.

Anyone familiar with McGruder’s work knows that the The Boondocks is unabashed, unrelenting and unrepentant in its attempts to offer its creator’s viewpoint on everything from popular culture to political fodder. Whether you agree with McGruder’s approach often times determines whether you are a fan of his work, regardless of the point he strives to make.

McGruder’s work is akin to chitlins…either you really like them or you can’t even stand the thought of the smell. There’s no in-between and he likely revels in the visceral response he often evokes.

In the latest episode of The Boondocks, McGruder took aim at the Tyler Perry empire by way of

Tyler Perry

“Winston Jerome.” Stopping short of imitating Perry’s voice and likeness, McGruder lampooned the legacy of Perry in every way, even hinting at supposed unresolved homosexual issues which allegedly power Perry’s most popular character, “Madea.”

If McGruder is anything, he is consistent. His consistent effort in “putting hands on” the seemingly untouchable or immensely popular is probably unmatched. Perry has fast become a movie mogul in an entertainment world in which knows few of his color. Right or wrong, public criticism of him and/or his work is not acceptable in many African-American circles. Criticism of such lofty African-Americans is often dismissed has being rooted in jealousy or a “crabs-in-a-barrel” mentality; regardless of how factual and accurate the criticism just might be.

Don’t talk “crazy” about President Obama, don’t talk “mess” about Oprah and don’t talk “ish” about Tyler Perry. For many, they are simply above reproach.

Uh…no they’re not and yes you should when warranted.

As a matter of fact, McGruder has put his foot into the backside of all of the aforementioned over the course of his career.

In this particular instance, he has a point and it’s a good one (several actually).

At the same time, Mo’Kelly isn’t so sure that Aaron hadn’t already abrogated his moral authority to take anyone’s “Black card” anymore or is wise by throwing stones from his glass house of negative imagery.

Let Mo’Kelly digress momentarily…

For what it’s worth, can anyone describe the immense irony in the fact that one of Perry’s most vocal critics (outside of McGruder) is filmmaker Spike Lee?” That would be the same Lee whose groundbreaking films and vision as a opened the door for more Black voices and Black directors to be seen and thrive; names like Tyler Perry. If Tyler Perry has become a money-making monster in this business (and he has), some thanks must go to Dr. Spike Frankenstein who unwittingly helped create him. In the way that there probably is no Tiger Woods without Lee Elder…there’s probably no Tyler Perry without Spike Lee.

W.E.B. DuBois

Such is the nature of the battle for the souls of Black folk. And speaking of The Souls of Black Folk, once upon a time it was W.E.B. Dubois who offered sharp criticism of Booker T. Washington. Langston Hughes’ artistic vision was roundly criticized by James Baldwin. Despite these truths, history had more than enough room to celebrate them individually and collectively.

In other words, the fight for the souls of Black folk didn’t begin

James Baldwin

with Harriett Tubman and it didn’t end with Barack Obama taking his presidential oath. Let’s not lose sight of these facts.  History will have ample room to celebrate all of these figures and their contributions in the coming generations, Aaron McGruder too.

But back to McGruder/Perry…

For some, the fact that Tyler Perry has built his empire on the back of a cross-dressing character with many features similar to the “Mammy” stereotype of yesteryear concerns many in the Black intelligentsia. Some have characterized Perry’s work as nothing more than “coonery” and “buffoonery.” In truth, it’s a fair criticism.

Yes, I said it…it’s a fair criticism.

There are real similarities between “Madea” and “Mammy” which can’t be denied. The shenanigans of the characters on programs like Meet the Browns evoke for some, comparisons to Stepin Fetchit.

Stepin Fetchit

Stepin Fetchit, not-so-coincidentally was the first Black millionaire actor…”Stepin Fetchit” was the stage name for Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry. The fact that “Tyler” and “Lincoln” share the same surname is not where their similarities begin or end. The amassing of great fortunes while promulgating questionable images of African-Americans has managed to bring both their names together in discussions many times prior to this editorial and will continue to do so long afterward. It’s a reasonable discussion to be had. You may agree or disagree ultimately, but the historical similarities do bear mentioning and are worthy of discussion. No number of Black people Tyler Perry has managed to employ over the years mitigates these similarities or marginalizes those who take issue with the images Perry puts forth.

As I’ve said many times over the years…if the game of dominoes taught Mo’Kelly anything, it’s that not all money is good money. If Al Jolson, BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam taught Mo’Kelly anything, it’s that not all “funny” is good funny.

It does beg the question as to whether the exaltation of Tyler Perry comes at too high a cost. We must be willing to ask ourselves if Tyler Perry becoming an eventual billionaire is any different than when Bob Johnson became one thanks to BET? McGruder’s answer to the question (on both) is abundantly clear, yet are African-Americans willing to accept long and sustained criticism of Perry or might they eventually turn their backs on McGruder? Throwing hay-makers at BET as McGruder has done in the past could be considered “easy” as BET has long been universally accepted as the top villain in such discussions. The same can’t be said of Perry.

Perry is firmly entrenched and beloved within the church-going community from his original stage plays which paved the way for his eventual success in TV and movies. The love affair with Perry’s characters is both long and strong. Conversely, it’s always been easy to hate BET. The company and its executive leadership have always made it rather easy to do.

Spike Lee

But as always in The Mo’Kelly Report…we strive to go deeper. Simply criticizing Perry is a superficial read of this issue. Let’s get to the substantive.

Where Spike Lee has it right is that all African-American filmmakers have a duty to put forth responsible imagery. Yes, ALL of them. We do not live in a post-racial America and we as African-Americans are not adequately or respectfully represented across video and audio media. Any irresponsibility on the part of a Lee, a Perry, a Singleton, a Fuqua or even an Ice Cube has a disproportionately negative effect on its target viewership.

It’s not fair, but it surely is the truth.

She's Gotta Have It (1986)

If Lee should view Tyler Perry with contempt, Spike should also remember his own similar missteps. Girl 6, the movie about the phone sex operator is not liable to end up on Turner Classic Films and did nothing to place Black women in a positive light. She’s Gotta Have It...anyone…anyone?

Bueller…Bueller? Oversexed Black woman stereotype?

She Hate Me, you know, the Spike Lee movie about the Black “buck” who impregnates 18 women at $10,000 a pop (no pun intended) for his “sperm donor business.”

Stereotypes? Coonery and buffoonery?  Nobody was exactly twisting Lee’s arm to tell that “positive” African-American story in the 21st century.

That’s a double-edged sword cutting more than just Perry…let’s be intellectually honest and fair. Lee can make the argument that his body of work is balanced and offers a wider swath of African-American life, and it would be an accurate statement. Yet he too has willfully trumpeted obviously negative imagery along the way to make a dollar.

Which segues Mo’Kelly back to McGruder.

As for McGruder, let’s not forget his liberal…no, LIBERAL use of the N-word over the years. It’s not for Mo’Kelly to necessarily say one evil is worse than another, but Mo’Kelly will say “evil is evil.” Negative imagery is negative imagery. It’s difficult to rationalize it in either small doses or large. It’s too complicated to try to reconcile the supposed difference between someone offering negative imagery only “some” of the time as opposed to “most” of the time. Mo’Kelly didn’t know such a sliding scale existed.

Do we now grade “sell-outs” on a bell curve? That’s what it sounds like McGruder is saying we should do. In the end, Mo’Kelly isn’t high on the N-Word OR cross-dressing Black men when it comes down to discussions about positive representations of African-Americans.

So before we all run to jump on the McGruder bandwagon, let’s be wise enough to examine the fullness of history. History has shown that there’s enough room for all of these towering figures to coexist and we’ll celebrate each of their legacies long after they’re gone. History has also shown that none of these towering figures is above reproach and has done his questionable fair share. Yes, McGruder is an honorable mention for the freest Black man in the history of America, and his points about Tyler Perry are well-taken and in many ways valid. Let’s just not let McGruder and Lee get “brand new” on us either. You can’t hold someone else up to the light and not also have some of that same light shine on you too.

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Michael Vick: STILL the Most-Hated in Sports

Interesting…from USAToday

For the second consecutive year, Michael Vick is the most-hated man in sports, according to a Forbes magazine poll.

Vick topped the list that included five NFL figures among the 10 most-hated people in sports. He was disliked by 69% of respondents.

Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis was second on the list, with 66% disapproval rating, with Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger third at 57%.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was tied for fourth with Tiger Woods, with 53% of respondents saying they disliked him.

Terrell Owens was the other NFL stakeholder on the list, with 47%.

(Mo’Kelly: There’s plenty commentary to be had on this one.  How Tiger Woods is running neck and neck with a twice-accused rapist on a “most-hated” survey is curious at best.  And let’s be clear, this isn’t about a favorable/unfavorable perception…it’s a “most-hated” list.  Mo’Kelly will save his other commentary for later.)

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Here We Go Again: Elizabeth Taylor’s “Cleo” Redux
06.21.2010, 12:09 PM
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Angelina Jolie

From EURWEB.com

The backlash over Angelina Jolie’s casting as African queen Cleopatra in an upcoming biopic is picking up steam.

It all started earlier this month when producer Scott Rudin announced he was developing the film “for and with Jolie” based on Stacy Schiff’s book “Cleopatra: A Life.” Schiff applauded the choice, telling USA Today, “Physically, she’s the perfect look.”

Needless to say, the casting is not sitting well among many African Americans, who have taken to Internet sites – including this one – to voice outrage over yet another white actress being chosen to play the Egyptian queen.

“I don’t care how full Angelina Jolie’s lips are, how many African children she adopts, or how bronzed her skin will become for the film,” Shirea Carroll wrote in an editorial for Essence.com. “I firmly believe this role should have gone to a black woman…What’s next? A biopic on Sojourner Truth played by Betty White?”

This isn’t the first time Jolie has found herself at the center of a debate about race in Hollywood. In 2007, she raised eyebrows within the African American community when she wore dark make-up to play the role of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl’s wife Marian, who is partly of African descent. Pearl herself took to the press to defend Jolie, telling Time Magazine, “It is not about the color of your skin. It is about who you are.”

While experts can’t say with certainty what Cleopatra looked like, physically speaking, Jolie certainly doesn’t fit with the features historians now know she inhabited. In addition to the wrong skin color, Jolie is also thought to be too tall, too skinny and too striking to mirror the real Cleopatra.

Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra

“Sadly for those who seek the secret of her personal allure, the more we study Cleopatra’s surviving images, the less certain we may be of her [allegedly gorgeous] looks,” Susan Walker, a senior curator at the British Museum, told the British Sunday Times.

In fact, according to ABC News, Egyptologists insist that the legendary temptress, known for having used her beauty to seduce Roman Emperor Julius Caesar and general Mark Anthony, was actually “short, fat and plain.”

Elizabeth Taylor was the first to portray the famous queen on film in 1963′s “Cleopatra.”

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Ron Artest’s Post Game Presser (VIDEO)
06.21.2010, 11:49 AM
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Some videos need neither set-up or post commentary.  This would be one of them.

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Glenn Beck Deserves MAJOR PROPS for “Black Founders” Friday
06.18.2010, 11:31 AM
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Mo’Kelly is not a fan of Glenn Beck, but he deserves tremendous props for covering this topic.  How this wasn’t sent to Mo’Kelly before now…not even sure.  But this is outstanding that the Fox News network (or Glenn Beck specifically) researched this topic and featured it on air.  The video will speak for itself.  This ran at the end of May.  Mo’Kelly MUST give credit where credit is due.  Granted, there are Neocon undertones at the end of the program and the “point” of it all is closely tied to Republican talking points, but I won’t quibble about that.  I think the larger expression of these facts trumps any criticisms I have.

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Laker Celebration…Different Year, Same Commercial
06.18.2010, 8:55 AM
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This just doesn’t get old, especially when the Lakers keep winning!

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Sherri Goforth of Anna, IL…This Clownin’ Is For You
06.16.2010, 11:07 PM
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Be careful what you ask for…you just might get it.”

In the course of Mo’Kelly doing what he does over the years, he usually makes more enemies than friends…such is the nature of the beast. Controversial topics, unpleasant issues…usually makes for many a hurt feeling or two in the process. But some things still hold true, irrespective of the subject or circumstances.

Not only should you be careful in what you ask for…you might just get it; but…

It is not what you say it’s how you say it.”

Meet Sherri Goforth.

"Illinois Sherri Goforth"

Some time ago (more than a year ago) Mo’Kelly covered the story of the Tennessee GOP staffer responsible for sending around the “joke” containing pictures of the first 43 presidents and a spook representing the 44th, President Obama.

For that story Mo’Kelly attributed a picture to “Sherri Goforth.” Now Mo’Kelly is prone to make mistakes like anyone but at the same time, Mo’Kelly doesn’t respond well to demands or derisive statements from someone who ostensibly NEEDS something from Mo’Kelly.

Yes, if you NEED something (or even would like Mo’Kelly to do something) it is probably in one’s best interests to ask nicely. VERY nicely. You don’t demand Mo’Kelly to do anything on his blog.

Never…ever.

Unless your name is Almighty God or Almighty FBI…there had better be a bunch of “pretty pleases” with a heaping of “sugar on top.” As they say…

You catch more flies with sugar than with s@#$.”

With that as a precursor…Mo’Kelly received the following email some 12 days ago…

from csgo4th@shawneelink.net
to mrmokelly@gmail.com
date Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 7:03 PM

Mr. Kelly:

The photo of Sherri Goforth on your website is NOT the woman from
Tennessee.  It is a photo of a teacher from Illinois which was taken from
her school’s website.  I know this because I am the woman in the photo.

Thanks to you, or someone on your staff, my picture is now attached to
this other woman’s story on several links.

I trust that my image will be promptly removed from your site and a retraction explaining the error will appear so that no further action on my part will be necessary.

In the future, please do your research.

Sincerely,
Sherri Goforth

_______________

Be careful what you ask for…you just might get it.”

In all seriousness, if this “Sherri Goforth wasn’t completely insulting and a demanding idiot, Mo’Kelly would have been more than happy to make the correction.

More than happy.

But if “Illinois Goforth” would have “done her research”…she would have known that Mo’Kelly doesn’t take kindly to threats and demands; implied, veiled or otherwise.

If the presidents of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, BET and El DeBarge don’t scare Mo’Kelly with their threats, we can assume that a single, ignorant fool in Illinois doesn’t exactly make Mo’Kelly shiver in fear (yes Barbara McKinzie lives in Illinois too but we’re not dealing with that particular “ignorant fool in Illinois” on this occasion.)

And speaking of fools, if you should act a fool in a private email, you will subsequently get clowned publicly. If “Sherri” had “done her research,” she would have known this was coming and used better judgment before hitting “send.”

Sherri, you want your retraction…here you go!

Be careful what you ask for…you just might get it.”

Mo’Kelly quickly responded, letting her know that she would not get her way by making ill-conceived demands and insults. In fact, in her original email she didn’t even offer any proof as to her assertions. Not that she knows anything about writing or journalism, but it’s a bit ill-advised to demand a retraction merely on the strength of an unfounded and unverified claim in an email.

Dude, nobody landed on the moon, just believe me and take my word for it…I demand a retraction from The Washington Post right now.”

Uh…no, it doesn’t work that way “Illinois Goforth.” You should have better done your research.

So Mo’Kelly sent her to chase her tail…asked her for proof. Told her to complain to wordpress…knowing full well this blogsite was going bye-bye in weeks. She could’ve had her request honored in minutes, but instead, she forgot she was only an insignificant PTA member from the rural midwest.  For her poorly conceived efforts, she got the gas face and sent on a wild goose chase.

You catch more flies with sugar than s#^@.”

from csgo4th@shawneelink.net
to Mo Kelly <mrmokelly@gmail.com>
date Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 11:16 AM
subject Re:
mailed-by shawneelink.net

Here’s my proof…so unless your Sherri Goforth is moonlighting as a
seventh grade teacher in Southern Illinois I suggest you remove my picture
now!

http://anna37.com/Staff.html
Sherri Goforth

_________________

Is she REALLY trying to tell Mo’Kelly what to do and more importantly, WHEN to do it?

Oh no she didn’t!

“Illinois Sherri Goforth,” this is for you…silly rabbit.

Not that anyone is all that concerned about what the Tennessee GOP staffer “Sherri Goforth” looks like as opposed to the completely irrelevant educator somewhere in Illinois also named “Sherri Goforth”…

But since Illinois Goforth would like it “cleared up” Mo’Kelly is going to do what Mo’Kelly does. Sherri sets ‘em up…Mo’Kelly knocks ‘em down.  She wants due research diligence from Mo’Kelly?  Comin’ right up!

Y’all listen up. Hear ye, hear ye…

The photo above was NOT of the Tennessee GOP staffer as originally indicated here in The Mo’Kelly Report, it’s a photo of some heretofore unknown, unnamed, unimportant/irrelevant and largely ignorant teacher in the midwest portion of the United States. The real “Sherri Goforth” (i.e. Tennessee GOP) is halfway easy on the eyes. THIS “Sherri Goforth is…well…see for yourself.  You make the call. This is the picture SHE sent as “proof,” so it’s the one which gets posted.  Mo’Kelly removed the other pic, but  Mo’Kelly can’t clear this up WITHOUT using the picture SHE sent, so up it goes!  The picture is also on a PUBLIC website from a link SHE sent…up it goes!

"Illinois Goforth"

Yes, “very flattering” are the words which came to my mind too (wink, wink). We’re in agreement.

According to her “proof” she works at:

Anna Jr High / Davie School
301 S. Green Street
Anna, IL 62906
phone (618) 833-6415
fax (618) 833-3205

She can be emailed at: csgo4th@shawneelink.net

In her free time she likes to finger paint, make cookies in her EasyBake oven and attends back-to-school night on occasion with lesson plans in tow; scribbled in crayon.

Hey, Mo’Kelly just wants everyone out there to absolutely clearper HER wishes. Mo’Kelly is just sharing his thorough research, per her wishes. Sherri Goforth of Illinois is NOT savvy enough to hold employment within one of our two major political parties. She is a rather unsophisticated and mildly articulate “educator” from underdeveloped and backward Anna, Illinois…population 5,136.

Are we clear? Is anyone still unsure who is who? Goforth of Illinois doesn’t want to be confused with Goforth of Tennessee. Mo’kelly is just acquiescing to her wishes.

Any questions so far? Good…let’s keep going.

Allegedly “Illinois Goforth” is in charge of educating 7th graders…all 4 of them in the city of Anna. Judging by the faculty picture in her submitted link above, it is highly unlikely she’s had much involvement with African-Americans or African-American students…which might explain the hubris in believing Mo’Kelly takes orders from misguided and misinformed midwest middle school teachers. Such idiocy works in Anna, IL…but not in the big city

csgo4th@shawneelink.net
to mrmokelly@gmail.com
date Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 1:55 PM
subject Sherri Goforth

I have tried to get your cooperation on this.  Now we’ll do it your way.
I’ve contacted wordpress.
I’ve contacted google.
And I’ve contacted my attorney.

No, not WordPress! Don’t throw Mo’Kelly in the WordPress Briar patch! Please don’t sick Google on Mo’Kelly, no not that! As for an attorney, if you wish to waste your Friday night bowling league money on a retainer to fight some links on Mo’Kelly’s website…knock yourself out. Personally you should be spending more time preparing to teach ALL FOUR of your 7th graders how to diagram sentences so they don’t end up in The Mo’Kelly Report later in life like “Illinois Goforth.”

"Wow...look at her go..."

Being belligerent is not “trying to get one’s cooperation.” Being belligerent is “trying” to get yourself teed up in The Mo’Kelly Report.

(Mo’Kelly pulls out his favorite driver…)

FORE!

As long as you needed something from Mo’Kelly, you should’ve checked yourself before you sat down at your keyboard. You “run” FOUR 7th graders in East Bumblef$%#. You don’t “run” anything here, you are fodder for jokes and laughs.

Know your place.

For your efforts “Illinois Goforth,” your “real” identity will now be known far and wide and this clowning will live on in perpetuity. Your name will ascend to heights only seen by the likes of El DeBarge, Wesley Snipes and Barbara McKinzie.

There’s your retraction Sherri Goforth. Nobody will EVER again mistake your photo for someone of importance or newsworthiness. Nobody will ever, ever again mistake you for the more attractive GOP staffer.  Everybody now knows that the picture originally posted by Mo’Kelly isn’t even close to what you look like now…thanks to the updated and “flattering” picture. This post will forever serve as a reminder to disabuse any and all of that notion. Hope this “retraction” was as good for you as it was for Mo’Kelly.

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