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The same giddy women who helped catapult YouTuber Kevin Samuels to stardom now want him gone from the Internet.

Samuels - a self-described relationship expert - made a name for himself by making degrading comments about Black women.

Now his critics want him gone for galvanizing "men of all races and nationalities in the outspoken hatred of women."

Over 12,000 people signed a petition on Change.org calling for Samuels' removal from social media platforms.

The petition claims Samuels' rhetoric has inspired men to commit "Acts of violence, sexually predatory behavior and even death" against women.

"Women feel unsafe in the presence of men who identify with his ideology and have even been berated while going about their daily lives, (yes, even while at work), with criticisms that have been spoken directly from Mr. Samuels’ mouth. The very words that were spoken on social media platforms have permeated every facet of daily life for unsuspecting women."

 

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Tariq Nasheed went off on Youtube vlogger Jeremy Hambly on his Twitter page last night. In a series of tweets, Tariq accused Jeremy of being a "white supremacist" and a "racist".

I have never heard of Jeremy Hambly until yesterday, when I wrote my post titled "Over $41,000 raised for Holiday Inn employee who was harassed by Black customer."

For some reason, Tariq decided to attack your auntie in a blistering post on FBAtimes.com, in which he refers to me as a "non-FBA blogger" who aligns myself with "suspected white supremacists."

I am a non-assuming middle aged blogger who never goes out of my way to insult or degrade Black bloggers. You would have to search way back in my archives to find a negative post about another Black blogger.

I am hurt and dismayed that Tariq chose to attack me in this manner rather than email me to discuss any issue that he may have had with me.

Below is an excerpt from his article:

"Non-FBA gossip blogger who goes by the name Sandra Rose, has featured a story on her site SandraRose.com where she is promoting a Gofundme page and YouTube channel created by a suspected white supremacist named Jeremy Hambly who also goes by The Quartering.

Sandra Rose has a history of writing articles that denigrate Foundational Black American celebrities. Many people online has had issues with the weird articles from Sandra Rose’s website, where she mocked Jay-z and Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy’s hair"

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