To: Constitutions Grandchild
Remember the time he (uncomfortably) hosted SNL?
I didn't see it. I kind’ve remember hearing he would be hosting and probably made the decision not to watch it. I remember him as a young man, however. He was about the most handsome man to that point, I had ever seen. When I found out how much he hated white people, I was devastated. I couldn't imagine how Dr. King would have allowed him to remain so close to him. I watched all the old faces of the NAACP fade (and die) and the ilk of those who took their places. It was shocking. My father thought so highly of those of his age who were the leaders of the NAACP. When they spoke, we listened. I still shake my head over how someone so blessed with such beauty could be so twisted inside, as was Mr. Bond. As I said, my childhood was filled with people of color and I never knew any who were as vile as Mr. Shabazz, nor as twisted as Mr. Jealous. He appears to have been aptly named.
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