We Lost Her: Mary J. Blige Thinks Being “Polite” Will Keep Cops From Shooting Us, And She Sang About It [VIDEO]
Mary J. Blige out here doing the most again. In a promo clip for her new show The 411, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul and R&B sings a song about police brutality to Hillary Clinton.
Right when we got over her singing about Burger King chicken strips. Right when we thought she was going to deliver her most fire album in years after her divorce gets finalized, Mary done let us down again.
In a short clip for her new show The 411, Mary gives us a sneak peak at an “intimate conversation” that she is set to have with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Here, we have Mary singing nonsense again. She opens her sonnet with, “If an officer stops you, always be polite” and goes on to advise that we “promise Mama” to keep our hands in the car and not run away from the cops because we can all get shot just for having “American skin.” After her song, she asks Clinton “where do we go from here?” As if she has the answers.
Peep how Clinton looks at her with the same “I can’t believe she’s actually doing this” face that we have.
Have we lost Mary for good this time y’all?
The 411 debuts on September 30 on Apple Music.