Stephanie Mills Feels “Joy” Over Viral Riverboat Brawl, Offers Help To Blacks Involved
There comes a time where everyone’s breaking point gets tipped, after being tried one too many times on the wrong day by somebody…or in this case, somebodies. That day came recently for a group of Black samaritans who were just trying to enjoy their riverboat ride in Montgomery, AL. Matter of fact, that was also the day that a group of White dudes learned first-hand what it means to become the poster children for the phrase, “Mess around ‘n find out.”
Welp…fast forward to hours later…and legendary songstress, Stephanie Mills, has more than a few things to get off her chest about the riverboat-beatdown that has since gone viral. And as usual, Ms. “I Feel Good” did not bite her tongue one bit.
Quick Recap Of Riverboat Beatdown
In case y’all missed it, a video went viral this past weekend, showing four White males attacking a Black security guard on a dock in Montgomery, AL, simply because the guard reportedly told them they needed to move their pontoon boat out of the way, because it was already pre-designated for the awaiting riverboat to dock in that space.
Long story short…the White crew jumped the Black security guard in what started out as a 4-on-1 brawl, quickly ballooning into an epic larger brawl. That’s when the White dudes — who thought they’d outnumbered the single Black security guard — soon learned a lesson in (in my Queen Latifah voice) “U-N-I-T-Y…U-N-I-T-Y that’s for UNITY!” Said lesson was taught by the prompt and precise gathering of Black folk – who saw the men beating the security guard – and therefore commenced to running, skipping, and even swimming off the boat toward the dock to come to the security guard’s defense, delivering major blows to the White aggressors in the pontoon boat.