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Jacque Reid talks to entertainment reporter, Todd Stereo Williams about the the claims of misogyny and sexism left out of the film Straight Out Of Compton.

“I was disappointed in the fact that the D.D. Barnes incident was completely ignored,” Williams said.

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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6 thoughts on “Did ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Leave Out Misogyny & Sexism?

  1. Timekeeeper on said:

    If this movie had bombed at the box office, this would not even be a topic of discussion. Now that it is an overwhelming success some would like to find fault ( which we always seem to want to do) with anything that does well.

  2. g White on said:

    Jacque Reids comments this morning about Straight out of Compton illustrated her misguided attempt to gain the spotlight. If she did her research she would know that over 3 hours of material was left on the cutting room floor. . Trying to hold Dre and Cube accountable for the actions of activities in which all parties were willing participants is a fraud. Also, if she is so concern about ‘misogyny why isn’t she on the front lines talking to young ladies about being mistreated everyday. Grow up Jackie and gain some creditability by doing some real work rather than trying to swear others. No that’s real black on black crime.

  3. t. courtney on said:

    I am personally very proud of what Ice Cube and Dre did as black men. Why is there even a conversation about what they left out? These are now grown family men now. What they did was ahead of their time, and the talent as well. The fifth highest grossing film ever to start. Be proud of them

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