Well there is always two sides to every story, so before we...

Jwag - December 14 2011, 1:03 PM

Well there is always two sides to every story, so before we blurt out alligations or accuse anyone we need to investigate it troughout.

Yes everyone does things wrong and when you are a Star your wrongs get publizied majorly.

He could have and he could have not who knows the real deal.

I like the guy because he stands for so much and he has done so much for our people.

But that doesn't mean that he couldn't do no wrong, even if he was my own brother if he was wrong he is wrong.

I would at least hear his side of the story and have his information checked out first.

Either way wether bad or good he has brought a good amount of attention to Haiti that would have not been there if he didn't do it. So I appreciate all the good that he has done and will continue to do in the future.

So lets capitalize on the good of the world and people instead of jumping on all the negativity of the world.

If there is something out there it will come out and there are people out there just waiting on something bad to happen to capitalize on it.

God bless us all
JWag
Lets get it

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