Yo every time i see NASCAR or Days of Thunder I think of her. Tia Norfleet… at 24 years of age she is the 1st and only Black Woman to Earn and recieve a NASCAR racing License. I felt like it was appropriate to write this article about Tia not to support the reverse or hidden notion of being subserviant that comes along with being the “1st black” or the “Only Black” something which we (SanCopha League) don’t agree with or support, but to show the strength of a Young Beautiful Black Woman who overcame some odds and chose to be brave enough to take role that has to be filled on the road to “Progress” however small in racial inequality. Tia chases her Dreams in a historically Bias and racist sport like NASCAR where they have been constanly taken to trial for there racist rules and behavior when it comes to participants… I never heard growing up about any woman wanting to race cars let alone working hard to actually do it and compete at its highest level. So I was pleased when I read about her and find out she the daughter of a NASCAR driver Bobby Norfleet and was inspired to be the same… Tia inspires young children by axample teaching them to chase their dreams and not be afraid to be great… Tia’s Passion for the sport is huge clearly as she worked through many low level racing Associations proving herself as she defeated competition at every level or style of racing to get where she is at now…Tia also does communtity work to aid safe driving in many southern states as well… Tia Norfleet, a show of Black Excellence and Perserverance.
So let me get this right, if a woman releases a song calling men niggas she is in the wrong because most men and male rappers seem to take offense. Male rappers continue to degrade females by calling them hoes and sluts, but if a woman calls a man a nigga she’s considered a bitch. Try actually listening to all the lyrics before you close minded dumb fucks judge her.
“The repetition of the n-word is a play on how male rappers consistently and unapologetically refer to women in derogatory terms in order to prop themselves up. Nicki Minaj is no more offensive, aggressive or politically incorrect then her male competition. That is the point. It is offensive, risky and controversial but underneath she clearly has something to say and she is making sure we hear it.”
Amanda shares: Last week while in the grocery store, our 5 yr old daughter Macy, home from Ethiopia almost three years, grabbed the latest issue of “O” magazine off the rack and yells, “MOMMA, LOOK! THIS LADY HAS BIG HAIR JUST LIKE ME!”. Made me (and everyone else in line) giggle. Love that my girl is proud of her big, free hair!