Rape. Does the word send a chill down your spine? It’s cold. Hard. Rough. The worst part of rape is that it usually has nothing to do with sexual gratification; it relates more to power.
It hardly phases us when big, powerful politicians and the like are swept up into some kind of sex scandal. It’s almost as if we expect it. Elliot Spitzer, Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, Dominique Strauss-Kahn–it seems to be a trend.
The latest man of power to have the finger pointed at him isn’t a political big shot, he’s a rapper who recently released his debut album, Finally Famous. What an interesting album title because now that Big Sean is finally famous, it seems he’s ready for celebrity scandal right of passage.
Allegedly, Big Sean and Willie Hansboro were both accused of sexual misconduct from a female concert goer a few days ago. The two were charged with misdemeanor counts of forcible touching, unlawful imprisonment and sexual abuse and eventually released on $500 bail.
Where there are allegations, there are two sides to a story. Usually **read the rest of the article here**