It happens all the time. The new kid in school gets picked on and bullied and then that kid becomes an upperclassman. Since he or she spent so many years getting tripped while walking down halls, getting their books knocked out of their hands or having their lunches taken, they feel the need to return the favor to some unsuspecting underclassman who is not going to stand up for themselves. This doesn’t just happen involuntarily but voluntarily as well. Look at fraternities and sororities. When people pledge, go on line or whatever it’s called, they do so knowing the person responsible for making the decision whether they do or don’t join this elite group has it out for them. Why not, they got hazed so why shouldn’t you or in the bullies case, they were bullied so what makes you special.
*Note* Greeks stop tripping, all of you don’t haze but I’m not stupid either.
Kanye West robbing Taylor Swift of her moment on the VMA’s is nothing more than the bullied returning the favor and bullying someone else. If people remember correctly, Kanye had to prove himself to Jay-Z and the crew before getting his Roc-a-fella chain. Unlike some other artists who probably grew up in Jay-Z’s hood, Kanye probably gave out free beats and spent long hours in studios only to receive a pat on the back. All he ever wanted was to be popular…..one of the “cool kids” . His day eventually came but I’m sure it was filled with a lot of ass kissing and anything else negative that’s associated with being bullied. When he first started there was not only Jay-Z but Damon Dash too so I can only imagine what type of BS they put him through. Now add his early experiences with the “cool kids“, the fact that his mom is no longer living and him being romantically involved with (the Black Bridgette Neilson), Amber Rose and you would probably do some things that many may consider out of order too. Fast forward a couple of years and Kanye has finally arrived (at least in his eyes) and the only way he feels that he can assert his power is by completely disrespecting a young country singer. This is the only way he feels he can make up for the way the “cool kids” a.k.a. his friends treated him when he was an underclassman. In his eyes he did nothing wrong because what goes around comes around. Don’t blame Kanye for repeating the way he was treated, blame Jay-Z and Damon Dash because they started this mess.