A six-minute profanity-laced attack on black thuggery has gone viral and had nearly 3 million views in only one day.
African-American mom Peggy Hubbard, who lives near St. Louis and is married with several children, slammed ‘Black Lives Matter’ protesters and rioters for tearing up communities by torching buildings and cars after police shot 18-year-old Mansur Ball-Bey, who reportedly pointed a handgun at officers while he was fleeing a crack house in St. Louis, on Wednesday.
You’re hollering that black lives matter bullsh**? It don’t matter. You’re killing each other.
Last night, who do you think they protested for? The thug. The criminal, because they’re hollerin’ ‘police brutality.’ Are you f*****g kidding me? Police brutality? How about black brutality? You black people—my black people—you are f*****g the most violent motherf*****s I have met in my life.
Hubbard is also reacting to the rioters for ignoring the issue of black on black violence that led to the fatal shooting of a 9-year-old girl in Ferguson who died in a drive-by shooting as she did her homework in her own home, a murder that protesters aren’t taking to the streets about.
According to Fox News, “Jamyla Bolden was killed doing homework on her mom’s bed and her mother was also wounded when someone began firing into their Ferguson home around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night.”
“A little girl is dead. You say black lives matter? Her life mattered… Yet you trifling motherf*****s are out there tearing up the neighborhood I grew up in,” Hubbard said.
“They went to execute a warrant for an arrest for a very very bad guy, when they came to get him, instead of going peacefully, having his day in court, he decides to pull out another stolen gun, shoot at the police, police shot back, and he was killed,” explained Hubbard.
Hubbard’s son is serving jail time, and she has no sympathy for the turn he took in his life.
“I told my children. If you f*** up, if you go to jail, I’m not getting you out. You will stay there. You will do the time. I’m not puttin’ nothin’ on your books, comin’ to visit you. I ain’t sending you magazines. I ain’t doing s*** for you because I did everything for you out here and you chose to go in there. F*** you. I’m from the Madea school of justice.”
Madea is a reference to the iconic character created by top-ranking director Tyler Perry.
Hubbard then defended the police.
“You’re yelling, ‘F*** the police?’ F*** you. You’re shootin’ at the police. Police drops your a**. Oh, poor so-and-so. He died due to police brutality. 127 homocides later ya’ll want to holler ‘police brutality.’ Black people. You’re a f*****g joke. You’re tearing up communities over thugs and criminals.
You think the police are out here for fun? You think they’re out here for games. They’re not going to tuck you in. They’re not going to give you a cookie and sing you a lullaby. No, they’re going to put a cap in your a**,” she added. “You shoot at them, they’re gonna shoot at you… their job is to serve and protect, not serve and die.”