Macy Gray uses the N Word

Macy Gray uses the N Word

Macy Gray uses the N Word

“Macy Gray kicked off her month-long US tour last night by shocking her fans when she closed the concert with her emotional rendition of John Lennon’s ‘Woman is the Nigger of the World’,”  says Human Behavior & Relationship Expert and Celebrity Life Coach, Patrick Wanis.

Wanis, who attended the concert in Hollywood Florida was affected. “In our male-dominated society, the song rings true thirty-five years later. We are still threatened by women’s beauty, intelligence and freedom of expression, particularly her sexual expression:

“We make her paint her face and dance
If she won’t be slave, we say that she don’t love us…”  John Lennon

Music, media and fashion are geared primarily towards the pleasure of the man – not the woman e.g. Hip-hop music says that the woman who has numerous sexual partners is a “ho” –whore, but the man who conquers many women is to be idolized as powerful – a stud or pimp. It also promotes the concept that the female is designed to please, serve and satisfy the male. Wanis says despite the movements for female empowerment and freedom, many men still dump their wife or girlfriend for a younger woman:

“We make her bear and raise our children
And then we leave her flat for being a fat old mother hen” – John Lennon

“It is time for us to evolve to a level of genuine equality and freedom of self-expression whereby we no longer fear the potential of either gender but embrace it. In my new hypnosis CD “Enjoy Sex –…for Women, I promote to all women a focus on reprogramming the negative conditioning by men surrounding sex and the female body, to release guilt and begin to love yourself and your body.”

Originally from Australia, Patrick Wanis, is a Celebrity Life-Coach, Author and an Expert in Human Behavior and Relationships. He is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner and Clinical Hypnotherapist with a PhD in Health Psychology in 2007. Wanis is a regular contributor to FOX News. Wanis coaches and works with various celebrities. WGN Chicago and Syndicated TV show, “The Daily Buzz” anointed him “The Woman Expert” and FOX News pronounced him ”A voice for women.” Over four million people have read Wanis’ books in English and Spanish.

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    Jules I says:

    Here’s an article on Macy Gray. Her “Big” tour is worth seeing…

    With so many widely known celebs falling out of “corporate favor” these days, it’s only a matter of time before companies start looking for lesser known stars with better track records. The always edgy Macy Gray began 2007 at a concert in Barbados where she got in a bit of trouble for using profanity (which was part of the show), but she wasn’t aware that it was against the law in that country. She handled the situation with class, and gave a public apology that night to the fans and Barbados. March saw the release of Gray’s fourth studio album (sixth overall), entitled Big. Two singles, “Finally Made Me Happy” and “Shoo Be Doo”, have been released from the album. “What I Gotta Do”, another track from the album, is featured on the Shrek the Third soundtrack. It is largely considered as Gray’s comeback album, after a four-year hiatus since her last studio album. And let me tell you, “Big” hit Big with me. And Big also grabbed attention from a corporate sponsor. Mixed Chicks Corp., a haircare manufacturer, has jumped on-board The BIG tour bus. A Mixed Chicks representative said, “Macy’s unique style fits with our company image. She’s classy and anything but average.”

    Big has been critically acclaimed and seen as her best work yet. It features collaborations with Natalie Cole, Fergie, Justin Timberlake, and, who co-executive produced the album with Gray. Big is the second release from’s record label, Music Group, after Fergie’s The Dutchess.

    On 7 July, 2007 Gray performed at the Brazilian leg of Live Earth in Rio de Janeiro. Gray and her band members wore clothes with politically-motivated messages. In her dress, it was written “Darfur Red Alert”.

    Gray also recently opened up a music academy called The Macy Gray Music Academy and it was the scene of MTV’s Punk’d because of black mold in the building. Gray has been highly praised for her work with the academy and has given underprivileged children and teenagers the chance to perform.

    If you like great music live, The “BIG” Tour, presented by Mixed Chicks Haircare continues with these dates:

    Baltimore, MD – Lyric Opera House 14 – Washington, DC – Constitution Hall 15 – Atlantic City, NJ – The Music Box

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