How did this story miss the board?
another story (talks about legal action):Akon, a self confessed Muslim who practices polygamy and has 3 wives (read article), shocked an audience and a 14-year-old girl in Trinidad, when Akon brought the girl onstage and dry humped her while also pushing her around the stage. Richard Gere’s forced kiss in India is G rated compared to Akon’s obscenity.
Akon told the audience that he was holding a "contest" with the winner getting a trip to Africa. He said that although they had held the contest in London, and Atlanta, that Trinidad’s contest would be his favorite. Akon managed to get seven girls onstage, and to compete they had to dance like whores. The winner had to compete with Akon, and one got molested by him.
Don Imus defended his own sexist comments by saying that black rappers and hip hop artists demean women, and make sexist comments much worse than his "nappy headed ho" comment. Now Akon goes and proves Imus was right, and like R. Kelly, Akon was humping on an underage teenage girl.
Adding insult to the injury, Akon announced the contest was a fake.
Should rappers and hip hop artists make their music, and behavior less shocking and more appropriate?
Gwen Stefani said recently she would be taking Akon on tour with her. After seeing this video, should Gwen reconsider?
Another story (talks about her being a pastor's daughter )April 21, 2007. A few days ago MediaTakeOut.com showed you videotaped footage of Akon dancing very suggestively with a 14 year old Trinidadian girl named Deena (see footage below). Yesterday Deena's father, the esteemed Pastor Dave Alleyne of Trinidad, came forward to denounce Akon's behavior. According to the Pastor, his innocent daughter was "taken advantage of" by the African hip hop star.
But today, MediaTakeOut.com exclusively got a hold of some pics of Deena that suggest that she may not have been as innocent as Paster Alleyne is claiming. In the below pics, Deena is shown willingly participating in the "grind session" with Akon. And in a few of the pics, the young lady doesn't appear to be wearing any clothes.
But if you think these pics will put an end to this story, you'd be wrong. MediaTakeOut.com was able to speak to a law enforcement official in Port Of Spain, Trinidad who claims that they are exploring whether to press criminal charges against Akon. According to our source, "What Akon did has caused such an uproar [in Trinidad], that we may be forced to file charges."
There are pictures and video floating around but I feel it would be in bad taste to poste them or links hereA humble Danah Alleyne, 15, yesterday publicly asked her parents, brother and sisters for forgiveness for attending the Akon concert at Club Zen two weeks ago where she engaged in a sexually explicit dance with the hip hop singer.
Danah, daughter of Pastor Dave Alleyne, of the Flaming Word Ministry in Chaguanas, described her ordeal as shocking and humiliating. She insists she and other girls were deceived into entering a dance competition in which the first place winner would receive a trip to Africa. Danah said she won the competition but her “trip” to Africa turned into a simulated sex dance.
“I was shocked when Akon pulled me to dance. I did not know what to do and with the crowd cheering and stuff I guess I got a little carried away but there was nothing I could have done about it. I was in a state of real shock,” Danah said.
“I am so sorry about everything and I am sorry for disappointing my parents and my brother Ian, who is a public figure in his portfolio as the president of the Trinidad and Tobago Crime Watch. I will learn from this experience for sure. This week was the worst week of my life,” she added. She was interviewed at the Crime Watch office in Chaguanas.
Danah said she accepted the criticisms that have come her way. “I deserve the criticisms but now, it is kind of overbearing and I really want it to stop. I feel so depressed sometimes that I feel like passing out. I cry all the time just thinking about the whole situation,” Danah said.
Danah said two days before the concert, a friend sponsored her a $450 VIP ticket. She said her parents, who were not present at the interview, knew she was going.
When asked if the club had requested ID from her to enter the venue, Danah replied, “Yes but I told them I did not have any but they still allowed me in seeing that I had a VIP ticket. I have been there several times without ID and they always let me in.” Asked about the revealing outfit she wore, Danah described it as “club clothes.”
Ian, on behalf of their parents, apologised to society.
However, he said he hoped that all parties involved directly and indirectly would learn from the incident. Ian also called on parents and older brothers and sisters to watch out for the welfare of young people.
“We are so busy doing our own thing, seeing about our business, the nation’s business and other people’s business that we forget about the people in our household.
“We need to focus more on the family and not let our children go astray. My family surely has learned from this unfortunate situation,” Ian said.
Danah is expected to leave the country soon on a vacation where she intends to take stock of her life.
“This kind of party life really not worth it because things happen. However, I intend to focus more on my education and career. I want to encourage other youths to be positively focused in life,” Danah said.