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Florida Hair Hatted Hooligan’s Weave Stopped A Bullet From Hitting Her In The Head! #IShitUNot (Video)

Florida Hair Hatted Hooligan’s Weave Stopped A Bullet From Hitting Her In The Head! #IShitUNot (Video)

by April 24, 2015 7 comments

Last Nite A Hair Hat Saved My Life!!!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Dey Shuin Dey Shuin!  Lol This is why black people will never progress!

Black people have been in the US for over 400 year and have yet to master this simple language called ENGLISH!

And in a state where they may speak some of the worst English of all, we have a story about a woman who says that weave, yes weave saved her life while she was being shot at by thugs!  Dont believe me?  Take a look.

I really have no idea what to say after this but this must be what they mean by a protective hair   The story seems like it is absolutely untrue until you find out that damn it man its absolutely true and the people involved with this are not actors but they are real people who really speak and act like this.  This neighborhood is full of hoodrats and hoodwolves just like the ones you see featured and these neighborhood are just as dangerous as you see on any movie!

They are filled with black women who are raising these violent kids yet everyone is afraid to say something about it for fear of being attacked and or killed.  I had my Instagram deleted yesterday by the black b*tches from Shreveport yet these same b*tches cant get together to stop violence in their neighborhoods.. does no one find that odd?

I have no remorse for hood whores and I actually like it when the violence comes back to them because they are the ones who are doing this to the black community, they are the sponsored terrorist who skynet is paying to do what they are doing which is set up another cyberdine systems in a hood near you to pump out bastard kids!

Woman shot in Grand Park ‘blessed to be alive’

Expert: Residents of high-crime area afraid to speak to police about crimes

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. –Police are searching for a gunman after three people were shot in the Grand Park neighborhood late Sunday night.The shootings happened just after 10 p.m. near West 25th Street and Spires Avenue.One of the victims, 24-year-old Lanay Davis, is recovering in the hospital and told News4Jax on Monday that she’s doing OK.

Davis, a mother of two, said she was walking down the street when bullets came out of nowhere.

“Whoever it was, they just came up and went to shooting. Everybody scattered,” Davis said.

Her friend, 16-year-old Charles McBride, was also shot, along with a man she said she doesn’t know: 39-year-old Jermaine Jackson.

McBride and Davis were taken to the hospital in serious condition.

“I thought I was gonna die,” Davis said. “I was really scared for my life.”

David Stephens, who has children with Davis, said he was stunned when he heard of the shooting.

“It’s shocking news to find that your children’s mom got shot and you got to be stuck with your kids and hoping that she lives,” Stephens said.

So far this year, there’s been one murder, 18 burglaries and one robbery in the Grand Park area, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office crime map.

News4Jax crime and safety analyst Gil Smith said one of the issues with crime in Grand Park is that people are afraid of “snitching” — or speaking to police.

“It’s deep. It’s a very deep fear, because they believe that they’re going to be found out,” Smith said.

Smith said the next sheriff will have to make sure people are comfortable speaking to police and will have to put more officers on the streets — so some can build relationships with people in the area.

That way, people will feel comfortable talking about crime to officers, Smith said.

“To stop these type of crimes, people need to open up and communicate with police,” Smith said. “Sometimes these type of incidents happen because people who commit these crimes know — or they believe – people in the area will not talk to police.”

Meanwhile Davis said she’s glad the result of Sunday night’s violence wasn’t worse.

“I”m very thankful and blessed to be alive, because I could’ve died,” Davis said. “They told me last night when the bullet grazed my head, if it wasn’t for the weave I had on, that bullet would’ve hit me. I would’ve been dead.”

Anyone who has information about the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS. Callers can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.

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  1. Taintedlove1
    #1 Taintedlove1 24 April, 2015, 12:05

    I love the remix you did to the song, Tommy. I was laughing so hard. I can see this being an example for Black women to buy weave even more.

  2. marcusgarvey
    #2 marcusgarvey 24 April, 2015, 13:52

    Hair Helmet! LOL! Stuck with the kids! LOL!

  3. milesmiller316
    #3 milesmiller316 24 April, 2015, 19:48


  4. ceej313
    #4 ceej313 24 April, 2015, 23:14

    I was sitting there thinking, “if he doesn’t use ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life” in some form or another that I would be disappointed LOL!

  5. Skitzo
    #5 Skitzo 1 May, 2015, 10:17

    The new BT 1100 with upgraded head armor… hair hat 2.0 the hair helmet

  6. MsMowett
    #6 MsMowett 15 May, 2015, 05:12

    Woman need to think about who they jump in bed with but yet I blame the mother’s because they allow these young girls to have boyfriends to sleep over that’s why Black’s are leading in young pregnancy because where I’m from black girls have Sex to trap a man but white girls have sex for fun the government needs to stop wic, food stamps, section8, and low income living I bet then these boss bitches stop having babies or they go be homeless but I feel that if a woman needs that much help then damn let the daddy have the child because being 23 with five kids by four different men is just stupid and sad

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