Nicki Minaj: Taxpayers paid to see murderer walk free; Tweets question to @BarackObama

After criticizing tax dollars being used to pay for a trial that found George Zimmerman not guilty, Minaj then tweeted the following question to the @BarackObama Twitter account that is managed by Organizing for Action:

Lauryn Hill is currently serving a prison sentence for tax evasion.

  • http://www.amazon.com/Devon-Dibley-His-Golden-Key/dp/1484181557/ M F Scotto

    Yes, we’re “allowed” to ignore 911 operators, fascist.

    • beefrank

      Just as we can ignore 411 operators. They are just operators, not the police as the media and prosecutors have hinted.

    • John

      I’m good friends with a police dispatcher. They can’t order you to do squat. Only an actual police officer can do that.

      • Swoltz

        Only if you’re committing a crime, can police officers ORDER you to do anything! If you are doing NOTHING wrong, they can’t constitutionally order you to do ONE damn thing!

  • http://www.facebook.com/no.guff NoGuff

    Hmmm…. where was her outrage when O.J. Simpson walked free after murdering two innocent people?

    • beefrank

      And Casey Anthony?

    • Micah

      She wasn’t famous yet……she wasn’t even out of high school when OJ happened……

      • http://www.facebook.com/no.guff NoGuff

        That was rhetorical.

    • Damien Johnson

      she would’ve been a kid then when that happened.

      • http://www.facebook.com/no.guff NoGuff

        That was rhetorical, Damien.

        • Damien Johnson

          ok then, I didn’t understand that.

    • Thatone

      UM…She was in 6th grade that’s where she was duh! Nobody in this generation give a damn about O.J Simpson

  • Rufus_Cornpone

    Nikki Sixx?

    • TheOriginalDonald

      Don’t get Motley CrUe involved in this!

  • https://twitter.com/Captain_Cy_kun Cy

    It’s funny how many people talking about this case either didn’t watch any of it or didn’t pay any attention to what was going on. At least we now know what Nicki’s “deep, social commentary after her career dies” album is gonna be about.

    • beefrank

      They did the same thing on election day when voting for Obama without paying any attention to what he said or his positions.

  • tjp77

    We are indeed allowed to disregard 911 operators. We always have been.

  • tony30088

    It’s stupid people like her that is the cause of thousands of black children, not just Trayvon, that die every year while she make big bank from their deaths. Parents, control your child or you will bury them. Yes, it is just that simple.

    • Micah

      How did SHE cause the death of thousands of black children????? Has she shot any?

  • mike

    She thought Zimmerman was guilty, and Lazaro could sing. Wrong both times.

    • Micah

      Actually she was the only judge to tell him he couldn’t but……

  • LinTaylor

    Yes, an innocent little boy who was high on marijuana, called a man by a racial slur, then jumped him, pinned him to the ground, and tried to pound his face into pudding. Right, Nicki.

    • rbc

      And yet none of that justifies the kid being killed. People can assassinate Martin’s character all they want by calling him a thug and whatever, but the fact is, he never would have done anything to Zimmerman if Zimmerman hadn’t followed him. I truly don’t know why people can’t see that.

      • John Rebori

        And someone following you justifies you jumping them and beating their head against the sidewalk?

        • rbc

          All I’m doing is assigning blame to Zimmerman since it seems there are people who have no interest in doing that. It’s like some people believe he did absolutely nothing wrong. He went against the advice of a 9-1-1 dispatcher to follow a kid who ultimately wasn’t doing anything wrong and when the kid made an immature decision to attack him for it, he killed him. It should have never escalated that far and it wouldn’t have if Zimmerman had just backed off. Zimmerman was the adult. Martin was the child. Who do you really expect to make the smarter decision?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Who do you really expect to make the smarter decision?”

            T. Martin’s parents.

          • Republicanvet

            Why didn’t tray-tray back off? Martin was not a child as much as you leftist nitwits want to make him out to be. Look at the evidence suppressed by the prosecution. I will ask you like I asked other leftists, since the child-like thug attacked GZ, how can you be so sure he would have stopped before serious injury or death occurred?

          • rbc

            Dude, I’m not even a liberal. Have some freaking compassion. You’re dragging a boy’s character through the mud when he isn’t even alive to defend himself. He obviously made a really stupid decision and paid the ultimate price. But have a freaking heart and stop making this so damn political.

          • Evette

            RBC, I agree with you. I consider myself a Tea Party patriot but I’m not colorblind. GZ created this situation that resulted in an innocent kid being killed.

          • Evette

            He was a child and GZ the adult. Why was GZ so bent on following him? because he had a gun and felt macho. Would you go the extent GZ went to follow someone at night where you could find yourself in danger? or let the cops handle it? No matter TM background he was still a kid who went out for candy and a drink and he’s dead because of no good reason. GZ created this situation. And no I’m not a liberal. I’m a very conservative mother of three who blames GZ.

          • Ronald Green

            Zimmerman was backing off. He was returning to his vehicle when Martin initiated the confrontation that ultimately cost him his life. Would you have let Martin bash your head into the pavement until your were dead or unconscious, or would you have shot him to stop him from killing you? Why is that so hard for you to grasp?

          • rbc

            It doesn’t matter that he was returning to his vehicle. He got out of his car and went after him. You have to be pretty freaking stupid to follow someone and NOT realize that you could end up in a fight. And if you’re truly that stupid, you probably have no business being a neighborhood watchman, let alone someone who’s carrying a gun.

            In the moment of the attack, I can’t say for sure what I would have done. I imagine I would have tried my best if I was really getting pummeled to call for mercy and beg him to stop. I suppose if he didn’t stop, I might have felt I had no choice and went for the gun. But even then, I have a hard time believing I’d shoot him in the chest knowing that would most likely kill him. There’s plenty of other places he could have shot him to stop the attack without killing him.

          • http://shaynroby.blogspot.com/ Shayn Roby

            Ronald…..if you don’t follow someone, what’s the use of having a watchman? DUH.

          • Ronald Green

            I feel for ya, because in a similar situation, you’d become another unsolved murder victim. As to where he was shot, in the heat of the moment you’re not thinking “Can I shoot to wound him?” you are reacting and you better react very fast or again, you end up another unsolved murder victim. I guess the only out come in this that would make you happy is if Martin had killed Zimmerman. But then we never would have heard about a “white” guy being murdered by a black guy, the lame stream media would have ignored it.

          • rbc

            I would have never been murdered because I would never have been so stupid to go after him after I was CLEAR with the dispatcher how afraid of him I was. I just got done telling the dispatcher he approached my vehicle. I just got done telling the dispatcher I didn’t even want to reveal my address for fear of Trayvon still lurking around. So why in the hell would I get OUT OF MY TRUCK and go looking for him? I should want nothing to do with a kid like that who I’m so terrified of. Unless I realize that I have a gun and I can just shoot him if there’s an attack. But in your world it’s a good thing Trayvon is dead. You just think he’s a bigoted thug and people like him don’t even deserve to be alive. Right? People like him have no chance in life, there’s no hope for them to become better people, so they get what they deserve when they get killed. Right?

            I’m curious, can you even admit that Zimmerman is an idiot for how he handled the situation? I can admit he shouldn’t be jailed. Can you admit he was an idiot?

          • Ronald Green

            Trayvon was headed down a road to nowhere, sad but true. His mother didn’t want him, his father didn’t want him. He’d been kicked out of three schools. He was into the thug life and getting in deeper. He really didn’t have much of a chance. Am I happy that he’s dead? Only a liberal like you would even think that. In ‘my world’, your choices have consequences. The truth is, neither one of them made a lot of good choices that night but the difference between the two… Zimmerman, was trying to look out for his neighbors and Martin just went out looking for trouble. Between the two, I’d rather have Zimmerman than Martin.

          • rbc

            Haha. It’s really a joke if you don’t think Zimmerman was looking for trouble. The 911 call proves that he was. Let me repeat. He had just got done expressing concern to the dispatcher that he had approached his vehicle and was checking him out. He had just got done expressing concern to the dispatcher about revealing his home address because he didn’t know where the kid was. I don’t need to prove he was concerned about the kid, he proved it on the 911 call with what he was saying. So why is someone THAT concerned getting OUT OF HIS TRUCK and following the kid? Could it be because he felt he had the equalizer? If something happened, he knew he had a gun to take the kid out? That’s the ONLY logical conclusion one can come to because nothing else makes sense. Nothing else explains why he would get out of his truck and follow someone who he’s concerned about being up to nothing but no good. And you really don’t have anything to say about that except, “Well, he was just looking out for his neighbors.” Well, isn’t that a lovely precedent. If you notice someone you don’t recognize and assume he’s up to no good, just go start a confrontation with him and kill him if you have to. All in the name of looking out for your neighbors.

          • Ronald Green

            Well, obviously the only thing that makes sense to you is your own opinion of things and your own bloated pomposity. And I guess you missed the part where Martin initiated the confrontation when he could have stayed in the house and called the police on Zimmerman. But do go on with your Trayvon worship.

          • Ronald Green

            Well, obviously the only thing that makes sense to you is your own opinion of things and your own bloated pomposity. And I guess you missed the part where Martin initiated the confrontation when he could have stayed in the house and called the police on Zimmerman. But do go on with your Trayvon worship.

          • Evette

            If GZ didn’t have a gun, he wouldn’t have followed him in the first place and TM would be alive.

          • Ronald Green

            Zimmerman was backing off. He was returning to his vehicle when Martin initiated the confrontation that ultimately cost him his life. Would you have let Martin bash your head into the pavement until your were dead or unconscious, or would you have shot him to stop him from killing you? Why is that so hard for you to grasp?

          • Michelle

            Zimmerman did back off. Have you listened to the 911 tape? It clearly indicates Zimmerman stopped pursuing Martin.

          • Michelle

            Zimmerman did back off. Have you listened to the 911 tape? It clearly indicates Zimmerman stopped pursuing Martin.

          • John Rebori

            I expect a 17 year old to not attack a man who simply was walking in his direction. Or do you think at that age he isn’t capable of making that judgement call? remember, it was Martin who initiated both the confrontation and the physical action.

          • Evette

            I totally agree. I have always told my kids to fight for their lives if someone was after them or trying to kidnap them. Most abductors/offenders are white men. What do you think was going through Trayvon’s mind when he saw Zimmerman following him for no reason? Trayvon is dead because Zimmerman wouldn’t let the cops handle it. He had no business following him let alone with a gun.

        • rbc

          All I’m doing is assigning blame to Zimmerman since it seems there are people who have no interest in doing that. It’s like some people believe he did absolutely nothing wrong. He went against the advice of a 9-1-1 dispatcher to follow a kid who ultimately wasn’t doing anything wrong and when the kid made an immature decision to attack him for it, he killed him. It should have never escalated that far and it wouldn’t have if Zimmerman had just backed off. Zimmerman was the adult. Martin was the child. Who do you really expect to make the smarter decision?

        • Damien Johnson

          If they’re close behind or they strike you first, yes. But there’s just so many conflicting stories. Some say he was behind Trayvon, others say Zimmerman left and was jumped. Fact is, for the sake of argument if Zimmerman is guilty, the prosecution failed to prove so and in the end its the evidence that matters.

      • LinTaylor

        When did I say anything about justification? All I did was respond to the false assertion the media’s been feeding us since Day One that a horrible, wicked Klansman deliberately hunted down a cherubic pre-teen black boy for sport, as opposed to a neighborhood watch officer getting attacked and using his gun in self-defense. That Trayvon Martin died is a tragedy, but as a wise man once said, “an eye for an eye leaves everyone blind”.

        • rbc

          But when you say the neighborhood watch officer was attacked and used his gun in self-defense, you neglect to say that he was only attacked because he went after the boy when he was advised not to. So you’re really no better than the media. The media has an agenda and so do you.

          • Michelle

            And when he was advised to stop following Martin, he did exactly that. It was Martin who then went looking for a fight and he got one.

          • rbc

            Stop it, Michelle. Zimmerman was looking for a confrontation when he got out of his car. I don’t know how blind you have to be if you can’t understand that. That’s not justifying Martin in attacking him, but come on. Use some common sense. If you get out of your car to follow someone and you don’t realize it could escalate into a fight, you’re a freaking moron.

          • Michelle

            I am using common sense and I’m OK with you thinking I’m not just because I don’t agree with you. Tell me, does a person looking for a confrontation usually call 911 at the same time? Common sense, indeed. Do you always call folks a “moron” when they don’t agree with you? Fascinating.

          • rbc

            I wasn’t calling you a moron. I was saying Zimmerman was a moron if he actually got out of his car not thinking a fight could ensue. There’s only two possibilities here. A) Zimmerman was a moron because he actually thought he could tail this kid without it escalating into a fight or B) Zimmerman was looking for a confrontation. Which is it? Take your pick. Either way, he had no business being a neighborhood watchman.

          • love2rumba

            You have no common sense.

          • John Rebori

            Why do you assume a simple request about who you are in a gated community would end in violence?

          • rbc

            Um… maybe because he was so scared about Martin being a thug that he didn’t want to even give the dispatcher his home address.

            Maybe because he was so scared about Martin being a thug that he called 911 in the first place and said the kid was up to no good.

            Maybe because he said to the dispatcher people like Martin always get away.

            Maybe because in his 15-minute re-enactment of what transpired he said Martin was circling his car. Sort of an intimidating gesture, wouldn’t you say? The kid is clearly sending him a message. Leave him the hell alone. But Zimmerman couldn’t do that, could he? He still had to go looking for him.

            He made no secret that he was terrified of the kid. But he went after him anyway. Come on. Don’t be so dense. He should have had every expectation based on his fears of what kind of kid Martin was that following him would not end well. So either he was a moron who couldn’t put 2 and 2 together, or he knew what he was getting into and wanted a confrontation. Those are the only two options. Pick one.

          • John Rebori

            I forget, who made the first illegal action? The guy who started punching or the guy who was walking back to his car?

            So in your world, the person who isn’t intimidated by the thug is the one responsible when the thug attacks?

            I pick the option where the guy walking back to his car is more innocent than the one who attacks him. But if you would rather side with the person you are admitting would attack someone without just cause, go right ahead.

          • RedSoloCup

            Don’t feed the troll.

          • John Rebori

            You are probably right to remind me of that, but I am sorta enjoying watching the twisting he has to do to avoid reality in this case.

          • Evette

            In Florida you can. Just use the Stand Your Ground defense

          • Michelle

            And when he was advised to stop following Martin, he did exactly that. It was Martin who then went looking for a fight and he got one.

          • http://shaynroby.blogspot.com/ Shayn Roby

            Who cares if he was advised not to? Barack Obama advises us to bend over and take his Affordable Care Act in the rear and I’m not going to do that. Neither should we listen to a dispatcher who tells us to do nothing while Trayvon breaks into another house. He DID get caught with 12 pieces of jewelry and a screwdriver in his book bag by Miami Dade Public School Police. That’s a fact you choose to ignore………..because libtards do that, ignore FACTS.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        “I truly don’t know why people can’t see that.”

        Because we’re not all clairvoyant like you.

      • Dustin Rumsey

        Yes, if you get your face pounded into the ground you can defend yourself.

      • Michelle

        I truly don’t know why people like you can’t see Zimmerman stopped following Martin when the dispatcher said, “We don’t need you to do that” and he stopped (clearly obvious from the 911 tape) and said, “OK.” He was returning to his vehicle when Martin (who was almost at his father’s girlfriend’s place) decided to be a bad ass, loop around and flank Zimmerman.

      • Michelle

        I truly don’t know why people like you can’t see Zimmerman stopped following Martin when the dispatcher said, “We don’t need you to do that” and he stopped (clearly obvious from the 911 tape) and said, “OK.” He was returning to his vehicle when Martin (who was almost at his father’s girlfriend’s place) decided to be a bad ass, loop around and flank Zimmerman.

      • http://shaynroby.blogspot.com/ Shayn Roby

        Trayvon never would have been staying with his dad had he not been kicked out of school in Miami Dade, where police DID FIND 12 pieces of jewelry and a screwdriver. Even if totally innocent in Sanford, the little burglar still got his. Isn’t it neat how life turns out sometimes?

        • SWforty

          karmas a bitch

      • SWforty

        On the other hand if Travon would have just gone home that he was a mere 50 feet from he would still be alive.

      • Wayne_

        Actually….any action that causes someone to fear for their own life is cause for self defense.

    • beefrank

      And in a gated community where recent crimes committed by unidentified black teens occurred. A real Mensa that Trayvon when he could have just walked straight home.

  • DoodyDoo

    idiots liberals…

  • $9898556

    Clearly this girl sees everything through the lens of race. Inherent racist and its really sad.

  • Erik Rush

    Nicki who?

    • objectivefactsmatter

      That’s what I didn’t want to know.

  • Billy De Cicco

    Nicki, please just go back to making Terrible Music…. it is the only thing you’re good at.

  • Maxx

    Little boy? What….they have recess at 9:30 pm?

  • Mr. Right

    What the hell does this birdbrain know anyway? The more immodest the celebrity is, the more liberal deranged they are.

  • PETE BATEMAN

    Zimmerman is not white he is Hispanic. look out Hispanics….lol

  • TheGrimCreeper

    That’s right, Nicki, but O.J. was finally found guilty of something 13 years later.

  • BucTroop

    You’re a tahrrd, Nikki

  • Micah

    I’m not sure what the outrage over these comments are. She is a celebrity so she isn’t allowed to have an opinion? If that’s what you think you are contradicting yourself.

    • Republicanvet

      She can have an opinion, but when it’s as stupid as what she presented, then she should expect to be called out on it.

    • MarcusFenix

      For some, its less “outrage” and just one of those “shake my head” moments when someone opens their mouth and says something incredibly stupid.

  • Micah

    I’m not sure what the outrage over these comments are. She is a celebrity so she isn’t allowed to have an opinion? If that’s what you think you are contradicting yourself.

  • AJ

    Obama can’t control what the Florida court does dumbass! That’s 7th grade civics!!!!!

    • Micah

      Actually you are the dumbass here because she never asked for him to do anything she just asked for his thoughts. 2nd grade grammar.

    • Micah

      Actually you are the dumbass here because she never asked for him to do anything she just asked for his thoughts. 2nd grade grammar.

  • AJ

    Obama can’t control what the Florida court does dumbass! That’s 7th grade civics!!!!!

  • greg

    And our taxes also paid for the race baiting rioter to be bussed to Sanford.

  • Debbie Nichols

    Nikki….He was not an innocent little boy. What innocent little boy posts pictures of himself with a gun, smoking weed, and being with underage girls. Zimmerman acted in self-defense against the “innocent little boy.” And Obama should have never opened his mouth and brought politics in to this situation. But he loves to stir the pot of racism.

    • Damien Johnson

      are we talking 15/16 underage (he was 17 after all) or 12/13 underage?

  • Republicanvet

    When is Nicki going to get gender reassignment surgery?

  • Guest

    Did anybody tell her the little boy picture they kept showing wasn’t the guy bashing heads into concrete that night?

  • DaCheezWhizKid

    If Nicki Minaj is like most other black entertainers then she doesn’t even pay her taxes.

  • Dustin Rumsey

    you’re no longer innocent when you assault someone….

  • Michelle

    Yes Onika, we actually are “allowed” to disregard 911 dispatchers, as they are not sworn personnel or law enforcement officers. But that technicality aside, Zimmerman actually did listen to the dispatcher and stopped following Martin. This part is pretty flippen clear on the tape: *heavy breathing can be heard from Zimmerman* Dispatcher: “Are you following him?” Zimmerman: “Yes” Dispatcher: “We don’t need you to do that.” Zimmerman: “OK” *heaving breathing stops*

  • Jeremy

    What a moron.

  • http://shaynroby.blogspot.com/ Shayn Roby

    Miami Dade Public School Police found 12 pieces of jewelry and a screwdriver in Trayvon’s book bag. Even if Trayvon wasn’t stealing anything the night that he got killed, Zimmerman still shot a burglar.

  • Viejachula1

    He was already out of the car when the dispatch officer said he didn’t have to do that… It was not illegal for him to step out of his car. But my question is that if TM was less than a minute from his day’s gf’s house, why didn’t he get there? Four minutes later he came around and assaulted GZ. Looks like TM wasn’t so scared, as they make it sound. Most of you haters didn’t even listen to the testimony, and are just accepting what you hear from the media as the truth, and like the rest of the bunch, spewing “Hate Speech” and making terroristic threats. And you wonder why someone got shot!

  • Jason Stem

    Lauryn Hill actually BROKE the LAW, GZ just defended himself.