#WCW // Serena "SLAYRENA" Williams

     
  
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  Last weekend social media, sports bulletins and everything else where you can find out about anything trending was roaring with the news of Serena Williams win at the 2015 Wimbledon. The news of her win caused quite a stir and many issues had risen like racism, sexism & misogyny.    Like every win one would make in life there are always people who are sitting on the sidelines with so much to chirp about, always pointing out the negative shit!! And the sad truth is, you can never please everyone, because people will always have something to say.   For Serena Williams who has been a target since the last decade of her tennis career well the most part of it, together with her sister Venus. Has been described as a “gorilla”,  “manly” and “savage”. This isn’t just an attack on her body but on her beautiful black body, says @blackvoices. This kind of disrespect hurled at the Williams has been focused on her body, despite her athletic prowess.    It is no surprise that yet again that this would spark an going debates on social media and everyone has something to say. Some defending "Slayrena" as been called on twitter and some talking trash. It is women like Serena who cannot stress the fact enough, that sometimes what people say just doesn't mean shit neither will it change the price of bread. But you should just Ray Charles and be about your life the way makes you happy. 

 

Last weekend social media, sports bulletins and everything else where you can find out about anything trending was roaring with the news of Serena Williams win at the 2015 Wimbledon. The news of her win caused quite a stir and many issues had risen like racism, sexism & misogyny. 

Like every win one would make in life there are always people who are sitting on the sidelines with so much to chirp about, always pointing out the negative shit!! And the sad truth is, you can never please everyone, because people will always have something to say. 

For Serena Williams who has been a target since the last decade of her tennis career well the most part of it, together with her sister Venus. Has been described as a “gorilla”,  “manly” and “savage”. This isn’t just an attack on her body but on her beautiful black body, says @blackvoices. This kind of disrespect hurled at the Williams has been focused on her body, despite her athletic prowess.  

It is no surprise that yet again that this would spark an going debates on social media and everyone has something to say. Some defending "Slayrena" as been called on twitter and some talking trash. It is women like Serena who cannot stress the fact enough, that sometimes what people say just doesn't mean shit neither will it change the price of bread. But you should just Ray Charles and be about your life the way makes you happy.