Lauryn Hill Vehemently Defends Her Daughter's Viral Childhood Trauma Video

HipHop News Publicado en agosto 14, 2020 a 8:15

Lauryn Hill Vehemently Defends Her Daughter's Viral Childhood Trauma Video

In a rare moment of vulnerability, the ex-Fugee has taken a very private and personal matter to Facebook.

In a rare moment of vulnerability, Lauryn Hill has taken a very private and personal matter to Facebook. Not long after Selah Marley, Hill’s daughter with music royalty Rohan Marley, released an Instagram video detailing the trauma she endured growing up, the ex-Fugee is addressing Selah’s accusations in a lengthy post.

On Thursday (August 13), Hill eloquently defended her daughter’s right to process her childhood experience in whatever way she sees fit. She also explained why she felt the need to discipline her children in the way she did, which according to Selah was anything but gentle..centered-ad {

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“Uhhhh black people, what???” she began. “Selah has every right to express herself, I encourage it, but she also got the discipline that black children get because we are held to a different standard. The discipline was seen through the lens of a young child who also had no place to reconcile me as mom, and me as a larger than life public figure. It took me a while to realize that my children, and probably everyone who knew me saw me in this duality. To me, I am just me. If I am guilty of anything it is disciplining in anger, not in disciplining.

“The toxic venom I ingested for standing on principle, and confronting systemic racism far BEFORE it was the thing to say or do (everything you NOW celebrate everyone for!)–the people who called me CR

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