Sisters, this is not the first time this year we are hearing of teen girls acting out like gangsters, attacking grown folks. We want to encourage all black women whom are parents to teach your teenage daughters how to be ladies, so they will not be going out in public attacking people. Why is this becoming a popular thing now among our female youth? Possibly, they need to see more grown black women showing an example of what it is like to be a lady and respect people how they would want to be respected. There is too much friction among a lot of grown black women, and many of them are not raising their daughters to respect their elders, similar to their sons.
According to wgntv.com, four teenage girls were arrested for pistol whipping a 28-year-old woman whom attends University of Chicago, then the second victim was a man in his early 20's who was robbed by them. The young man gave up his brown bag with a laptop inside. A 14-year-old girl kept hitting the woman in the head with the pistol, because she refused to give up her bag. Sisters, in the 21st century is this what sort of teenage girls are coming up now? We may have a black (bi-racial) president, but it seems as though many of the black youth do not have any respect for their elders. What is worse or more important, never to see a black man in office or to have the black youth respect their elders? Back in the day when Dr. Martin Luther King was fighting for civil rights, the young people marched with him, but nowadays since there are no serious causes like equality for African Americans to unite and fight for, many young people do understand why they must respect their elders. Things are too easy these days for black people and there is a lack of integrity, not just among the most of the youth, but also among adults, they do not desire to uphold morals and values based on the Word of God.
As black women, let us do our best to raise our teen girls to have respect for themselves, their elders, including their peers. When they get to be adults, it is very scary how they are going to reap what they have put out against other people. In Galatians 6:7, it says, 'Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap.'
4 teen girls arrested in robbery of U of C students
CHICAGO—Four teenaged girls have been charged with armed robbery of two University of Chicago students.
Police say the girls - ages 14 to 17, pistol whipped a female 28-year-old student in the head early Monday morning in the 5600 block of South Blackstone Avenue.