Saturday, November 24, 2012

Black Women, a Maryland woman stabbed brother with fork over Thanksgiving dinner

This Maryland woman, Shenika Allsup stabbed her half-brother, Deonte Wallace in the neck with a fork over Thanksgiving dinner.  You see, this is why certain family members avoid being around mess, because is nothing new, family fighting during family reunions, funerals, weddings and for the holidays is nothing new.   For some of us smart black women, we do not like to deal with any conflict and we have just decided to dust our feet for good, although we do not hate anyone.

According to Mail Online, Allsup and Wallace have a different parent, here we go again, that different daddy syndrome, it just doesn't work.   Those of us sisters who have been in a dysfunctional family will not deny this is a part of the main problem, this is why if we are disrespected by anyone in our families, it is just better to keep peace, pray and stay away.  Yes, it would be nice to have unity, but after we grow up being beat up on, picked on by our siblings and even seen some of them almost stabbed to death, it is better to follow the biblical scripture found in Proverbs 17:1 that says,  'Better is a dry morsel, and quietness therewith, than an house full of sacrifices with strife.'   

In the meantime, we will continue to pray for this woman,Shenika Allsup and her half-brother.

Woman 'stabbed brother, 23, in the neck with serving fork over Thanksgiving dinner'

 By Daily Mail Reporter

A 27-year-old Maryland woman has been arrested and charged with stabbing her half-brother in the neck with a serving fork following an argument over Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, police said.

Annapolis police were called to an apartment on Madison Street where they found 23-year-old Deonte Wallace...Read full article, here.

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