“Cause when you’re out with your women, your wife will be at home: Cooking your food, doing your dirt, buddy what you trying to do?”
… Eric Clapton’s “Outside Woman Blues”
Adultery carries its own price
No Bail for Rawle Eastmond’s outside woman gone crazy
Please don’t misunderstand what I am writing to you now. No one has a right to assault anyone or threaten their wife or family even if that someone is a woman who was used and discarded by a married politician.
I wanted to say that the sin of adultery carries its own cost in ruined lives.
I thank my husband Marcus that he is always true to me and our children.
And I want to say to my husband about him being true to me…
Your loving wife,
P.S. To the woman I say, “Rawle Eastmond isn’t worth it.” Get on with your life and never think of that two timing adultering bastard again. Don’t steal from other women. Get yourself a good man who is honest. You think if you did steal him away from Mrs. Eastmond he wouldn’t cheat on you too? Once a thief always a thief. Same for lowly pieces of trash who cheat on their childrens because that is what they do. They destroy everything.
“Well, you can’t watch your wife and your outside women, too
You know you can’t watch your wife and your outside womens, too
‘Cause when you’re out with your women, your wife will be at home
Cooking your food, doing your dirt, buddy what you trying to do?”
Eric Clapton, “Outside Woman Blues”
For when the Nation removes their article to change history we’re going to repeat it here… Continue reading