Patti LaBelle 1, Basic Logic 0

Here’s an odd story worth mentioning. The US Military Academy has upheld the suspension of a West Point Army Cadet who was suspended after he was attacked by the bodyguard’s of Patti LaBelle.

Wait, what?

The U.S. Military Academy completed a thorough investigation regarding the incident that occurred at the Houston Airport on March 11, 2011, involving Cadet Richard King

Following this investigation, the Academy chain of command took appropriate administrative action in accordance with Army Regulation 210-26.

HudsonValley.com writes that King has been placed in up to 18-month active-duty mentorship program for violating the academy’s code of honor.

So, fat, disgusting Patti LaBelle has bodyguards who beat up a guy and it’s that guy who gets punished. And that’s no cursory punishment. Having gone to school with two people who got in to West Point (which is near where I grew up), I can tell you that getting in is a huge honor requiring a huge effort. Losing that honor is not to be taken lightly.

The always classy LaBelle made sure she posed for a few fan photographs while standing over the spot where the cadet was beaten. She did wait for him to be taken to the hospital first, so there’s that.

Don’t believe me? Watch the video….

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4 Responses to Patti LaBelle 1, Basic Logic 0

  1. Bob says:

    Two things:
    1. You put an apostrophe in the word “bodyguards” that shouldn’t be there in the second sentence.
    2. This story seems like it could be a touch one-sided. But also, fuck Patti Labelle. She’s a no-talent, worthless, fat, disgusting bitch.

  2. Bob says:

    Really, you ought to have written it like this, which would have had the quality of both still being able to use your precious apostrophe AND saving yourself from the excess prepositional pitfall that you clearly fell into:
    ” . . . after he was attacked by Patti LaBelle’s bodyguards.”

    With love,

    The Grammar Police.

  3. JC says:

    Really?

  4. Bob says:

    I was a little drunk at the time. This is what happens when I’m not allowed to delete my own comments.