HARLEM - Reverend Al Sharpton, who prides himself in being one of the most controversial civil rights activists in America, has finally spoken out on the Kanye West grabbing the microphone out of Taylor Swift's hand incident.
Sharpton, who claims that he has been to every state except for Iowa, stated that he has seen the video tapes of the MTV Video Music Awards and the tape clearly shows that little Miss Taylor Swift physically and verbally provoked Mr. Kanye West.
When asked if he was sure he was watching the right tape he became somewhat indignant and said, "I have seen Kanye before and I knows for a fact that it is definitely him on the tape. And I sure does hopes that you ain't be trying to implies that all of us brothers looks alike."
The self-proclaimed champion of social injustice pointed out that he had only seen Miss Swift one time and that it was on that white dancing gay gal Ellen DeGeneres' Show."
Sharpton said that it is just like the mainstream media to always try to put the blame on the black person. He says that from what he saw on the video playback Kanye just happened to be walking by on his way to the restroom and Miss Swift blatantly reached out with her foot and tripped the good brother up.
The reverend said that the brother started falling and in his effort to keep from landing on the little white girl and possibly causing a major injury, he reached out and accidentally grabbed her microphone.
He then merely said hello to his good friend Jay-Z's woman Beyonce who sure did look a whole lot like that South American belly dancin' singer Shakira. But anyway if you notice on the tape, Mr. West handed the mic back to Miss Swift in a totally gentlemanly way.
And what did he get for his wondrous act of kindness. The film clearly shows that Miss Swift angrily grabbed the mic back and she shot Mr. West the finger.
Sharpton wiped the sweat from his brow and remarked, "Now go ahead and tells me dat, dat ain't provocational."
In a related story. The Rev. Sharpton is planning on drafting a letter to the executives of the MTV Video Award Show demanding that the country music-singing, trouble making, little problem child be barred from future MTV Video Award Shows.