Entertainment: The aging crew at Rolling Stone Magazine goes for the controversy with a guy who believes the CIA put crack in black areas, the CIA destroyed the black panthers and the government introduced AIDS to Africa.
|Gawker: "Lest you find the cover offensive, remember that it’s okay if a magazine uses a person of color as Jesus — that conveys sympathy and respect. If it were Mark Wahlberg or Piper Perabo tied to the cross, however, that would mean eternal damnation. "|
|IF KANYE WEST HAD BALLS, he'd pose as Mohammed, instead of Jesus. But he doesn't. Efforts to be controversial have become so predictable. Yawn.|
Rolling Stone would never permit the abuse of a religious figure loved by a billion plus people, unless its a Christian figure where the possibility of violence against editors and the subject is much lower.