Text Addicts could learn a lesson from Detroit’s Mayor

BET reported last week that, Married Detroit Mayor,” Kwame Kilpatrick, is facing the political storm of his life. The flamboyant, controversial CEO of the Motor City could be on the outs after lying to a grand jury about his affair with his chief of staff, Christine Beatty.  Like many of you he and his lady friend have a thing for texting each other and it seems she’s having a hard time letting the relationship go.

Kilpatrick could be forced to resign, lose his law license and be brought up on perjury charges. The Detroit Free Press  gotten about 14,000 of the hot and juicy text messages sent by Kilpatrick and Beatty.  Here’s a sample of what the paper posted…

Sept. 24, 2002, 6:56 p.m. – Beatty: This is one of those little things I had to tell you. Last night when I was laying on your shoulder in the car and you held my face and sang whatever song it was, that felt so good. It was just one of those little moments when you just made me fall some more.

Oct. 7, 2002, 11:20 p.m. – Beatty: OK, I’m feeling like I want another night like the most recent Saturday at the Residence Inn! You made me feel so damn good that night. As you can see I can’t let it go! . . .

Kilpatrick: I feel that we can do that in WV (West Virginia) + just relax together. I need you soooo bad. I want to wake up in the morning and you are there. Make it happen. Love ya.

Oct. 16, 2002, 11:48 p.m. – Kilpatrick: I’ve been dreaming all day about having you all to myself for 3 days . . . relaxing, laughing, talking, sleeping and making love.

April 8, 2003, 8:55 p.m. – Beatty: And, did you miss me, sexually?

Kilpatrick: Hell yeah! You couldn’t tell. I want some more. Don’t sleep!

Source: BET.com

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7 Responses to Text Addicts could learn a lesson from Detroit’s Mayor

  1. ktruth

    Well, his chief of staff and former lover has recently issued her resignation. What do you put on your resume/or say in an interview after this?

  2. You could say something like…”I’m a great employee because I don’t mind taking work home.”

  3. Wow. Just WOW. When I saw he typed “don’t sleep” I actually choked a little on my water.

    See- people think technology is our friend. Didn’t anybody else but me see the Terminator movies? Like the good mayor said, “don’t sleep” cuz the machines WILL be your downfall ;)

    Oh yeah, and your over-active libido, too!

  4. I feel for Ms. Beatty because she’s a single mother and a violent Mrs. Kilpatrick is about to make her kids orphans. I really have to wonder why anyone would put themselves in “the other woman” position. Let’s analyze this situation: she goes to work and make eyes with the Mayor. They exchange some saucy text messages. He tells her he loves her via text. They sleep together on business trips and he goes back to his wife and kids. They hook up in hotels and afterwards, he gets up and goes home to his wife and kids.

    Meanwhile, is he there to talk to her? To take care of her when she’s sick? Is he committed to her? Is he the kind of person she’d want to be with even IF (big if) he’d leave his wife for you? Is he faithful to her? Are they having any significant experiences together other than all that creepin? She’s one of his many side dishes and what has she given up? Her time, her career, the years she’s put in going to law school gone to waste since you can’t commit perjury and be a lawyer, her future, her children’s future?

    The Mayor has done a whole lotta shady things. His wife will probably stay with him. He has money. The chances of him seeing the inside of a jail cell are probably slim. He can bounce back and have some semblance of a normal life. She probably can’t.

  5. “Don’t Sleep” If you sleep with a married public official…??? Duh! He lied about her. Both of them are dumb as hell.

    Hopefully she’s not an educated woman with an unfit baby daddy(daddies) and the children will be in the care of some relative if mommy has to go “work for the state” (as my dad used to say).

    The only people I feel sorry for is his wife and the people of Detroit. As if the fall of the great American auto industry and their “fair” city’s current terrible state is not enough…terrible.

  6. I have limited sympathy for the wife. She knew long before the stripper beating incident that she married a dog. I grew up in the ‘burbs. The divorce rate there is low and that’s because a lot of people turn a blind eye to their spouse’s infidelity. They still have a partnership and some are good friends even. It’s not something that works for me, but people have been doing it for ages.

    I didn’t feel for Hillary except for having their business put out there. I’m sure it’s embarrassing but she knows her husband. I don’t feel for Mrs. Kilpatrick except for the embarrassment factor. She needs to go and get tested if they still slept together because he seemed to be messing with several people at the same time.

  7. yvonnjanae

    Don’t feel sorry for Beatty. She lied under oath about her affair, and both she and Kwame cost the city of Detroit MILLIONS when three security guards sued because those two had them fired. Keep in mind, when I say millions, that’s money that’s coming out of the pockets of Detroit homeowners who pay taxes!

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