This is James Walker, who currently lives in Dorchester.
He is a child of privilege, attending private school in Milton, who goes by “DJ Cakewalk,” and is an outspoken BLM activist who likes to pretend that he’s oppressed because he’s black.
On Christmas morning James was awoken to a burglar in his house who had climbed through an upstairs window and armed himself by tearing off a piece of wood from the stairs in front of his house in Dorchester. According to him he was going to hit the guy with some weights he was lifting (two sets, ten reps), but the burglar told him a lie about being chased by racist white people so he agreed to call the poor guy a Lyft instead. The cops ended up showing up because a neighbor called when they saw the burglar climbing through the window, but instead of thanking them for helping get the armed burglar out of his house he began recording them and crying about how scared he was of police because he’s black.
Soy Boy Chapelle barely survived this harrowing incident.
“With the events that’s been going on I’m sure you can understand.”
What events? You mean the millions of annual interactions between cops and people of color every year that don’t result in someone getting shot? Or did I miss the recent news of Boston cops killing an unarmed black guy in his home?
“Let’s talk about this, Breonna Taylor. It doesn’t matter if your guns are drawn or not.”
Oh right, you were about to be the next Breonna Taylor. Sure thing. Except your house isn’t a stash house for drug dealers and you didn’t shoot a gun at them as they walked in the door.
“You have to understand where I’m coming from.”
Yes, I completely understand. You’re a privileged beta male from Milton who’s never experienced hardship in his life, gets to play DJ for a few years before getting a real job, and desperately wants to believe he’s oppressed in spite of his comfortable upbringing because victimhood is cool now.
His heroic reliving of the event was truly remarkable.
TL:DR – Junkie who broke into his house and thought no one was home recognized that guy in the house responds well to the race card, played race card with obvious lie about running away from racists and needing a place to hide out, almost got a free Lyft ride out of it, and somehow got the victim to turn his ire on the police instead of the burglar who was trying to rob him.
“This is why we march.”
Because we don’t want the police responding to burglaries in our homes! This is the civil rights issue of our era – a push for lawless anarchy. Until we get that can people like James Walker ever truly feel free?
The best part is that he’s still pretending to be a bad ass, despite fearing for his life for absolutely no reason. He’s got his LTC and he’s a WAY better shot than the cops. Also, he was about to smash the junkie in the face because nobody messes with DJ Cakewalk, but then he remembered that he’s Captain Koombaya peace on earth so he offered the sinner forgiveness instead.
This is sadly the world we’re living in. The victim of a crime blames the police for arresting an armed robber in his home and says that he’s scared for his life, not because of the armed junkie in his home, but because of the police who came to arrest the bad guy. Oh, and the two cops he spoke with were minorities who couldn’t believe what a pansy ass he was but had to bite their tongues in order to remain professional.
This is how you know people like James Walker have it easy in this country – because this is the closest they can get to being in actual fear for their life.
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