Morgan Freeman Speaks On Sandy Hook Massacre (Freeman For President)

Get Wit It Magazine happened to stumble across the words of Morgan Freeman and his thoughts on the event on Friday as well as other mass shootings. Morgan Freeman’s brilliant take on what happened yesterday : “You want to know why. This may sound cynical, but here’s why. It’s because of the way the media reports it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities.... Read More

Morgan Freeman believes He Is God

Morgan Freeman, who has played God in the film ‘Bruce Almighty’, recently talked about his personal beliefs about the creator. “What we get is theories from our earlier prophets. Now, people who think that God invented us think that the Earth can’t be more than 6,000 years old. So I guess it’s a question of belief.” The 75-year-old actor went on the say, “My belief system doesn’t support a creator as... Read More

Tyler Perry Is The New Morgan Freeman?

Morgan Freeman’s film credits are endless. Two of his biggest films are 1997’s Kiss The Girls and 2001’s Along Came a Spider where the Oscar winner played detective-psychologist Alex Cross in the James Patterson created crime franchise. Now, word is out that Tyler Perry will be the new Alex Cross for the film I, Alex, Cross, which will be directed by Rob Cohen, who was behind The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.  Rumor has it Perry has... Read More

Jay Electronica addressing the Illuminati and his role.

#thatakwardmomentwhen some sister on the street was telling me how I’m in the illuminati sounding dumber than a motherf**ker. BEWARE!!!! ME AND THE ILLUMINATI GONNA GET YOU IN YOUR SLEEP! MWUHUUHAAHAHHAHAAA!!!!! BEWARE!! ME AND MY ILLUMINATI FRIENDS WORK FOR THE DEVIL WHO LIVES UNDER THE GROUND AND BURNS YOU WHEN YOU DIE!!! MWUHAHAHAHHAHAHA!!! Me and Taylor Swift are in the Illuminati. We just had a gathering... Read More

“MORGAN FREEMAN WAS BORN TO PLAY THE ROLE OF NELSON MANDELA” Births of new nations and rough-and-tumble sporting events are not often linked, but “Invictus” is the surprising proof that it’s possible. Or maybe not surprising to anyone who has noted how often sports and community become like-minded partners. Based on the book, itself using the inspiring William Ernest Henley poem of the same name as its central metaphor,... Read More