Gay Talk Show Host Ty Wansley Is One Of The Biggest House Negros In Chicago
By: Joan Ross, Posted April 9, 2014 at 4:03 pm US/Central
Chicago has always had its share of House Negros and sell-outs, but you’d be hard-pressed to find one more salient than radio talk show host Ty Wansley.
Wansley, a closet homosexual, has a long history of blatantly selling out to the white establishment without any compunction whatsoever.
In April, 1993, when black people were still mourning the untimely death of Chicago’s first black mayor, Harold Washington, Wansley audaciously inked a deal to co-host a talk show on WLS, with Harold’s racist white nemesis, Ed Vrdolyak. “This will be the greatest boon for race relations this city has ever seen,” said Wansley.
Despite being repudiated by Chicago’s black activist community, Wansley kept his head planted firmly in Vrdolyak’s rectum until the show was cancelled later that year.
Astonishingly enough, in November, 1994, Wansley took his Uncle Tom act to a whole new level by co-hosting yet another show with Vrdolyak on a different station, WJJD-AM (1160). His loyalty and willingness to align with his white oppressors is reminiscent of Samuel L. Jackson’s character in the movie “Django Unchained.”
For the last several years, Wansley has been hosting a talk show on V103, called “Chicago Speak’s”, which airs on Sunday mornings, from 6 to 8 am.
The show is nothing more than a big infomercial for Wansley. When he’s not name-dropping and bragging on his longevity in the radio and the various stations he’s appeared on, he’s kissing Jesse Jackson’s ass, featuring him every week like clock work.
Recently, Wansley created a monthly segment on his show called “Ask The Superintendent”, which allows callers to interact with Chicago police superintendent Gary F. McCarthy. McCarthy specializes in placating black people by pretending to represent their best interest.
Recently, an articulate caller took Wansley to task about not being “pro black” enough and interviewing controversial guess with “kid gloves.” Wansley, being the true House Negro that he is, evaded the caller’s concerns like the bitch that he is, by criticizing the caller for not offering his name–as if it was a prerequisite for rendering a comment.
The following week, Wansley’s female traits was highly exemplified when he kept bitching making references about the caller from the previous week. Wansley also induces his gay friends to call his show to agree with his viewpoints and say favorable things about him.
Some grass root organizations are starting to galvanize people in an effort to get Wansley off of the air. Mark Carter, is founder and president of “V.O.T.E.” (Voice of the ex offender). Carter says Wansley is a disgrace to black people past and present, and he’s worthy of repudiation. The sooner we get that ass kissing faggot off the air, the better off black people will be.”
There’s a growing consensus for V103 to remove Wansley on Sunday mornings and bring back longtime Chicago radio personality Cliff Kelley. Replacing Wansley with a real man, who’s not afraid to embrace the interest of black people would certainly be a step in the right direction.