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A lot of people sent us a link to this Facebook post over the weekend from an upset Rhode Island mother:
So to be honest, when I first read this I was slightly suspicious of the story being told. For starters, if you’re going to shame two adults for hosting underage drinking parties, why wouldn’t you put their names?
Secondly, why would she leave the hospital where her kid was at to go back to this place and investigate?
Thirdly, her son in 18. In my opinion he should be allowed to legally drink, since we’re the only country in the world where you can die for your country and not buy a beer. He made an adult decision to do what he did, so I can’t entirely blame other adults for him being this plastered.
But as for the rest of it, I believe it. Look, these are sketchy people. Any grow man who hosts an underage drinking party with a bunch of teenagers is the definition of a LOSER. And more than likely they’re doing it so they can try to pull a Steve Levine and find some fucked up 18 year old chicks to play with, because they can’t bag women their own age.
We spoke with Kayla and she addressed some of these questions….
The guys upstairs the one in the flannel shirt locked a door that led to another room right in front of us and even after addressing it to the police they didn’t insist he open the door or even question why he locked the door. It was very clear he was hiding something.
She also told this to Go Local Prov:
“When I walked in, the ‘bouncer’ — who I come to found out was collecting $3 from kids to get in — got all nervous, he knew,” said Sherman, who said she had contacted Providence Police on the way over. “I said who’s running the show? It was all kids outside, drinking and dancing. There was no activity in the whole mill area except for where this was. And the guy who ran the show denied the whole thing — meanwhile, his friends told me everything that took place.”
Makes sense to me. Again, the 18 year old man is fully responsible for the choices he makes. But so are all the gutless cowards who were so afraid of getting in just a LITTLE bit of trouble that they were potentially willing to let someone die. They had no idea if this kid was gonna be OK. All they were concerned with was avoiding questioning by the cops.
Kayla’s also been in this situation before. In 2018 her 18 month old son Jayce drowned. They’ve since started a great non-profit in is name that teaches people CPR and other life saving techniques for life in the water.
And yea, as much as I’d blame Turtleboy Jr. if he got himself into a mess like this, I’d still be equally as angry that other people he calls friends put their own well being over his life. More than anything, I’d be ripshit about the grown ass men who are such LOSERS that they feel the need to host parties like this, where a bunch of hoodtastic teenagers pay $3 dance in an abandoned factory. This is what it looked like inside from a 3 second SnapChat vid:
And this was from outside:
Is this supposed to be fun?
How sad and pathetic do you have to be to host a party that looks the warehouse where Vanilla Ice serenaded the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to “Go Ninja, go ninja, Go!”
The two guys who rent the apartment and use it as an “art studio” are William Reeves and Henry Brown, both of whom are faculty members at the Rhode Island School of Design.
“The guy — Reeves — says he just ‘rents’ the building for art space. This wasn’t art space. It was a filthy, underground club,” said Sherman.
Ya know how I tell William is a doucheburger? He chose to wear this hat in public:
Be a more pretentious starving “artist.” You can’t.
Here’s my question – why were they at their “art studio” at the time if they weren’t partying? Do they make “art” in the middle of the night? Do they live in this “art” studio? Their website is one of the more bootleg things you’ll ever see, as it seems wed design is not something they’ve been taught at the Rhode Island School of Design. It contains a bunch of random pictures of the “artists” doing what they do best:
Standing around acting hipster DJ queefs while making “music.”
So yea, it’s perfectly conceivable that these guys help their “DJ” friends make a couple bucks by hosting these bootleg kiddie raves in their “art studio.” Because God knows no adult would ever willingly pay a cover to listen to these winners spin the ones and twos.
Kayla is upset with the Providence Police for not arresting them, but since we haven’t spoken with the police we’re not going to cast judgement on them. I have no idea what they knew and didn’t know that night, but now that the facts seem to have all come out, should’t they be arrested? I mean, they hosted an underage drinking party? That’s illegal, no? Either way they should be arrested for their choice of clothing and their desire to spend a Friday night with a bunch of 18 year olds.