Clayton County, Georgia A couple of teachers have found themselves in a bit of hot water. I guess it’s not such a good idea to post a love letter to your boyfriend’s Facebook when he works in the same building as you…along with his girlfriend. But that’s what happened at Rex Mill Middle School. Ebony sent her man a letter, it was intercepted by Chaka, and all hell broke loose in the hallway Monday during school. They yelled, smacks were thrown about, and the 7th and 8th graders in that school got a quick lesson from their family and consumer science teacher on the fine art of expressing one’s self. The school authorities were not enthused and once the officers were brought in, the brawling teachers were promptly arrested.
What was the letter that set Cobb off? “I am in love with you. I am tired of being your every blue moon[expletive].” I just love fill in the expletives! It stretches my imagination. Cobb, who claims she’s pregnant with Mr. Prince Charming’s baby is reported to have posted a rather “tumultuous” message as well. Monday – hallway – it was ON.
The fight spilled into a classroom and as Cobb stormed off she claimed she was going to post that letter on the blackboard. Oh no she didn’t. And you know…if these two educators were going to go at it, they might as well go for broke. They didn’t disappoint. Cobb was pulled into a classroom by the assistant principal, filled with students, in hopes it would calm her ass down. Didn’t work. Cobb, a language arts teacher, was schooling those kids correctly and Smith came back in to the classroom swinging. This is what the children remembered when interviewed by the police: “[Expletive], you don’t want none of this” and “get the [expletive] off me”. I know they’re teachers but I’m guessing the fill-in word here would be “fuck” each and every time. It just flows nicely.
Ebony Smith was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct. Chaka Kahn Cobb was charged with disorderly conduct. Both women were released on their own recognizance.
Don’t you know some of those students tried to go home practicing their new vocabulary. “But Mom, our teacher taught us that today in class”.