Thou told'st me Thou didst hold him in thy hate
Despise me if I do not
Awake! What, ho, Brabantio. Thieves! Thieves!
What, ho, Brabantio!
An old black ram, Is tupping your white ewe
Rodrigo confronts Iago about his loyalty to Othello. Iago assures him of his hatred towards "the moor" especially now Cassio has been made Lieutenant.
Iago convinces Rodrigo to go to Brambantios house in the middle of the night and wake him up, to tell him of the relationship between Desdemona and Othello
Brabantio is not buying what Rodrigo is saying about his beloved daughter. Cassio convinces him with some graphic imagery of the couple having sex.
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