He, in fact, is so not here for your bullshit that if "your bullshit" was a high school homeroom teacher taking attendance, Colin Powell would be in the bathroom brushing his waves, silently humming "I aint here for this shit" while bouncing in the mirror. He is fully committed to being completely absent whenever your bullshit is present. He's so steadfastly not here for your bullshit that he gets Google News alerts and Waze notifications to let him know when your bullshit might be in the area, just so he can turn on Google Maps to find another route. If he sees your bullshit has RSVP'd to an event he planned to attend, he's staying home that night to eat lemon pepper wings and watch Vice Principals.
Of course, in relation to Colin Powell, the leaked emails revealed that "your bullshit" also includes (but isn't limited to) the following:
Hillary Clinton as President
Donald Trump as a living human being breathing air
Bill Clinton's chastity belt
Dick Cheney's family as a staff, a record label, and as a mother fucking crew
Ultimately, the primary takeaway from the leaked emails is that Colin Powell is petty, snarky, curmudgeonly, sly, and funny. Which means he's every 79-year-old Black grandfather who's ever existed. The only thing about those emails that shocked me is the lack of "White motherfuckers." It definitely needs a generous peppering of some "White motherfuckers." If the email leaks were a lasagna baking, it would need a light sprinkle of "White motherfuckers" and 15 more minutes in the oven before it was ready to serve.
And while I don't know enough about Powell to presume much more about him, I do know that, while he's not here for your bullshit, if he's truly like every Black grandfather, he's definitely here for the following things:
360 minutes a week spent in aisles 13 through 18 at Home Depot
Gina Torres on Suits
Grilling literally everything. Briskets, corn, chicken broth, cereal, Kool-Aid, couscous —you name it, it's going on the grill
The Lincoln Mkz
The Weather Channel
The wifi and soup at Panera Bread
Falling asleep during conversations he started
Listening to rappers who were much more popular in 1999, and then asking you if you've heard of them