You don't because that is not the weak gravitational field. That's electrodynamics. Try this experiment: take two magnets and orient them with like poles facing each other. Now try your best to move them together so they touch. It will be a bit of a struggle.
Next, spin up a black hole with a mass of 100 kg (about 225 lbs) and an event horizon many orders of magnitude smaller than a proton by injecting some electrons. You now have a net negative charge. Now do your best to inject another electron, which is negatively charged, into the negatively charged black hole. It's a no go. Why do you think that we inject neutrons into Uranium-235 nuclei in order to initiate fission instead of injecting protons? The Coulomb Force prevents the positively charged proton from entering the positively charged nucleus just as it prevents the electron from entering the black hole.
You did read Dr. Brown's rather lengthy response to this very question, yes? Just so we're clear, that was Dr. Robert G Brown, PhD, Duke University Department of Physics. He's a professor of mathematical physics at Duke. I contacted Dr. Brown, asked him to comment of the Titor Saga and pointed it out himself (along with about thirty other fallacious statements in the saga). This isn't advanced physics, questionable physics or even "just a tiny bit disputed" physics. The Coulomb Force (aka opposite charges/poles attract, likes repel) is basic, fundamental, high school level physics. Where do you imagine that an atomic bomb gets the vast majority of its fission energy? Its the Coulomb Force. When the newly captured neutron helps the nucleus overcome the strong force and the nucleus fractures, the fragments, repelled by the Coulomb Force, fly away at several thousand kilometers per second. They collide, release tremendous heat...create a fireball. This is the binding energy of the nucleus. It took a supernova, not the 12v DC battery on a Corvette, to bind the nuclei together.
You don't "spin up" a black hole by injecting electrons. That bit of "science" proffer by Boomer was so bad that it wasn't just incorrect it wasn't even wrong.