So Joe Budden’s cornball twitter butt buddy wrote the list and Mediatakeout decided to pin it on Ice T. This guy is obviously searching for attention and has the nerve to slam black women when he came out out of one. If this list is true the first person he should start with is his mother.
1) White girls can get their hair wet. It’s summertime. Who wants to be at the pool with a girl who’ only concern is not getting her weave wet. White girls just jump in the pool without any care.
2) White girls don’t talk back. Put a little aggression in your voice and she will do whatever you say. That doesn’t fly with other races though. They wanna fight. Always.
3) It’s easier introducing them to your family/friends. “Everyone, this is Amber,” is WAY easier on the ears than, “Everyone, this is Shaniqua. Just saying.
The Dark Skin Activist Rashida Strober slams Power 105.1 radio jock Charlemagne for his idiotic oxymoronic statements that ‘white nubian’ queens were in. This is all not surprising coming from a man who recently bleached his skin after being teased mercilessly by the public at large for dark spots on his face. Colorism is a serious issue in the black community and I commend Rashida for having the cojones to tackle this issue head on.
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Funny as hell and the truth.
Spike speaks on race in America, social media’s role in uprisings across the world, and his thoughts on police brutality.
Director Spike Lee on race in America: “If you’re African-American in this country, you know what the deal is.” Fusion’s Jorge Ramos spoke to Lee about his latest documentary “I Can’t Breathe,” problems with the NYPD, race in America and the impact of social media on his projects.What do you think?
Tragic incident all around. Just don’t see how people could watch the action so close with these trucks going 80-100 mph and no type of guard rail.
The legendary ‘Lena Horne’ has passed away at the age of 92. She deserves to recognized by all you R&B starlets who have benefited from her struggle in this entertainment business, when racism ruled the day and you did not enjoy the smoozing with white audiences that we have today.
You performed back then as strictly entertainment for white crowds and were not treated as a diva in anyway. So as you walk your little dogs, and spend mounds of money and Gucci and Louis Vuitton remember who paved the way. The legend Lena Horne passes away at 92.
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