13451831, RE: Its kinda weird how black men have to die for the sins of every celebrity.|
Posted by jimaveli, Fri Jan-14-22 08:24 PM
>Whenever a black female celebrity says something bigoted
>(Azealia, Doja cat etc) or downright homophobic (Yung Miami
>vowing to beat her future son if he was gay) its never
>considered an essential trait of black womanhood. Its hawked
>over for a few weeks maybe then forgotten.
>On the flipside, a conservative black comedian like dave
>chapelle who has a pretty long record of anti black comedy,
>grew up middle class, and has an asian wife, is somehow
>representative of black men and requires an article in Vanity
>Who is the target audience exactly? Clearly not black people.
>Everything in this article is something that has been
>regurgitated for 40+ years and isn't adding anything new to
>Im not interested in what she has to say about black people
>when her father worked for one of the most corrupt police
>departments in the country (Chicago) for 20+ years. A family
It is learned behavior. Tethering people together and then throwing a negative blanket over them and considering your work done? Yeah, we've seen that before. I wish we could ask INDIVIDUALs to do better without having to blanket as a way to 'strengthen the argument'.