Black People : Culture Vulture French Montana's Recent Hateful Comments Towards a Black Woman

And that's a problem. It shouldn't be this hard to agree on what's causing the most trouble, or at least, what would be the best solution. The black community doesn't have enough critical thinkers nor ambitious leaders.

Too much pride, not enough drive.

Too much talk of racism, not enough dealing in realism.

Therein lies the problem goddess, too much pride, not enough ambition, you can't get em to think an inch outside the box
Who cares if you're proud of not using twitter or instagram? Doesn't make you better, smarter, classier, or anything. Just means you don't use them. (But still reading about them? Funny.) So irrelevant.

I wouldn't be able to tell you don't agree with majority, because majority says he wasn't at fault at all. Like you.

Not everyone reads every tag they are in. Plus, it was a comment, like one people make in the streets or at their house. Doesn't mean she was right, but should people personally call up every celebrity and politician they have something bad to say about?

If you can't see why he's wrong as well as why she's wrong, that's your problem. I already explained it. Plain as day.

Who says she was trying to hide her comment? You don't have to alert every individual, especially those who have tons of followers, of everything you say about them. You're making crazy assumptions just to justify this man's actions. Amazing. Can't wait to see what you add next.

Again, you don't understand tagging or twitter, in general. Not tagging someone doesn't mean you're trying to "hide" your comment. You do realize some people get thousands of tags to have to read through a day, and that it'd be even more if every person did it?

What he said was what people say about black women all the time, whether right or wrong, and was meant to keep us in our "place".

He looked for her comment, and picked her of all people, because she was an easy target, a black woman. Because people like you wouldn't dare call him out like you do for her. As if both parties can't be wrong. Nope. Not when a black woman is involved. Only she's wrong, and everyone else is right. Always. Y'all are unbelievable.

Have a nice day. I'm finished.

I don't see Black women as weak or easy targets.
I believe they both were wrong.

I think it's over now.
Bye. Have a great weekend.

That was kinda my position. His remarks were ignorant in every way however the idea that he is an outsider or that his is appropriating culture seems a bit confusing. I guess there is no longer a general consensus as to what being black is. I know how we teach it in the Nation but I do recognize others have a completely different way of categorizing someone as black. I guess now a days you have to look like Wesley Snipes to get the black classification from the hotep crew?


Define "hotep crew."

I don't see Black women as weak or easy targets.
I believe they both were wrong.

I think it's over now.
Bye. Have a great weekend.

I'm not saying they are weak and easy. I'm saying, that's how the world treats us, and why they so easily attack us as opposed to other groups.

You have a great weekend, too.


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