Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by Keita Kenyatta, Mar 8, 2012.
I do not get it. White people say the n-word all the time, and few Black people will do a thing about it when White folk are in numbers.
Heck--if a White boy has a Black friend, you better believe that you'll hear him say the n-word. More, if you try to step to him, that Black friend will step to you. You can put money on that.
We ain't got no wealth and no health, yet we think that we can tell White folk how to talk. Oh please. This joke needs to stop.
The only Black comedian worth listening to who speaks on Black and White culture, Race relations etc is Paul Mooney. If you don't have that kind of courage and talent, sit the hell down!
Disagree. As I know someone to have written me, Paul Mooney has nothing on Leo Muhammad.
I didn't know about him but i'm already a true fan.
reposted to fb. oh yeaaa..
I have yet to hear a white person saying it unless it is in a movie, documentary, or in overwhelming numbers against us. I never knew any that had the cajones to just drop it by their damned selves on any occasion in front of us whether we are solo or in number even though the look on their faces may say it all, they will not utter it unless they feel safe enough to do so.
Please. They say it all the time.
When I was in High School, White folk called me it. I was wondering "Ah what dis?"
You think White boys hanging out with Blacks don't say the word?
You think self-hating Africans are defending their pride?
Man--you need to sit with our people. Some of us see the n-word as respectful.
They figure--if a White boy call you it--it means he trusts you--lol!
LOL, man I'm not that ignorant to the world. I'm not saying they don't do it at all, I just stated I have not witnessed it. Even the whites that I have been around.
That's good for you. But I saw a White boy cussing n-word this n-word that on the bus with a "Black" man. And I know from personal experience that the reality is White people say it.
It's a joke to think that Whites don't and it's a bigger joke that Black people say it.
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