There is a class of black male come­di­ans on Insta­gram who derive laughs from por­tray­ing black women. There is the pop­u­lar Suzan, a crazy and extreme­ly jeal­ous Jamaican girl­friend played by Prince­Marni (627,000 fol­low­ers). There is also the famous Titi, a some­times inse­cure and argu­men­ta­tive black woman played by BlameItOnKway (2.3 mil­lion fol­low­ers). While these and oth­er Insta­gram come­di­ans (e.g., Quite­Per­ry, Bil­lion­aireMH) have some pret­ty fun­ny skits, one has to won­der what it means that so many black male come­di­ans have to mock and imi­tate black women to go viral.

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Prince­Marni as Suzan. Source: https://www.instagram.com/princemarni/

Source: https://www.instagram.com/princemarni/
Prince­Marni as Suzan. Source: https://www.instagram.com/princemarni/

The stereo­types these come­di­ans play on vary; the wide­ly accept­ed image of “the angry black woman”… Our atti­tudes … Our jeal­ous rants … Our hunger for dra­ma. Laughs and social media fame often fol­low.
Blameitonkway at Titi.
Blameitonkway at Titi. Source: https://www.instagram.com/blameitonkway/

When you out with bae and you see his ex!

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But why? It seems that both in main­stream and black cul­ture, lam­poon­ing black women is a fast way to get laughs. While some of these skits are admit­ted­ly kind of fun­ny, the over­ar­ch­ing trend doesn’t have us laugh­ing.  

What say you?

Chinwe

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Jaynick

Every­one makes mon­ey or work from us. Madea movies. You tube bash­ing videos. Etc. I think we con­tribute by giv­ing it atten­tion. We need to ignore it all. Next time a trick dad­dy com­ment comes on, just keep it mov­ing.

Shecodes

Black men do it because there is no price to paid for doing it. It’s just that sim­ple.

lis

Well Black men got away with rap music call­ing Black women bitch­es and hoes and worse for decades now.…with the silence and enabling, and sup­port of Black women and men.…and then there are legions of Black males on youtube doing the same and even worse than rap music to degrade Black women and again, every­one is silent.….sooooo.…I just won­der what’s next?

Itumeleng
Black men need to start doing skits about their down low homo­sex­u­al behav­ior, then let’s see them get unhinged in rage. Let sen­si­tive things about them become a laugh­ing stock and see how they like it. Lets see them pol­ish­ing their guns ready to shoot anoth­er negro over Jor­dans and lets see if they tell black women its just com­e­dy. Its all fun and games when they make fun of some­one else. Bet­ter yet, let a white per­son start imi­tate negro males and see how they harp­ing on and scream­ing about racism. Its stu­pid that black male misog­y­ny still goes… Read more »
ColbyK

Black women are an easy tar­get, hurt peo­ple hurt peo­ple. The men who dress up as black women, and make fun of us, they are only fol­low­ing a for­mu­la that they know will work. They see the greats doing it, Eddie Mur­phy, Mar­tin Lawrence, Tyler Per­ry etc., They see the suc­cess they received, so they try to fol­low in their foot­steps. I’m tired of it, because it’s so stereo­typ­i­cal, and it con­tributes to the dis­re­spect of Black women by oth­er races.

Jessica Phillip

YYEESSS!!!!!

Oratilwe

But tbh, I hate how the oth­er side of this kind of humour is based in mock­ing the black lgbt+ com­mu­ni­ty

Oratilwe

Joanne the scam­mer mocks white women, specif­i­cal­ly those who have just recent­ly entered the world of sub­ur­bia… I guess to an extent she mocks black wom­end who’ve also just entered the “Cau­casian life style” and try act like­how they see oth­er sub­ur­ban women.

Tracey

if they are not call­ing us names used for gar­den tolls then they are mock­ing how we look and the things we do to make our­selves feel beau­ti­ful. Yet when we protest about the abuse we recive we are told to be qui­et. These are the same males that will become the fathers of our chil­dren but yet have so lit­tle respect for us.

lis

So why make them the father’s of your children?.….Black males are not the only men in this world and by Black women accept­ing this treat­ment it will not get bet­ter for the Black girls com­ing up…Black w o men CAN cut Black men off at the knees.

La Bandita

We don’t want to cut ALL black men at the knees some are excel­lent (mi mari­do). We want them ALL to act mature­ly and be respect­ful.

justtwo post
The skits are hilar­i­ous. There’s noth­ing wrong with it in and of itself — it’s noth­ing new and oth­er races DO do this — both men and women dress­ing up as the oppo­site gen­der. I’ve seen skits with black women play­ing as stereo­typ­i­cal black men that are hilar­i­ous as well. HOWEVER, black men por­tray­ing black women gets way more atten­tion than all the oth­ers. That could be because black peo­ple are just fun­nier and in my opin­ion tend to be the best enter­tain­ers and per­form­ers… but it could also be because peo­ple like see­ing black men emas­cu­lat­ing them­selves and also… Read more »
Princerella Boutdatcheque
Princerella Boutdatcheque

joanne the scam­mer is sup­posed to be a white woman cracked out. she says it all the time.

Camille

I think this goes beyond just black men. Putting them in dress­es is a big part of main­stream enter­tain­ment. Try mak­ing a list of black male enter­tain­ers who HAVEN’T been in dress­es and you will see how wide­spread it is.

CAliQueen
Wow what a coin­ci­dent that I would come across this arti­cle when a lit­tle over a week ago I was cursed out by PatD Lucky after call­ing him out on his min­strel show. A cou­ple of oth­er peo­ple ques­tioned his char­ac­ters ori­gin, how­ev­er it was my blunt­ness that struck a nerve in him so much so that he blew up my inbox with screen shots of angry black women that were offend­ed by me ask­ing this white man/mixed___ why he mocks black women. His inbox fury didn’t end there. He began to gloat about the income he brings in by… Read more »
Gabrielle Linton

Why does every darn thing have to be gay related..really!!! Sure some of the skits are funny,I have known many a black female that would act they way they are portrayed…so let’s get some female come­di­ans to make fun of the fellers.we all need to light­en up a bit..world is harsh enough..and real­ly it’s just like play­ing the dozens…as long as the black men respect women in real life…who cares!!!

La Bandita

Umm… you’re delu­sion­al. They don’t respect Black women in real life. And when they find you attrac­tive they sex­u­al­ly harass so much.

Gabrielle Linton

Why thanks..such an intel­li­gent answer..I guess your cir­cles are very limited,as of your view of black men…or dif­fer­ent types of black women also…get out more.

La Bandita

OR you can learn to respect Black women and girls your­self and not become immune to the humil­i­a­tion that has been going on for cen­turies. Self preser­va­tion is a thing.

Saucylita

No, a joke isn’t a joke. Con­stant­ly mak­ing mock­ery of black women using racist and sex­ist stereo­types isn’t fun­ny. These are the same men who would be offend­ed if a white man was imi­tat­ing black men and mock­ing them by pre­tend­ing to be gang­sters, stu­pid (low IQ), illit­er­ate etc. They would protest. But it’s ok to do so to women. Black women have to stop tol­er­at­ing misog­y­noir just because it comes from black men (in the form of stereo­typ­ing and mock­ing black women in com­e­dy, degrad­ing them in music videos, prop­a­gat­ing stereo­types about them etc)

Genie345

I think it’s like an inside joke. I nev­er felt offense by it and I nev­er thought they were imi­tat­ing real women, but just mak­ing big­ger char­ac­ter­i­za­tions of the women in their lives. I think it’s a thing that is for us and by us and I’m more con­cerned when men and women of oth­er races are doing this or mak­ing fun of us in oth­er ways.

Girliusmaximus

Thank you. So this arti­cle is basi­cal­ly say­ing that only cer­tain com­e­dy is accept­able and any cre­ativ­i­ty that falls out­side of that is auto­mat­i­cal­ly “coon­ing and buf­foon­ing”. I’m sick of gen­er­al­iza­tions being placed over what a hand­ful of peo­ple are doing, they need to wor­ry about some­thing more sub­stan­tial.

La Bandita

Mak­ing fun of Black women is orginal?

Girliusmaximus

What are you talk­ing about?

La Bandita

None of the hand­ful of peo­ple you speak of are doing any­thing orig­i­nal. Mak­ing fun of Black women have been going on for cen­turies and if you do your research you’d know that yes it’s coon­ing and buf­foon­ing — it’s NOT ORIGINAL. Stop using Black women as punch­ing bags, that’s why there so much bul­ly­ing going on at schools towards Black girls. You’ve nor­mal­ized humil­i­a­tion.

Girliusmaximus
Sim­mer down. You sound as though you’ve been prac­tic­ing to say that to some­one for a while so I’m glad you final­ly got a chance to use your lit­tle para­graph. 1st of all, I don’t use myself as a punch­ing bag. 2nd, it’s fun­ny. 3rd, what research? I don’t need to do research to know that peo­ple are over­re­act­ing about these FB come­di­ans. It’s not that seri­ous, and I’m not going to be offend­ed because some­one else thinks I should. There are greater prob­lems going on than being made fun of regard­less of how long “black women have been punch­ing… Read more »
La Bandita

The fact that this had been going on for cen­turies is why indi­vid­u­al­ly you can’t see a pat­tern. If you would pick up a book you’re under­stand the degra­da­tion of the Black women is not a new thing, just a new gen­er­a­tion doing the same old same old.

Tess
Well, This is true. While it can be fun­ny, I have to admit, it gets repet­i­tive, bor­ing and bor­der­ing on scratch­ing my nerves and I’m not even amer­i­can. you’ve done well by call­ing the public’s atten­tion. But we should show, in per­son, if we are hurt by this. It’s a stereo­type. There are a lot of stereo­types out there. It can be sim­ply solved by call­ing who­ev­er out on it in per­son and destroy­ing such expec­ta­tions from your cir­cle of peo­ple. There are dif­fer­ent kinds of com­e­dy out there. Let’s not nit­pick this, but be strong about it and praise… Read more »
cerulean blue 86
I’ve been won­der­ing the same thing myself. Hon­est­ly, though men kind of have a track record of imi­tat­ing women for laughs/profit. Some of it is tal­ent and fun­ny, oth­er times I think it’s just lazi­ness, prob­a­bly a mix of arro­gance, too (i.e. I can be you but bet­ter). It’s crazy cause all the stereo­types they embody in the skit that gar­ners them praise are the very same stereo­types women are reject­ed for doing. Black men, I would say, do it the most, but it’s not lim­it­ed to them, think Mrs. Doubt­fire; men play­ing women dur­ing Shake­speare­an times when women were… Read more »
lis

Where are oth­er races of men doing this to the women in their race that is equiv­a­lent to what black males do?…enlighten us.

La Bandita

Doesn’t exist. Also oth­er groups also put their women on pedis­tals. So you have Black men with no pedis­tal for Black women and girls, but con­stant tear down and attacks.

AnonymousThouART

A black man can only par­o­dy a black woman, as can a white man par­o­dy a white woman. They observe us the most. It’s not that deep. I am hon­oured that they par­o­dy us not oth­er races

La Bandita

You hon­or being stereo­typed? That’s estu­pido…

devans00

This is why I can’t stand DL Hugh­ley. He got famous tear­ing down and mock­ing black women. He must not care that com­e­dy should “punch up” oth­er­wise it’s just cru­el.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, “Black Male Come­di­ans Go Viral by Mock­ing and Imi­tat­ing Black Women” isn’t a fad. It goes way back.

PurpNGold1

You can’t see it on an indi­vid­ual lev­el, but when you look at this trend over time, it’s real­ly dis­turb­ing. Then there’s the fact that for most of these guys, the peo­ple sup­port­ing them the most are black women. 

Men of oth­er races aren’t doing this.

maralondon

Men of oth­er races do it. May be you haven’t been exposed to it but I’ve seen it. On the oth­er hand though it tends to be more ani­mat­ed in my opin­ion when we are being imi­tat­ed.

La Bandita

They also put their women on pedis­tals so it evens out. With Black men there is no pedis­tal and con­stant attacks.

SFC G Clark

Short answer is because it’s fun­ny… it’s a fad right now. Move on.

Princerella Boutdatcheque
Princerella Boutdatcheque

yes its hilar­i­ous

kkass

They always do this to black men. This is not new or fun­ny.

La Bandita

No it’s not — do some research. That’s why his­to­ry keeps repeat­ing itself.

SFC G Clark
LA Ban­dits, I do appre­ci­ate your enthu­si­asm, and my research has been on par for a cou­ple of decades now. Trust and believe that. I AM Amer­i­can and I like to be enter­tained. Do your research on some of the fun­ni­est peo­ple in the world and the cul­tures in which they belong. Do your research. You will find that they are black peo­ple. Every oth­er eth­nic­i­ty that has a show­ing in com­e­dy picks on their cul­ture (George lopez and Jer­ry Sein­feld come to mind). Do your research. It may seem over­whelm­ing to you, but adjust the num­bers for how many… Read more »
La Bandita
Do some more research, because you’re say­ing noth­ing. I am not Amer­i­can and we’re watch­ing you humil­i­ate your­selves on the oth­er side. Richard Pry­or made the N — word pop­u­lar in pop cul­ture. He went to Africa to per­form and rich and mid­dle class Africans were laugh­ing and call­ing each oth­er the N — word and he said he real­ized he made a mis­take spread­ing that word. Then rap­pers took it and used it against each oth­er and add the B & H word for the girls. Do even more research, oth­er cul­tures doing it doesn’t make it right. That’s just… Read more »
maralondon

I recall post­ing a video of white Colom­bians black­ing up and doing bad imi­ta­tions of BW for laughs. As a result Young African Colom­bians took to the streets to protest. But as usu­al the whites don’t under­stand the back­lash because they are too busy bel­ly laugh­ing. I tend not to like see­ing grown men dressed up as women with wigs and make up so I avoid that type of enter­tain­ment.

La Bandita

My ex was White Columbian. In the coun­try they make fun of the Afro Columbians that go to the mar­ket with their bas­kets to shop. The women are brown and beau­ti­ful and some­times catch­es the eyes of rich men. So they make fun of them and ridi­cul­ing them, so the men wont fall for their beau­ty. AND that is want nor­mal­iz­ing the humil­i­a­tion of black women does.

Lisa Marbly-Warir
I’ve seen a few of them. Hon­est­ly I’ve nev­er tak­en offense (some of the skits, I’ve even had a good laugh about) When cer­tain stereo­types about us come up and some Black women get up In arms over it I won­der. If it’s not por­tray­ing a car­i­ca­ture of you why get upset? I shrug my shoul­ders because I often don’t relate to the skits that are act­ed out. I think some of the skits must hit too close to home for some. BUT With that said, we tend to be easy tar­gets. Our com­mu­ni­ty for the most part is not a cohe­sive… Read more »
La Bandita

LIES!!! Blacks peo­ple or women do no have to be mono­lith sheeple for this to be offen­sive OR be the stereo­type. Two words: love and loy­al­ty — many Black men don’t have it.

Lisa Marbly-Warir

I said SOME Black women, clear­ly not all. And the ones who DO get upset per­haps need to look with­in them­selves as to why it’s so upset­ting to them.

La Bandita

That argu­ment is so stu­pid. How about Black men stop try­ing to nor­mal­ized the humil­i­a­tion of Black women, which has been going on for cen­turies and you find so amus­ing. Be for women, chil­dren and pup­pies. Two words for you love and loy­al­ty — learn it and be it.

Leo

Mar­tin Lawrence (Sheneneh), Jamie Fox (Wan­da), Flip Wil­son (Ver­dine) and so many oth­er well known black male come­di­ans have laid down this “blue print” for suc­cess.. Inter­est­ing top­ic to explore fur­ther. And for the record, I can­not think of many oth­er groups that con­tin­u­al­ly make their women the butt of their jokes.

FeeFee

You for­got Tyler Perry–Madea.

Lauren
But that’s the prob­lem, all these black men got fame and recog­ni­tion main­ly out­side of the black com­mu­ni­ty after sell­ing out to put on a dress and a wig. We have nev­er seen Den­zel in a dress and Dave Chap­pelle ( don’t know if I spelled his last name right) basi­cal­ly cussed those peo­ple out he said he wasn’t bout to sell out and put on a dress. I don’t take any offense to it but it does it makes us look bad as black women get­ting made fun of and it makes are black men look like fools to… Read more »
maralondon

Didn’t Oprah inter­view Kevin Hart about this Hol­ly­wood rit­u­al. First time I’d seen Kevin Hart look­ing seri­ous was dur­ing this inter­view. He basi­cal­ly denounced Chapelle’s claims. Not long after Kevin did this skit where he was dressed as a lit­tle black girl with a typ­i­cal AA name. That was a bit sus­pect.

La Bandita

You are cor­rect. Part of White Suprema­cy make White women above reproach and Black women a reproach

T.J PHULL

Because there is no respect for black women even from their counter parts

swissmeans

i say its not about mock­ing black women. it’s called “in the clos­et homo­sex­u­als”. all these so called men are gay on the low and their just play­ing out their true desires in these skits.

TWA4now

Sure, some of it is fun­ny but does always have to be at the black woman’s expens­es?

Lyla

Final­ly! Some­one said it! Per­son­al­ly I think they like to dress as women as use com­e­dy as their cov­er. It’s anoth­er way of emas­cu­lat­ing the pow­er of a black man.

Princerella Boutdatcheque
Princerella Boutdatcheque

ye because the black man is not seen as mas­cu­line at all in soci­ety right? wrong! why else do cops fear black men.

Pontificator

This wasn’t an article…this was just a long ass ques­tion. Do bet­ter.

Michael Gros

Tina, I’m Glad you point­ed out what made this arti­cle feel so disin­gen­u­ous. Chap­pell quit at the height of his record break­ing fame mak­ing The Chap­pell Show because he said even­tu­al­ly “they” ask u to wear a dress n put on lip­stick (equiv­a­lent to what sum folks refer to as coon­ing)

Duck Dynasty

Black men have been talk­ing about ‘black men in a dress’ BS for years and were met with accu­sa­tions of tox­ic mas­culin­i­ty, hyper mas­culin­i­ty, and homo­pho­bia. Now black women are see­ing it as a stereo-type of them and the behav­ior deserves a seri­ous look?

cerulean blue 86

oh boohoo, you’re so mis­treat­ed and oppressed.

Jerri

And we agreed with you then.….….. at least some of us did.

cerulean blue 86

irk…how quick­ly they for­get

IamUSisME
This isnt some­thing that I can answer in short form, so if you’re unwill­ing to spend a few min­utes read­ing, then pass my com­ment by… Well, the truth is (and before I say it, no one should get mad at me for telling the truth as I see it because I can back it up with proof…easily) The truth is clear, the types of black women stereo­types that these men por­tray are rep­re­sen­ta­tive of many of the black women who post their per­son­al busi­ness, videos and pics on social media. We can­not deny that there are ghet­to, igno­rant, ratch­et, quick… Read more »
La Bandita

You are delu­sion­al. This has been going on for gen­er­a­tions. It’s part of a glob­al dis­re­spect for Black women. Im not Amer­i­can.

Isys

fun­ny, i have nev­er seen a “hoodrat” on insta­gram. i keep my cir­cle of influ­ence tight… fun­ny how these black men are wit­ness to so much tom­fool­ery. the com­pa­ny they like to keep is telling about the kind of peo­ple they are them­selves.

also, you can lam­poon some­one with­out mak­ing fun in mean­spir­it. i’m niger­ian ans the amount of nige­ri­ans mak­ing fun of our­selves and our par­ents is in a total­ly dif­fer­ent tone than black amer­i­can men mak­ing fun of black women.

Jerri

Am to go down with the lot of them just because I am a black woman? Read what you are say­ing! Because of the action of a few, come­di­ans (black men who know all types of black women) are allowed to por­tray neg­a­tive stereo­types of black women with­out fault or blame because it our fault we let the hood rats on post us on FB.….….….….

Tina

“While these and oth­er Insta­gram comedians…have some pret­ty fun­ny skits,”

“some of these skits are admit­ted­ly kind of fun­ny,”

I think you answered your own ques­tion.

Meik

Stop lik­ing, shar­ing, and yassssssss-ing their videos and maybe they will stop imi­tat­ing the hoodrats that raised them and the ones they choose to let sur­round them.

Angry Zimbabwean

The fact that you iden­ti­fied that there is a spe­cif­ic “hoodrat” vari­ety of black women means that you have under­stand­ing of what they are talk­ing about in these vines. And them mak­ing fun of it doesn’t mean that those are the kinds of women that raised them…Yal need to stop being so sen­si­tive, you have met the kinds of women they imi­tate in these vines and you laugh­ing doesn’t mean that you are one of them or that you sup­port that kind of behav­ior. It shouldn’t make you offend­ed or inse­cure about your­self, just laugh.

La Bandita

You need to learn love and loy­al­ty. Every oth­er group has it. Become it and use it.

Angry Zimbabwean

You also need to earn love and loy­al­ty

La Bandita

I have it for my sis­ters, that’s why I am not an Angry Zim­bab­wean lec­tur­ing her that her feels don’t count and she should get use to be laughed at and humil­i­at­ed -that’s love. And I stand with her — that’s loy­al­ty. You were unable to rec­og­nize them because it is for­eign to you.

Angry Zimbabwean

I have it for my sis­ters too. And not every black woman I meet is my sis­ter. It takes a lot more than us shar­ing the same skin colour for me to be loy­al too. I have fam­i­ly of all races and my degree of loy­al­ty is not deter­mined by how dark their skin is

La Bandita

White Super­ma­cy is built on the hatred of Black girls and women. Racism has to be taught. Black men are teach­ing every one how to humil­i­ate us. My daugh­ter is full Black. Any­one who makes fun of her is dead to me. Col­orism, anti Black thing­ing (which is White Super­ma­cy) dies with me. I am free­ing her. The world will respect her.

Angry Zimbabwean

Is there any demo­graph­ic that black women do not have issues with in the world?

La Bandita

Racial gas lighter. But fol­low your own advise and laugh at the humil­i­a­tion of Black women. It’s noth­ing new — if you know his­to­ry it’s been going on for cen­turies. Obvi­ous­ly you want it to con­tin­ue. Have fun.

Saucylita

I guess when white peo­ple make videos mock­ing Africans as bar­bar­ians, mon­keys etc. Africans shouldn’t be offend­ed cos after­all, they’re not talk­ing about them as they’re not those ‘kinds of peo­ple’

Rob Jay

Good head­line and con­cept that I do agree with but all of the ads and fail­ure to explore the the­sis kind of sold this arti­cle short

La Bandita

Black male come­di­an equals White wife hatred of Black women.

Zane

Black women make them hot. Go through their IG fol­low­ers etc list and I can guar­an­tee you that the major­i­ty of them are black women.

CAliQueen

This is true!

Itumeleng
And that’s the mis­take black women make. I don’t lis­ten to black males for enter­tain­ment at all. I stopped watch­ing the Eddie Mur­phys and Mar­tin Lawrences a looong time ago when I peeped their game. I don’t lis­ten to any rap or any music by black males in gen­er­al. It degrades us as black women and I won’t pay a dime to watch or lis­ten to black male bol­locks. They have effec­tive­ly make it ok for black women to be a laugh­ing stock. Black women should starve them of atten­tion, peri­od and see their so called pop­u­lar­i­ty plum­met a hun­dred fold.… Read more »
lis

Thank you.….they get rich and pop­u­lar off of Black women…why do Black women need to be told not to sup­port their own degra­da­tion?

maralondon

In terms of the neg­a­tive rap that’s out there and the videos to go with them it’s usu­al­ly the WM who are respon­si­ble for heav­i­ly endors­ing this crap. It’s evi­dent that much of the pos­i­tive stuff is reject­ed by those who con­trol the Indus­try. They could care­less about the dam­age they are doing to BW and BM’s image, rep­u­ta­tion and cred­i­bil­i­ty.

La Bandita

I agree.

Bella
You have to decide if your issue is the content/material or the deliv­ery. I pret­ty sure that ignor­ing or wish­ing the prob­lem away isn’t going to change any­thing. The rea­son these skits are so pop­u­lar is because it’s easy to iden­ti­fy with them. Remem­ber, these char­ac­ter skits are imi­ta­tion, not total fab­ri­ca­tion. Either you know a friend or some­one who at some point act­ed this way, or you have or would act that way under cer­tain cir­cum­stances. The change you’re talk­ing about calls for social change. When act­ing this way stops being a norm then this come­di­ans won’t have any­one… Read more »
Itumeleng

I no not know any women that behave this way. Why don’t they make fun of black men? There is plen­ty to laugh at where black men are con­cerned yet black women are a con­ve­nient scape­goat and the butt of joke for prof­it.
Not sur­prised at black male behav­ior. They will sell their own moth­ers and daugh­ters for a few cents.

This is mod­ern day min­strel shows and you seem to think its ok.

khepra Bey

That’s a lie

Justice S

No it’s the truth men don’t respect women the black male needs to learn to empow­er and respect us or white peo­ple will always keep us divided.The black males are doing a good enough job of divid­ing us them­selves.

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