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As a result, she deftly “Black throated” her way to a rather prominent (though thankfully short-lived) position in hip hop.
When these white women come to us and ask us to bastardize our craft, we must stop selfishly and blindly co-signing them.
Kylie Jenner captured the attention of the world after she got lip injections, wider hips and started rocking cornrows in all her Instagram pictures.
Her bigger lips, body shape and new hairstyle were all things borrowed from the black culture.
For business reasons, Black men readily go along with these devious white women without thinking about what it looks like to buck dance for them while Black women are left guarding the culture.
If the culture doesn’t automatically include Black women and their bodies, then we’re saying that white women matter more to us than Black women ever have and that the violent way white women discard Black women is a worthy trade off for a whiter audience. I.’s business savvy and I suspect a cadre of Black ghostwriters who wrote every word on her debut album.
A link to the You Tube version of this video has been attached for your viewing pleasure, but if you are unsure that you will be able to exercise restraint and not snap off completely, let me give you a quick synopsis and spare you from wasting 10 minutes of your life.
These white women do not care about our Black art or us.
The saddest part about her tactless, fabricated and racist remarks was the Black man who sat next to her and mockingly encouraged her rant.
A link to the You Tube version of this video has been attached for your viewing pleasure, but if you are unsure that you will be able to exercise restraint and not snap completely off, let me give you a quick synopsis and spare you from wasting 10 minutes of your life.
These women are not acting alone; they rely on Black men to further their culturally appropriative agenda.
White entertainers leverage their audiences and music industry connections as a means to get Black producers and rappers to feature and co-sign them, and give them hip hop’s sound and swag.