Lupita Nyongo

Lupita Nyong'o posted this photo of her Black Panther cast mates on an international first class flight. The pajama clad cast is busy promoting Black Panther which is inspiring African pride in many American blacks.

Pictured are actors Chadwick Boseman (far right), Lupita (2nd from right) and Michael B. Jordan (center).

Not everyone is thrilled that it takes a fantasy movie to instill African pride in black people in America.

One African blogger on Movie Alley had this to say about the hoopla surrounding the movie:

"Black Panther is about to hit theatres this week and by the response from the online black community, you would think that each ticket stub comes with a voucher for reparations.

I think it’s quite fascinating while embarrassing, that it takes a fictional character to inspire African pride amongst a people who have shunned it for so long."

The blogger criticized people who organize movie showings but can't be bothered to organize donations to provide water to thirsty residents of Cape Town, South Africa.

"When Hoteps tell blacks that we’re African, the usual response is “we don’t know what part of Africa we’re from”. But when Stan Lee gives them Black Panther, now all of a sudden these people are from the imaginary Wakanda."

  • Julia Lyons

    The Dutch need to take care of Cape Town. No shame here...I will enjoy this movie!

  • Yoni7

    Hi Cousins!

  • Pamela

    I'm in Cape Town right now and the drought is real y'all. Pray with us for some rain.

  • Noirluv45

    Many Africans need to STHU. They come over here turning their noses up at us, acting as if their shyt don't stink, and then have the audacity to say what we should do.

    I'm sick and tired of people always picking us apart.

  • Jackie Byrd

    Some people are just ridiculous one things has nothing to with the other. Everyone has different things that inspire them and every country and city has different issues they are dealing with so why does he think because they have an issue in their area that everyone supposed to drop what they are doing to recognize them. Please.

  • Dowoop

    This movie has nothing to do with African pride for me. Its just about supporting the black cast/crew. Plus it just looks like a good movie.

  • Jackie Byrd

    Me too and I bought my ticket last week and will get it on dvd when it comes out. And he needs to realize everyone is inspired by what they are inspired by whether its real or not and from what I understand movies are to entertain and inspire. The hate is sad you can't even celebrate things just because someone has a different view.

  • Marlika

    I never cared for Lupita. Never understood the hype behind her.

    I love everyone else in the cast and look forward to see Black Panther.

  • CaramelDrop

    Africa Africans stay disgruntled about some ish we have going on, ugh.
    Look writer, this movie is called BLACK Panther, being released during BLACK history month and perfectly planned to be released during BLACK folks Christmas. Your beef is with Marvel NOT American BLACKS. Marvel is following the coin and we are supporting our ALL BLACK everything - get over yourselves like we got over you selling our ancestors.

  • Julia Lyons

    ?????

  • Julia Lyons

    Exactly

  • klwbaby

    That blogger needs to calm down with that ridiculous assumption. Maybe black people are happy to see a movie where the leading characters are black and they are not asking, "Is we sick, boss?".

  • WutizstillHERE!

    Smokey Robinson has this video out and he made some OH wow statements. He said that we as black people are quick to inherit names they give us and basically it should be the other way around. If the original man originated in Africa and evolved based on migration to the different shades of people we have now shouldn't we just be called Africans and the others be named African European, African Asians, African Hispanics? I mean if we are using their rule that talks about the "One Drop" makes you black then this is a world of Africans...

  • Mia Said so

    No dont say that.. come on know thats our sista.. come on.. Ms. Marlika (smile)

  • Mia Said so

    yup, yup and Yup i agree

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Stop stealing my thoughts. I'm not African, Africans don't embrace my American black ass. I'm excited, proud, and happy for the black history this movie is making for this group of diverse actors. American blacks are a bred culture. We were created in a lab called America by other human beings. Our genes, features, and culture is a mix of a lot of other diverse groups... including and as a foundation, Africa. But I don't appreciate their struggles and they don't mine. If Africans embrace this movie for their own prideful reasons, great! I hope it also represents them well.

  • CrunchyBlack1

    man they finna get that bag when BP crosses over the billi and the 2 billi+ mark!

  • WutizstillHERE!

    The most pleasurable sight I had many years ago was when I walked into the Tuskegee airmen movie and saw it equally filled with both blacks and whites. not just young white people but older white men and women there. I said that to say we aren't the only ones that will support this movie I hope that to be the case. I hope that eventually the crowd will be just as diverse when a new black action hero comes out as the latest Batman or Superman and it becomes the norm. I would love to see a white kid running around pretending to be Black Panther just as easily as it is for our kids to want to be superman or batman..

  • SweetTEE

    That picture... can't you just smell the shea and cocoa butter ??? Love it!

  • SweetTEE

    I can honestly say I saw an older white couple trying to preorder the tickets about a month ago. They were uber excited and It made me smile.

  • SweetTEE

    Say it louder for the people in the back!!

  • shun king

    she let that white man rape her in that slave movie. thats why everybody like her

  • Pamela

    You sound stupid.

  • Kanyade

    "I think it’s quite fascinating while embarrassing, that it takes a fictional character to inspire African pride"

    --------------------

    BOO! It can take fictional and nonfictional characters, people, movements, etc. to inspire folks. That Alley blogger is overgeneralizing. His/Her opinion, but definitely a generalization, not a reality.

  • Noirluv45

    Why? Because I'm telling the truth and that bothers you? I may sound stupid to you (and don't think I give a rat's ass what you think), but I'm telling the truth. Deal with it.

  • Yoni7

    perfectly planned to be released during BLACK folks Christmas
    ________

    LMAOOOOOOOOO I see what you did there! LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    Drop the top and let the sunshine in, dammit!
    #noshade

  • MoniquetheGeek

    by the response from the online black community, you would think that each ticket stub comes with a voucher for reparations
    _____________
    I wonder what white folk think each ticket stub comes with for ALL those Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings movies?

  • CaramelDrop

    ???

  • CrunchyBlack1

    that's why I don't claim the whole Africa, knowing the reason why blacks are her in the first place. to add insult to injury american blacks inspired this comic, he just used Africa as a template for the story line.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    This post is absolutely bogus. Those snakes will do and say anything and everything to belittle people of color. What a weak and petty race of people.
    Good night Roses. Going home early today.
    Smooches

  • CrunchyBlack1

    the dumb whites think each ticket will fund a new africa, where they have no access to pillage.

  • Noirluv45

    I wonder if that upset African blogger is aware of that? Probably not. He just needed an excuse to shoot arrows at us. Another thing that gets me is they talk so much yang yang about us, yet they sure rode on our Civil Right's backs, didn't they?

  • CaramelDrop

    The $113.11 I spent on those 7 tickets says we’re getting better at supporting each other?????

  • MoniquetheGeek

    The African blogger is secretly SR, family, or a close friend. There can't be that many people comparing black joy for an imaginary country to real life African issues. I refuse to believe.

  • Rayne

    Can they get any more madder?!?!?

  • Angela Flowers

    What Happened to Chadwick Boseman? He used to be so hot when he played "42". Maybe it's stress...

  • tintin

    oh you don't know Sandra, she hates when something is going good for blacks. so this is a triumphant for blacks and in the process she knocks us down for not donating to Africa.

    I'm sorry Sandra, get off your dumb argument. I'm gonna support the movie and honestly if the money goes to help people of AFrica fine, if it doesn't fine. Life goes on and life has been going on.

    you see the biggest black movie being released and all you can do is come with your shenanigans. you go donate to africa and get off our A$$. you don't know if people on this board are helping and you don't know how many actors are helping in AFrica, so stop

  • rory
  • Noirluv45

    You have something there. I know others on here have made claims like that on other threads as well. ?

  • CrunchyBlack1

    exactly! I mean why they aint come fight for us, after they realized they were duped? Acting stuck up, like they aint have to come to america to live better? They mad we weren't killed off during slavery, now they gotta face the aficans they thought were scummy enough to enslave and sell. Prolly mad that its america black culture that runs/influence the world's trends.

  • Noirluv45

    You aren't telling any lies! ????

  • imright

    i cant wait to see this !! ??????

  • Julia Lyons

    My Grandson is obsessed with Captain America. I am going to take him to see Black Panther. If he takes to him, he will have a BP themed party for his birthday in May.

  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    It is something to be said about the level of anger, ignorance and disrespect people (of all color actually) spew, when the black community chooses to celebrate something......so WHAT!! if people are excited and are choosing to collectively take over the theaters EVERYWHERE.. and make this a very very BLACK THING...you're just mad and we don't CARE. You're mad that there is black movie being released where the characters, are not slaves, former slaves, criminals, criminals gone good after being released from prison, gang members, former gang members saving the hood with the help of their super smart white sidekick........Finally there is a movie that represents a world were blacks originated from.....where they're fighting against colonization ...and guess what...THERE is not a white character who will bring the black answer....this movie is depicting black women as leaders and fighters side by side with the men.......not some concubine being romanticized by their white or damn near white love interest......or an apron wearing hand ringing crying ass sad black wife/mother worried about their black sons or husbands.... THIS is black blackness...and YES we know it's a MARVEL Comic...and YES we know Wakanda is no more real than Zumenda.... BUT you are missing the point...WE ARE HYPED by the energy of the story...WE are hyped by the spirit...We are hyped about the synergy of being united...if only for 88 minutes in a dark theater....we don't know what this movie will inspire...something great may very well be conceived among the community...(sorry had to edit)..

  • MissyJ

    Only read first sentence then had to say that how I felt for hidden figures.

  • Marlika

    I’m sorry Ms. Mia I just don’t care for her. ?

  • Pitty Patty

    I got my dashiki and beret ready!!!

  • Coy little wink

    This is a bait post huh

    Auntie you don't care either way do u?

  • Marlika

    I never watched 12 years a slave. But people need to stop hyping her ass up!! There are other great black actresses that deserve the shine she’s getting.

  • Dem Moore

    Why couldent they have raised the money for the boats to come get us, way back when. It's African Americans who put blacks on the map, even the Haitians came through fa us but not a word from the mother land. They owe us an apology before they get any wata.

  • Marlika

    Remember Marcus Garvey was trying to do that. But his planned failed because instead of supporting him Black folks laughed at him.

  • Julia Lyons

    Lol...no apology no water???

  • Ms.Vanilla

    We already support each other. Every time a black person yells foul we come together for the cause. Chile don't let them fool you. We come together when we really need to.

  • KcoolMuziq

    When I went to a SAG screening of '12 Years A Slave' it was 90% whites in attendance. They ABSOLUTELY love to see us in films like this and cried their eyes out. They get off on it.

  • Branch Davidian

    I think people should be excited considering that not too long ago, if Black Panther would have been made at all, Tom Cruise would have been the lead. I think this movie, besides the fact that it looks like it will be a great story, shows that Blacks can be equal and vital parts of a larger whole (MCU). Me personally, I find it interesting that people want to talk sh*t about Blacks being invested in a movie yet it is historic and awesome that people are equally invested in a TV show about a dude who died because a Crock Pot was broken....

  • PLEASEDontTellMe
  • Dem Moore

    In 1824, Haitian President, Jean-Pierre Boyer, invited United States Blacks to migrate to Haiti, which by then ruled over the entire island of Hispaniola. Various U.S. families settled in Samaná and prospered...poor Haiti

  • Dem Moore

    How was Haiti sending boats fa us way back then....but yet Africa never sent a post card. Girl.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    I feel you. Blacks should have packed up and hit the road. Who ever heard of getting freed and staying right there amongst the oppressors. Blacks should have left like the Hebrews did. Burn the road up.

  • PLEASEDontTellMe
  • Yoni7

    And that concludes the comment section for THIS post, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for attending and we hope to see you again. Good night.

    *shuts off lights, mic, air conditioner/heat, wraps up a to-go plate, locks up and goes home*

  • morenYAHdelsur

    This is a self-loathing post. Why be so critical? It’s a damn movie! Truth is, we’ve always had traitors, whether recent or in the past. Being so critical of SELF and seeking yt validation is like striking GOLD! SR is just playing her part.

  • morenYAHdelsur

    I can’t stand youuu dammit! LOL ?

  • Yoni7

    So did yall see how some YT unveiled the statue that depicts Queen Nefertiti as white?

  • KB

    ROFLMAO!

  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    you already knowwwwwwwwww thooooooooo Yoni!!

  • CaramelDrop

    But Please I. Am. A whole biological fertile woman lol

  • Applebootay

    I loved to be Nupita right now...sandwiched between those two....Owwww

  • tt

    Yessssssssss. Looks nothing like the iconic bust we all know

  • Ryan

    For once I thought this would be a positive post about blacks (outside of Kelly Rowland and other certain ladies). With all that blacks have gone through in this country, instead of calling out the racists who have raped, beaten and killed black people all of these years and continue to do so, you save your ire for a pro-black MOVIE?

    Interesting.

  • tintin

    and it's safe to say, Sandra will not be celebrating her own.
    i think she hates being black... i'm now assuming this is the case why she constantly bashes her own.

    Answer this question for me Sandra??? are you hateful of your people and skin color?

  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    I don't know for sure Sandra Rose is black...or female for that matter. And i'm not even throwing real shade....there have been some posts, that make me actually take a pause..and consider who actually is behind this site...Ion know Tintin.....Sandra has always been a mystery.

  • Applebootay

    Sadly, there is some truth to it. Her job is to create controversy to get comments. She could have ended it on a positive note by saying that "whatever or whoever it takes, instilling black pride is always a positive thing...

  • Mama Dee’s Wig Maker

    Yeah I saw that mess...they still trying to claim Egypt and it's greatness. Nah that's all us yippo. Someone said the bust looked like Barbara Streisand in a bad Halloween costume lol.

  • Mama Dee’s Wig Maker

    Two beautiful ladies and three fine ass men. Hey Chadwick!!

  • Applebootay

    Blackity
    Black
    Black
    Black

  • Applebootay

    Where you get a to-go plate?...LOL

  • SweetTEE

    Chadwick is boo..lordy. And this movie is the closest Michael will get to a black women lol

  • Applebootay
  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    Queen

  • Enoughsaid2020

    This is a shade blog, ran by a different hue, so I'm not surprised.

  • Applebootay

    I'm rooting for EVERYBODY BLACK!!!

  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS hun-TEEE YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS...i can't wait to see all these beautiful black people blacking it all the way up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i can't wait i can't wait....

  • Enoughsaid2020

    Beautiful!

  • PLEASEDontTellMe

    LMAO....Blackity, Black, Black, Black all the way up.

  • PLEASEDontTellMe
  • Mia Said so

    I respect you my sissy .. ( smile)

  • Dem Moore

    girl try waiting in the water for so long you gotta make a song to ease the wait, waiting in wataaaa aaa, waiting and waiting, I'm still waiting in water.

  • Ryan

    Somebody said this blog used to get 800+ comments per post. ?

  • Solstice

    Auntie?! Can you stop hating on this movie? Some of us are Marvel fans and Black Panther piqued my interest when he was debuted in Captain America. Others of us are looking forward to a positive movie with a majority black cast, black lead, and director. This is awesome for our children to see a black Marvel superhero! It’s not just blacks that are excited, it’s garnering worldwide excitement! And critics are calling it a Marvel best!! Let us and the starring cast have our moment!! ??BLACK PANTHER. This has been your PSA for the year ? Thank you!

  • Solstice

    Chile!! ? Chadwick would have me sinning lol ?

  • Solstice

    Thank you!! ??

  • Solstice

    That is beautiful!!! I plan on ordering me and my daughter’s tomorrow night ???

  • morenYAHdelsur

    ??????
    We’ve been waiting for generations huh!

  • http://ebonynsweet.com Ebony N’ Sweet

    We dont call ourselves Black or African anymore. It's Ebony N' Sweet... haaa check out my website though! Click the link in my bio

  • Evillene

    The truth? Fictional Africa is less scary than real Africa. Real Africa is violent, poor, primitive, corrupt, politically volatile and there is no widespread sense of pride or solidarity among black Africans. Many Africans dont give a sh*t about those of us in the West -- their African ancestors sold our African ancestors away and we never even got a "sorry, my bad, brother!" So the fantasy of the proud nation of Wakanda is way better than the real thing.

  • http://ebonynsweet.com Ebony N’ Sweet

    I ain't going lie.. I thought about the same thing. Black people don't support each other..... If we see a black business, we walk on the other side of the street and go to the white people's store instead lol

  • Coffee1st

    ...invested in a TV show about a dude who died because a Crock Pot was broken.
    _______________
    If I see that foolishness in my news feed one. more. time. ?

  • Zedian Queen

    Your stupidity and ignorance is mind boggling...bet your ghetto ratchet self doesnt even hold a passport and you will never see that beautiful continent...stay blessed in your self hate.

  • SweetTEE

    YES FATHER GOD!!!! I would be sooo brazen too lol

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    "Answer this question for me Sandra??? are you hateful of your people and skin color?"

    I'm sorry you think that I hate my own people because I refuse to be herded into the theater like sheep. ?

  • Dreadboi

    Blade was a supermovie with a black famous lead but guessing that doesn't count...

  • dinedaaka

    Yes, two families in particular are noted to have migrated from the US to Haiti. The Holly and Cox families.

  • Jygalo

    Can’t we just enjoy the movie?!?

  • Real Name

    It did when you had to get approval through email. Thats when it was a gossip blog, entertainment where you would come to let your hair down. Now its turned into a political blog with Barbra Walters reporting. Mostly everything is so serious kind of a drag. I still ??? love Sandy tho.

  • ?Royalty?

    Whateva....?

    Can't wait until the 16th!!!!???

  • ?Royalty?

    "......people are equally invested in a TV show about a dude who died because a Crock Pot was broken..."

    ?What in the Shake n Bake h?ll are you talking about? ????

  • ?Royalty?

    Thank you.?????? This is why you will never hear me claim to be "African American". More than half of us have never been to Africa and they have never claimed us.

    Dane Calloway on YouTube.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The only reason I post politics is because Democrats refuse to accept the results of the election.

  • Real Name

    Its ok Aunty, I still love the blog and will continue reading your stories & comments from the roses & thorns.

  • Evillene

    Ignorant maybe but not stupid. No, my "ghetto ratchet self" has never been to Africa...but I CAN read. And I understand that the truth can hurt, so I forgive you.

  • http://browngirltightcurl.blogspot.com nellboogie

    I currently live in Africa, Doll, you are off-base...

  • Dontgetdraggedhoe??

    "which is inspiring African pride in many American blacks." You tried it

  • Disgustd

    Or not even black. You know trolls nowadays love to pose as black on sites like this. Virtual CoIntelpro lives.

  • Disgustd

    Have you ever been to Africa? Just curious to know.

  • Disgustd

    So...we are here b/c of why/who? So..you are mad at THEM and not the kidnappers?

  • Disgustd

    Interesting. What's tragic about your beliefs is that we (who obviously are the same b/c Mama Africa's genes cannot be denied) see each other through our shared enemies eyes. They see us how whites have brainwashed them to see us and we do the same. How tragic is that? To see your sisters and brothers through the eyes of the one who kidnapped you and robbed you of your birthright.

  • Solstice

    Yes indeed. You are right! Michael Jai White? However idk if that was Marvel? I cannot remember. However I do remember that the cast was not predominantly black and I do not believe the director was black either. Regardless this film has become exciting to MANY people across the globe ? and I am all for it! ??

  • Yoni7

    It was at this lecture/sermon/black convention. Did you miss the speech? LOL You know we always got food and Chek pop on deck.

  • Yoni7

    LMAO Somebody said Jen from Trader Joe's. LOL

  • Yoni7

    YAAAASSSS!!! *touch and agree*

  • Pamela

    Idiotic comment

  • Pamela

    You mean you have never been to Africa, the COUNTRY, right?

  • Pamela

    I just adore this talented brother

  • Pamela

    Your comment sounds ignorant.

  • Pamela

    You may never claim your Africanessz but your DNA will always expose you. Idiot.

  • Pamela

    I can tell that 90% of these commenters did not go to college. Sad indeed.

  • sunni_daze

    Haters gone hate and for the right price people will down there own for a come up. Either way I going to see it and may fuck around and see it all weekend.

  • sunni_daze

    That's not true for all black people.

  • Pamela

    Sandra is not Black. She is as English as white snow. Said in my Idris Alba English accent.

  • sunni_daze

    Have you been or are you just speaking of what you see on white controlled media. Remember Africa is the only continent that needs nothing from any other continent it was made with everything. That is why the foreigners are raping her dry.

  • Doink_Ahanahue

    The Black Panther character 1st appeared in Marvel comics in 1966!!!! This has been a character for many years. Marvel fans know this. All the other Superheroes (pretty much) have had movies. This one finally has one too. Yes, he is Black, yes black people are excited. But even though I am Black, I don't even know if my ancestry goes to Africa. This is not about that. It's a MOVIE!! It doesn't make me any more or less proud to be Black.

    ...and as for the hate on Stan Lee, he created this character during a time when there was still much outright prejudice going on. But notice some of his attributes: Along with possessing enhanced abilities achieved through ancient Wakandan ritual, T'Challa also relies on his genius intellect, rigorous physical training, martial arts skill, access to advanced technologies and wealth to combat his enemies and foes.

    A Black character portrayed in a positive light! Say what you want, but many Blacks don't portray each other in this positive a view

  • sunni_daze

    You shouldn't speak on what you don't know. Lies are printed daily.

  • sunni_daze

    Continent. Africa is a continent

  • Pamela

    Sarcasm my friend, sarcasm.

  • sunni_daze

    Oh. okay

  • Ang

    They will. I saw several little white girls carrying Princess Tiana dolls when Princess and the Frog was out. Kids don't care about race until their parents put it in them that the black dolls/characters aren't for them.

  • Lucy

    We have ALWAYS had pride!

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Yes...twice, and I have plenty of African friends, acquaintances, and co-workers....they make it loud and clear we are not the same. I am an American tourist in their country. And everytime they complain about America, I tell them to get out and we all laugh and drink. But the boundaries are real.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Are you saying I have vitiligo? ?

  • Quitedeliteful

    Africa is violent, poor, primitive, corrupt, politically volatile and there is no widespread sense of pride or solidarity among black Africans
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Obviously you have not been to Africa. I have been to Kenya and Senegal and I can assure you this statement is not true at all!!!

  • Quitedeliteful

    Don't believe everything you read... Go to the continent and see for yourself...

  • ?Royalty?

    Take it somewhere else B00tyscratcher. ??? Blocked

  • ?Royalty?

    Continue to cape for ancestors that don't even recognize your existence. ??

  • Waya Hedia

    you first. It is easier to leave now than it ever was.

  • Trace da Ace

    I second that!!

  • Trace da Ace

    i could have sworn that was a hospital room....not first class....

  • Lucy

    I don't know what you mean by "we" but just about every black black person I know ,including myself, support black businesses. IJS

  • Lucy

    OMG...Its a comic book for crying out loud. You admitted that you have never been to any of the countries in Africa so why would you even make a statement like that? Every country, including the good ole' US of A has violence, corruption an poor people. You really need to educate yourself.

    "Africans dont give a sh*t about those of us in the West -- their African ancestors sold our African ancestors away and we never even got a "sorry, my bad, brother!"
    ____________________________________________________I
    I really feel for you ,whoever you are. You are lost and need to a TRUTHFUL history lesson.

  • CrunchyBlack1

    Im not absolving kkkrackas of anything. just stating the obvious that we were not stolen from africa initially. The africa enslavers sold us to them in the beginning.

  • http://ebonynsweet.com Ebony N’ Sweet

    Then I wasn't talking about you.... Get out your feelings, boo.

  • http://ebonynsweet.com Ebony N’ Sweet

    yes it is.

  • sunni_daze

    Speak for yourself. You are not the voice of blacks, you are the voice of you.

  • http://ebonynsweet.com Ebony N’ Sweet

    First of all African Americans don't refer to themselves as 'the blacks' lol... You not even one of us lol

  • EMILY POST

    funniest comment

  • EMILY POST

    Keep doing your thing you are one of the only blogs that dont censor comments.... Liberal blogs are the most censored blogs because they want to 100% control the message and conversation. You should be proud of the fact that your blog allows so much freedom of thought its rare in todays internet spaces. Extremely rare for a black blog ...

  • sunni_daze

    Clearly you trolling and like tf I said don't speak for blacks, negros, african americans or any other word used to describe people of color. Speak on what and who you know

  • Lucy

    Not in my feelings sweetie. "We" is inclusive. Just stating the facts.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    I don't think they would accept me but yes, it is easier.

  • Dem Moore

    Ok that's was the point. Go shopping or something.