Black Folks On Twitter Are Celebrating Eid Mubarak With #BlackoutEid And We Are Blessed

Happy Eid Mubarak!

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| June 15 2018,

8:48 pm

Ever since #BlackoutDay was created to celebrate our black excellence and beauty, it has expanded to fabulous levels! There are now many specific Blackout hashtags celebrating various facets of the black experience, and today we're highlighting Eid Mubarak!  

So, what is Eid Mubarak? It is a Muslim greeting, with "Eid" meaning "celebration" and "Mubarak" meaning "blessed." The celebratory salutation is used during festivals for Eid al-Adha after Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr in the month of Dhul Haj, which is the 12th and final Islamic month. 

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With today being Eid al-Fitr, of course, Black Twitter had to show up and show out for the celebration, and we were here for every minute.

We couldn't get enough of the striking beauty displayed on our social media feeds. Talk about stunning

— Yasmeen ✨ (@yasmoney__) June 15, 2018

Gotta hit them angles #blackouteid— Ahlam (احلام) (@AhlamETC) June 15, 2018

Call me the crescent because I’ve blessed you with my presence✨#EidMubarak #BlackOutEid— و (@Naimandat) June 15, 2018

mix of Destiny’s child, just a lil touch of Madonna’s wild style and Janet Jackson’s smile🤩 #blackouteid #eidmubarak— Muna🇸🇴 (@MuunaOsman) June 15, 2018

Your wcw couldn't take proper pichos#SunjKoriteh220 #BlackoutEid #EidMubarak— eabd-allah🇬🇲 (@KorrJorrJeng) June 15, 2018

#blackouteid— èra (@Baecutable) June 15, 2018

Eid Mubarak 🌹 #BlackoutEid— 🌹 (@hxbon) June 15, 2018

My flower 🌸 #EidMubarak #BlackoutEid— Abdallah (@babymire_) June 15, 2018

THE FAMILY #BlackOutEid— Leila (@_leelaw) June 15, 2018

Oh, and check out our fave, Magid Magid! We all know he can't resist the rap squat:


Oh, and we have to pay homage to the creator of this specific hashtag:

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