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Carmelo Wore His Limited Edition Uncle Hat Especially For Our Tweets Of The Week

Light reading as you deck them halls.

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It’s been a long time. We shouldn’t have left you without some dope tweets to step to, Blavity Fam, and we're sorry. But now, just in time for the holiday season, we're back. And our gift to you is a collection of Black Twitter’s finest tweets of the week.

They’re entirely free, and we'd love it if you regift them.

You’re welcome.

We start things off this week with Carmelo Anthony giving a new meaning to the word "fly:"




We found ourselves with only one question after coming across the following tweet: Is nothing sacred?!




As cuffing season ends, we hope (for your sake) you have your life jackets ready. 



Once again, we were treated to white people showing us where their priorities reside:




Speaking of, Brad better ask a granny for some purse candy:




This guy is asking all the right questions. 




Here's a PSA to all Black parents: WE. DON'T. KNOW. Just watch the dang video!



Erykah told y'all she's half Colt 45 and Newports, did she not?


Jacquees took to Instagram this week to declare himself the king of R&B, and everybody and their mama had something to say about it. Many musicians took to Twitter to crown Chris Brown the current king of the genre, but this user decided to settle the matter once and for all:




If we can remain on the topic of Jacquees for a little longer, we'd like to announce we might have found his actual title:




St. Becalis has taught the world innumerable life lessons. And here's another one:




In other truths, can we acknowledge although Blackness isn't a monolith, some things are universal?


Finally, dear fam, we leave you with this gem. When the person no one invited shows up to the function anyway...




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Ashleigh is a writer, podcaster and sh*t talker based in Atlanta, GA. She likes food, Beyonce, social justice and the whole bott--er, a glass of wine. Don't start none, won't be none.