Folks Drag Man For Failing Miserably At Teaching A White Girl How To Be Black
Folks thought his time could have been used in much better ways.
Since Donald Trump's administration has recommended social distancing restrictions across the U.S., people have been forced to stay home and entertain themselves. While there has certainly been a flood of hilarious memes and videos to come out of the social distancing, some celebrities have stepped up to provide a glimpse of normalcy and a slight distraction from the negative news circulating the world.
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DJ D-Nice took it upon himself to host a party on his Instagram Live, giving folks all kinds of nostalgia vibes. Erykah Badu decided she wasn't going to let the coronavirus stop her from being great and gave us a concert. Singer JoJo even gave us some entertainment by remixing her song "Leave (Get Out)" to remind us we still need to be washing our hands and using common sense during all of this.
But among the inspiring and hilarious memes, there was one user who could have used his time to do something a bit more productive. A user on TikTok thought he could give a quick lesson to a young white girl on how to be Black by feeding into stereotypes and having her repeat sayings.
I want this man in jail pic.twitter.com/ykNibcFlrA— Tri ⁷ (@THEEEhottie) March 23, 2020
However, true to Twitter, folks had to remind him to go ahead and log off for the day.
The video left some people completely lost for words.
Some people thought of other places that might be more suitable for him.
Others knew exactly what to say in response to the video.
— The Fool (@RowanSBP) March 24, 2020
snoop said it better pic.twitter.com/kkGh37NYEN— 𐄹 ⺀𝗹𝗮𝘆𝘀 𝘁𝗶𝗻𝘆 𝗻𝗼𝘁𝗲𝗯𝗼𝗼𝗸 ﾂ ⁷ ♡ (@diormalajah) March 24, 2020
he need to go pic.twitter.com/TZSm5rzura— 🥕Ash 🥕⁷ (@91_ming_) March 23, 2020
Some people thought the video was uncalled for and that he should have given her a lesson on the Black struggle.
how about instead of teaching her 'how to be black' you teach her about the struggles black people go through and how to respect them and their culture. this isn't fcking iit
— shafaq⁷ ☾ (@fishinwithjin) March 24, 2020
These the black people that love being the stereotypes, I hate people like him— Luffy (@Wan_the_donn) March 24, 2020