In the past few weeks, it seems that white people have been all too eager to call the police upon a sighting of melanin. The most recent instance took place in Oakland, California, where a white woman called the police on two black men trying to barbecue. When the woman realized that she should have minded her business because the area was a designated area to charcoal grill, she began to cry a stream of white tears that no one is here for.
Fast forward to now, fellow residents of Oakland have since decided to turn up the petty meter by having a full-blown cookout in the same spot that she tried to run them out of.
A white woman thought it her civic duty to call the police on a few black couples using a grill in a public park. So the melanated masses of Oakland clapped back in the best way ever. They threw their own cookout & did the electric slide at that very same site, Lake Merritt Park pic.twitter.com/C4xnKtzPrB— THE BLACK MAGIC NETWORK (@theblackmagicnw) May 13, 2018
But those who aren't in the Oakland area have added their due pettiness by turning this woman into the most appropriate meme ever.
We have to wonder at what point was she triggered and compelled to call the police. Was it more than one black person congregated in a public place? Or maybe the sight of black people having fun is deserving of law enforcement? From this notion, the internet has united to figure out what other events this woman may have reported to police.
Who. Did. This. *screaming* pic.twitter.com/IImi2Axxq1— PrestonMitchum (@PrestonMitchum) May 13, 2018
this is unidentified white woman #1628362. she hates when black people congregate. anywhere. for any reason. especially when they are minding their own business. she prioritizes her baseless discomfort over people of color’s existence. • • • don’t be like unidentified white woman #1628362. put down your phone. stop calling the police on black people just for breathing. • • • be cool.
Co-worker: You should stop roasting that woman in Oakland for calling the police on the guy grilling.— Terry Biggs (@TeeBiggs) May 11, 2018
Black people are just trying to live their best lives in the best way that we know how. Please don’t police it.