I can sum it up in 2 words: Neo-Coonery Foolishness.
I want the 30 min or so that I watched “Freaknik the Musical” back. I think my credit score is actually lower this morning because I watched that mess. That was one of the most ignorant, trifling, things I’ve ever seen. There was no redeeming value. Period.
- A fat guy jumped into a sea of jiggling asses
- Lil Wayne voiced a drug dealing king pin/Jesus Christ character
- The Boule’s Oprah-looking charater
- The robot that looked like Al Sharpton, voiced by Charlie Murphy
Now, I don’t know why I would have expected any less from T-Pain. But you know what, he’s just a pawn. I’m sure he was not the head person in charge. I don’t know how a group of people…likely blacks and whites…got together and decided to spend money to produce this craziness. I have to shout out “Come’on Son!!” to Cartoon Network on this one.
Now, let me just say to the haters…I know the Boondocks is on the same channel and last night a number of people noted on Twitter (hashtag: #freaknik) that they felt it was hypocritical that people love that show but hated this coon fest. The difference: Boondocks episodes has a point. There is an insight or awareness that is weaved through those episodes that is mixed in with various levels of craziness. At the end of “Freaknik the Musical” what was the point? Somebody please tell me! Um…”Trap Jesus” aka Lil Wayne was in jail and “Ghost of Freaknik Past” aka T-Pain ran away from a woman who had just told him that she needed support for his baby. WTF?
I will say that it had some potential. They tried to comment on the struggle between old guard, black bourgeois and leadership vs. the youth of the hip hop generation. Also, some needed attention was given to illiteracy. One of the main character’s catchphase was “It’s in a Book”. That charater’s name was…”Light Skin”.
Wow. Skin color divisions, rampant images of over sexualized women, violence, drug use, drug sales, etc… and that’s just the cartoon version. No wonder Freaknik is no more.
How the hell does she look this good at 42 years old?? How? I know black doesn’t crack…but it does age. I swear she much have a deal, a covenant agreement with Satan himself. You know I wouldn’t usually post a backshot, black men’s magazine picture like this, but dag. Can someone just bottle her DNA and sell it? I’d buy.
I’m not going to get kicked off WordPress for some random celeb sex tape, so I’m just giving yall the link to the censored version instead of posting it. In my opinion, this is just someone who looks like Vivica Fox. However, I can see the strong resemblance. If it is her, maybe it will be a boost to her career like some of the other sex tape stars have experienced. There is no BAD press, as they say.
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You can get a “rental dread”, aka. a contemporary Caribbean gigolo?!?!? Wow. This video is not brand new either…from the clothing. I can only imagine that the trade is even stronger now. I’m just mad that “old girl” said they “prey” on women…come on. Like they are all innocent and being taken advantage of. Sigh…white women can’t just want some black dick, huh? That just not possible, huh? These women are johns to these poor black men. Seduced by the big manhood and the dreadlocks….Lord have mercy! Everyone has their fantasy on both sides I guess…or at least their own motives…that’s for sure.
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I didn’t hear about this story out of Chitown back in October when the settlement came down. Man, the media just doesn’t cover black news like we need it to. That’s why we have to create our own media.
“A federal jury held two Chicago police officers liable for the unreasonable search of a man who alleged that the officers sodomized him with a screwdriver during a search for drugs.
Coprez Coffie, 23, had testified that the tactical officers used the tool on him in a West Side alley in 2004. His family hugged after the verdict was announced.
The jury was not asked to decide damages because the two sides had previously reached a settlement of $4 million if the verdict favored Coffie.”
Click here for the whole story from the Chicago Tribune.
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Four Colorado College men’s hockey players recently completed a two-week suspension for wearing blackface and dressing up as black actors during a pre-season team golf outing Sept. 8.The players, including Brian Connelly of Bloomington Jefferson and team captain Scott Thauwald of Rochester Mayo, tried to look like characters on “Family Matters,” a TV show about a black family. Their teammates picked five other TV shows, ranging from “Baywatch” to “Scrubs,” in keeping with the theme of the outing.
“We realize now, even though there was no racial intent, that what we did was wrong,” Thauwald told a Colorado newspaper.
The four suspended players returned to practice Oct. 8 and are expected to play against the visiting Gophers in a two-game series starting Friday.
I stumbled upon this blog posting from Roissy in DC and posted it on singlesista.com. Very…interesting. Can you say objectification? The comments from white folk on his blog are just…you know what…go see for yourself. smh
:: My first dating experience years ago with a black girl was a positive one. She was really cute with a penchant for wearing stiletto heels and a habit of flaky behavior that I found endearing. I remember the reactions we got walking down the street together holding hands. Most people let their glances linger a fraction of a second longer than they otherwise would have. In hindsight, I understood why this might’ve created some curiosity in people; a white man with a black woman is one of the rarer combos. Onlookers naturally want to figure out what’s bringing us two together, so they examine us for clues, maybe like matching shoes or to see if I was acting black or she was acting white.
I don’t give these things too much thought when I’m out with a girl of another race because I like to throw all my mental energy into enjoying the woman rather than overanalyzing the societal implications of our pairing.
But while we were dating some things did catch my attention. The black guys we passed on the sidewalk stared at us longer than other people did and made Hmm mm damn sounds which I can only describe as a mixture of disapproval and respect.
The black women we walked by, on the other hand, had a much stronger reaction. Curious and aroused, they eye loved me like I was the filet mignon of manmeat. I think I could have given every one of them an open invitation to join me and my date later in the evening for a night of 50 on 1 group sex that would have qualified for the Gold Edition Penthouse Forum.
I recall the sex pretty vividly because she was exotic new territory for me. I’ll admit I was intimidated when we started banging because I figured most of her experience was with black guys and their huge schlongs. She climbed on top and a wave of relief swept over me when I hit her cervical wall. I was big enough for her. Continue reading
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