Funny or Phoney

Please take a look at this video and tell me what you all think. I have so many thoughts going through my head that I prefer ask for your opinion. Mixed emotions here. So PLEASE have a look and tell me what you think in the comments bar.

Thank you. – Candace.


7 thoughts on “Funny or Phoney

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  3. Wow!! Where do I even begin to comment on this video. Like you, I have mixed emotions on this topic. However, I’ll start with my initial observation, which is Psychological. From a Psychological stand point, it looks like a ploy to tease or flaunt the idea that “White women” are stealing, picking up, or saving Black men; as if to say that we as Black Women are detrimental to the Black man or that the White Woman is a “Remedy” or “Medicine” to his hurt and pain.
    My second observation is that this is one-sided. It only shows that Black women are angry, bitter, or abusive to the Black man. It’s not showing why the Black women acted out in the way they did. I strongly believe that anger or frustration has no color. If that same Black man were to hurt or disrespect his White woman, she’d be angry, hurt, disappointed, and frustrated too. Although, she’ll more than react differently, shed still have those same emotions.
    My third observation is, not all Black women are abusive, harsh, cold, angry, or bitter in general or towards their man for that matter; which leads me to my 4th observation.
    4th observation: Cop-Out! Could it be that some Black men are using Black women’s expression of emotion as a Cop-Out or excuse to date White women? If so, that’s really sad! Why not just date the White woman because that’s who you fell in love with? Don’t use us as Black women as an excuse to date outside of the race. Love is love! Do it for the Love, not for the Ethnicity!
    Last, but certainly not least…I would love for a large group of Black women to band together and do a Public Service Announcement letting Black men as well as the rest of the world know that NOT ALL BLACK WOMEN ARE ANGRY, BITTER, BITCHES!

    ***Sorry my comment was so long. I’m long-winded (or should I say long-handed?). Can’t help it…I’m a writer and a thinker. 🙂

    ~ K.R. Brumfield
    Life is a journey. Enjoy the scenery!

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