Well your nerds have decided to do their own version of Black in America (shouts out to Soledad O’Brien)…
Our first entry basically aims to dispel some of the lies that black people have told themselves since the days we sang (yes I said sang) Negro spirituals outside the church.
1. In the words of Ced from The Barbershop, “OJ did it”. Yeah I said it. If you’ll beat a woman, you’ll kill a woman. I can’t believe this fool broke the law again after all we’ve done to stand behind him.
2. We are more racist than white people. (later on this week we will talk about whether or not black people can be racist). So let me say it like this, we sterotype more than other races. We do it a lot when it come to our own race.
3. For the young people being hood is neither cool or the norm. I don’t know about you, but for half my childhood I grew up in the hood. Then we move “out there ’round them white peoples” and trust me the hood is not better. I like a clean neighborhood without crime. And in the words of one of my favorite rapper’s 607… “you ain’t real cause you grew up po’ (poor)”.
4. Being hated on is not a good thing. I mean don’t get me wrong you are going to have haters. And it is probably a sign you are doing something good. But don’t relish in the fact you have haters. Make it your mission to better mankind so people don’t hate on each other. I listen to rappers today and they act like it’s a good thing other people want to KILL them. That is insane! I don’t want people to kill me because I’m doing well. That’s nothing to be proud of.
5. We like buffoonery. That is the only way shows like Flavor, New York, Real and Chance, Cupid and all those other love shows stay on the air. And for a special pungent brew let me throw in a dash of BET and some Georgia Peaches from the Real House wives of Atlanta.