» by Alvin Aqua Blanco (@aqua174) February 9, 2014, 10:26am
Main reason black folks stay losing. We're quick to push each other under the bus and in front of the train.
Hoes? I don't recall the last time I've seen white, Asian, African, Hispanic, or any other ethnic group get on tv, radio, or the internet and refer to their women as (insert any low down filthy name).
God help us!
It's not a crime to call a hoe a hoe. Are you raising your daughter to be like any of the ladies on love & hip hop?... also I remember plenty of *****t shaming for Monica Lewinsky.
That ain't the point he was trying to make. Check out the other housewives, Mafia Wives, some of the white chicks on bad girls, and so on and so forth. White Men do not come at their ratchett women on a level like that.
I don't think you understand my comment. Why am I supposed to defend hoes and coonery because they happened to be black. Google the shows you named and check the comments. I know Italians that hate mafia wives.
I agree with you totally....Charlamagne goes in on everyone and while he is a bit vulgar, he's honest and gives his opinion on every thing. And who cares about what race anyone is.....if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and talks like a duck...its most likely a duck...all these "reality shows" are making our generation look stupid and desperate for a check...
Im w you! Smh. He is just ignorant.. Little man.
I agree. Charla says some foul things about his own people all the time and the fact his popularity is growing is very disturbing. He praises Katy Perry who is dating a racist, disrespect Lil Kim about her face, says horrible things about Lil Mama, calls RHOA hos, says Justin Bieber should stop hanging with blacks and ACT white so he'll have a better reputation. etc. This guy is nuts. Noooo, he is just keeping it real. I never heard positive things from him ever. If you want to shock us Charla talk about history, culture, education and finances.
look at this dinosaur headed monkey going off talking bull*****
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