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From religion to food to music to dance to poetry to literature to writing to almost every fine detail of their culture they either stolen or we have given. They produce nothing but take all the credit just 48 laws of power is white culture and propaganda. If you don't educate yourself then your children will continue to be side show attractions.
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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

not even going to mention all those line dances that the black folks are now doing, we will always dance as long as we have the african drum beat we will dance lol

And we shall thrust the hips and roll the backside same way. We have a dance called bruckinsEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed it was done to celebrate Emancipation Day, it's a wonder to see it performes since the dancers are old folks up in their 60's and 70's just going hard!
 
I sometimes marvel at the way things developed (pre-tv, before the ease of air/boat travel) in the diaspora- dance, food, traditions, songs, hair, folk lore and how stark the similarities are save for of course regional differences. ClapClap


I agree. Im about to look up bruckins nowBig smile
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This whole progression pains me to watch. For the absolute LONGEST white people have been profiting off of black skill but its largely because black people are not in positions of any power so have to accept the check where its offered. Oprah is one of the ONLY black celebrities in the last few years that has legit power. Athletes, entertainers, etc are essentially making money for white people. In the music industry we don't see the label execs or get to read the actual contracts. A lot of these artists "stuntin" actually don't make that much. And now because of 360 deals a label can make money off of you from touring, endorsements, etc.

With that said, I have time for Eminem. He has is own angry white boy thing going on. He is who he is and told his own story. I've never felt like he was copying. But the style and music, of course, are of African descent. Iggy pretty much lifted ALL of black culture. Delivery, vernacular, I just CAN'T with her. And she better NOT pull a Macklemore and rake in awards but at the same time I feel like its happening.
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Iggy is true buffoonery and is Elvis
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Not just hip hop

If you watch TV one, the black shows in the past showcased us wearing black natural hair, black features, black culture, black pride. Never mind entertainers were also freedom fighters.  Polar opposite today

They're going to start to go to work on Hispanics and make them feel white before their numbers get out of hand

Their biggest problem will be cutting out Spanish but they already have a cure for that



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The video with MJ and the interviewer pushing for Michael's recognition of JT's success and creativity reminded me of MJ's new song (Love Never Felt So Good) in which there is a version with JT which SUCKS by the way, and not only that, but I noticed Justin Timberlake is everywhere, first I noticed him with Timbaland (and apparently JT was upset to hear Timbaland said that he "made" JT), not too long ago he was doing Suit & Tie, he has been called "Blue-eyed soul and hip-hop" and now he is singing "with" MJ.

Iggy, JT, Macklemore and all the other whites "taking over" the spotlight from black artists are only big because the media pushes them to be in the front covers.
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Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

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I'm posting my JT rant here




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Rarely anything White people do surprises me anymore but I have to admit that I
really didn't see their brazen attempts to completely Whitewash and take over
the legacy of Michael Jackson and modern Black genres of music and dance. I
really didn't think they could be that bold... and yet here. we. are.





Even when Michael was alive, White people were eager to associate their
wannabes with Michael's legacy. Practically jamming Justin Timberlake down the
man's throat



Watch Michael's face when Access Hollywood reporter asks him what his thoughts
on JT were and then proceeds to tell him that JT is "the closest thing to
Michael Jackson today"  LOL



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But Michael knows what he was trying to do. Just like they tried to do to him
when he was younger (ignore and discredit him b/c he was Black) but notice that
Michael added "as well as Usher".







This is why I can never get down with Justin TimberFake. He never had a
relationship with Michael the way Michael had with Usher. Plenty of evidence to
support this. SO how could he then allow and support this notion that he is the
torch bearer to Michael's throne as if he was his protege?







I can't tell you how PO I am about this guy
actually appearing in MJ's video. Am I overreacting? Possibly but I think Black
people NEED to overact to our culture being crowned on anything but us.



I take great pride and I have great respect for my people's music and dancing
talents. It hasn't been just entertainment for us, it has literally been a way
for us keep our sanity in the face of such inhumanity.



The very reason why we have such distinctive musical and dancing cultures from
our White counterparts is because they severely rejected and marginalized us to
the outskirts of mainstream society. And now they have the audacity to use that
very culture that was produced WITHOUT them to make themselves rich and
glorified.





People act like Michael Jackson is an alien that dropped out of the sky and
just happened to land in the Black American community. Michael wouldn't be thee
Michael Jackson if he was from any other group. You can see Black history in his
movement







Michael himself is a torch bearer to great Black musical talents himself



From Jackie Wilson down to James Brown







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If he had any sense of pride, Justin Timberlake would be ashamed of himself for
jumping on the opportunity to associate himself with deceased artist who had
little to do with him while he was alive. I'm embarrassed for him





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JT also threw a black woman, Michael's baby sister, Janet, under the bus...
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Yes, we cannot forget the infamous Janet Jackson boob incident....smh.
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did he say she made him do it!
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Did yall see Michael lean in when he said that JT was the "closest thing to Michael today" LOL

And his response was basically "It's very nice" LOLDead
Michael was too classy
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