His heart is in the right place; however, I do think that he could have done more in telling this story by summarizing what she said as opposed to "direct quoting." I do have my doubts as to whether this was a real conversation but then I remember all of the ridiculous things that black men have told me white women have said to them about black women. It's rather far-fetched but like I said, his heart seems to be in the right place.
It seems as though this might be an amalgamation of conversations he's shared with all types of people regarding black women instead of one long conversation with one bold white woman.
I don't know if it was Patrice Roberts, the comedian, who referred to a white woman with a black man on the front row at his show as a "top shelf white woman." He said nothing could make a black woman madder than seeing a black man with a top shelf white woman. However, this pretty woman was meh at best (and I have no trouble calling any woman of any race beautiful, if that's what I deem her to be). There was also a black woman with either a white or black man who was, IMO, far prettier wearing a low-cut shirt. Instead of acknowledging how beautiful she was and how lucky this man was to be with her, he thanked the man for putting those breasts in the front row.
So I get what Brother Aseem is trying to do. I am so bored that I actually want to edit this whole piece for him to make it more readable.