Soda Pop said:
The thought that AM doesn't like black people, wow. I think he like myself dislikes ****** sh*t, to the point where he calls blacks out on it.
The episodes from season 3 really did that and of course the n*ggas stopped laughing. Most people said, oh I don't like that sh*t it ain't funny no mor! The truth about yourself is usually not funny, the supporting Tyler Perry, R. Kelly, under cover rappers and saying fu*k Obama(hell I'm guilty) after he didn't make black the new power is not funny. It's all truth and that's what season 3 was about truth. Can't wait for season 4.
I'm a black republican that attends an Ivy League college, I'm not exactly the picture of "n*ggas" per se.
It may not be so much that he doesn't like black people but you have to agree he is condescending in tone. The harsh contrast that he presents shows black people at their most extreme stereotype and often characterizes them as dumb and fat. Aaron criticizes everything that is intrinsic to black culture, our food, our music, everything. I hate BET, I can't stand it, I loved the episode with Debra Lee--even though I felt as if that anger was misdirected*--however it was in that episode and the episodes that followed where he picked on Black culture** and overplayed stereotypes. The show is incredibly elitist in that the only rationally intelligent character is Huey and if you don't agree with him throughout the episode you'll be called stupid or irrational ie.: Obama Episodes. So I can come to the conclusion that though he may not necessarily dislike Blacks, he certainly dislikes Black culture.
*Since that aired it's become pretty clear that Lee is making efforts to enhance the level of programming on BET and Centric by airing classic black shows like "The Cosby Show" and by producing new classics like "Reed Between The Lines". Yes, "106 and park" still exists and they did ruin "The Game", but overall they are trying.
**Luther/fried chicken flu