Ur black calling another black person a ****. Who sounds like an uncle tom right now. If you miss your african pride that was stripped an taken from you before you were born (Im saying you never had african culture) then go back. Africa is clearly waiting for you cause its sooo bad for you in America. I don't like the fact we were used as slaves an had everything taken from us but I'm American not african American not Native American no just American. Been around the world an i would love to VISIT Africa but i belong in America no where else. You're worse then an Uncle tom your a House n*gga cause you never been there an you act like you know there struggle. they don't give a fu*k about you an since you care so much GO
What the fu*k
Yes I am a Black person calling another Black person a ****, because your sambo a.ss is a embarrassment to our entire race, you disgrace us. What White a.ss am I kissing? I am no Uncle tom and multiple members on BX can vouch for me, I guess you haven't heard about my reputation on here
are you going to give me money to go back and live well in Africa? considering the fact that I'm also 20 years old and etc. Muthafu*ka acting like its that easy, how naive of you. American is a nationality not a race, so inform me how you are not African? That's like a Asian who was born in American saying he isn't Asian just American
You can stay here in America with your White Daddy who doesn't even love you, these Whites and even Non-Blacks such as Hispanics and etc don't even want your a.ss in this country, get real kid. Do you even know what a House Negro is? Your ignorance is baffling, now inform me on how I am a House negro
House Negro said:
House Negro (also House ******) is a pejorative term for a black person, used to compare someone to a house slave of a slave owner from the historic period of legal slavery in the US. The term comes from a speech, Message to the Grass Roots, given by African American activist Malcolm X, where he explains that during slavery, there were two kinds of slaves: "house Negroes," who worked in the master's house and "field Negroes," who performed the manual labor outside.
He characterizes the house Negro as having a better life than the field Negro, and thus unwilling to leave the plantation, and potentially more likely to support existing power structures that favor whites over blacks. Malcolm X identified with the field Negro. The term is used against individuals, in critiques of attitudes within the African American community, and as a borrowed term for critiquing parallel situations.
Where have I ever said anything in regards to Native Africans and their struggle? or implied that I knew anything in regards to it? No one on this Earth really gives a fu*k about anyone, lets be real, but I digress, what the fu*k does Me or a Native African caring about each others struggle got to do with JACK-sh*t? Enlighten me f*ggot.