Okay. I give up, you’ve won, internet. I really didn’t wanna mention these dumb broads who feel they’re somehow entitled to using the n-word in a casual manner that is still highly offensive to many people who’ve bravely altered the course of our history in a struggle for civil rights. If you have no idea what I’m talking about then consider yourselves blissfully unaware and I’d advise you to try and keep it that way. This post is not for you, you can move on to something worthwhile. For me, it turned out impossible to ignore them as they keep popping up in my RSS reader, something like every other day. So for all you other cats, I’ve got a request.
Discussion on difficult topics dealing with racial sensitivities is something we’re certainly not opposed to on TRU. What I can’t get with is these three chickenheads with no discernable musical talent stirring controversy to acquire 3 million(!) views on Youtube, which subsequently resulted in a record deal for one of them. I’m not gonna link to them, I won’t mention them by name, and I won’t picture them here (clearer than this). Wanna know why? Wether you love them, hate them, love to hate or hate to love them, by talking about them you’re making them bigger . That is what got them this far in the first place and what keeps them in the public eye. They’re caking off your comments, disses or even dismissals. So please stop. Just ignore them, don’t empower them with your words, positive or negative. They’re not worth it.
That is all.