With only 2 months left until the April 21st premiere of the fourth season of The Boondocks here is a little list of things I hope it will feature:
- Michael Caesar
- More (non stereotypical) black women
- Gangstalicious Part III
- Stinkmeaner Part IV (Confirmed)
What about you? Please feel free to add to this post what you hope will be featured in the upcoming new season.
More Cindy McPherson (a female Riley), a Pimp Named Slickback, and perhaps a beyond the grave battle between Luna the wolf bitch & Bushido Brown vs The Hatocracy & Stinkmeaner.
White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective.
please let them know.
white privilege is your history being taught as a core class, and mine being banned because it would promote "the overthrow of the U.S. government, foster racial resentment, and advocate ethnic solidarity."
I made this because people seriously were pissing me off. Rashida and Paris look exactly the same. And yet no one questions Rashida’s pathology to Quincy Jones and at the same time swear up and down that Paris cannot be Michael Jackson’s. What the hell?
(Source: , via jaba-the-slut)
if you under 20 and u feel like you ugly chil out
you never fucking know how and when puberty will hit you
don’t give people false hope, the person on the left is robb banks
robin thicke was with her since the beginning he deserve that pussy
that ain’t puberty, that’s money, sweetheart
but….besides her eyebrows..she basically looks the same lol. I don’t see some extreme transformation.
I hear ya, Huey!
I think that’s a sentiment many of us share right now…
Nina Simone is still too black for Hollywood. (From Black Acrylic)
The above video is Nina speaking in her own words.
I am boycotting Cynthia Mort and Jimmy Iovine’s Nina Simone biopic featuring Zoe Saldana. I have too much respect for Nina Simone’s legacy to pay money to see her life played out in blackface – a caricature of the dark skin and African features she was proud of. Nina Simone dedicated her life to rebelling against White supremacy and racism through her music and activism. Her music is part of an African-American Black Arts Movement of politically inspired resistance. Songs such as “Four Women”, “Mississippi Goddamn,” and “Young, Gifted and Black” spoke to a generation fighting for freedom and social justice. Nina Simone’s unapologetic defense of blackness was personified by her looks – dark skinned, natural haired and defiant in her self-love. Her aesthetics were as political as some of her compositions. I mean, Black is beautiful but not that Black…right? I say this sarcastically, but it is how many people – regardless of their race – feel. It is clear that Nina Simone has failed Hollywood’s brown paper bag test and if her blackness could not be mitigated by the celebrity of Mary J Blige (who was originally cast for the role), the filmmakers feel Saldana would bleach Simone into a more socially acceptable heroine. Sadly, the casting of Saldana is an anticlimax – more tap water than the necessary cognac. Click here for the full article.