As a Black man, Puff Daddy decided to say something simple and nice about Black women. He said: “Shoutout to black women just because…”
Seems innocent enough, right? P Diddy is a renowned hip hop mogul known for working with mega stars such as Notorious Big, Jay Z, Jermaine Dupri, Mary J Blige and others. So why would white people get offended when he wasn’t putting down white people. All he was doing was saying shoutout to Black women. Nothing offensive about that right? So why did Social Media go crazy?
Are we now at the point that if Black people simply acknowledge the existence of other Black people, then that will upset anybody who does not feel included? Have we actually traveled back that many years? A further question needs to be examined as well. . . Are white people really so unreasonable that Black people cannot acknowledge other Black people? What are the rules to this nonsense?
But if you take a look at the 2000+ replies to Diddy’s tweet, it seems like some certain individuals — especially those belonging to the “All Lives Matter” crowd — got their feelings hurt.
Suddenly, all chaos broke out and white people showed that their feelings were hurt because they craved inclusion.
Yes, it got pretty ridiculous…
Black Twitter had to chime in.
This tweet pretty much explains the nonsensical behavior:
Do you think Diddy’s went too far with his simple tweet about Black women, just because?
Is it true that white people get overly sensitive that Black people simply exist, or could it just perhaps be in certain people’s nature to keep other people down and keep them from being acknowledged. Remember, this is only the question I ask, followed by proof of behavior.