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50 Cent & Lil Wayne GROSSLY Ki-Ki Over ‘Exoticals’ Being Their Preference & Generalize ‘Angry’ Black Women

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50 Cent and Lil Wayne are coming under fire for comments they made about exotical women while BASHING black women using stereotypical "angry black woman" tropes and overgeneralizations.  Tuh. More inside…

Can a black woman live without black men calling her angry? Sheesh!

50 Cent and Lil Wayne had a kiki session about exotical and black women during the newest episode of Wayne’s Young Money radio on Apple Music and it didn’t sit well with black women. At all.

The “Power” star/producer shared how he perceives “exotic” women and tells stories about how black women confronted him about lusting over exotic women:

"That sh*t is exotic! This sh*t looks a whole different from the sh*t you see in the neighborhood," 50 Cent said during the interview. "In some kind of way it's interesting to explore. But they get mad, they get angry. 'How did you end up with this motherf***er?' I'm like, 'Huh?'"

As Fif said these things, Lil Wayne – a father to a dark-skinned young woman – laughed. 50 Cent is rumored to be dating Cuban Link, who is supposedly mixed with black and Puerto Rican. Wayne is rumored to be dating Denise Bidot, who is allegedly Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti.

Peep the clip below:

Here's the full interview below:

Here's Twitter's reaction to Fif and Wayne's conversation:

















Toya Johnson - mother of Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter - praises her black daughter after her father's ignorant comments about black women:



Lauren London - mother of Lil Wayne's son Cameron - also showed Reginae some love:

We’re posting this solely so black women in particular can see who immaurely and dangerously and disrespectfully generalizes and downtalks us as a whole, so we can all make a more educated choice about who we will risk our bodies, voices and time to support when they’re mistreated as black men.

They spoke publicly about their generalization, so we have every right to speak publicly about ours in response.

We’re no longer expending energy defending anyone who unnecessarily bashes black women - especially when it’s done on white owned platforms - in front of white audiences and their white/exotical counterparts. Also, for the women who fit the “exotical” criteria these men and so many others vocally put on a pedastal, who choose to relish in being “chosen” and don’t speak up when anyone speaks down on black women, you’re complicit in the behavior and also problematic. There’s no need for black women to support your endeavors either if that's the case.  People have so much energy to generalize and disrespect and push stereoptypes of black women as whole in a negative fashion while never once thanking or praising the life we give.  To everyone.

By the way, 50 Cent celebrates his 45th birthday today...


Photos:Jamie Lamor Thompson/ s_bukley/Shutterstock.com

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