Some people are allowing their prejudice and racism to make them bold. If they aren’t shouting out the N-word, calling the cops for no reason or following you around, they are doing other out of line things. I got a few experiences myself to share with you tonight. If we don’t discuss these issues, how do we expect for things to get better? It’s happening much too often, but I’m smart enough to know not all White people are like this. There are a lot of good hearted White people out there.
The following experiences happened to me and I’m proud to say the “old” me was not awakened or disturbed. The Devil is busy y’all, real busy. Experiences in 3, 2, 1…
1. I had an older White woman tell me that I had to say ‘Yes ma’am’ to her and that I had no right to look her in the eye. – I continued to look her in the eyes and as far as ‘Yes ma’am’, she got a ‘Yes’. You tried it. 😏
2. I had a White man tell me my skin looks like s***. – I told him he was mad because he ages like milk. He got red as an apple. Not my fault my chocolate colored melanin makes me look younger. Many people still think I’m in my 20’s. You tried it. 😏
3. I had a White couple purposefully cut in front of me while uttering the N-word under their breath. – I moved my buggy and got right back in front of them. They was mad mad 😂😂. They tried it. 😏
4. I had a group of White college females yell out that my butt was “ghetto”. – I told them they were mad that their butts were shaped like flap jacks and that they should be worried about their man eyeballing me. Some of their boyfriends were hitting on me earlier. They looked like they wanted to cry when I told them. They tried it. 😏 The dolled up Anita pales in comparison to what most people see outside of my social circles. I keep tryna tell y’all. 😂
Sometimes in life, you got to crush people with the truth and a smile. I’ve learned that’s the best way to put a racist / prejudiced individual in their place. Their facial expressions are priceless. I enjoy seeing it very much. It’s quite beautiful. 🤗😂👌🏾
Until next time…