As if Black women didn’t have enough to worry about with the negative media portrayals or psychologists questioning their attractiveness, certain Black male celebrities seem to have jumped on the bandwagon.  While these men mask their views of black women beneath humor, exercising their preference, or “just keeping it real”, their comments have left their female counterparts none too happy.

In an article by Bougie Black Girl, the author puts a call to arms to the black women who continue to support celebrities who clearly have no love for them:

“Is it Stockholm or battered woman’s syndrome. Someone and I mean somebody explain this madness to me. How many times do these Black Women abusers/haters have to trash you before you get it? They aren’t coming home, they are not changing, and no they don’t love you. Love is not pain. Love is kind. Love is sweet and gentle.  Sister you are being verbally abused and assaulted and the thing is that you know it. You have become complicit in your own abuse. And guess what? The world sees it and shakes their collective heads because you continue to line your abusers pockets.”

Below is a list of habitual offenders and their questionable comments:


“I’m kinda racist…I don’t like dark butts…You know how some women prefer light skin men or dark skin men.It’s rare that I do dark butts – that’s what I call dark skinned women…I [don’t date women] darker than me.”

“I love the pool test. If you can jump in the pool exactly like you are and you don’t come out looking better than you looked before going in the pool – then that’s not a good look. Any woman that uses brown gel to set down her baby hair is not poppin.”

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