If it was a dude everybody would give him props, likewise I think it's fine to give this chick props for dating Idris Elba.As if that's the hallmark of SJWism. It's not rocket science fellas, if some Somali nobody was dating any really hot chick with the name and body in the industry, suddenly you would be the YASSS SJW in question
Somali excellence?If it was a dude everybody would give him props, likewise I think it's fine to give this chick props for dating Idris Elba.
But these witches have gone too far with this "Somali excellence" crap. Uttering those words is a next level insult to the pride and history of our people.
Trademark? LOL He mostly plays in supporting roles as token black guy. He's not even a leading man and when he is like in Dark Tower, he's total box office poison.Somali excellence?
The failure to understand a basic concept of human nature is fascinating. Idris Elba is a trademark, the celebrity and looks of this guy is what makes him a catch. If a similiar situation occured in the opposite direction, Somali men would be doing the exact same thing and I gaurantee you some of them would be demeaning Somali women in the process as some of these tweets are to Somali men, and glorifying dating out and 'upgrading'. The world is not bubble wrap, and you should learn not to get caught up in people's OL opinions.
We need to find a picture of "Depends on black celebrity's flavor of the week to validate her own identity"
Migrating to tech icons from actors in an effort to neg the nigga in his field, apples to oranges. I'm so fucking dead rn
I used them as an example because the hyperbole you wrote didn't sound like you were even describing an actor.Migrating to tech icons from actors in an effort to neg the nigga in his field, apples to oranges. I'm so fucking dead rn
It's palpable. I think stepping away from the computer might do you some good
It's not hyperbole. Tech icons like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk, one of them gay and very much dead btw, are not comparable to the celebrity of ACTORS and Musicians, esp those long in the game. Idris Elba is not a "Black celebrity flavor of the week", he's been a goddamn staple in that category since before my birth probably, and he's mentioned and ranked in practically every discussion on ethnic or black celebrities. Even not being well-versed in celebrities, I know thisI used them as an example because the hyperbole you wrote didn't sound like you were even describing an actor.
I thought you were supposed to be one of the more intelligent ladies on this forum, how disappointing.