I feel like Vice knew what they were doing when they said not to meme their video
@Duncan5769, how could they not? It’s the same thing as when you tell someone “don’t think about orange”
@Sven and Otar, or "don't upvote my comment"
@Duncan5769, fvck! He’s cracked the code!
@Duncan5769, ok I won't.
@Alex2, good... I hate when people do that
@Duncan5769, well as a good willed person on the internet I probably shouldn't then, right?
@Alex2, right, look 5 assholes already blatantly ignored me
@Duncan5769, I will live to see your treachery come to an end.
@Sven and Otar, because there are still dumb people out there who think people will listen.
Solid work but nothing tops the call me maybe
@ObsceneGestureAlert, So true. It’s preposterously well matched.
@ObsceneGestureAlert, everything tops that
I'm oppressed says the man making millions of dollars making a stupid dance sequence and invited to dozens of news shows to talk about how oppressed he is and how white people are oppressing him.
@BlazingBowman, I was wondering how long it would take before I saw someone completely miss (or blatantly ignore) one of the pretty obvious messages of the video. Longer than I expected, to be honest. Congrats on being a near perfect illustration of the message itself.
@Berntley, oh really then what did I so spectacularly miss.
@BlazingBowman, That in the face of all the racism in our country, and all the divisive turmoil, black celebrities are always told to shut up because they personally have nothing to complain about (“make that money, black man”)
@Berntley, lol " racism: like equal rights preferential hiring and college admissions. But no America is racist. God damb dude. The point is they're claiming America is this mean racist that just oppressed the poor black person while they make millions. When we tell them to shut up it's because they are being stupid. It would be like me crying about how underprivileged and held down I am while wiping my crocodile tears with million dollar bills. It's hypocritical.
@BlazingBowman, But. He’s. Not. Talking. About. Himself. Racism is alive. Racism has grown innate in much of the population, who have minimized it into a non-issue, while repeatedly, consistently doling out prejudiced action against blacks and other minorities. You don’t have to wear a white hood and burn crosses to hold prejudice against minorities. I mean, you do realize that “preferential” affirmative action policies were adopted BECAUSE of racism, right? It’s not like some black politicians gathered on the Hill and said “how can we fvck over more white people?” They aren’t being stupid to speak out against police brutality, significantly higher rates of arrest and conviction vs whit people for similar crimes, and black people consistently having police called on them for generally innocuous behaviors like falling asleep in their dorm lobby.
@Berntley, just. Because. A. Minority. Group. Is. Under. Represented. Does. Not. Mean. Racism. And I guess everything is racist nowadays. Everyone is racist, pollution is racist, hurricanes are racist. Which means nothing is racist. And maybe if black people didn't commit 51% of all violent crimes in America and respected the police they wouldn't have to worry about police brutality. And to even compare police brutality with any other problems of the black community is like comparing a grain of sand to a mountain. It's such a ridiculously tiny amount and usually it's well deserved then portrayed like they did nothing. Dude your just so demonstrably wrong on this.
@Berntley, and it doesn't give them the right to discriminate against other races just because of perceived racism. I could make the same argument about the NBA and most sports leagues.
@BlazingBowman, If you seriously think the issue is as simple as that, then you seriously have no understanding of the history of racism in this country. A lot of people seem to think that once the slaves were set free, the black population at large was suddenly granted all the same privileges and opportunities as the white population. That 51% is from an analysis over about forty years, dating back to the seventies, when gang violence started hitting a steady incline, and most black communities were still intact, and vastly underprivileged. This is a dynamic that has carried forward, and a lot of traditions have been perpetuated, some justifiably, some otherwise. Racism, prejudice, and so many issues surrounding them, stem from the long history of oppression of the black community, which still holds in some forms today, as well as the deeply ingrained indifference toward these issues in majority groups, who insist upon minimizing the issues so that they don’t have to look deeper into
@BlazingBowman, them, or of course, have to study the sordid past of their ancestors, some who might still remember spitting on black students walking into the same schools as them for the first time.
As a white male, this video oppresses me. There are NO white people represented in the video.
Donald Glover looks like he’s half way through P90x
I love this
I haven’t seen the original video yet, and after these memes I’m pretty sure that it’ll be a disappointment.
Saw a call me maybe one of these tried to get it off youtube and post it but very hard to do from a phone funny af it was though
@Captain3rdWheel, ID 359356
@CrazyCrichton , thanks👍