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Field Nigga Speech

Brother Askia’s answer to the question should Black people work in American law enforcement and military.

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I Hate Niggas. (Internal Racism)

I hate niggas.

I hate a part of myself.

I hate how niggas think they know everything but don’t know shit. I hate when niggas do dumb shit. I hate when niggas don’t understand community. I hate when niggas do foul shit to other niggas. I hate when niggas think they own city blocks. I hate niggas in gangs. I hate niggas who think being stupid is smart. I hate when niggas sell crack. I hate when niggas do crack. I hate when niggas think their complexion matters. I hate when niggas say keep it real, because nothing in reality is fake. I hate when niggas only talk about clothes. I hate when niggas don’t understand economics. I hate when niggas don’t watch the news. I hate when niggas don’t know how to speak English correctly. I hate when niggas don’t know how to read and write properly. I hate when niggas don’t wanna learn another language. I hate when niggas start fights over city blocks. I hate when niggas don’t know their history. I hate when niggas never heard of Cointel Pro. I hate when niggas think rap is real. I hate when niggas never heard of Marcus Garvey. I hate when niggas get violent over city blocks. I hate when niggas don’t know their credit score. I hate when niggas don’t know what a thin file is. I hate when niggas don’t know what the Federal Reserve is. I hate when niggas don’t understand debt. I hate when niggas don’t wanna learn. I hate when niggas think rapping is the only way. I hate when niggas claim hoods. I hate when niggas don’t know about ancient Egypt. I hate when niggas think Voodoo is evil. I hate when niggas think their block is all that matters. I hate when niggas can’t read. I hate when niggas don’t know they’re a target. I hate when niggas wanna be caught in the justice system. I hate when niggas disrespect respectable citizens. I hate when niggas rob. I hate when niggas kill. I hate when niggas don’t raise their children right. I hate when niggas blame everything on white people. I hate when niggas don’t think. I hate when niggas don’t travel. I hate when niggas think the only way to get rich is be illegal. I hate niggas.

“There’s two types of Black people in this country. There’s Black people, and there’s niggas. And niggas have got to go!” – Chris Rock

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Stuck Up Black Bitch

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There has been a resurgence in the Black female community of grassroots attitudes and natural hairstyle trends. This seemingly brings an obscure decline to the Stuck Up Black Bitch we have so glorified for the past 3 or 4 decades, mainly through Hip Hop.

What is a Stuck Up Black Bitch, and what makes her so coveted in the Black community?

I believe this phenomena was propelled by the rise of late 20th century African American art and culture to mainstream media through music, and movies. Movies like Waiting to Exhale, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, and even Boomerang may have catapulted the attitude of Black women to egotistical heights.

In the 90’s, Queen Latifah was the clear forerunner of the powerful Black woman movement in Hip Hop. With her mid 90’s sitcom Living Single, she made an even greater impression on how the world perceived the Black women of America. Claire Huxtable was becoming a novelty, almost a fairytale.

With the foundation of music, television, and film’s characters, and themes of what a Black woman’s attitude consists of, her main variable is still the Black man. Black men have pushed the straight haired, voluptuous, financially independent, fashionista to the upper echelon of Black beauty. The video vixen, the independent woman, the high class hoe, and even the adult film star have taken but all the attention from the submissive, family oriented, quaint, church going Black woman.

Still, why the attitude? I’m under the impression most Black women are ultimately in fear of being single forever. With that fear, a bad attitude towards men, particularly Black men, is more of a defense mechanism. Statistics prove that the average Black woman in her late 20’s to early 30’s is destine to earn a larger income than her Black male counterpart. With prison statistics still greatly weighing heavy on the Black man, things ain’t changing too soon.

A “bad” attitude is also a prime attraction to and for Black women. The generation of African Americans born in the late 70’s to 80’s had a number of intimate relationship hurdles to overcome at young ages. Divorce rose considerably for this generation’s parents, and the single mother is prevalent. The strength of a single mother alone should be enough to accommodate a fierce and demanding attitude. So the attraction is similar to what these persons see and want in their mother.

Is she a bitch? Yes, the Stuck Up Black woman is a bitch, and she wears that title with pride. She runs with a pack of other stuck up bitches as well. She’s mean, and she loves being called a bitch. Despite fights in the Black community to rid this language toward Black women, like other derogatory terms, many Black women have made light of it.

Though the “natural” Black woman is returning to mainstream and making her presence known, the Stuck Up Black Bitch ain’t gon’ change. I believe the clash is warranted and I love every bit of it. I love Black women and how innovative they are. Straight hair, nappy hair, fake hair, no hair, it’s all about the booty nigga!