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  • Re: A Serious Discussion About "African-American Culture"

    Yall bitch niggas pop shit about african americans until yall blue in the face then act all surprised when we clap back, fuck yall niggas
    Rasta.gnsrip.dilla
  • Re: A Serious Discussion About "African-American Culture"

    Rasta. wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    @Judge_Judah Too many forumers are scared to embrace their identity (I'll pen more at a later time)
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    You the one that's insecure about your African identity to the point that you claim to be an ancient Jew

    Bruh, you must be confusing me with somebody else. I'm an Ashanti man of the Oyoko clan, rulers of the Ashanti empire....rebellious and proud people. Ashanti blood run through my veins, insecure is the last word you'd ever describe me @OGClarenceBoddicker
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    @Rasta.

    I knew we be going at on here but how you liking the culture in New Orleans?
    So far so good, reminds me a lot of home with the food and music but too much violence.

    A lot of volience. But it's much more calm then when I was there.

    But do you feel the culture there?

    Tell these dudes AA do have culture of their own.

    @Rasta.

    Naa bruh,

    Like I said, African niggas online sayin African Americans have no culture while participating in our culture by way of using our slang, copying the way we talk.

    When and where did i say y'all have no culture? Slang? lmao...I know the talk of the medium i find myself in. I speak proper english at work, i'll speak broken english(pidgin) with my African niggas, i'll speak my asante language with my grandma/moms/family. I'll slang it when i see niggas...this my friend is called assimilation into the culture. Insecure ass nigga
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    @Judge_Judah Too many forumers are scared to embrace their identity (I'll pen more at a later time)
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    You the one that's insecure about your African identity to the point that you claim to be an ancient Jew

    Bruh, you must be confusing me with somebody else. I'm an Ashanti man of the Oyoko clan, rulers of the Ashanti empire....rebellious and proud people. Ashanti blood run through my veins, insecure is the last word you'd ever describe me @OGClarenceBoddicker
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    @Rasta.

    I knew we be going at on here but how you liking the culture in New Orleans?
    So far so good, reminds me a lot of home with the food and music but too much violence.

    A lot of volience. But it's much more calm then when I was there.

    But do you feel the culture there?

    Tell these dudes AA do have culture of their own.

    @Rasta.

    Naa bruh, Nola has a culture of its own, not all AA's. This is the main reason it reminds me of home (Ghana). Even within the state itself, there's a subculture within folks down here. You can't dismiss the effects the influx of islanders/son of slaves have on the people though. However, NOLA ain't like any other state in the US where black folk are concerned.
    .....And the violence is bad, over some dumb shit too smfh

    Typical lyin ass African nigga
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    gnsrip.dillaDNB1
  • Re: A Serious Discussion About "African-American Culture"

    Rasta. wrote: »
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    @Judge_Judah Too many forumers are scared to embrace their identity (I'll pen more at a later time)
    Rasta. wrote: »
    Many insecure niggas on here

    Speak on it bruh

    You the one that's insecure about your African identity to the point that you claim to be an ancient Jew

    Bruh, you must be confusing me with somebody else. I'm an Ashanti man of the Oyoko clan, rulers of the Ashanti empire....rebellious and proud people. Ashanti blood run through my veins, insecure is the last word you'd ever describe me @OGClarenceBoddicker
    Shizlansky wrote: »
    @Rasta.

    I knew we be going at on here but how you liking the culture in New Orleans?
    So far so good, reminds me a lot of home with the food and music but too much violence.

    A lot of volience. But it's much more calm then when I was there.

    But do you feel the culture there?

    Tell these dudes AA do have culture of their own.

    @Rasta.

    Naa bruh,

    Like I said, African niggas online sayin African Americans have no culture while participating in our culture by way of using our slang, copying the way we talk.
    gnsrip.dilla
  • Re: A Serious Discussion About "African-American Culture"

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    I feel at stab at my heart whenever I hear of people referring to trap queen, Future's music, whatever the new dance fad is, as a part of out culture.

    Hip-hop is, yes, in someways, but I would hope people with distance themselves from the more debauchery forms of hip-hop. It's cool to listen to, but not something I would want to be seen as "black culture."

    But it is a part of our culture
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    whether you like it or not, it's a part of young African American culture, you can't have Cab Calloway then try to throw Gucci Mane in the bushes, they both are AAs who have contributed to our arts

    And there is no such thing as "black culture" I am an African American, the next black man might be Hatian, the other black man might be Nigerian, but we all have our own separate cultures

    Plus, AAs simply referring to themselves as "black" is part of the reason why these niggas are too dumb to even realize that they have a culture and not being able to pinpoint their specific culture

    @ bold. Then they should refer to themselves as Nigerian American, or Haitian American.

    Black Americans have no such identity, so we simply simply refer to ourselves as Black Americans. Unless they want to randomly claim one of the West African cultures.

    Gucci has not contributed anything, eventually everyone will forget about him and his music, and yet, Cab Calloway is still being mentioned.

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    BTW Friday is a part of AA culture, I guess ya'll will deny that too smh
    rip.dilla