Wednesday, June 07, 2006

O. Hell Naw!!!

Did Oprah Misstepped???

Why Oprah’s Lack of Connectiveness with the Hip Hop Generation may cost her in the long run…The Outraged Negro Reports…

When I read about Oprah chastising the rapper Ludacris about his rap lyrics I thought to myself O. Hell Naw!!!The rapper whose guberment name is Christopher Brian Bridges already paid his bad nigger dues when one of White Amerikkka’s Gatekeepers and Pimps Mr. Bill ‘I Want To Get Rowdy In My Manly Female Assistant’s Pants And Wear Her Panties’ O’ Reilly messed up Ludacris’ Pepsi pay day and who ironically endorsed the poster boy for "Why Drugs Are Bad mmm Okay" Mr. Ozzy Osbourne…Anyway being that Ludacris is from A**lanta he should have gotten an endorsement deal with the hometown product, Coca Cola…

Now to have White Amerikkka’s favorite Black Nanny since Nell Carter (R.I.P.) and Aunt ‘Dem Cakes Sho iz Good Wit Al O’ Dat Sirrup’ Jemima go after you is like having hot grits thrown in your face…I am not by any means trying to take away anything from Oprah as a successful business entrepreneur, media darling, cultural icon, and humanitarian, but what I do find fault with is how others perceive her…

Oprah no matter how smart, insightful and well read she may be is a human being whose truthiness or opinions a.k.a shznt are no more factual or rosy smelling than anyone else's…If I was Oprah I would be wondering why White Amerikkka loves me so much (most people who are for Black folks and for justice are usually considered threats to the Amerikkkan Establishment and for you misled fools who say something about Dr. King being White Amerikkka’s friend then I would ask why was he killed???)…

The fact that White Amerikkka can proclaim Oprah to be a Prophet or God and yet still find it controversial that Jesus was a Black man and Mary Magdalene was more than just a private dancer for Jesus should disturb any rational minded individual regardless of how they may feel about Oprah the success story and Amerikkkan Dream

Ludacris made a great point in stating the obvious which was he came on the show as a cast member to support the award winning film Crash…He did not come on as a rapper to promote a new album, but as an actor or raptor (rapper + actor)…The fact that Oprah would be so condescending to Ludacris when she never chastised Dave ‘Back To Africa' Chappelle and Chris ‘Crack Kills Brain Cells’ Rock for the content of their artistry is pure hippo shittal!!!

Oprah’s show is too pop-culture heavy and not substantive enough to take on real life issues in a sincere and productive way…Like 50 ‘Beaver Teeth’ Cent says her audience is mostly middle aged White women who want to spend their time drugged out on Prozac and falling in love with gay guys they thought were straight (Tom Cruise). The fact that Oprah stated on Ed ‘Kiss Dat A** To Make Dat Cash’ Lover’s Show several weeks ago ( click to listen to Oprah Hip Hop's Interview) that she liked 50 ‘Beaver Teeth’ Cent's "In Da Club" song because of the beat proves to me that Oprah is just a consumer slave like everyone elseShe, like most people, blocks out certain things like lyrical content in order to get the so-called instant gratification of hearing an addictive beat…A junkie with money just like Whitney

Ludacris, 50 Cent or Hip Hop for that matter isn’t the problem, but White Amerikkka and the entertainment industry as a whole is…People must realize that before there was a Bob ‘Pimping Ain’t Easy But It Still Pays The Bills’ Johnson and B.E.T. (Black Excrement Typhoidvision) that Amerikkka’s entertainment industry was built on racist and sexist stereotypes…

Entertainment in the U.S.A. has always been made for the enjoyment of White folkkks first and foremostWhen Black folks were trying to do serious theatre back in the 1820s in New York at the African Grove Theatre, they were shut down because White Amerikkkans didn’t want their niggers and coons doing Shakespeare they just wanted them to shake their asses while chucking spears and dropping it like it hotThis is one of the reasons why the African Grove Theatre alum and brilliant Ira Aldridge left Amerikkka for Europe…By doing so he eventually became known as one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of all timeT.D. Rice, the Father of the Amerikkkan minstrel caricature (most notably Jim Crow), and Stephen Foster, the Father of the Amerikkkan minstrel song, were White Cultural Pimps who created the trend of aping Black folks and their culture (Think Elvis, Eminem)…

Until Black folks have an actual economic and political ownership of so called Black Amerikkkan culture then Oprah’s approach with Ludacris and others will have very little effectWhat Oprah really needs to do if she wants to change the self indulgent and self destructive nature of the Amerikkkan entertainment industry in particular and our society in general is to present shows that really tell a true perspective not truthiness assumption about the Amerikkkan entertainment industryAlthough that would probably be career suicide (that what normally happens when you upset the sensibilities of White Amerikkka), at least the people can have the actual chance to decide to continue to live as mindless a**holes or better informed and conscious human beings

Yours Truly Even If You Think I Wont Be Around For Much Longer… The Outraged Negro

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3 comments:

B.L. said...

I think you are dead on about Oprah. Despite her
self-centered interview style, faux sincerity, and
need to always be the center of attention, she gets a
free pass because of how mainstream society is using
her. I am glad Ludacris stood up (no pun intended)
against her.

B.L. said...

I think you are dead on about Oprah. Despite her
self-centered interview style, faux sincerity, and
need to always be the center of attention, she gets a
free pass because of how mainstream society is using
her. I am glad Ludacris stood up (no pun intended)
against her.

B.L. said...

I think you are dead on about Oprah. Despite her
self-centered interview style, faux sincerity, and
need to always be the center of attention, she gets a
free pass because of how mainstream society is using
her. I am glad Ludacris stood up (no pun intended)
against her.