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Africans Shuckin' & Jivin' For Their Former Colonizers

This sh*t is the most ridiculous behavior I've ever witnessed in my life Africa is not rising with these types of Africans

By IwriteMywrongsPublished 3 months ago 4 min read
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Thursday, 28 March 2024

By: TB Obwoge

Here we go again! I mean come on now? The gatekeepers of blackness, skin bleaching, insulting dark skin people, that think light skin is white skin. When race isn't even a real thing.

Yeah, yeah, yeah I know it is not every African that fits this build.

I know this, however where are they when these type that I'm about to write about are "coonin and buffin" for white people?

Especially for white people that are so damned racist that they don't even love their own grandchildren because their momma has a little bit of African DNA!

Africans who are rampant on social media, posting about African rising because of coups, some millions who still shave their Black Africans daughter's bald are chasing down the love of white folks.

However when Queen Elizabeth died, she graced the cover of almost ever English speaking country. Ghana was among the many African countries that ordered their national flags lowered for the mourning of the Queen. African leaders and Africans rushed to the UK for the funeral.

Travel from Nigeria to the UK increased by 140%, while several artists Americans and others refused to perform at the corination of King Charles. While most Africans applauded their entertainers for performing where others refused to do so.

Black America Side Eyein’ Africans Thinkin’ it’s Flex to Sing for a Racist Wearing Your Stolen Shit

Watching Nigerians and Ghanaians trying to claim Tiwa Savage because she sang at the coronation of Charles whatever he is. The fact that they continue to post this is frustrating and it should show Blacks in America why Africans don’t care about racism in America when they immigrate.

They often would rather side with white people on everything, even hatred of Black Americans. Definitely should understand why it’s also not that sweet when you’re living in an African country being a Black American.

Living in Africa or even just on social media you can often hear and see the hatred for the west or as many Africans say the ‘whites’ as they think the western countries are only filled with white people. There is always this deep deeded hatred for the way Africa is at the current moment.

Most blame the west for everything even gay people, yet their gross leaders aren’t the issue. Even Black to Africans sit on the soap boxes and preach about countries some of them don’t even follow in the current news about the white man’s damage.

I hope they’re watching as Africans from various countries are applauding having a seat at the table with some old ass man wearing their stolen shit. I can’t imagine seeing a real Black American even uttering such nonsense, I mean he’s wearing your stolen shit sitting on wealth gained from your misery and pain.

It is very embarrassing to see cousins acting like this, then they’ll turn around and hate their own brothers and sisters because they’re of another tribe. This is so hard to believe in 2023 this shit is happening right in front of the faces of everyone. Oh in case you don’t get his joke she’s actually Nigerian not Ghanaian.

Funny how Ghanaians who are xenophobic against Nigerians are really trying to claim her.

Africans being so proud to be picked, especially after no one else wanted to perform, that is the most disgusting part about it. Being chosen because no one else wanted the job. DAMN!

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How was this a win for Africa, I will never understand even a year later and it has done nothing to make life better for Ghana or Africa. It simply shows white racists that what others won't do Africans will!

There is no wonder Nigeria and Ghana are countries with a skin bleaching problem. Where the lighter skin is killing them. The fact that these types of Africans find that performing for their former colonial masters are a good thing.

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Then they wonder why Africa is in a choke hold under the dehumanization of Western countries, along with Russia and China. This behavior is frankly sad, did they even care that everyone else was turning down the chances and these African artitsts were asked last?

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Watch: Our Performance At The Royal Commonwealth Service at the West Minster Abbey in London

This is meant alot to us, not just us but the Whole of Uganda and Africa as a whole, Thank you God, Thank you our Fans, Thank you to our Team that made sure this Happens, We are Grateful

This post above was posted to the Ugandan Ghetto Kids Facebook page, along with the link of their perfmance. This from African children in front of a family that won't even accept their biracial grand-children.

Once again Black Africans using their bodies and talents for their colonial masters, the fact they think this is a pride and joy for all of Africa is the saddest thing in life.

This is likened to the Ugandan woman that thinks a white teenager "appears" better raised then 2 Black teenagers, even though there is nothing in the photo that suggest the two Black teenagers were raised with poor parenting. You can read that below.

Uganda is also a country where almost all of the population are daker in skin color, yet they still have several incidents of colorism in the country. Sometimes it appears that there is no hope for Africans and the African continent.

©️TB Obwoge 2023 All Rights Reserved

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About the Creator

IwriteMywrongs

I'm the president of a nonprofit. I've lived in 3 countries, I love to travel, take photos and help children and women around the world! One day I pray an end to Child Marriages, Rape and a start to equal Education for ALL children 🙏🏽

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