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@cthagod but there are plenty who do, but their wokeness is looked at as "anger, bitter, black twitter feminist".— RedBottomKittenHeels (@NonOfYaBiznz) December 7, 2016
@cthagod Man to man, caping for a white supremacist won't get you the love you're looking for.— Dr. Mansa Keita (@rasmansa) December 7, 2016
@cthagod Are you going to use your plageform to elevate us the way you elevated her?— A Black Populist (@briebriejoy) December 7, 2016
@cthagod Donkey of the Day!— Yolett McCuin (@CoachYoJU) December 7, 2016
Charlamagne recently caught heat after posing and looking chummy with alt-right (read white supremacist) fave Lahren, even receiving a few words from HOT 97’s Ebro and Peter Rosenberg. “You do not have to get on TV and Sambo like that bro,” said Ebro, while Rosenberg sent out a number of tweets. Hopefully, Charlamagne will do some research next time he thinks it’s a good idea to send out a tweet asking Black women to create a platform like Lahren’s. But if you’ve been following Charlamagne and are aware of the kind of person he is, then you know it’s probably not likely.
@cthagod delete this nonsense— shawndel⭐ (@stargirltinashe) December 7, 2016