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Candace Owens tried Cardi B and got verbally slayed

 

Candace Owens (left); Cardi B (right)


Published 09/08/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 56 sec 

By Nehemiah D. Frank, founding publisher and editor-in-chief

Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell are Black Republicans; both are dope AF as they’ve reached prominence in their careers. Notably, they probably won’t be voting for Trump’s reelection because they — like the other small-handful of ‘smart’ Republicans who have actual moral values and see each Black life as more than 3/5th’s of a human being — realize that the current American President is mentally deranged and racist as hell.   

But what in Klansville is going on with Candace Owens? The girl just can’t seem to stop hating on her own people. In fact, I’ve never heard her say one positive thing about Black Americans.

Hence, Owens don’ stuck her own foot in her mouth again, y’all. 

Starting a feud with hip-hop mogul Cardi B, Owens couldn’t resist that white supremacist, self-hating urge to put Cardi’s name between her anti-Black flappin’ lips. 

Owens began her dramatic crusade against Cardi, stepping out of pocket and posting a clip from her appearance on The Ben Shapiro Show where she refers to Cardi as “illiterate” and an “embarrassment” to Black America. 

Owens went on bumping her saditty gums, criticizing 2020, presidential candidate (vice president) Joe Biden’s interview with Cardi B, arguing from the position that Biden’s actions were pandering to Black sheeple. Owens went on to likened Biden’s effort to pandering Black Americans by using Cardi’s large platform to Trump inviting a conversation and endorsement from musical artist Justin Bieber — which never happened. 

Not sure where the hell she gets a Justin Bieber comparison to Cardi, but Owens clearly pointed out that Justin is a ‘Christian.’ 

Which to me, equates to saying:

Justin Bieber + Christian = Good White Man 

Hence, Owens pretty much said that people like Cardi are less than human and, therefore, undeserving of being civically heard. 

Nonetheless, we all know Cardi B doesn’t take anybody’s sh*t. 

The current reigning hip hop queen responded, “Why wouldn’t Joe Biden sit down with me? I have millions of followers and I pay millions in taxes … I’m heard all around the world. The same way I get people to pop their p***y and have a good time and make them feel like a bad bitch — I can also encourage millions of followers to go vote.” 

Boom! I’m LMFAO, yall. 😂 I love how Cardi reads the f*ck out of Candace Owens in this bad and boujee clap back. 

Cardi’s social media following and star power alone can actually determine a presidential election.

The Biden team’s reaching out to Camp Cardi is a smart *ss campaigning strategy on Biden’s part as Cardi has a whoppin’ 75.1 million Instagram followers. 

Reputably, it also means that Biden is concerned about what voters like Cardi have to say and that he’s less concerned with racist stigma and sees Cardi and those who grew up in the hood as fully human, something the current President struggles to comprehend and do. 

Black and Brown people have rights, too, got-dammit! 

And Candace, be careful, honey. Cardi B doesn’t play nice; she’s from the Bronx, yo! 

But we know Candace don’t-know-nothin’ about Cardi’s fierceness because she didn’t see Cardi sling a 9-inch heel at Asia, then attempt to whoop Asia’s a$$ on Love and Hip Hop. 👀

And, yes, Candace, we know we used a double negative in that last sentence, so if you’re reading this: chill girl and have a session or two with maryjane — she’s legal in a number of states.

Sadly, this wasn’t the first time that we’ve heard the Black Republican and getting pimped out by white men house girl saying problematic sh*t about Black Americans.

Earlier this year, Owens horrifyingly downplayed the modern-day lynching and murder of unarmed jogger Ahmaud Arbery. Over summer, she also unfairly criticized the death of George Floyd, saying, “I do not support George Floyd and the media’s depiction of him as a martyr for Black America.” Owens judged Floyd’s history and not the videography and circumstances of Floyd’s death and how it relates to the larger conversation about the disproportionate killings of Black people by law enforcement officers.  

Candace, we’re going to need you to fall-back, honey, because it’s you that’s an embarrassment to Black America, not queen Cardi B. 

Notably, Candace still hasn’t addressed Breonna Taylor’s death publicly. 

Say her name, Candace.

BREONNA TAYLOR!


Nehemiah D. Frank is the founder, executive editor, and director of The Black Wall Street Times, digital news media company that believes access is the new civil right. He’s also a freelance writer, appearing in TIME Magazine, Tulsa People, and Tulsa World. Frank has been featured in the New York Times, NBC Nightly News, and more. Frank graduated with a general studies degree from Harold Washington College in Chicago, IL, and a political science degree from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, and was a member and chapter president of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. Today, he is a blogger for Education Post, based in Chicago, IL, a national delegate for the National Parents Union, and a board member for the Tulsa World, Tulsa Press Club, and Tulsa’s Table. He is also a public school educator at a local community-led charter school and is a member of Superintendent Joy Hofmeister’s Education Task Force for Equity and Inclusion. In 2017, Frank became a Terence Crutcher Foundation honoree, a recipient of the 2017 METCares Foundation Community Impact Award, a 2018 Black Educators Fellow and gave a TED Talk at the University of Tulsa.

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