June 15, 2018
Vibrant African culture right there.
Some of you may balk at the concept of biting your friend’s faces. It may seem “barbaric,” or “uncivilized.”
But you need to understand that what you’re feeling is merely an expression of narrow-minded Euro-centrism. In other, more “authentic” cultures, biting people in the face is just how they display affection – kind of like how the French kiss each other as a greeting.
It’s not weird – it’s European.
So while some misguided Alt-Right neon-nazis might say that some negro actress biting another Black woman in the face is a display of emerging jungle cannibalism, you can be assured that this is entirely normal.
Case officially closed.
Remember when actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish spilled the tea back December, leaving us all wondering who bit Beyonceé in the face? Well, the mystery culprit she and Chrissy Teigen both refused to identify back then has now been named, and the Internet (especially those hilariously gossipy folks on Twitter is losing its collective mind.
Why do Black people have a propensity to bite people’s faces?
It’s definitely not the first time this happens…
There’s definitely a pattern there…
Some disreputable people have noted that chimps have similar behavior patterns…
Earlier today, the Hollywood Reporter published a feature on Haddish in which she confirms what many suspected — actress Sanaa Lathan is the celebrity friend of Bey who bizarrely chose to bite Queen B during a private party.
In the new Hollywood Reporter spread, the Girls Trip actress finally dished out full details about the shocking incident.
Over the course of the interview, Lacey Rose writes:
“Haddish asks whether I know who did it, and I whisper the name that’s been rumored: Sanaa Lathan. She smiles. ‘I’m super good friends with her stepmom and her dad [Stan, a producer-director], and they were mad at me … They were like, ‘Why would you do this to the family? You know, black actresses, you guys have to stick together, it’s so hard for you guys to get work as it is, why would you try to ruin her career?’ But I didn’t try to ruin her career. I never said her name! I was just trying to say how Beyonce kept me from goin’ to jail that night. I coulda just shut my whole career down.”
Being bit in the face is no reason to bring a sistah’ down.
Yes, these Black sistahs know that if the wider White supremacist culture were to be privy to their peculiar African cultural norms, which may or may not involve facial cannibalism, then their careers would be jeopardized.
As such, they have to conspire to keep the face-biting on the down low.
Blacks refer to this as “not going off-code.”
You one of those desperate off-code black ppl who can’t just disagree with someone? Where’s this same energy to white mommy and white daddy?? You want dare do nothing against them!
— Sweet James Jones jr (@Qfuqua90) December 22, 2017
Naaaaah, cancel all that shit, including the off-code black people
— 🌻 (@tajhayvo) June 1, 2018
Black ppl have found a mechanism for punishing turn-coat and off-code behavior…we stop fkn with you and your work. #ChrisetteMichelle
— MagnumBoom (@WashingtonKaye) November 1, 2017
After a few false starts the No-Thanks-Given address is uploading. I tackle media racism and answer why so many black people persist in being off-code.
When it finishes uploading it should be viewable here and sorry for posting so late: https://t.co/TcEMUybyQF
— ProfessorBlackTruth (@ProfBlacktruth) November 24, 2017
So for example, if a Black man bites another nigga’s face off, and this “victim” goes on to say that face-biting is a problematic aspect of African culture, other Blacks will condemn him for going “off-code.”
It’s so sad that these equal-Americans have to hide their true natures just to be accepted by our bigoted culture.