The Economic Consequences of Black Women Supporting Men Like Kodak Black
If it is one thing I have learned over the last decade of blogging, it is not to give attention to those who say things that are detrimental to my spirit or the spirit of black women in general. However, with rapper Kodak Black being the latest black man to use social media to let black women know how much he hates them, I decided to share with you all an article written by blogger Muslim Bushido.
I share this post because no doubt Kodak will issue an apology in the coming days once someone hips him to the fact that black women are probably some of his biggest supporters. In other words, the convicted felon and accused rapist won’t apologize because he didn’t mean it, of course he did. He will apologize once he realizes his finances are in danger. He will apologize once he realizes he doesn’t have black women to help him support his Becky, Mei Ling or Guadalupe.
I also share this article in the hope that the Pick Me brigade will read it and come to their senses. Supporting men like Kodak Black will not make him love or want you. He will never choose you. Financially supporting men like him will only lead to your financial ruin. Sistas, the money you spend creates generational effects. Your money has been creating heaven and hell for different groups of women. Right now, most black women are spending their money to create hell for themselves and heaven for generations of nonblack women.
Sistas, I ask that you take a moment out of your time, grab a cup of tea, and read these two articles I have linked below. Most of all, I ask that you do your due diligence before you spend another dime on some of these men. On a personal level, I don’t support black men with non-black-looking wives. Yeah, I said it and make no excuses for my choice.
We all know in the black community black men don’t view black women as status symbols, so when they get two pennies to rub together they run towards the lightest, brightest and whitest women they can find. For some of these men, they don’t even see this as hate or a problem. Just a choice. And just like they have a choice, so I do. And I choose not to spend my money on black men who think less of black women for no other reason than we look like them.
Article #2: I’m Not Paying Becky’s Light Bill