Monday, April 23, 2007

Beyonce Is Turning Our Young Black Men Into Young Black Women

14 comments:

  1. Wait 'til Al Sharpton hears about THIS.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Anonymous4/23/2007

    Paris is burning!

    ReplyDelete
  3. On the one hand, it's sort of cute. He's an attention-seeker doing what attention-seeking kids do.

    On the other, I get the feeling that this young chap doesn't need Beyonce to quite so... how you say... theatrical. Either way, he needs to be enrolled in a performing arts class/school asap, or he's gonna drive his folks mad.

    ReplyDelete
  4. ROTFLMAO!!! This shiznit is hilarious!!!! I've never seen the Beyoncee video, bu tman, he's good! All he needs is a Beyonceee wig...

    ReplyDelete
  5. It could be worse. He could be singing, "I got 99 problems but a bitch ain't one."

    ReplyDelete
  6. umm.... wow. What? Suddenly, I'm reminded of back when I was in High School. One of the (predominantly black) schools in the area had a dude majorette... I mean he wore the same sparkly unitard and stockings as the female majorettes. It was weird and off putting to everyone who watched. The weirdest part was that then next year, a rival school had their own male majorette and they'd try to out-gay each other at halftime.

    Seeing this video makes me think that male majorettes have to get their start somewhere...

    ReplyDelete
  7. Is this what happens when there isn't a male role model in the household? Someone should be arrested for child abuse. This kid is f*cked.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Anonymous4/26/2007

    yeah, jammq, cuz being like a woman is the worst thing EVER.

    ReplyDelete
  9. A short list of men who liked being like a woman . . . Dennis Rodman, Rupaul, J. Edgar Hoover, Rudy Giuiliani, Rosie O'Donnell . . . not a list you want to be on, if you ask me.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Anonymous4/27/2007

    @jammq - I agree. That kid is f*cked. He rolls his neck better than I do.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Anonymous4/29/2007

    this is @ day care, the day care should be nurturing this kid instead of having him perform but if this is the only outlet for the kid, LET EM LIVE

    ReplyDelete
  12. Let the little queen play. So what if he grows up knowing all the words to Beyonce songs and can dance better than half the strippers in Vegas, at least he'll have a job when he gets older.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Anonymous5/14/2007

    i think this is an example of the way the world is heading these days. yes he's asking for attention, but its jus a start to what he is gonna become. i wont blame it on beyonce, because female artists have to put out their feminine videos. i think its the environment the kid lives in, if he sees this constantly and is around girls dancing like woman should and he doesn't have that male role model to show that he shouldn't follow that, then he will grow up that way. I myself being a female and do dance like that in front of my little 8 yr old male cousin. i let him know that guys dont do that and show him the dancing men should do, especially since i m a big fan of male dancing, i enjoy doing it. but from what i stated in the beginning, i feel like its "come out season" more and more men are gay and these days its looked at as nothing bad and completely normal. being gay today is displayed as something that people shouldn't be afraid of beoming especially with all the celebrities coming out. i believe that their are alot athletes, rappers, boyfriends men in general that are gay (or bisexual) and will not admit it, because it maybe shameful for them. i can go on forever with this subject, but i will stop. and i dont think its cute or funny. but he will probably be a good back up dancer and gay.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Anonymous7/18/2007

    TRUTH:

    he was MOSTLY likely gay before the song.

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts with Thumbnails