Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Joe Biden’s “you ain’t black,” remarks explained…..


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The England-born rapper, activist, author, Zuby is well known for his takes on politics if you follow him on Twitter. He was suspended from the Twitter platform after responding to a person who said they sleep with more women then he does. Zuby responded, “OK Dude,” and found himself temporarily banned. Zuby even made a rap song about it.

Zuby recently weighed into the remarks made by former Vice-President Joe Biden who went on the Breakfast Club and told host Charlemagne the God, “if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me (Joe Biden) or Trump then you ain’t black.” Biden made the remarks with his best version of a southern drawl, with a little slang for added pleasure to the radio show large black following.

Of all the takes on this issue, Zuby had the best I’ve heard so far. Read for yourself:






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