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Kodak Black paid Young MA a compliment

Internets, What kind of world do we live in, when a man can't express his desire to make sweet, passi
Kodak Black paid Young MA a compliment
By Byron Crawford • Issue #100 • View online
Internets,
What kind of world do we live in, when a man can’t express his desire to make sweet, passionate love to a woman without being called everything other than a child of god by the self-righteous fucks on Black People Twitter?
It’s almost as if there’s a conspiracy to prevent black people from procreating.
How else to explain the widespread outrage that greeted remarks from Kodak Black about how he wouldn’t mind having sex with Young MA (which some women would take as a compliment)?
Kodak Black, you’ll recall, is the young Florida Man who walked out on an interview with “Ebro in the Morning” after host Ebro, solely for the purpose of boosting his personal brand, tried to get him to talk about “steamy non-con sex,” knowing good and well he has a case pending in South Carolina.
A few years ago, he came under fire for saying that he wouldn’t want to date a girl who’s as black as he is (few people, regardless of gender, are as black as he is), and that light-skinted girls are easier to control.
Young MA is the butch lesbian rapper who, a while back, had that song “OOOUUU.” It was an SJW-music-writer cause célèbre and an actual, albeit minor, hit at rap radio. I used to hear it sometimes at Warehouse #1. I’m not sure what she’s been up to since, other than chewing rugs. Her career may have been put on hold when Cardi B emerged.
Kodak Black has a song out called “Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy,” in which he says something to the effect of, “If Young MA has a vagine, I intend to fuck it.” Since the song dropped, a few weeks ago, Kodak stans have been flooding Young MA’s Instagram comments with references to the song. There was no way that Young MA’s own fans could drown them out, because this is 2019.
This finally led, the other day, to Young MA bitching and moaning about how Kodak Black’s fans are weird, that Kodak himself is on drugs, and they should understand that she has no interest in being with a man. Hence her personal appearance, and her Elizabeth Holmes-style fake-masculine voice.
(Elizabeth Holmes, btw? Sexy AF. Yeah, I said it!)
At that point, many of the worst people on the Internets, in an attempt to drive “engagement,” sought credit for the fact that they would never write a song about having sex with a woman who clearly wasn’t interested in having sex with them. (Admittedly, I was impressed.) Some of them argued that Kodak Black should know better than to do such a thing, as an accused rapist, which doesn’t even make any sense.
Arguably, propositioning an obvious lesbian is whatever the opposite of homophobia is, because it’s suggesting that she’s still worthy of having sex with a man. 
Think about it.
Similarly confused, Kodak Black went on Instagram Live and raised the question, If Young MA has a vagine, why wouldn’t she want it penetrated? He brings up a good point: Why does a pocket exist, if not to be filled with something? And if you fill it with anything at all, is that not a tacit admission that you’d prefer the thing that’s supposed to go in there?
I’m not saying that Young MA is obligated to have sex with Kodak Black. I’m just saying. Personally, I think it’s important that we accept everyone’s sexual preference, no matter how unsavory it is (nullus), and part of that is accepting straight men’s occasional desire to have sex with an obvious lesbian.
If Holier Than Thou Twitter disagrees, then what they’re saying is that some sexual preferences are gross and should be outlawed, and if that’s the case, then I might be inclined to agree, provided it’s not confined strictly to Kodak’s obsession with Young MA.
lol jk
No but really.
Take it easy on yourself,
Bol

 

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