I stumbled upon this video sometime in the summer and yesterday while watching a make-up video, I saw it in the related videos column and with thousands of views of views. If you haven’t seen it before, I think it’s a great watch.
I for one, find this video so ironic. Not trying to generalize but a majority of blacks/African Americans, including myself, try hard to steer away from the black stereotype. You know what I mean, loud, ostentatious, extremely brazen and ignorant group of people or in other words, ghetto/hood. Now I’m going to be completely honestly, I hate being stereotyped but it’s never really happened to me because I do not fit the stereotype whatsoever. Maybe it’s because I’m African American and honestly, blacks and African Americans are totally different. But anyway, I thought this video was pretty ironic/interesting is that the stereotype that most blacks/African Americans steer away from is what b-gyarus glorify. It’s also kind of funny because supposedly blacks/African Amerifans/Africans don’t have good reputations in Asian countries but lately I’ve been seeing otherwise. I don’t know I just found this really interesting. Here’s my short post for the day. I love B-Gyaru to bits though. They rock Baby Phat better than I ever did. LOl And I really like that brand Cheer! It would make great for dance/cheerleading gear. It’s mega bright and cute. I just really admire b-gyarus because they’re just freaking beautiful man! Any who, ciao bellissimi!