Wow. Super-annoying short. And it doesn’t even make sense…”clever” hipsters wonder why they’re hated on.
Via Gothamist: Just what the world needed: Kanye West and Jay-Z’s Grammy-nominated Watch the Throne album turned into an indie short featuring bespectacled, young ladies described as “indie” by IFC (who is putting out the short).
DRIEST MOST BLAND SHIT EVER.
this is the most awkward piece of shit i’ve ever seen what the fuck were they thinking?
I tried to watch this but even my notorious reverse-racism haterage couldn’t get me much past the 2min mark.
I know this isn’t worth my time, but
- can we move past these jokes about how it’s funny when white women repeat things said by black men, because white women are weak and innocent and black men are the opposite? (I’m thinking how it’s suddenly cute and quirky when white female singers cover rap songs.)
- there’s plenty more to talk about within that album, this is insulting
- the vapid self-indulgence of whiteness is an understatement
- I need to start putting placards on things saying, “White people, this shit isn’t yours”
i hate you motherfuckers. dead ass. really. FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU? And they get money for this? Motherfuckers paid these white bitches to do this? Yea? Suck my dick.
These stupid ass white girls in their stupid ass dry ass motherfuckin video with their ridiculously low budget, I shot this in my mom’s kitchen lookin ass, CVS quality camera. What the fuck did I just sit through for 1:30 of my damn life?!?
Goddamn, that was only 1:30? Felt like fucking hours.
Look, you’re all just looking for something to hate and over-analyze. It’s not a big deal. I actually found it pretty amusing, seeing as how they turned a rap song into a movie scene. So yeah, they’re white and young and probably hipsters. WHO THE FUCK CARES. You want to turn it into a whole black/white thing, when it’s not. Most of popular rap music is simply modern Ebonics mashed together to make song lyrics (that probably none of you can relate to), played over a catchy bass with the occasionally auto-tuned chorus. Yes, the idea of rap music grew with the strength of the black community, but it is not limited to black people. Anyone can enjoy rap, anyone can interpret rap however they will, and that includes this video.
Personally, I don’t understand why anyone would make such fools out of themselves by exploiting and destroying the English language with Ebonics, whether they be Black, White, Hispanic, Asian, Middle-Eastern, or any other ethnicity you can think of. I think Jay-Z is a hard-working individual, but I don’t appreciate his contribution to the genre of rap. But I know he in an educated individual who has earned his money. Kanye West I’m a little iffy about. Just because, well, I am. For reasons I choose to keep private. All in all, I thought the video was amusing and I think everything written above is just hateful and ignorant and not well thought-out. I think this isn’t that big a deal and I think if you would just shut up and see things from a bigger, broader point of view, you wouldn’t get so damn worked up.
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