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(Video) Reginae Carter Seemingly Responds To Lil’ Wayne & 50 Cent’s Conversation That Implied Black Women Can’t Be “Exotic” And Perpetuated The “Angry Black Woman” Stereotype–“I’m Black! I’m beautiful!”

On Monday, Reginae Carter seemingly responded to the comments that were made during her father Lil’ Wayne’s conversation with 50 Cent that alluded to Black women not being “exotic” and perpetuated the “angry” Black woman stereotype. 

During an interview, the two discussed a lot from music to Black women, and that’s where many people gave them both a side-eye.

While Wayne was getting a good “ki ki!,” 50 stated ,”They get mad; they get angry.”  He added that Black women ask him “how did you end with this motherf- or this and that?,” he shared.

With an uncontrollable laughter, Wayne replied, “For real. They get real angry.”

The New York native referred to the Black woman as “angry Black motherf-r,” while saying Black women are “trying to f-k up the whole vibe.” He went on and implied that not only are the women in his community not exotic but other women from different cultures look different from what one would normally see.

“That s-t is exotic. That s-t look a lot different from the s-t you see in the neighborhood all the time. That s-t looks like it come off a boat, baby,” he so comfortably added.

Reginae took to Twitter and wrote,”I’m black ! I’m beautiful ! I’m enough ! I’m exotic ! I’m amazing ! I’m one of a mf kind !!!! Now where my black beautiful Queens at?”

I’m black ! I’m beautiful ! I’m enough ! I’m exotic ! I’m amazing ! I’m one of a mf kind !!!! Now where my black beautiful Queens at ? 🥰

— Love me (@reginae_carter1) July 6, 2020

A person on Twitter stated,

“Just when you think Lil’ Wayne and 50 Cent can’t get anymore anti-black and colorist, they join forces and top themselves. Black women…PLEASE STOP SUPPORTING THESE ASHY N-s.

Just when you think Lil Wayne and 50 Cent can’t get anymore anti-black and colorist, they join forces and top themselves. Black women….PLEASE STOP SUPPORTING THESE ASHY NIGGAS.

— Where’s The $34,800,000?? (@BrrrLaStrange) July 5, 2020

Another Twitter user added,

Where’s all the outrage for 50 Cent and Lil Wayne self hating a-s? Y’all had all the smoke for J Cole, but are quiet af about their degrading comments about black women… Where’s Chance? Where’s Earl? Y’all pick and choose y’all battles, huh?

Where’s all the outrage for 50 Cent and Lil Wayne self hating asses? Y’all had all the smoke for J Cole, but are quiet af about their degrading comments about black women… Where’s Chance? Where’s Earl? Y’all pick and choose y’all battles, huh? 🤨🧐🧐🧐

— Jaleana (@TimeIsJillmatic) July 6, 2020

In response, Toya Reginae’s mama, expressed:

“My daughter so D-n beautiful. You are everything queen. Don’t you forget that.”

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#ToyaJohnson co-signs her daughter #Reginae’s message about beauty following #LilWayne’s and #50Cent’s conversation (SWIPE)

A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Jul 6, 2020 at 3:52pm PDT

Take a look at the clip below.

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#PressPlay: #50Cent talks to #LilWayne about exploring “exotic” women and “angry black women” getting mad 🎥: youngmoneyradio

A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Jul 5, 2020 at 3:52pm PDT

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