Number of sexual partners aside, I got to thinkin’ about uncommon events of a person’s past that would prohibit me from dating them.I’m not talkin’ about coming from a criminal background or havin’ caught an STD that was curable.They aren’t main stream radio heavy hitters yet, but I know that the day will come where they’re stars.I see these women aggressively pursuing each of them and I give these chicks the side eye.F*ck e-swag, because that doesn’t mean sh*t in the real world.
Well, it’s fitting that you called Iggy Azelea “Darth Becky,” because she’s in the news today for claiming that using that word is racist. Do I recognize the irony in Iggy Azelea — the hip-hop equivalent of cucumber salad wrapped in a week-old chitlin — calling something racist? So it’s the difference between something being truly racist and something being racially insensitive, but not actually racist? Admittedly, referring to White women as “Becky” isn’t particularly nice, but it’s ultimately a reaction to a certain type of privileged young White woman who exists in a state of racial obliviousness that shifts from intentionally clueless to intentionally condescending. From my perusing of blogs and websites, I’ve learned that people love to talk about s*x and celebrities.This got me to thinkin’ about what my life would be like if I dated a celebrity? Is it something that I could truly be a part of without letting my ego and insecurities get the best of me? Becky With The Good Hair is apparently the woman Jay Z cheated on Beyonce with. For years, “Becky” has been used as a general reference for a particular type of White woman. It’s actually easier for me to say whether a White woman would be considered a Becky than it is to explain the criteria.