Daaaamn, girl, sistas is MAD HEATED at the editors of Essense for putting Reggie Bush on the cover of their “Black Men, Love & Relationships” issue. You see, Reggie Bush isn’t dating a black girl. He’s dating Kim Kardashian, who, for some reason, Essence readers think is white.
Kim Kardashian is not white. She’s middle eastern, and clearly a woman “of color.” She’s not black, but she’s not Amy Adams. Are these girls blind, or do they think KK got her skin shade from sleeping outside during the day?
Listen to these shrieking banshees:
Why is there a white supremacist on the cover of Essence magazine? Because any person who thinks white women are better is indeed a white supremacists. Having this man on the cover is beyond offensive to me as an African American woman. He is just another crude reminder of all the black men who perpetuate racism against black women, by rejecting them and showing the utmost disrespect by choosing to date non-black women, Reggie Bush is even more offensive since his mate is nothing but some white trashy woman. I suspect those of you you do agree with this mess are either Aunt Jemima’s or products of an interracial relationship.
I totally agree with the 1st comment…how dare you ESSENCE……here we go again with Black folks trying to “blend in” instead of accepting their own identity….The cover should of been named,Ten Sexy Black Men that dont like black women….And the next time Essence decided to do this cover we should boycott and cancel subscription…in other words the media does what they want to black folks is because “NO ONE” SAYS ANYTHING TO THEM….
Is this a deliberate insult to black women? It seems like it. Surely they knew that Reggie wouldn’t give a black woman the right time of day. What in the world makes Essense think we want to drool over this sell out. You might as well put Lamar Odom on the cover. I have 6 more months of this subscription. I was debating whether to renew, now I know I’m definitely cancelling. What an insult!