Some of you Negroes seem a little surprised and are taken aback to hear that the "Material Girl" dropped the N-word while talking about her white child. You figure that before she got her AARP card she was this hip rocker who the left embraced and therefore couldn't be a racist.
I would like to know why you are surprised.
If you haven't learned by now how some folks view you and how good they are as hiding their true feelings, you deserve to be ridiculed by us in the know every time there is one of these revelations.
"Noooo" you say, "Not my girl Paula. That sweet down home Southern gal who bakes like my mama"?
"No, not the dude who played Kramer. Dude seemed so cool, though."
"After she was bombarded with complaints about use of the N-word from fans, she deleted the image, only to re-upload it with another risque comment. She added, "Ok let me start this again. #get off of my d--- haters!"'
Poor Madonna thought she had a black pass because...well, let's just say that she has gotten more of the black ....you know than most sisters.
"The singer later apologized in a statement, saying, "I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N-word on Instagram. It was not meant as a racial slur...I am not a racist."'
Yeah we know. And some of your best friends are black. We can start the countdown now to one of your black friends appearing and saying that they know what's in your heart and that you are definitely not a racist.
Honestly, I can't wait to see all the black and Latin dancers on your next tour.