by Miah Hardy
July 28, 2017
Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images For Entertainment Weekly
Dear white women,
Everything is not for you.
Diddy decided to begin his morning like any Black person should, by showing his love and appreciation for Black women for no apparent reason.
Shoutout to black women just because…
— Sean Diddy Combs (@diddy) July 27, 2017
Seems innocent enough, but once the tweet was sent, angry white women began furiously typing on their iPhone screens to let the music mogul know that they were not having it.
What about white women? 👩🏼 #racist
— Lori Thomas (@Lori799) July 27, 2017
Shoutout to all women just because…
— debby (@dizzy263) July 27, 2017
But we can always count on Black Twitter to hold the haters accountable.
White women when someone shines a spotlight on black women. pic.twitter.com/aeQukSuPMC
— Chrissy Clark (@HelloAfroPuff) July 27, 2017
White people can have whole movies, tv shows and channels, entire US Senates to themselves & get mad when something’s not about them.
— mell. (@Oh_MellNawww) July 27, 2017
The fact that white women were so upset that they were not included in the multi-talented celebrity’s tweet is very telling of how they view Black people showcasing self-love.
Pro-Black is not anti-white. This may be a shocker, but our world does not revolve around white women and maybe they should begin to mind their business and allow Diddy to tweet in peace.
TELL US: Do you agree with the angry white women on Twitter?