True story, when this editor was chit-chatting with a fellow Twitchy editor about trying to find something to write about she told him to watch Tariq Nasheed’s feed after the Cosby verdict was announced because it was bound to be seriously lit … and boy howdy, was she RIGHT.
Check out this noise.
This Bill Cosby verdict is a perfect lesson for Black ppl. One Black person having money does NOT make you exempt from systematic white supremacy. They used the "I'm white and I say so" law to take Cosby down. Thats because white supremacists know the importance of being on code
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) April 26, 2018
Yes, it was white supremacy that caused Bill Cosby to be found guilty.
And wait, what is this code thing? Anyone? Sounds like it’s super important to know about this code, is it in some handbook somewhere? Asking for a friend.
You may be woke, but you’ll never be “Bill Cosby didn’t drug and rape all those women, this is systematic white supremacy’s fault” woke. https://t.co/ANAVD4WT9E
— Lord Single Malt (@Singlemaltfiend) April 27, 2018
And damn, that is some serious WOKENESS.
The wokest of the WOKE.
I don't want to be that woke.
— ♻️#DonateLife♻️ (@ForeverYearning) April 27, 2018
Being that woke could indeed prove painful, fair.
Damn, he must be wondering where the hell his arms are at for reaching that far.
— ZombieGirl (@ZombieGirl416) April 27, 2018
Feels kinda weird as a life goal, TBH
— Yali Elkin (@yalielkin) April 27, 2018
You TOO can be this woke if only you believe hard enough that everything is that fault of white supremacy, grasshopper.
never go full tariq
— srscat (@srs_cat) April 27, 2018
Words of wisdom for the ages.