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Niki Ashton Deletes Post With Beyoncé Lyrics After Accusations Of ‘Appropriating’ Black Culture

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  • Waffle

    I guess it depends on how you define “black” and “culture”:

    “Mathew is African American, while Tina is of Louisiana Creole descent (African, Native American, and French).[26][28][29][30] Through her mother, Beyoncé is a descendant of Acadian leader Joseph Broussard.”

    (Matthew is Beyonce’s father and Tina is her mother).

    • bargogx1

      Plus, four of the five writers of the song quoted are white.

  • G

    Hillary! You’re looking better! Did you do something with your hair?

  • Millie_Woods

    Bonfire of the inanities.

  • LairdKintyre

    Once again. The NDP has proved my point. This is what’s going to cost them the next election. We need the Conservatives back in office now more than ever.

  • The__Hammer
    • jayme

      Right on.

  • bargogx1

    So now quoting Beyonce lyrics is “appropriating black culture”? LOL, so much hilarity with this. First of all, the fact that the idiot NDP candidate actually caved in to this nonsense. Then the idiotic support of her caving in, such as the comment by “Reyla Gold”. And last but not least, these interesting facts about the origins of the song in question – https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irreplaceable
    Most notably, four of the five writers are white, and it was originally meant to be a country song. BLM and Niki Ashton just look like complete and utter fools.

  • J. C.

    Niki Ashton is f*ckin’ NUTS!!! She’s the same little whiny bitch who had a shit-fit when Keith Ashfield told some high school student that she’d “make a good wife someday” after sampling her baked goods. Whoopty-doo!

    • Will Quest

      Niki folded like a cheap prayer-rug on the crazy demands of Black-shit-matters !

  • ntt1

    why is bouncy noles considered black? There was a show recently that needed real black africans to play blood diamond merchants,they ended up hiring four bemused guys from malawi who were studing economics locally, nice pay check towards tuition couple of meals and a bunch of great stories all the while remarking that they did not consider “African Americans” as Africans. they weren’t bad actors either,,, for a bunch of economists that is.