bert_macklin (bert_macklin) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
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Trisha Paytas doesn't get why she can't say the n-word when rapping to a song


Trisha Paytas doesn't understand why she has to pause when the n-word comes on in a song she's jamming out to. In the video, Trisha feels like our culture is too sensitive, and that white people have become the enemy. She claims her love for black culture, and she has tons of black friends.

Here are some quotes:
- Referenced MTV's recent documentary White People: "I'm scared to say anything because I don't want to offend. It's come to this point where, if you're straight, white; you're the enemy. This is white racism."
- "I literally thought I was supposed to be black. Like, just cause I like the culture, I like the men. I like the way the women look. My body is definitely built more of the African American stature. With the hips..."
- "I would just throw that word around. Because to them it was nothing. So to me it was nothing. It wasn't meant to offend. Our culture has become soooo sensitive."
- "We should not censor ourselves. I'm not gonna censor myself."
- "I am not a bad person if I want to sing along to a Nicki Minaj song. I am not a bad person for watching Quentin Tarantino movies."

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Tags: internet celebrities, music / musician (pop), race / racism
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