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Someone needs to point out that she looks just as Black as the woman she's attempting to roast. Second, she needs a relaxer to straighten her hair so why is she calling out Black hair as if it's a bad thing? This girl is too obtuse to see What her rant tells the world about her and how she views Blackness. I am of the thinking that the more Black you look, the more Black you are because your appearance dictates how people respond to your race. Still, I don't believe fair skin Blacks are any less Black, though. The contradiction is not lost on me.
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Main characters[ edit ] The Freeman family[ edit ] The Freeman family in The Boondocks series is portrayed as an all-male, African-American trio, each having very different personalities. The main protagonist and narrator is Huey, who possesses the cognitive functions of a child genius. His brother, Riley Freeman, is more practical, streetwise, and outspoken. The brothers rarely get along, except for example in the episode "Guess Hoe's Coming to Dinner", where Huey and Riley work together to find out the truth about the character, Cristal.
Song information[ edit ] It is a narrative of generational poverty : a boy is born to a mother who already has more children than she can feed in the ghetto of Chicago. The boy grows up hungry, steals and fights, purchases a gun and steals a car, attempts to run, but is shot and killed. The song ends with another child being born in the ghetto, and implies that the newborn could meet the same fate, continuing the cycle of poverty and violence.