Chill Black people, we have Serena's replacement

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The world niggadom have something to be glad about. A new kid on the block. You know, since Serena birthed, and her sister Venus, well you know she is not getting any younger, I have been worried about our position in the Tennis world. They talked isht about Serena being masculine and sh*t, and you know the Russians and Eastern Europeans, hot on our heels are silently plotting a revolution on us. Am a Pan-Africanist and this matters to me, a lot.

So now, Ladies and jindurume, Niggas and niggettes, I present to you : Sloane Stevens,

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My hopes are high. We may as well have gotten the heir to the tennis throne.


On that note
 
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Abba

Village Elder
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The world niggadom have something to be glad about. A new kid on the block. You know, since Serena birthed, and her sister Venus, well you know she is not getting any younger, I have been worried about our position in the Tennis world. They talked isht about Serena being masculine and sh*t, and you know the Russians and Eastern Europeans, hot on our heels are silently plotting a revolution on us. Am a Pan-Africanist and this matters to me, a lot.

So now, Ladies and jindurume, Niggas and niggettes, I present to you : Sloane Stevens,

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My hopes are high. We may as well have gotten the heir to the tennis throne.


On that note
Niggadom-kingdom Katt Williams :D:D. There is something about black genes. I want Serena and Venus to slowly mentor this young lady.
 

Mathaais

Village Sponsor
#9
Why should I get excited about a black woman excelling in tennis in far away America?
Kwanza these black Americans don't even like blacks from Africa. To hell.
 
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Why should I get excited about a black woman excelling in tennis in far away America?
Kwanza these black Americans don't even like blacks from Africa. To hell.
I agree. Perspectives on the other hand are many. There are those who are even relocating back. Especially to Ghana. Ill get a video and post it here. I also support the perspective of Black people thriving anywhere without having to move back to Africa. You may build an alternative opinion when you find youself in Dakota going about your business and get treated on the basis of your race. Being a pan africanist, I focus on stories that support the cause but I dont ignore those work opposite.