“How can I hate black women when I date them?’ Very easily actually. So glad you asked the question! It’s very easy to date someone you don’t respect when you are looking for ways to feel better about yourself,” Keke began her response.
Clarifying her position on the matter further, Keke explained that societal propaganda often positions Black women at the bottom of the hierarchy. Thus creating a situation where men, who suffer from an inferiority complex, feel their best choice is black women because they can always feel superior.
“This is based on racial oppression and gender oppression. You may think you have created a win-win scenario for yourself to finally be “better” than someone! This is when the one-sided competition begins.”
Keke Palmer emphasized he resilience of Black women with a strongly worded passage, “You can’t break a spirit that’s already been broken OPEN.”