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Drake WTF !!!

Negros cannot be racist to other negros but “BLACKS” can. Drake is a JEW and has just proven what I have been saying for years. Its time we seperate the NEGROS from the BLACKS. If your mother is a Negro and your father is a negro you are a NEGRO identify yourself as such and lets leave the BLACKS to the cooning. Trans racial means that  qweilos can now identify themselves as BLACK melanin injections mean qweilos can now idenitfy themselves as black. One drop of negro blood according to them means your BLACK. This picture is 10 years old so why is it only coming to the attention now ? Because the blacks seen it and ignored it now all of a sudden its an issue…

Pusha T Just dropped a new Drake diss track, “The Story of Adidon”, in which he accuses Drake of fathering a secret child with a porn star. Even more damning is the track’s artwork, which features a photo of Drake in blackface.As Pusha clarified on Twitter, the image is neither edited nor manipulated. Rather, it comes from a photo shoot Drake did with photographer David Leyes. “Please stop referring to this picture as ‘artwork’…I’m not an internet baby, I don’t edit images…this is a REAL picture…these are his truths,” Pusha-T tweeted before linking to the photo on Leyes’ website.

Update: As Complex points out, Leyes, the photographer who took the photo, claims it was Drake’s idea to be in black face.

Everything We Know About the Drake Blackface Photo Pusha-T Used For ‘The Story of Adidon’ Cover Art

The feud between Pusha T and Drakeescalated last night (May 29), when Pusha dropped the track “The Story of Adidon” as a response to Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle.” While the lyrics, which alternately accused Drake of fathering an illegitimate child and zeroing in on his producer’s multiple sclerosis, caused a stir, the headline was the cover art — an unearthed photo of Drake in blackface.

Understandably, this has caused a frenzy on Twitter, with many in disbelief about the photo. Some have called for an outright “canceling” of the rapper, while others believe it’s been taken out of context from a photo series that deals with racism and Jim Crow in an artistic way.

The dust has yet to settle on this blackface instance, with no response from Drake at press time — but here is everything we know about the photo so far.

Pusha T attends the Launch Of Pusha T's Latest Collaboration With adidas Originals on Oct. 26, 2017 in New York City.  

Pusha T Says He Doesn’t Have Any ‘Skeletons’ Following ‘The Story of Adidon’ Drake Diss Track

The photo’s origin

It seems to have stemmed from a clothing line called Too Black Guys, dating from the summer of 2008. The theme was “Jim Crow Couture.” The image also appears to be part of a series; rapper Lupe Fiasco has suggested that along with another photo that isn’t being circulated as much, it “presents a powerful duality of representation and race and its expectations on art.” Similar photos can also be viewed at the October’s Very Own Blogspot account.

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The origin of Drake’s “Blackface” stuff is from a Toronto line called “Too Black Guys” and looks to be from 2008 

Too Black Guys Summer ’08 Lookbook | Highsnobiety

Too Black Guys presents Jim Crow Couture Summer 08. This photo shoot features TBG’s summer 08 collection on some of Hip Hop’s most promising up and coming talents, Pacific Division, Diz Gibran, and…

The photographer

David Leyes, who took the photo, is said to have cited it as “Drake’s idea” that he merely “captured.” There are also screenshots depicting Leyes saying he was “proud … to be part of a strong statement made by a black man about the f—ed up culture we’re living in.”

Complex Music


Photographer David Leyes says the blackface photo shoot was Drake’s idea. (via @whiteyforprez)


And the photographer. Y’all move

The brand’s intentions

According to Too Black Guys’ website, the aim was to “graphically represent the black experience in an unapologetic way.”

Disney Racist Bird On Drakes T shirt

Jive-talking black crows, smoking while singing, “I’d be done see’n about everything, when I see an elephant fly” is already super offensive. Except it gets worse. The main crow’s name is Jim Crow, hilariously named after the racial segregation laws. Additionally, the actors are all white men putting on their best black man voice like drake in real life. Yes, the beloved story of an elephant who learns to fly is just a dressed-up minstrel show. The defense Disney super-fans give the characters is that they were the only ones who helped Dumbo. But just because they’re nice doesn’t mean it’s not racist.

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