Chyna Fox vs Rubia Garcia!!!

The Fued!

China Fox:

Rubia Garcia:


Many of you may have seen this video by Chyna Fox on Facebook or Twitter.  It is in response to Rubia Garcia a popular vlogger from NOLA who gained prominence for speaking on “Black issues.”  But Chyna Fox questioned her motives and made a video confronting the many Black men that have been proclaiming Pro Black platforms, yet, have nicknamed this woman, White Bae. This enraged, Chyna.  She called them hypocrites!  Her video has been playing all over social media and many people are debating what she said.  She’s definitely got the ears of a lot of people.

I took the liberty of posting Chyna’s video then Rubia’s reponse.  After viewing both, I commented on Chyna’s channel but also left some interesting words for Ms. Rubia’s comments.

My response:

“Oh, Scarlet O’Hara! Hydrate us all with your with your “white woman tears.” Don’t call for you? Are you talking to a slave? Rubia Garcia! You are out of your jurisdiction! Your rage is reflective of the arrogance that is typical of Neader-thots, like yourself, who are not educated about what you are advocating; and the first thing that you do, is expose the fragility that is within.  Just like a typical white woman! You do not raise your voice in a debate; you improve your argument. And that is? First and foremost, Chyna had every right to address you on your videos. No one is above reproach. You do not ordain yourself as some type of White Savior, then do a 360, and begin dictating and trying to silence the very people you speak for when they react to what you say. You’ve been called out. You’ve been checked, hunty! You’re a white woman treating Black culture as if it’s an All You Can Eat Buffet. But the owner has just stepped out from the back and have instructed that you have abused the service; and now has asked you to leave! We are not listening to any white woman trying to justify her privilege, in such a way, as if, we ought to apologize for saying what many people should have checked you on in the first place: YOUR WHITENESS being the object of your platform, not your message. You have not suffered anything! What you are is a typical white troglodyte feeling slighted because people aren’t validating your appropriation! And for the record, Black women are the FIRST MOTHERS AND QUEENS of this planet. Africa is the birthplace of civilization. The Black Man and Black Woman are the Original People of this earth.  The African is 100% HUE-man!  We are the parents of ALL HUE-manity! Egypt is in Africa! Black Egyptians built the pyramids when your ancestors were dwelling in caves in Eurasia, Caucasoid! Cornrow braiding–micro braids, et al, originated from Africa. Its purpose not only signified what tribe one came from; the intricate braiding patterns distinguished what the person’s position was within the tribe. Chyna Fox is within her cultural and territorial rights to speak about what she lives–NOT WHAT SHE OBSERVES!!! You’re a street reporter using social media as a platform to market Black Oppression as if it’s a product you invented! Sit your ass down! We’re not having it. Face this fact: You are not US! Know your place! And I highly suggest you watch this video, sweetie: The entire community is weighing in! Your ghetto pass is about to be revoked!”

And there it is…it’s time for the Black community to start checking these so called, “allies.”  Please…isn’t this what happens before they invade?

Not falling for this s###!

Black people, it’s time to start serving these craKKKas with trespassing violations and MAKE THEM PAY the fine!


Chyna responds to Rubia Garcia’s video:

Why I Don’t Like Oprah Winfrey…


For years, I watched Oprah Winfrey.  As a matter of fact, I remember when she first came to Chicago.  Like everyone else, I loved her spunk.  She was different.  And she was a REAL BLACK WOMAN.  Not some light-skinned or mixed chick.  Who had a personality that was pure gold.  I was hooked.  Not a day went by that I wouldn’t miss her show.  A faithful viewer was I…until Dr. Phil came on her show; and that’s when the shift began–in me.  I tuned out.  For 10 years.  Until 2005, when I decided to check out to see what had changed.  A lot had.  She seemed to have come back to her senses and put on some really good shows until she ended her show.

That was then.

Oprah launched out her own Network in January in 2011 to 80 million viewers.  It got off to a rocky start, trying to find a niche and it found it when Tyler Perry signed on in 2012, debuting The Haves and Have Nots, it’s most successful show to date.  Oprah’s Next Chapter, a distant second.  There are over 24 shows to date.  All of them successful.

So…why don’t I like her?

Well, it really was implanted in me when my first cousin, Vincent and his then girlfriend, Eva, were invited by me to attend the Oprah Winfrey Show back in 1992.  Yes.  I took it upon myself to call for reservations.  Got them. And gleefully invited my fam.  When I called Vincent and told him that I had got reservations, I barely even had to ask, he was so excited that I even mentioned her name.  Of course, when I finally did, he most definitely accepted, then called Eva.   I told him the date of our show and what time we had to be at the studio. You have to arrive at least 3 hours ahead of taping.  Well, on the date of the show, we drove to the studio–found it very easily.  There were people standing in line around Harpo Studio.  Vincent parked the car and we hurried to get in line.  As we eased our way into the line, the people were very chatty.  Excited about seeing Oprah.  We were too.  We waited and talked until we got to the front of the line.  The door usher asked for our names.  She looked on a list that was on a clip board that she held.  She found our names and directed us to go in.  As we entered the lobby, we liked the studio.  It was not as big as you’d expect but it wasn’t small either.  Another usher directed us upstairs where we were to wait until it was time for our audience to be taken in for our taping.  Well, we found seats and sat.  We chatted away…excited, and feeling adventurous.  At first, I wasn’t really paying attention but then…as I looked at the clock up on the wall, I realized that we had been sitting for quite some time.  A few minutes later, another usher came out and told us that there would be a delay in taping–but we could enter the studio and find a seat.  We did so.  We sat there.  More time passing.  Mind you, we had been there since 8:30 a.m. and it was approaching 10:15 a.m. Where was Oprah?  Long story short, we sat under those hot lights until 10:30 a.m. And THEN!!!  She appeared.  The Queen had arrived.  The audience roared.  Long story short, our story was about women who had controlling husbands.  Nothing exciting.  No celebrities.  Just a bunch of white women complaining how unhappy they were to be living in luxury.  It was a bore.  The real excitement were the rude white folks that sat around us.  A blond haired woman had got up during the question segment of the show and a chick in back of me started talking s###.  She really was.  The blond triggered her insecurity and she got belligerent. When I turned around to see who she was.  Damn!  Her face was covered in red blister pimples. That was it!  Jealous white chick vs Blond.  Then, some fat white woman got up with her skinny husband addressing the panel of bored rich women, talking about her skinny husband was so controlling.  Blah. Blah. Blah. Some white dude behind us started making fun of the fat white woman.  White men hate fat white women.  And he was rude.  Crude.  And unapologetic.  Had the nerve to yell, “Why don’t you sit down you big, fat cow?!  Vincent, Eva, and I, were floored.  We didn’t know if we should laugh or be sarcastic.  This show really was boring.  I wan’t happy.  Then…it ended.  Hallelujah!  The ushers appeared again.  They instructed each section to stand up when directed and make their way to the stage.  We were told that Oprah would not sign autographs but she’d shake our hands and of course…people could talk to her.  She appeared again along with her staff.  As we waited to get up to where she was…I looked around, feeling like, I really am here.  We finally go to her.  When I got up to her, I asked her something (can’t remember); and as I looked into her eyes, a very negative feeling came over me.  It was strange but profound.  I was a bit confused.  When we left, that was the thing I remembered about that day.

All of these years later, it took some serious observation, but why I don’t like Oprah has everything to do with what she perpetrates:  An infallible image with many secrets that we’ll probably never know about.  Oprah has many flaws.  She’s calculated her narrative but there are many things she’s left out.  I don’t really know who this woman is.  After all of these years.

But!  No one dare challenge Oprah.

Bump that!

No one is infallible.  NO ONE!

Be real.

That’s what makes a real Queen.

White Men Are Coming For Black Queens!



Are Black men really woke in this current generation?  Are you really?  Well, you better start thinking about something that many of you have probably never considered: White men are trying to conquer Africa again but not with war, through marriage.  Sound familiar?  It is the same way Africa was conquered in ancient times.  Being a matriarchal society, power transcended to the Queens.  Well, given the status of many Black woman–being the most educated in the country, by gender and race; white men have figured out a way to destroy Black male power–THROUGH HIS WOMAN!

The current white population is at negative birthrate.  They are dying as a species–around the world.  It is only natural for any dying species to mate with another species in order to preserve its genes.

Black women are the first mothers of the earth.  To have a baby with a Black woman is equal to being close to God.  So it is out of self-preservation that the white man is seeking out the Black woman’s womb!  Only SHE can revive him.

But this is bigger than Black and white.  It’s metaphysical; and judgement has been made! The white man MUST GO!  And the process has begun:

This topic was inspired, actually, in a piece I read online about a white guy who only dated Black women but hated Black men.

Here is the actual article:

Hhhmmm..could this be the apricot of what is driving their hatred for Black males?

A few days ago on Facebook, a topic was posted regarding Halle Berry being in a relationship with another white man.  The comments were pro and con but got heated when a white male began making comments that white men, like him, were taking all of the good Black women from Black men.  He further stated that Black women find white men a great catch–as if we aren’t selective.  Now I interjected my comments, as well, in support of Black marriage and love.  Other sisters were also coming against this demon with a quickness.  But his arrogance and insistence was truly a reflection of the privilege these people are infected with.  He truly felt he was entitled to the best Black women available and that he had never been turned down by a Black woman–Ever.

Contrary to popular belief of some Black males, Black women do have good sense and when it comes to family and community, we don’t play!

For many decades, Black men have insulted, disrespected, taken for granted, dishonored, and abandoned Black women.  Yet, Black women have pleaded their undying love for the Black man–as they should. For intrinsically, we know that only the Black man is our genetic equal–and he was made FOR US exclusively.  We are unapologetic if we confront anything that denigrates our genetic royalty.

White people are not human.  And if anyone understands genetics, Black men nor Black women should be laying up with them–and certainly not having children with them! But!!!  Interracial marriage is up over 400%.  It’s widespread.  But it’s not the answer for racism.  Nor compensation for generations of oppression and inequality.

One of the things I’ve noticed, and it just came to me as an epiphany…But whenever Black people have lowered their standards; they seem to attract white people.

To over-stand what that means, one only has to examine the negativity that being in relationships with white people provoke in Black people.

I’m praying for Black people to get over their Stockholm Syndrome.  Only then will this cord be cut.

The Black family is the highest symbol of Black Love.  And when Black men and women demonstrate that love; it is this energy that heals the community!


This truly is…BLACK POWER!


Judgement soon comes: