Sorry, I gotta call Flex out on the trying to fight Tommy in Dj Vlad's studio.
That was kinda dusty... Whatever happened to black people not fighting each other in front of whites? smh
It's a good thing people like you don't define Tariq Nasheed. I've always suspected you of being a "fence follower." Riding the fence looking for Tariq to slip up so you can point out flaws that directly reflect you.
^^^This video is one major reason why Koreans and other countries view Africans as poor. This is one of the videos I saw when I flew on Korea Airlines.
If you can do the Math, you know that an airplane, like a Boeing-777 seats 200 people. Korea Airline probably has 20 planes in the air on any given day.
That's 4,000 (200 * 20) views a day seen of Africans living in poverty due to a UNICEF advertisements.
That is 1,460,000 (4,000 * 365) views a year. Now imagine how many other Airlines are doing this in Asia!!
That could be roughly ~1.5 million different people annually.
Now when you consider that these commercial run on countrywide daytime television shows and holiday specials around the world, the number grows even larger.
These corrupt Non-profit organization are one of the main culprits responsible for pushing a negative image of African countries to the rest of the world.
I posted this to say that there are real people who seriously get rich pushing a negative image of Africans around the world. They may even block progress in some African countries. For example, these people work for international organizations like UNICEF. UNICEF has a Korean branch, a Japanese Branch, a French Branch, etc.. Do you know how many non-African people would lose their job if they couldn't do this anymore?
You might be thinking that donation money doesn't add up to allot but remember these organizations are usually tax exempt and receive donations from the common person and the wealthy elite.
WHY DONALD GLOVER?
Tariq was on fire with his accents today lol!
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