KeKe Wyatt Braves Backlash For Belittling Black Oppression & Claiming ‘They Make Bi-Racial People Feel Like Sh*t!’

Published: Friday 29th Jan 2021 by Rashad

‘Nothing in This World’ singer KeKe Wyatt is in a world of trouble after taking to social media to lend a fiery rant some say downplayed centuries of mistreatment experienced by African Americans.

Wyatt – a regular “talent show” judge on the Bigo platform – took time from weighing in on guests’ vocal abilities to weigh in on social issues, namely what she suggested was an undue monopoly Black people have on “oppression.”

During a heated debate with reality star Milan Christopher, the songstress challenged the notion of which racial groups, ethnicities, and nationalities have experienced the most disenfranchisement throughout history by pointing to Mexicans and Jews as examples of people who have experienced similar social injustices.

At the height of her argument, Wyatt even asserted bi-racial people (like herself) have been marginalized at the hands of Black people – a notion that set Twitter alight.

See what we mean inside:

In the video above, captured by our friends at TheMahneTea, Wyatt screamed:

‘You have to understand Black people are not the only people who have been oppressed! Jewish people have been oppressed. I’m bi-racial and we’ve been oppressed because Black people make us feel like sh*t and White people make us feel like sh*t.’

Needless to say, her dismissive and divisive commentary earned a swift backlash from social media commenters.

 

As of time reported, KeKe has yet to respond to the hoopla.

[photo sources:  Getty Images / Twitter]

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  1. slkgn January 29, 2021

    so many black people are so ignorant

  2. Lamar January 29, 2021

    She’s right though. The Jews & Blacks have been oppressed but the latter more. If anybody know history, those two groups aren’t the only ones discriminated against. Blacks being oppressed is just bigger than others. There’s people right now in the world getting oppressed and they’re all colors.

    • Justme January 30, 2021

      But that wasn’t the conversation. Milan was talking about how black people getting treated unfair, she didn’t even let him finish, she started going on a rant. Instead of letting him finish and saying yes your right but also….. she should’ve let him finish since the fan base that made her famous is the black ones she doesn’t want to talk about🙄🙄

    • Your Name January 30, 2021

      No one in their right mind would claim that Black people are the only ones who’ve experienced discrimination. At the same time, what group has experienced more discrimination and oppression than Black people? 200 years of slavery and “75 years” of Jim Crow ring a bell? 75 years of Jim Crow is in quotations because Black people are still enduring in 2021. Mississippi just made lynching illegal within the last few years for Gods sake.

      • Joy Shay January 31, 2021

        That’s not true lol. Jewish oppression wasn’t only the Holocaust. There were race riots, pogroms, ghettos for centuries for jewish ppl. During the Middle Ages in some parts of Europe jews had to use the city gates reserved for animals. Jewish oppression went on way lol her than black oppression. It’s not a contest I’m just saying. And nearly 90% of native Americans were wiped out.

    • Joy Shay January 31, 2021

      That’s not true lol. Jewish oppression wasn’t only the Holocaust. There were race riots, pogroms, ghettos for centuries for jewish ppl. During the Middle Ages in some parts of Europe jews had to use the city gates reserved for animals. Jewish oppression went on way lol her than black oppression. It’s not a contest I’m just saying. And nearly 90% of native Americans were wiped out.

  3. J January 29, 2021

    Keke Wyatt is ignorant. I can understand her POV, being lighter skinned I was singled out and teased by my own but what is the argument she’s making as a biracial artist? I dont understand the attitude besides her flaunting her privilege on a platform for primarily Black people 😩 Dumb ass.

    Even worse she’s making a mockery out of the whole thing like a child would. She’s super talented but can get cancelled with the rest of us light skinned MFs at this point lol. If anything quarantine has taught me is these “celebrities” should not be celebrated! Period

  4. Pat January 30, 2021

    She’s been trying to get accepted by white her side her whole life n it still won’t happen

  5. chilepleaseee January 30, 2021

    B**** you’re BLACK with a white mother. The definition of BLACK does not mean you can’t have mixed ancestry. 99.9% of all BLACK people in America have it.

    • HELLOKITTY January 31, 2021

      @Chile.. – No, she BI-RACIAL and can identify as such BECAUSE she has a Black father and White mother. There I fixed that for ya.

  6. Your Name January 30, 2021

    I would say this h** is canceled but she hasn’t been popping since 2000. B**** 99.999% of your fan base (using the term LOSELY) is Black. Black middle aged women at that. They helped you feed your 100 kids. Have the decency of showing them some respect. Enjoy not getting booked to perform other people’s songs at festivals and bars b****. You better apply for unemployment and food stamps bcus the buck is stopping right f****** here.

    • Nomeena January 30, 2021

      😄

  7. Fancy BISH 💎 January 30, 2021

    KeKe Wyatt is 100% right, F the lazy black folks. Always looking for excuses for being lazy, for not working, for being followed in stores, for not paying child support, for being dead beat moms & dads, for taking drugs but they never want to blame themselves. What a f’ing liberty.

    • chilepleaseee January 30, 2021

      Shut your dumb ass up

      • Fancy BISH 💎 January 30, 2021

        Try and make me, I’ll wait…

      • Fancy BISH 💎 January 30, 2021

        I’m Fancy BISH I say what I want.

  8. HELLOKITTY January 31, 2021

    I understand her perspective and in my opinion she wasn’t belittling the plight of the Black race. Her point, in my opinion, is to not use that as an excuse as to why the Black race doesn’t progress because other ethnic groups have been through struggle and seem to move forward, together.

    At least this is what it SEEMED would have been her thought had she completed her thought.

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