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Do Rap Names Like Light Skin Keisha And Mulatto Perpetuate Colorism?
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Girlllllllll. Thank you for saying this. I’ve been trying to figure out how to express my feelings about this in words. The stage names just don’t sit right with me. It’s part of the reason I haven’t really gotten into their music. Mulatto got a cool lil accent though.— Subscribe YT: TakeTwoTay (@_TeeNicholle) August 13, 2020
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I don’t mind their names but you’re definitely right about the audience. When I see their names I receive it as that’s the audience they want to cater to and I mind my black ass business because I understand everything isn’t for me or made for me to enjoy.— Jazmin Keyara (@Jazmin_Keyara) August 13, 2020
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Idk about LSK but Mulatto said whole she was on the Rap Game that she was called that as an insult growing up and she wanted to take the power from it and make her name associated with something good. I think that’s valid 🤷🏾♀️— billy (@bennyblancc) August 13, 2020
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to this day but my daughter won’t let me 🙄, she’s all about women’s empowerment and she’s forgiving 🙄🙄) ... I said all that to say this ... light skinned women understand their privilege completely... phuck light skinned keisha and mulatto EMPHATICALLY! ... full stop !— BellaNochaNicca (@KindOfSnobish) August 14, 2020
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I agree on LightSkinKeisha but Mulatto is fine to me because 1 that word is old a lot of kids don’t know what it means, 2 that’s what she literally is and the name has a star ring to it, 3 she has a loyal strong fan base and it would be dumb to change her name after all this time— Queen Tingz 👑🦄 (@QueenTingzbby) August 13, 2020
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My face the first time hearing their names pic.twitter.com/xjYXG2kavV— Yasuke Jones (@QbertQueso) August 13, 2020
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And see that is my problem with this stage name. It's one thing for her to reclaim a term for heeself and refer to herself that way but now the people who should never use that term or do not wish to ever use that term must use it too in order to refer to you.— vicarious vic (@gentleeldritch) August 14, 2020
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I agree. They could’ve created better stage names. I remember the first time I saw light skin Keisha... she not really that! But funnier is how people don’t get that’s your opinion! Not wrong or right but yours!— Ms. Janae (@janae_secrets) August 14, 2020