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He also added that he was raised in Africa for 13 years and doesn't discriminate.
My son is black, and I was born in africa I lived there for 13 years I ain't no punching bag, and I don't discriminate !
I don’t know what kind of star treatment Jay-Z and Kanye West are accustomed to when they travel abroad to Paris but for regular negroes living in the capital city’s country, let’s just say the sentiment toward their presence in society doesn’t appear to be a welcoming, “we’re glad you’re here.” That’s evident by the latest racial fiasco plaguing the nation: a ban of Steve Harvey’s film adaption of “Think Like a Man” which will not be shown in theaters there.
Fabienne Fessell of Global Voices says simply put, the look of the film is “too black.”“Surprising as it may be, the answer lies in the fact that the film has an all-black cast.
“The French state has had a sociopolitical strategy which favors interracial relationships rather than valuing communities,” the note reads.
"The fact that French Montana thinks anyone cares about him...," the woman wrote.
Opposition suggested that singling out black beauty went against the country’s nationalist identity of being Frenchmen not hyphenated factions of afro-French or Caribbean French, and so forth.
The message was that the singling out of black beauty was somewhat hypocritical because in the same breath that black people in the country were asking to be included more in society, they were turning around and excluding the rest of the population from their celebration.
French cinema is often pointed at for not fairly displaying all components of the country’s multiethnic population.
Although the recent success of the movie Les Intouchables, which earned French African actor Omar Sy the Cesar award for Best Actor in 2012, caused great pride and hope among French nationals from Africa and the Caribbean, it was not to be the turning point for a deep and lasting change.” That’s painfully obvious. It was not even a full month ago that we were discussing the country’s objection to the Miss Black France pageant which was being held in Paris.