The Huffington Post ran an article on February 3, 2016 titled: “The Panthers Are The Most Unapologetically Black Team In NFL History. And it’s awesome.”

If you were unlucky enough to read the article, then you were assaulted with the idea that the Carolina Panthers, “have talked loudly, danced loudly and celebrated loudly as an expression of their blackness in a way that few predominately black teams have done in the past.”


If you believe the casuistry of the Huffing and Puffing post, “talking, dancing, and celebrating loudly” is specifically unapologetic black behavior.


I thought we were supposed to be moving away from attributing certain behaviors to certain races? Guess I was wrong.

An extension of this sophistry would posit that Martin Luther King (named after his father who was named after the the founder of Protestant religion)


was just kidding when he said,  “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” He must have not gotten the memo from the Huffers.

When it comes to anything the HuffP says, take it from the rap group Public Enemy, “Don’t believe the hype.”

Public Enemy


If you are reading this, then you know the truth.


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