KeKe Wyatt Believes Bi-racial Folks Are Additionally Oppressed (Video)

Keke Wyatt is known for serenading the crowds with her singing, but recently she also said in her voice that blacks aren’t the only people who are oppressed.

In a tense exchange with ex-love & hip-hop star Milan Christopher, Milan interrupted her when he tried to speak. Wyatt stated, “Because you’re so pro-black and it’s okay to be pro-black, power to blacks. Black people aren’t the only ones who have been oppressed. You’re not the only ones, my n *** a. Jewish people were oppressed, okay? “

Wyatt added, “I can go on. I am bi-racial there. We were suppressed because the blacks made us feel like we were doing it. White people make us feel like s ** t. “

Wyatt would eventually say to Milan, “I think you do [are] Cool guy, but I think you need to understand, Sugar, that there’s more to life than just being black. “

Wyatt tearfully stated that black children wouldn’t play with her because her skin was lighter. The singer also expressed that she had other challenges as a bi-racial child.

In terms of skin color, DaniLeigh recently came under fire for her song “Yellowbone,” which highlighted her lighter complexion. After receiving a backlash, DaniLeigh went to her Instagram account and stated, “I think it’s super important because I definitely feel super misunderstood. I think people twisted it like I was going to beat up another woman and her skin tone. “She added,” I’ve never considered my skin a privilege, “she continued. “I see women with brown skin who flaunt their skin in music all the time. Why can’t I flaunt mine? “

DaniLeigh continued, “It can be a personal thing for certain people because colorism is a real thing. But I am not. I am not a colorist or a racist. I have an appointment with a whole chocolate man. I have chocolate friends. I don’t see skin at all. “

“Because you don’t know me, let me tell you what I meant by that. Hopefully you can see it with an open heart and a real mind. I’m sorry again. I’ve insulted people who are really insulted. I am sorry.”

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