Dark skin rapper forced to put light skin chick in his rap video | Darkism

Dark skin rapper forced to put light skin chick in his rap video | Darkism



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Everybody wants to know who is Rashida Strober and what’s this dark skin thing she started? Well, Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist is the first woman in history to create a movement only for dark skin. Rashida Strober is the creator, the originator, the architect of the first platform in history for dark skin. She created this dark skin platform in the year 1998 and called it “dark skinned activism” and called herself “the dark skin activist”. Since 1998 Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist built the dark skin activist platform into a global brand:

RASHIDA STROBER IS THE ORIGINATOR/CREATOR/ARCHITECT OF THE DARK SKIN PLATFORM:

• Rashida Strober is the first black woman and dark skinned woman to make her dark skin the focal point of her career
• 1998 Rashida gave birth to dark skin activism with a speech about the dark skin model Alek Wek given at saint Petersburg College
• 1998 to 2005 Rashida served as activist in her community while continuing to develop creative works around only dark skin
• 2006 Rashida created the dark skin activist tour featuring her one woman play about dark skin which is the first of its kind called, A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2009 Rashida built the first dark skin website
• 2009 Rashida brought the first dark skin platform to social media by creating the first channel for dark skin on YouTube and social media
• 2012 Rashida created the first dark skin show that focused only on the issues of dark skin called A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2011 Rashida created the concept/ paradigm of darkism and wrote and published the book Darkism: 25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against in 2016. The book can be found at Queenofdarkskin.com or Amazon
• In 2013 Rashida wrote the first motivational book for dark skin females called, “ How to be the hottest dark skin chick on the planet” The book can be found at
Queenofdarkskin.com or on Amazon
• 2013 Rashida made history appearing on TV as the first to bring the dark skin platform to the masses by being the first to bring the “bullied for a dark skin girl narrative” to TV
• 2014 Rashida brought dark skin counseling online and has since counseled countless people on colorism and darksim. She is the first person in history to do colorism and darkism counseling
• 2014 Rashida introduced the dark skin activism platform to the Tommy Sotomayor Show which was previously unheard of
• Since 2014 Rashida set the colorism debate standards that all others have followed by being the first to debate countless men and women on social media in regards to colorism and darkism. Youtube Rashida Strober interviews.
• 2015 The dark skin activist brand became famous and known to millions due to the Kendrick Lamar social media post that Rashida wrote in regards to what she viewed as colorism and darkism in his mate selection choice.
• 2015 people all over the world wrote about The dark skin activist, Rashida Strober including The Breakfast Club’s, Charlemagne making Rashida “Donkey of the day” for being the dark skin activist and calling out Kendrick Lamar’s colorism and darkism.
• 2017 Rashida made history as an opponent in the first colorism/ darkism debate with another black woman on Saneter TV
• Rashida Strober is the first artist to focus her work only on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first author to write about only dark skin
• Rashida Strober has written more books on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober has written more plays on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober is the creator of social commentary on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first actress to initiate performances only on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first debater to focus only on darkism and colorism
• Rashida Strober is the creator of the paradigm darkism
• Rashida Strober is the undisputed queen of dark skin as evidenced by a record that stems back to the year 1998.

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  • CinnamonComplex Reply

    Girl, I say this from my heart… You have to let it go, you have to heal yourself, you have to be logical, and most importantly love yourself. I don't want you to take this wrong way but your approach is so unbecoming, uncouth, and ineffective. You're turning yourself into a caricature of a mad black woman. I ask what do you hope to accomplish by behaving this way? We've all been hurt, but you have to be able discuss it with composure and poise. And please, leave the pink lip stick alone.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    WHO IS RASHIDA STROBER?

    Rashida Strober holds Master’s Degree in Political Science and a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of South Florida. She is a historian of dark skinned women in popular culture and a darkism social theorist focusing her work exclusively on dark skin. She created this work, which is the first of its kind. Rashida Strober is the first person to create and engage in this type of work, a field previously unheard of before she came along. Rashida Strober is the world’s first dark skin activist and creator of Dark Skin Activism, which is the first platform for dark skin. Rashida is the first woman in history to create a movement for dark skin. She created Dark Skin Activism, the first movement for dark skin, in 1998. Rashida is also the creator of the concept/paradigm “darkism,” which is also the title of her book, Darkism: 25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against. With more books written on dark skin than anyone world-wide, Rashida Strober is the first author, actress, artist and social commentator to focus her work only on dark skin. Rashida stars in her award-winning one woman play, A dark skin woman’s revenge which is also available in book form. To book Rashida, her one-woman play or to purchase books, go to queenofdarkskin.com or email darkskinisbeautifulcampaign@gmail.com.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • Melanin Goddess Reply

    I hear you as a dark skinned woman but don't nobody, wanna give they dollars to somebody shouting for it. Just change your approach.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    THE DARK SKIN ACTIVIST ON PATREON…PLEASE SUPPORT https://www.patreon.com/darkism

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    THE DARK SKIN ACTIVIST ON PATREON…PLEASE SUPPORT https://www.patreon.com/darkism

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • Shenna Rice Reply

    It's hilarious how yo broke ass up here beggin for money …get the fuck outta here with your ignorant loud delusional ass …support yo damn self financially …damn …and you angry AF …calm the fuck down and maybe somebody might pity you and throw you a few dollars…lol …and I mean just that …a few lousy ass dollars …you got a lot of damn nerve up here beggin …actin all hostile …scaring the shit outta people …you can deliver a positive message without actin ape shit crazy …GTFOH and get some real self esteem and not that fake self esteem shit cause you're transparent AF

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • MyTribe T.V All Out Attack Reply

    Happy melanated everyday goddess https://youtu.be/Ly7d0dexU0E

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Anytime BP period ask for donations to fund their projects people are suspicious of them, but never question these white-ran charities they donate to…It's part of our plantation conditioning to trust anyone other than each other.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Lol I think it's sad that a lot of DSBM don't like DSBW since DSBW seem to be authentically attracted to them the more than any other woman; other races of women just know they can come up fast off of DSBM who are obsessed with women who can breed their dark skin, features, and overall Blackness out.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    I believe Stevie is guilty of colorism. He's made some coonish statements victim blaming compliant Black civilians killed in hate crimes by racist cops.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • tell it like it is Reply

    I absolutely HATE, DESPISE, and LOATHE RAP MUSIC with a passion. I HATE IT…

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • tell it like it is Reply

    Very rarely you see black people get portrayed as doctors, lawyers, businessmen, accountants, or other professionals. If they do it is only a token black person. This is darkism at its finest. Am I right Rashida? Am I right? Black people get portrayed as goons, thugs, savages, baby mamas, baby daddys, and in other forms of negativity. Rap music just adds more fuel to the fire.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • tell it like it is Reply

    Rap music makes black people look bad as a whole. If I was a beautiful, melinated black woman, I wouldn't want anything to do with rap music. No one in my family listens to that kind of FILTH! We listen to gospel music and music that uplifts us. Rap music has done nothing but destroy the black communities. All it does is portray us in a negative light.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • tell it like it is Reply

    RAP MUSIC???? RAP MUSIC??? REALLY??? Rap music does nothing but promote VIOLENCE, Guns and drugs into the black communities. Rap music single handedly destroyed black communities all over the United states. As a black person it makes me cringe when i hear the word, "Nigga." Do you know where that word comes from? That word comes from a word that was used to degrade us.

    Rap music makes black people look like goons, thugs, and savages. As black people we must unite and stand up against this type of music. As a black man I can attest to the fact that we are not goons, thugs or savages. There are SO many black doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers, professors, psychologists, and other professionals. There are a LOT of black millionaire's, multi-millionaires, and billionaires. There are many black real estate and business tycoons.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Juvenile's wife is light skin, but she's not high yellow. I'm just surprised she's even Black. It is weird that the women in his come up videos were dark skin though… They always do that.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    You have to pay the cost to be the boss; whoever pays for the video dictates what you promote in it. That's why so many artists promoted Beats by Dre who funded them.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    John should've at least put a Black female artist on giving her a big break into the industry to pay back…

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Set up a patreon so that only people who pay the amount you set can be privy to certain videos.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Kobe Bryant liked singer Brandy Norwood until he sold out for the industry.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    The girl in the video does look like she can be biracial. That's the industry for you.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    You should create a toll fee for trolls. Use the slogan, "Pay a toll if you're here to troll". Either donate to PayPal or get blocked on every stalker account they create.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    They could've used a light skin body builder female then if color didn't play a role in him initiating a roast on this woman who's done nothing to his clown ash.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Look, who wouldn't be affected by what you've been through? That doesn't mean she's clinically mentally ill just b/c she gets loud and airs her grievances…There's no nice passive way to express anger and pain. What they want her to smile and speak in a timid voice while she expresses the way people have offended and hurt her? 😂 That's not realistic.

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    10:12 Commentary starts. If you are new to the channel, then please start at the announcement at 2:50. 😊

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    I recall watching a behind the scenes doc, and I can't remember if it was Wale, but one of those mainstream rappers was saying he had to fight just to get two dark skin models in his videos (one actually looked brown) who he thought were the prettiest and had the best natural bodies of the girls that the director auditioned, and they gave him grief over it trying to label him as "difficult" to work with, which is what they say when they want to white-ball entertainers discouraging industry people from working with them. They are usually so happy to get on that they don't want to chance ruining their mainstream career to stand up for Black women. Most entertainers just want to make their money, so they'll go along with ANYTHING against their people for fame and money (literally sell out).

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    I want to offer my apologies to everyone. I had an issue losing my internet connection tonight. I tried to get back into the stream but could not. I hope to get the rapper on and bring this topic back. Again, my apologies to everyone as this pissed me off when i could not get back on

    January 28, 2019 at 10:11 pm

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