Self proclaimed “successful businessman” / delusional Ben Douglas who recently appeared on the BBC Big Question show (CLICK HERE TO WATCH SHOW) where he discussed being adopted in to a white family, described himself as an English man, had no interest in embracing his culture, and is quoted as saying “it’s ridiculous for me to be running around in tribal gear and trying to cook over an open fire”, was called a “nigger’s bitch” at the prestigious BAFTA Awards which took place last Sunday in London.
Via The Daily Mail
Every now and again something happens that is so shocking, you walk away wondering if it was just a bad dream.
These events are mercifully rare – they come along perhaps once or twice a decade, and are all the more remarkable for it.
I experienced one of them last Sunday night, and I am only now coming to terms with the fact that it actually happened.
It took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, where I had been invited to attend the Bafta awards.
Always a wonderful occasion, this year’s event was no different, and it was in a mood of relaxed delight that I stepped outside for some fresh air during the evening . . . and in doing so stepped back into the Seventies.
After spotting my companion, an elegant executive at a glossy magazine, a curly-haired man looked me up and down and then asked her: ‘Are you with him?’
His response to her affirmative nod stopped me in my tracks: ‘You’re a nigger’s bitch *(see note below), that’s what you are.’
Then, apparently oblivious to the wide-eyed shock of everyone within earshot, he went on to repeat the insult no fewer than seven times (I counted).
I said: ‘Excuse me?’
He answered: ‘Yeah, nigger?’
‘What did you say?’
‘Nigger.’ He appeared to enunciate the word with some relish.
‘I think that’s a bit off,’
I said. ‘Would you mind not using that word please?’
‘What, nigger? Nigger? Nigger’s not offensive. Nothing wrong with nigger. I know loads of niggers.’
Perhaps it was the champagne – he was clearly refreshed – but to my mind the fact that nobody tore a strip off him had more to do with his identity. Continue Reading….
[Thanks So Frolushes]
But here’s the rub: this fool thought he was bonding with me as a black man. By using the N-word (and for the record I would rather he had used the C-word – it’s that bad), he thought he was being fashionable. I believe they call it ‘street’.
Well here is the reality: I am not from the mean streets of Detroit, Harlem or LA. I am from Teddington in Surrey, and while my genetic roots are Bajan, the parents who raised me are as white as the buffoon who stood there insulting me.
Awww…Poor delusional foolish Ben. Hahahaha! Still living in fantasy land, believing that racism no longer exists and that he was safe because he has money and moves in affluent/wealthy circles.
The tide has turned so who are you going to run to Ben??? Not the black community that’s for sure! I think you’ve burned your bridges there luv.
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