‘Black Ink Crew Chicago’ Star Lily Defends Using the N-Word

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Photo Credit: A.J. Niles

“Black Ink Crew Chicago” star Lily got called out on Instagram recently for her choice in a meme.

After a follower called her out for being too comfortable with using the N-word, Lily defended doing so.

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  1. The sad thing is there are a whole lot of black people defending her and the Mexicans in the comments are saying they have every right to say it. Mess.

  2. This uneducated strumpet probably believes the n-word is something rappers made up. She has no concept of history or how it degrades an entire race. The popularity of rap among all races of young people have them dying to look cool so they use this abominable slur. Mark my words, not only will this word be acceptable for ALL races to use, but it will also be accepted in professional environments. Think it’s not possible? When I was young (I’m 39 now) the b-word was rarely said, and when it was said it was shocking. Now people use it just as easy as saying goodmorning. Stand for something Black people because right now we are falling for anything. Nothing wrong with being dignified.

  3. She needs to sit her corny a-s down somewhere. She knows damn well she wouldn’t be cool with black people using any slurs about Mexicans all casually and sh-t. F-ck out of here.

  4. I’m sorry but I highly doubt she’s comfortable with using the N word because she doesn’t know history. Black people have let everyone use the word to the point where non blacks say it very freely. We’ve always been a very inviting and naive race and these are the results.

  5. @Bee, You hit the nail on the head! We beg so much for recognition of any kind from other races that we lose our dignity in the process without even realizing it. When we do get attention we tend not to care whether it was positive like how we are always on our knees begging for academy awards not caring that they give us awards for degraded roles like Halle Berry in Monster’s Ball, Denzel in Training Day, The Help, etc. Remember that movie Something New starring Sanaa Lathan? Black women were supposed to be so happy a white man who played in the dirt was willing to date an Harvard educated, moral Black woman from a wealthy family: preposterous! The white man will never give us equality. I think we’re getting a little hip to their game though and saying ‘forget them, let’s make our own’. However, they keep giving us just enough table scraps to keep us hopeful, loyal, and coming back. Sad. Death to the N-word and all other things degrading to us.

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