"Dear white people": Woman applauded by Black Twitter for her clear message to whites

"Dear white people": Woman applauded by Black Twitter for her clear message to whites

- A black woman has taken to social media to make something very clear to white people,

- And the main message is that they are “tired” of fighting for land, equity and the heater’s remote

- Her video gathered a lot of responses from Black Twitter, who felt she was preaching the truth

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Taking to social media, a lady going by @Miss_Black1 send a clear message to white people in a video she took of herself.

She begins the video with talking about where she is from, which is a Southern-western Township where she lives in a tiny shack with 12 other people.

“You might know the Southern-western townships because your families used to terrorize us back in the day”, she said on the video.

She then continued to get to her first point, the heat in an office during the winter. According to @Miss_Black1, living in a one-bedroom shack with 12 other people, one often tries to maintain body heat during the winter.

But, then white people who live in big houses, come in at the office and turn on the aircon.

“We are getting cold, I don’t understand how your skins do not accustom to the cold weather”, she added.
“What is not going to happen going forward, dear white people, is that number one: We are not going to fight for land that you know you must bring back”, she continued.

She then made a second point that they were not going to continue fighting for equity in the workplace if white people continued to employ their children who just got out “primary school” as their bosses.

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And, thirdly, she said black people are not going to continue to fight for the remote during the winter.

Her video gathered a lot of responses from Black Twitter, and Briefly.co.za listed a few of the best comments.

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