Dear White People,
I love you. Don't take this peaceful message and call it a rant or aggressive. I'm passionate, not hostile....when you don't have experience with a problem it's hard to see the reality, I get it. Still, you don't get to roll up on somebody screaming YOU'RE MAKING THAT UP THAT'S NOT A REAL PROBLEM.
https://t.co/nVqiVWp3tP Shame on Proctor Gamble for promoting victimization and racism. Teach your children to be leaders..not victims. Sad.— DannyB (@whatsay_me) August 3, 2017
These are real conversations that happen in black homes, sometimes the execution is not as eloquent as the mothers in the ad but if you call up that "black friend" I'm sure they'll probably tell you this isn't a foreign conversation. Either a mother, grandmother, father etc..has had this convo with them. Good thing for Black Twitter
Dear white people everything you've seen in this commercial we've actually had to talk to our kids about. Truth Hurts #proctorandgamble— DropDead_Beautiful (@MiaTheBombshell) August 2, 2017
A lot of people calling the new #proctorandgamble ad racist, it's sad because "the talks" they were having are many people's realities— Ryan Stevens (@Cass_520) August 2, 2017