Kendall Jenner and A$AP Rocky are an item. Big surprise…
In this, you will NOT find intangible evidence such as black males being more desirable than white males. I’m sure other blogs inundated you with enough of that.
Today, I provide evidence that illustrates why the Kardashian clan clings to black men.
Before we get into the Kardashians, let’s begin with some appetizers.
Not only that, L.A. Ried and Def Jam signed Bieber.
Why would a white pop star have to go through black gates for stardom?
There are PLENTY of examples of Justin Bieber mixing with the hip-hop world.
I won’t bore you because we’ll be here all day.
Miley Cyrus also used hip-hop culture to gain relevance but as reported today by uproxx.com, she’s decided to discard it.
Check out my short video on Youtube where I talk about her image transformation – 3 YEARS AGO!
Taylor Swift has even been accused of cultural appropriation.
In the entertainment business, you HAVE TO!
Why? Because black people create the demand for it.
- 73% of non-Hispanic whites and 67% of Hispanics believe that African-Americans influence mainstream culture.
- Between 2011 and 2015, broadcast network TV ad-spend focused on black audiences (defined as ad dollars placed on programming with greater than 50% black viewers) also increased, by 255%.
- Black women are 63% MORE LIKELY to purchase a Luxury Vehicle in the Next Year than the General Market
- Black women are 2x MORE LIKELY to shop at NEIMAN MARCUS than the General Market
- Black women are 65% MORE LIKELY to listen to a Local Radio Station online compared to the General Market
- Black women are 2X MORE LIKELY to spend MORE THAN 3 hours on Social Networking Sites in an average day than the General Market.
When you couple voracious spending habits with high exposure to advertising, what you’re looking at is your ideal consumer.
Black women are being targeted by advertisers, business owners, TV programming and of course our beloved celebrities.
Why do you think the Kardashian clan is targeting black men?
Because that gets the attention of the black female audience. Whether “the chatter” is positive or negative, “the chatter” is there. And “the chatter” can be leveraged and is being leveraged for business opportunities.
In marketing, we call “the chatter”, BUZZ or HYPE.
Do you think Rob Kardashian dated Blac Chyna because he liked her? No! It gave him an opportunity to become relevant, gain popularity and money.
Dating black people is profitable. I said this in 2013 after Kanye married Kim.
But there’s an incentive for the black party too! Don’t for a second think this is a one-sided deal.
A$AP Rocky standing next to Kendall is also a great look for his brand. “White” corporate America will open many more doors because this gives a cleaner appearance to his image and rewards with prestige.
In a way, I guess you can say, he’s benefiting from her “white privilege”.
Especially with Kendall, who doesn’t have a “slutty” past like the Kardashian girls and doesn’t tout fake boobs or buttocks.
Lastly, when a black man dates a white woman, black women tend to hate it and talk about it – PROFUSELY! Talk = $$$.
It’s the entertainment industry people. We’re all being used to keep these people relevant. As long as they can leverage our conversation for dollars, they’ll do anything to keep us talking.
Race mixing is ALWAYS a great way to get people talking because of the racial relations in the United States, both in the past and NOW – with Trump in office.
Black people have NO right to complain about cultural appropriation or the Kardashians using black men because it is the black community which chooses to participate.
If the black community decided to stop participating in Hollywood’s circus sideshow, these things would dissipate.
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