In this viral TikTok video, one woman who calls herself “The Black Messiah” demands that white people should never comment on her controversial videos unless they have permission from her, after asking the Lord if they can speak first. This has, of course, caused huge tension online.
The Black Messiah Is Causing a Big Commotion Online
A TikTok user called The Black Messiah is causing a big commotion online with a viral video that’s spreading like crazy on social media.
In the video, she boldly says that only people with brown skin can comment on her online stuff. This has started a big argument, with many saying she’s “racist”.
The video got really popular after Clown World, a famous page on Twitter, reposted it. It got lots of responses, with people sending shocking, hurtful comments to the TikToker.
The video shows The Black Messiah looking straight at the camera, saying with a lot of passion, “If you’re not Black, if your skin isn’t brown, if you’re not melanated, you can’t comment on my videos or talk to my people. Your opinions don’t matter.”
“So Why Do You Keep Talking on My Page?”
She goes on to argue, “So why do you keep talking on my page? You have to ask for my permission before you speak or comment.”
After this, The Black Messiah demands white people beg the Lord to speak, “Say, ‘Lord, can I say something?’ and wait for me to say yes before you start typing with your little pale fingers on my page.”
At the end, she says, “You’ve talked too much for too long. Your time is up! Black power forever!”
Right now, the video has more than 5.5 million views. But The Black Messiah took it down from her account, and her TikTok account has since been banned.
“MRS. JESUS CHRIST VENGEANCE IS MINE & I HAVE COME TO REPAY #BLM.”
She only has 59 followers and her bio says, “MRS. JESUS CHRIST VENGEANCE IS MINE & I HAVE COME TO REPAY #BLM.”
The Black Messiah responded to a comment on TikTok that called her a “devil.”
She said, “This is what they’ve been saying for a long time. Your fathers and their fathers always said, ‘White is good and pure while Black is evil and bad.’ That’s why you can’t see me as worthy of being the wife of Lord Jesus.”
That’s Not How Social Media Works!
Most people believe it to be racist with one Twitter user saying, “who’s gonna tell her that’s not how social media works.”
Another boldly stated, “That’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works.”
While this user ironically said, “Wow what a great compassionate human being it is.”
Is this racism or simply a misunderstanding? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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