#BlackTwitter Dismisses NY Times Twerking Article Claiming It’s A Dance Associated With Low-Income Black Women

September 5, 2013  |  

 

 

From HelloBeautiful 

When opinion writers from The NY Times decide to write about “twerking,” in a satirical essay riddled with a few questionable one liners, Black people get angry. Not just regular angry, but the type of angry that boldly @’s you on Twitter, demanding an explanation of words strung together for a powerfully painful sentence like this one:

“Explain that twerking is a dance move typically associated with lower-income African-American women that involves the rapid gyration of the hips in a fashion that prominently exhibits the elasticity of the gluteal musculature.”

From this satirical piece, an #AskTeddyWayne hashtag was born. By the looks of these hilarious tweets, I’ll say that Black Twitter strike again!

Check out some of the tweets at HelloBeautiful.com 

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