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Sunday, July 28, 2019

Comments About Racism & Colorism From Five YouTube Discussion Threads For Beyonce's "Brown Skin Girl"

Edited by Azizi Powell

This pancocojams post documents a compilation of comments about colorism from the discussion threads of five YouTube sound files or videos of Beyonce's 2019 song "Brown SKin Girl".

Note that the official YouTube music video for Beyonce's "Brown Skin Girl" as not been published as of the date of this pancocojams post.

The content of this post is presented for socio-cultural purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to the composers of "Brown Skin Girl" as performed by Beyonce,, WizKid, SAINt JHN, & Blue Ivy, and thanks to all those who are quoted in this post. Thanks also to all those who published examples of this song on YouTube.

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DEFINITION OF RACISM
From https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism
"Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another. It may also include prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone because they are of a different race or ethnicity, or the belief that members of different races or ethnicities should be treated differently.[1][2][3] Modern variants are often based in social perceptions of biological differences between peoples. These can take the form of social actions, practices or beliefs, or political systems that consider different races to be ranked as inherently superior or inferior to each other, based on presumed shared inheritable traits, abilities, or qualities.[2][4][5]"

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DEFINITION OF COLORISM
From https://www.dictionary.com/e/historical-current-events/colorism/
"Colorism is a form of racial discrimination based on the shade of an individual's skin tone, typically favoring lighter skin. It can occur both within a specific ethnic group and across ethnic groups."

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COMMENTS ABOUT RACISM AND COLORISM FROM VARIOUS DISCUSSION THREADS FOR BEYONCE'S SONG "BROWN SKIN GIRL"
Pancocojams Editor's Note:
This compilation doesn't include comments from or comments about non-Black people's reactions or responses to Beyonce's "Brown Skin Girl". For the most part (except for a comment I posted that is given as Comment #18, Source #4) this includes comments about believing or wishing that that song also referenced females of other races/ethnicities besides Black.

This compilation also doesn't include any comments about skin bleaching.

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2019/07/brown-skin-girls-throughout-world.html for a pancocojams post on that subject entitled "Brown Skin Girls Throughout The World Comment About Beyoncé's Song "Brown Skin Girl"".

These comments are given in no particular order and are numbered for referencing purposes only. All of these comments were published between July 19, 2019 and July 27, 2019.

SOURCE #1
From https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXrhqhW2kiU
Beyoncé, SAINt JHN, WizKid - BROWN SKIN GIRL (Official Audio) ft. Blue Ivy Carter
Beyoncé, Published on Jul 23, 2019
1. Sister Cherise
"Love how she mentions Lupita, Kelly and Naomi, all about the dark skinned black girls! 😍✨👸🏿👸🏾"

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2. Geraldo Rodriguez
"i loved the Kelly shout out the most bc even Kelly has stated that she felt inferior to beyonce bc of her darker skin. and i love me some Kelly <3 sisterhood" ** REPLY 3. Denise Dean "Sister Cherise that song is gorgeous All women of color for there are many shades of Blackness and anybody with Africa glowing like the Nike River in their veins have been touched by racial discrimination and discrimination WITHIN our communities is REAL for colorization is more than a notion it is real and causes Darker Persons to dislike lighter persons, and lighter persons to do the same. So yeah that song is for all of We! Yuh nuh!" ** REPLY 4. eys292 "I’m sooooo proud of Bey!!! She did that. Our gorgeous dark skin Black girls have been denied the spotlight, adoration and love they’ve always deserved for TOOO LONG! It’s their time to shine forever and always❤️👸🏿👸🏿👸🏿👸🏿👸🏿👸🏿👸🏿" ** REPLY 5. Daphne NET "It’s about black excellence in general, let’s not make segregation within a song speaking on ALL black beauties thanks." ** REPLY 6. Siah Young "Daphne NET! Exactly! They separated us and we keep separating ourselves with this complexion shih...Brown Skin covered all complexions of women of color" ** 7. Sarah Fodouop "The dislikes are from the racists and colourists clearly. Bey and Wiz kid thank you for blessing us. We NNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD A VIDEO" ** REPLY 8. patrece B "Exactly!!! Nobody had ANYTHING to say when people praise foreign, redbone, lightskinZ. The hypocrisy is real." -snip- Note that the African American definition for "red bone" is different from the Caribbean definition for that informal color referent. Click http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2013/08/what-redbone-yellowbone-and-browning.html for a pancocojams post entitled "What "Redbone", "Yellowbone", and "Browning" Mean"

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9. Javee
"So because a person doesn't like this song they're racist? I don't like Rihanna's song Diamonds in the Sky. I guess that means I hate diamonds."

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10. patrece B
"@javee, if it doesn't apply, let it fly. I'm saying EXACTLY to the colorist and the racists🤷🏾‍♀️"

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11. Ricky T
"Where was this energy with India Arie brown skin song"
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Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12kMTnObZcM for a YouTube video of India Arie's 2001 song "Brown Skin".

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12. Venice KD
"@Ricky T every message has it's time. People weren't listening back then and now colourism is a social issue that cant be ignored. Dont be a pessimist friend be optimistic that now others are finally hearing this message of self love and acceptance 🤗🤗"

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13. Dominique Pyles
"Ricky T perhaps because Brown Skin was about BLACK MEN not young girls or women. Actually read the lyrics of India’s song"

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14. Sincerely Ty Taylor
"I cried when I heard this song for the first time. This could have really helped me growing up. This should be the black girls anthem"

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15. Esther Kroon
"They call us lazy but we built this country.
They say we're ugly but they copy are skin.
They call me ghetto but they love my culture.
They make fun of my hair but they love to touch it.
Jealousy and fear is all I have to say."

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16. OceaniaMonarch
"U AIN'T NEVA LIED😒"

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17. Saiyans Great
"I'm a boy but I'm still here. Cause my skin brown too.😎"

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18. Amelia A
"as a caramel skin girl this song empowers me!!! i can’t imagine the pride and power my brown skin sisters must feel"

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19. Tarleda Manley
"Caramel is a shade of brown to me"

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20. Qu3en T
"I am grateful for this song. My 7 yo loves music & she dislikes being dark skin even though she is so beautiful. She was bullied last year by a light skinned girl and talks about how she wish she looked like her. I hope this will help her take away that hate & realize she is oh so beautiful."

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21. DeeVaBae CHRONICLES
"Just need black men to listen. All shades are beautiful not just redbone or light! Thank you beyonce! Our men keep colorism alive! Too many songs about redbone and light eyes instead of loving women that look like them! It's not a preference if you deny beauty in the opposite of what you like! Also if you hate women of your color you hate yourself not a strong man!"

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22. I can't think of a good username
"Good job Beyoncé, for not letting your daughter grow up hating herself and thinking she's ugly and not worthy of things because of her skin color. Too many black beauty influencers and just grown black women in general out there with big followings being like "I'm mixed with white so I'm not entirely black", "I'm half black and at least I don't have nappy hair" or "Nothing about me is black" and sending wrong messages of self-hatred to younger audiences."

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23. anthyrose2
"This song has a good message, but what bothers me is that no one paid attention until Beyonce sang it. India Arie has been singing positive and uplifting songs like this literally since she began her career. She is a "Brown Skinned Girl" who was always celebrating her dark skin and features, yet for some reason, no one ever seems to pay attention or find value in the message until Beyonce sings it. And no, this is NOT in any way shape or form a dig at Beyonce, but it's really sad how some people are claiming that "no one" ever sang about this before. There are TONS of "Brown Skinned Girl" musicians who have celebrated their dark skin and kinky hair, yet ironically they get completely ignored because they are not "light skinned". Why is it that messages of empowerment for us have to be delivered by the Beyonce's and the Zendaya's and the Tracy Ellis Ross's before we listen?"

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24. ok
"I believe if this song was made sooner, we wouldn't have black people and brown ,(of any age) hating them selves.. and I just love this song"

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25. ItsZion's Channel
"This song is for all the brown skin and dark skin girls who use to want to be white or act a certain way around them because u felt like u had to change because when i was younger i use to want to be white so bad because at the time i was going to a school with a lot of white ppl"

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26. Ricky T
"Where was this energy with India Arie brown skin song"

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27. kingbey fan
"That song was about a relationship she had with a Brown skinned male. It was uplifting to black couples but not Black GIRLS specifically. Let’s face it, these days Black men perfer light skinned Black women, White or Hispanic women. The songs are VERY different! I loved on it when that came out along with Angie Stone’s Black Brotha or something like that."

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28. Bebe Bong
"I'm actually a light skinned black girl but our community needed THIS."

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29. Eve Eve
"Am a proud brown skin woman..... Wakanda forever👸🏾"

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30. Nefertiti S.
"In Africa they call me light skin in the USA they say I am brown😂😂 Black is beautiful"

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31. Chasidy Collins
"Thank you for showing your appreciation towards dark-skinned black girls around the world 🌎
We’ve been devalued, degraded, and told that we’re not beautiful so long by our own, and by outsiders. That same hate we received for all of these years has been internalized for some of us. So, this really means a lot. This really spoke to me on a personal level due to all the flak and hate I received because of my complexion💔

“My skin is not only dark, it shines and it tells my story” -A Beautiful Black Girl❤️"

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32. Shalom Ihemefor
"Respect to all African women in different shades of brown .... don't let anyone talk down on you 😍😍😍...."

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33. Marina Aguilar
"Una referente, amé el tema, tan claro y hermoso, sos inmensa, me emociono al escuchar terrible tema, recordaba mi infancia cuando mi mamá me decía que era preciosa así morocha que mí color de piel era único y que no hiciera caso a los que querían herirme.. Hermoso mensaje 🌻✨💞"
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Google translate from Spanish to English
A reference, I loved the subject, so clear and beautiful, you are immense, I get excited to hear terrible song, I remembered my childhood when my mother told me that it was beautiful so dark that my skin color was unique and that I ignored those who they wanted to hurt me .. Beautiful message 🌻✨💞
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“Terrible” here probably means something like “powerful”.

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34. ItWasntTruckSama
"This song is all kinds of amazing I can't even!!!!
AHHHHH Stan mode on!!!!!
But seriously it made me feel beautiful. Not that I feel ugly or anything because of my skin. I don't. It's just that celebration of melanin is never the default so when a song like this comes it fills me with this sense of community and affirmation."

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35. Kay McKinnie
"Such a beautiful song! I cried when I heard this song. I have a dark skin daughter who has been teased because of her color. I can’t wait to share this beautiful song with her.."

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36. Tzefirayah _700
"My grandchildren especially my two granddaughters love this song...be proud of your brown skin, dark skin, light skin, and anything else in between. Powerful message."

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37. yuri faxineira
"Lyrics brought me tears..i wish my momma could've heard this song and so her momma and the mother of her mother.."

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38. Crowned_ 25
"My coworker nearly broke down when I told her about the song. It triggered her memory of how girls treated her at Spellman years ago. We get it worse from our own community b/c they're in our every day lives. This is going to change the outlook for many! Thanks 👑 Bey!"

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39. Marie Goddess
"👏BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL IN ALL SHADES BUT THIS IS BROWN SKIN GIRL TIME YALL DESERVE IT !!!!❤❤❤❤ LOVE THE SONG AND FOR BEYONCÉ TO WRITE THIS AS A LIGHT SKIN WOMAN MEANS A LOT. COLORISM IS REAL BUT WE NEED TO NOT SEPARATE OUR BLACKNESS BUT COME TOGETHER 💯💯💯💯💃💃"

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40. DAsher 1exp
"Yeah we gotta appreciate all black skin tones"

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41. langdawn
"Brown skin girls of all melanin shades are beautiful. Thank you Beyoncé!"

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SOURCE #2
From https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60Gy857Lfzc
Reaction To Beyonce’s ‘Brown Skin Girl’
ET Canada, Published on Jul 23, 2019
1. PTX 5
"My own grandma, a light skin black woman with curly hair used to say "did God create these people?" when she sees someone with dark dark skin. I remembered saying to her as 4-5 years old kid "what about me?" She used to say, you're darker than us, but you're not dark skin and you have curly beautiful hair just like us. I remember thinking she must like my sister and brothers more than me because they look like her. Colorism within our own household, our own community, cut deeper than anyone else hating us for our beautiful melanin.#blckskingirl#✊🏽#❤ urself"

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2. Tamika Mcduffie
"Wow do we have the same relatives?😕😒"

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3. Lady Joy
"@Tamika Mcduffie I swear I was going to say the same thing. My family was the same way towards me."

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4. Maleka Smith
"Unfortunately, the older generations of blacks were/are like that due to growing up in segregated environments. They usually end up passing those same thoughts onto their kids, especially if they are light skin. Look at Hazel E from Love and Hip Hop. Her mom made her believe she was beautiful only because she is light skinned."

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5. Neka
"My grandmother was the same way. In the Caribbean we are all blended, but some of us are straight African looking, I am like that while some of my family have more caucasian features as my family is mixed with Syrian. She would always say, if my shin was lighter I would loom better or tell my lighter skin cousins to remember that they have their 'color' to keep up."

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6. M H
"I experienced the exact same thing with my grandma. What a shame?"

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7. T Burton
"PTX 5 it's important to remember why that is, it's by design that some of us feel that way unfortunately, especially the older generation. I am so sorry you had to go through that, but never forget it was over 400 years of programming that caused that mentality. Do the work and break that generational curse over your family 😘"

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8. Cynthia Dickerson
"So sad to have the ability to identify with the oppressor who was raping black women and leaving their white gene in the bloodline. Make you wanna holler! A light skin child in my 5th grade class called another student blackie, and the child began to cry. I said some things, and taught a lesson in my class that day the students will never forget as long as they live. When l finished the student that called the student out of her name was sad. That is all l can say! I didn't go for that foolishness as long as l was teaching, that and bullying was not tolerated in my classroom."

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9. nichail Miller
"My Grandma used to say “Nothing too black nuh good” (She was Jamaican)"

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10. cleospalace
"My dark skin was allways celebrated. I never felt ugly I allway felt like the prettiest girl in the room."

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11. Shauna Holmes
"Same here, i adore my dark skin tone. I feel blessed to have it. I think it has alot to do with the fact that my proud dark skinned father always told me that i am beautiful 😍❤ i love my brown skin."

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12. Chi Non
"cleospalace wish all dark skin girls had your experience 👍🏽"

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SOURCE #3
From https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yk_snRm99J8
Beyonce - Brown Skin Girl (Dance Video) by The Happy African Kids (Dream Catchers) ft. Wizkid
Dream Catchers Dance, Published on Jul 20, 2019
1. ALL HAIL JACQUA
"I can’t wait to have beautiful brown cocoa mocha bronze black pecan cinnamon tanny cedar coffee hickory caramel babies 🖤

Whatever color they are, I’ll love them endlessly 👌🏾"

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2. Dat1Gurl_Esh
"So happy to see brown skin kids dancing joyously to this wonderful song! been called so many horrible names in my life because of my skin tone so it's great to hear these positive vibes from Beyonce ♥️♥️♥️"

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3. Jajwuan Lynn
"As a dark skin king this made my day dance on my dark skin queens"

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4. Grace Quiah
"Yes babies love yourselves and y’all skin complexion ❤️❤️💕"

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5. BrownSkinGirlTEXAS
"They are so beautiful! When they started singing, I started crying. It's wonderful to see little Black girls proud of their melanin! Thank you Beyonce and Wizkid for what you've done for millions of ethnic and melanated kids and grown ups around the world!"

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6. Angie's Doing It
"I am not crying, because I have always loved my skin."

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7. L Porter
"I love this!!! Represent young black Queens!!! Thanks Beyonce ☺️ proud to be black and beautiful"

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8. Wallace Souza Alves
"Vocês não sabem o quão feliz eu tô, esse vídeo realmente me fez chorar.. A música literalmente é um recado para todxs as garotxs negras sobre se amarem e nunca deixar se sentir inferior em situação alguma, e vê essas crianças dançando com a maior felicidade me fez chorar e rir ao mesmo tempo pq eles são muito bonitos. Beyoncé você realmente é uma artista incrível e muito obrigado por esse trabalho tão maravilhoso e gostoso de ouvir, obrigado por trazer representatividade e orgulho. I love u queen B."
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Google translate from Portuguese to English
"You guys don't know how happy I am, this video really made me cry .. The song is literally a message to all the black kids about loving each other and never letting them feel inferior under any circumstances, and see these children dancing with the greatest happiness. It made me cry and laugh at the same time because they are so beautiful. Beyoncé you really are an amazing artist and thank you so much for such a wonderful and enjoyable work, thank you for bringing representativeness and pride. I love u queen B."

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9. Dat1Gurl_Esh
"So happy to see brown skin kids dancing joyously to this wonderful song! been called so many horrible names in my life because of my skin tone so it's great to hear these positive vibes from Beyonce ♥️♥️♥️"

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10. Perpétuelle
"Awww these babies made my night❤ Go chocolate princesses!👑"

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11. Melanin Queen
"I think the song is beautiful and I seen all black girls of different shades representing and posting pics of their self . The only ones I see making a problem of this is darker tone girls , the most . I'm a dark girl and I feel this song was made for me . Even though I'm dark , I'm still a brown.."
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This comment refers to the twitter account src=hash">https://twitter.com/hashtag/BrownSkinGirlChallenge?src=hash

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12. Red Love
"This is what it is all about!!! Yes brown skin girls!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️ love yourself! Love all of you from crown 👑 to your toes!!! 💃🏿💃🏿💃🏿💃🏿🙅🏿‍♀️🙅🏿‍♀️🙅🏿‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏾‍♀️😍😍😍😍😙😘😘"

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13. EyeLoveTheStars
"What about White Skinned Girls?"

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14. jenkook
"idk what about them?"

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15. EyeLoveTheStars
"@jenkook Why dont they get a song?"

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16. jenkook
"@EyeLoveTheStars because white people aren't constantly made fun of or discriminated against for being white because thats "standard beauty" that's why. many of us black skinned girls/women have personally gotten bullied for our skin and its about time someone recognizes us."

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17. Ms. McNeil
"I wish I had this growing up in a white country all alone in a white school! But now my daughters do! Thank you queen b!😭😭💕💕💕"

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18. Tholang Mathopa
"This is just so heartfelt, so many times I was deemed ugly because I am dark, this definitely hits home. All I can say is thank you Beyonce. One day my kids will look at this and understand it's beautiful to be dark."

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19. REDD Warrior 22
"I love it!! They’re having fun and enjoying every bit it!! It’s so important to make Lil girls feel good about themselves to become strong confident women"

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20. truth ispower
"Chocolate drops...emancipate from mental slavery..and AWAKE TO THE BEAUTY AND GOD THATS IN YOU MY LITTLE BLACK QUEENS..."

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SOURCE #4
From https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wvkQV1_IW4
Beyonce, Blue Ivy - Brown Skin Girl (Lyrics) Ft. Wizkid & Saint Jhn
Normani Lyrics, Published on Jul 19, 2019
1. cidah jodz
"Im so happy for my 5 year daughter, she always talks about her skin being golden brown. Everyone else think shes dark but shes so proud and this song is just right for her 🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪👑👑🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪"

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2. Ashley Family
"Go ahead brown skin melanin queen’s it is now your time to shine hallelujah 👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾👸🏾"

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3. Nelly Njeri
"I love this song ...proud of being dark ...love it"

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4. hardskull 234
"Rwandan team also dark skin am proud"

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5. Kadi’s rainbow World
"Yassssss Brown skin yeah you are the best"

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6. cynthia macsime
"This boosts got my confidence jump from -0 to a million ❤️❤️❤️❤️🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾"

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7. Brandy F
"LOVE this concept and song now black people keep this same energy when lighter skin blacks say they love their skin. If you can't you're just as malicious and hateful as the claims you say are against you."

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8. Dairy of wealth
"Wait just brown skin? What about dark skin girls ? All shades of black is beautiful just saying"

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9. Court Reporter Forum
"@Dairy of wealth The message is for all women of color, sis🖤"

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10. Dairy of wealth
"@Court Reporter Forum OK thanks"

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11. starfirebb robin
"She said lupita who is very much darkskin idk why your complaining lol"

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12. marie
"Please don't start!! this song is for all black girls and she mentions lupita.... let's all black girls embrace this beautiful song!"

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13. 瓊安 葛
"Dark-skinned girls are brown too. :)"

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14. Lavanya Wilkinson
"Just because the title doesn't say it doesn't mean the song doesn't"

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15. Royal Carter
"She literally said Naomi, Lupita and Kelly... they are dark skinned"

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16. Khene Enyieko
"In truth,nobody is black. We are all shades of brown"

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17. Karabo Jackson
"starfirebb robin People are never satisfied 😂😂😂😂"

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18. Azizi Powell
"Perhaps Diary of wealth asked that question because what is meant by "brown" in the descriptor "brown skin" differs in various cultures throughout the world

In Jamaica (and perhaps in some other Caribbean countries) "browning" means a (Black) "person who is mixed race with light skin." http://jamaicanpatwah.com/term/Browning/928#.XTxCWuhKi70

That said, Beyonce is African American (like me) and is using an African American definition for the skin color "brown". When African Americans say that someone has brown skin, we don't usually mean that that person is light skinned. But we also can specify different gradations of brown such as "light brown", "brown", and "dark brown"

While the lyrics of Beyonce's song suggests that she was probably mostly uplifting darker brown skin females, I think that "Brown Skin Girl" can be celebrated by people whose skin color is brown Period. (using the African American definition). That means that I'm in team inclusive because I'm happy that other people who are brown skinned (such as some Asians, Latinos, Melanesians, and some people from the Middle East) also are uplifted by Beyonce's song "Brown Skin Girl"."
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From http://jamaicanpatwah.com/term/Browning/928#.XTxCWuhKi70
"Browning
English Translation: Mixed race

Definition: a person who is mixed race with light skin

Example Sentences
Patois: Look pon dah browning deh!
English: Look at that light skin person
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posted by alicia.dean.7940 on March 22, 2017

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SOURCE #5
From https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uC6D67pAv4s
Beyoncé - BROWN SKIN GIRL (Official Video) ft. Wizkid, Saint Jhn & Blue Ivy
ion tbo, Published on Jul 19, 2019
1. Tholang Mathopa
"I've NEVER in my young 27 years of living, cried from a song. This hits home!!! Grew up frowned upon and called ugly because I am dark. Even as an adult, the effect of the humility I faced growing up kept crawling back in my thoughts, ultimately taking a toll on my whole being. BUT AFTER THIS, I shed my last tears remembering what I went through. Thank you so much, Beyonce."

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2. Monet Jenkins
"Tholang Mathopa You’re a beautiful, Dark skin Goddess and I love you for who you are and if no one has ever told you I’ll tell you now.. you’re dark skin is magical ❤️"

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3. Ashanti Zulu
"But how you gonna so a video about “Brownskin Girls” But make it all about you Bee ijs 🤷🏾‍♀️.. not one chocolate sister in the Video.. 🙄"

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4. Sarah-Louise Jacques
"This isn't the official music video"

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5. anonymous one
"There are light brown and dark brown girls hence BROWN= black girls light and dark. We are all black girls"

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6. Courtney
"brown doesn't indicate just dark or chocolate women........brown represents all the wonderful shades that we come in. IT STARTS AT HOME....WE PUSH COLORISM THE MOST.....light, brown, dark. All others see (wypipo) is a black woman......they don't care about the light skin, butter pecan, toffee, caramel or all the other bullshit subtitles we like to give ourselves. BE PROUD IN YOUr BROWN SKIN, NO MATTER THE SHADE."

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7. Daphne_488
"funny how Beyoncé specifically mentions Naomi, Lupita and Kelly though 🤷🏾‍♀️

shout out to my sisters doing the #Brownskingirlchallenge. you guys are beautiful: the skin that was broken will be the one taking over. rise and shine ladies, that song is for you first ✊🏾"

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8. Donald S
"Like some people want the lyrics to be specific with the colour, like deep brown skin girl & light brown skin girl."

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9. Tyshema Lynnp
"She is very specific in this song listen to her lyrics closer"

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10. DeyMonet Carter
"She said there are “complexities in complexion”!"

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11. Mel
"We all brown at the end of the day some of us are just a lighter brown and some of us just a darker brown but we all brown 💅🏾"

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