http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video800.php?v=wshhhihX16uo0pU71hh4&set_size=1 Damn she ripped into black American women. She echoed some sentiments that were harsh. Stating that many are not good women, not eligible women, poorly spoken, rude and loud. Factors which explain why they are the least likely to date outside of their race. While I don't concur with all of her sentiments, she seem to lock in on a certain segment of black women today, she does raise some issues that are indeed poignant. I mean honestly could anyone of us black guys on here picture ourselves with a woman who doesn't know how to speak respectfully or not interact with a man like she has a bigger dick than him. I treat every woman with respect and disrespect is something that I just cannot deal with. If a woman is to get all up in my face I would have to call deuces on that relationship. Yes all women can be problematic but lets not pretend like we don't know who can be the biggest pain in the ass today for black men that deal with them, I like my women soft and pink, i.e. feminine. P.S. no I'm not seeking to bash black women, just to see whether these comments have merit or not within a civil discussion, if one disagrees state their points respectfully and tastefully and the same if one agrees to any degree and extent or if you don't want to even waste time on this just ignore it. Also I'm Afro-Caribbean and grew up exposed to a different setting before America so my perceptions could be skewed by that comparison of my mom as a black woman and what I see today from many young black women.