Is 'You mad bro?' racist?

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

After an Ohio high school football game this Friday, the losing team was taunted by the winners' fans with a sign saying "YOU MAD BRO". The NAACP, and supporters of the opposing team somehow took it as a racial insult.

"I think the reference to 'bro' in the sign definitely has a racial connection to it," said Michael Hanlon, superintendent for Painesville City Schools.
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7 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Successful troll is successful.

Anonymous said...

Idiots...

Long live trolls!

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is proof that our generation has its own worldwide culture and uses the internet to spread it. That and that anything can be deemed racist by idiots. Someone needs to create a meme based on something racist, make it common enough that people using it don't understand it's racist then watch people go batshit.

Anonymous said...

epic troll is epic

Anonymous said...

Wait, they're mad about the racial connotation of "bro?" I didn't see a Guido football team anywhere...

Anonymous said...

NAACP is full of ignorant , wearing their feelings on their sleeves , dare I say STUPID , sub~humans. The organization keeps more crap stirred up than the taliban. Guess what when your a racist you think like a racist , act like a racist and therefore see racism in everything. The NAACP is a blacks version of todays KKK in thoughts and mentality...."caint wee awwl jus git alowng" I hope I phoneticaly spelled the quote right

Anonymous said...

sorry to say but uhh the black version of the KKK is called the black panthers buddy lol. But seriously people always say " Hey bro whats up " or " This guys my bro " how is it any different on that sign? honestly people are fuckin stupid.

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