Coblinasian my ass!!! Tiger you’s a nigga in the eyes of the world! No matter how much money you get, how many majors you win, or white girls you smash…you are a negro. And its high time you recognized it. If there was any doubt left in your mind, this latest brush up with Sergio Garcia should clear that up for you.
If you haven’t heard, Sergio and Tiger have been beefing the past few weeks. Last night Sergio took it there, he said he would invite Tiger over for dinner and make him some fried chicken. There is no mistaking the underlying intent of this comment. It was meant as a dig at his race and nothing else. Now Sergio is going to have a press conference and apologize, but not really tho.
My issue isn’t with Sergio, he is proving what Kanye already told us, “racism still alive they just be concealing it.” My problem is with Tiger. I want him to recognize that he is a black man! And I want him to be able to do so without neglecting his mother and the other parts of his heritage. But I want him to black and proud.
It’s a conflicting emotion that I feel. On one hand I don’t want to force anyone to conform to social bull and cultural foolishness. On the other, I want Tiger to recognize the way it is as he uses his influence to break down barriers. I want people to stop saying stupid ish like race doesn’t matter and “I don’t see color”. And I want for black people to recognize their blackness. Recognizing your blackness doesn’t pigeon hole you to act a certain way, but it does creative a proper perspective of your culture and place in history. Why is ok for everyone to be proud of their history or culture except black people? Why is there such a push to not see color? In a society that allows social and cultural barriers to be pushed and prodded in ways that years previous would have been riot inducing, why can’t we recognize our blackness?
Sad thing is, this is not the first time that someone has taken a dig a Tiger using fried chicken. That happened to Tiger after crushing the field at The Masters.
Notice how he called him little boy?
Do you think Tiger needs to recognize his blackness? Is it important to recognize your race? Is society color blind? I’m just tripping?