'Love & Hip Hop' Star Jessie Woo Gave A Sermon About Black Men Dating White Women, And Folks Are 100% Here For It

is seen backstage during the BET Hip Hop Awards 2018 at Fillmore Miami Beach on October 6, 2018 in Miami Beach, Florida.

'Love & Hip Hop' Star Jessie Woo Gave A Sermon About Black Men Dating White Women, And Folks Are 100% Here For It

Published March 14th

Love & Hip Hop; Miami newbie Jessie Woo sparked an interesting debate on social media. 

The IG sensation dropped some serious gems about interracial dating, and folks are applauding her for it.

  1. Jessie Woo Hopped On Instagram Live, where she explained the one thing about interracial dating that bothers black women

    The Florida native began, "Black girls don't have a problem with Black dudes dating girls who aren't Black. Black girls have a problem with Black dudes dating girls who aren't Black and talking s**t about Black women. That's what we have a problem with."

    Solidifying her stance, she continued, "We don't have a problem with you dating outside the race. What pisses me of that when you do f**k the white girl, the Hispanic girl, whatever you do that and then you talk s**t about me."

    She added, "Me, the girl who gave birth to you. The girl who is always at the front lines supporting you. Every time you get gunned down, I'm the one right there in the street hollering. I'm the one protesting. I'm the one bailing you out of jail. I'm the one passing around your mixtape, but you're always talking s**t about me. That's what Black women have a problem with."

  2. Commenters on social media quickly reacted sharing their thoughts on Jessie Woo's recent comments

    One Instagram commenter wrote, "Facts! I don't mind black men dating outside they race but what they always d is say black women are ghetto first o all not all black women are."

    Another one replied, "It’s so true she had to put away the accent for y’all to understand ! Say it louder for the ppl in the backkkkkk."

    Someone else wrote, "And this is the same reason why I posted “keep our name out of your mouths” on International Women’s Day. If you’re not here for us, don’t speak our name."

    Others dropped fist and flame emojis, and beamed "yasss," and "period" sending the reality star their approval.

  3. Check out Jessie Woo's comments on interracial dating below, and let us know what you think in the comments section

Written by BET Staff

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