FULL PART TWO: Our Thoughts on Gina Rodriguez Singing the N-Word

Real fam, what are your thoughts?


  1. Ms. Spot On

    Ms. Spot On2 orë më parë

    Loni BYE! you don’t you don’t use it if you choose not to but if you do it still doesn’t give ANY non black person the right to use it PERIODT

  2. Ms. Spot On

    Ms. Spot On2 orë më parë

    How many think Tia’s non black person is her husband?

  3. nonconformist

    nonconformist2 orë më parë

    Whitey has promoted self destructive lifestyles among black folks since the beginning by funding gangster rap through their control of music studios and and other media outlets. They have made celebrating pimping, drug dealing, gang banging and shallow materialism the way to destroy black folks instead putting on white hoods and burning crosses. But hey anything to make a buck right?

  4. Alicia Wright

    Alicia Wright2 orë më parë

    Adrienne said ever AGAIN...uhmmmm

  5. Alexandria Hemp

    Alexandria Hemp3 orë më parë

    Lonie got on my double damn last nerve

  6. R xY

    R xY4 orë më parë

    I agree with Loni.

  7. Chelsey Harvie

    Chelsey Harvie5 orë më parë

    It’s pretty ridiculous that I’m just singing along to a song and I get ridiculed. My boyfriend is black and he doesn’t understand the problem either. I honestly think that if they don’t want people to sing along then stop making music.

  8. Damuk 5

    Damuk 55 orë më parë

    The N word isn’t a cultural thing and if it is that all Black ppl are racist within each other because they calling each other the N word every day just to refer to another person if they don’t want nobody saying the word than it’s come first from the Culture Black culture needs to stop saying the N word so nobody says it why you think nobody uses the racist word towards spanish ppl because we have respect within our culture not to call each other that so we Won’t allow nobody disrespect us Black ppl need to look within there culture before they start speaking about anyone else

  9. Malaya Reign

    Malaya Reign6 orë më parë

    But why do you (non black people) wanna say the N word so bad?

  10. Phoenix Mooner

    Phoenix Mooner6 orë më parë

    Amanda and loni bout fight back stage 🙈🙈

  11. Adriana Bernabel

    Adriana Bernabel7 orë më parë

    Ooop Ms.Loni Love wasn’t having it

  12. Jessi London

    Jessi London8 orë më parë

    I agree with Loni

  13. Tom Atos

    Tom Atos9 orë më parë

    Blackest sista dropped the truth

  14. Ifedayo Thomas Gatling

    Ifedayo Thomas Gatling9 orë më parë

    Use the word get slapped Periodt

  15. Sasha V

    Sasha V9 orë më parë

    I’m with Amanda and Adrienne. Sorry not sorry. And Hard LOL at Loni for proving Amanda’s point with the Michael Jackson reference. She really thought she had that one. Why is it in order to explain the nuances about Black issues, people don’t get it until we provide examples of the Jewish experience that is the same? This is getting old.

  16. Hannah Sharitz

    Hannah Sharitz9 orë më parë

    I agree with Loni take it out of music. None of the modern day rappers know what it’s like to be a black person when it was used

  17. Hannah Sharitz

    Hannah Sharitz9 orë më parë

    But I also agree she shouldn’t have said it.

  18. Rebecca Luevano

    Rebecca Luevano9 orë më parë

    Thank you Lonnie!!!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  19. Tionna Johnson

    Tionna Johnson11 orë më parë

    I agree with both of them but Im going with Amanda its like not cussing in front of your mom and tbh we all know why people want to say it so bad and its because anything black is a trend or cool now it's annoying as hell everyone wanna be black until its time to be black 😐

  20. Bee Dee

    Bee Dee11 orë më parë

    No Amanda that’s not what you’re saying and you’re making an excuse for people using a term that should not be used at all stop justifying a word that has no place in anyone’s mouth anybody no matter what race I don’t wanna hear a history lesson it’s wrong. Period

  21. Bee Dee

    Bee Dee11 orë më parë

    Thank you Loni you’re the only one speaking truth

  22. playboi kyra

    playboi kyra12 orë më parë

    idgaf if it’s a song. black people are taking the word back. if she ain’t black and don’t look black don’t use it.

  23. Ieisha Breham

    Ieisha Breham12 orë më parë

    Loni bad dressing ass always has something to say. Stfu sometimes 😒

  24. Person

    Person14 orë më parë

    By claiming that black people shouldn't use a reclaimed slur in part of expressing their experience and identity in their music, rather than simply non-black people leaving it out while singing along, it takes away the responsibility for non-black people to think for themselves and take accountability for the actions they choose to take and puts the responsibility for what they do and don't do on black people. Maybe other non-black people could grow up, hold themselves responsible for what they do in life, instead of forcing people to cater to their unwillingness to be mindful in their choices. ~ From a white person who has zero trouble leaving out the N word when singing along to music (it's not really not hard, therefore people just don't care, and that's the problem).

  25. Keara Boo

    Keara Boo15 orë më parë

    Amanda needs to be ok this show permanently!!! She keeps it more real than all of them! And is the one that ain’t scared to challenge know it all loni !

  26. Sade Peyton

    Sade Peyton21 orë më parë

    Shut up Loni!! Amanda is so right on this one!

  27. ilovepeaches400

    ilovepeaches40022 orë më parë

    At the end of the day. When black people choose to use the word and put it in their songs that white people also listen to and buy, they need to accept the fact that this will be continuously controversial.

  28. sabrinaguerra78

    sabrinaguerra7823 orë më parë

    Loni speaking truth.

  29. Emily Elizabeth

    Emily ElizabethDitë më parë

    Jeanie is right. Periodt

  30. Jac 098123

    Jac 098123Ditë më parë

    I agree with loni

  31. Coya Darling

    Coya DarlingDitë më parë

    Tupac explained it perfectly. I don’t remember who the interviewer was but she was a white lady who asked him that same question

  32. Vida Martinez

    Vida MartinezDitë më parë

    I’m with Loni !!!

  33. Julia M.

    Julia M.Ditë më parë

    Totally agreed with Loni’s argument

  34. Joy Desi

    Joy DesiDitë më parë

    Come on Ms.Masters in African Studies from Columbia 👏🏽 I love amanda she’s always putting Loni in check

  35. Joyce Cohen

    Joyce CohenDitë më parë

    Loni ON POINT👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  36. Joyce Cohen

    Joyce CohenDitë më parë

    whats the point of writing lyrics if you cant sing it???

  37. Joyce Cohen

    Joyce CohenDitë më parë

    the girl in the middle is STUUUUPID

  38. markisa

    markisaDitë më parë

    thats like straight people thinking we have the right to say the f word when that is not our place at all that word oppressed the lgbtq community for decades hell maybe even centuries and who am i to tell them they cant use it as a joke or as a greeting amongst them. js dont say it it really isnt that hard

  39. markisa

    markisaDitë më parë

    i hate that people use that whole WeLl DoNt CaLl Me A cRaCkEr bs youre entire race was not oppressed bc of that word that word was not used on you while being beaten raped and oppressed.

  40. E A

    E ADitë më parë

    Literally u not black, i am... u can use it but it might get you punched in yo MF mouth! And loni tryna make excuses like bitch we gon say it cus we can

  41. Kai Lyn

    Kai LynDitë më parë

    Here’s the thing: the n word can be compared to the b word. B word was originally a demeaning word.. just like the n word. But now people are comfortable with calling their friends both words. I’m black but I can’t in good conscience call someone I care about a b or n word because I know where the word comes from. So I agree with Adrienne. If you don’t feel comfortable saying it DONT (even if you’re black). The b word and the n word are both used as terms of “endearment” now and tbh it doesn’t make sense to me. Maybe it’s something only older people or old souls understand but I can’t get with it. But to each his own. I also agree that people should know how to sensor themselves and not use the word if you’re not black. You don’t have to sing every lyric. Also stop hating on Loni because she’s entitled to her opinion and it’s not even a bad opinion or idea. Idek why black people love that word so much anyway. Like why do you insist on saying it??


    SWISH FACEDitë më parë

    This is complete fuckery! Just sing along to the songs word for word! Don't let these women dictate what you can and can't do!

  43. Froxy Momo

    Froxy Momo2 ditë më parë


  44. Sunny n

    Sunny n2 ditë më parë

    Not all rap artists use it to show their struggle.. most use it as a casual term. Shouldn't be one rule for one and another for others. You hate it so much.. stop using it yourself in your songs. Teach by example. People often imitate.. not do what you tell them to do.

  45. Sunny n

    Sunny n2 ditë më parë

    Goodness, I liked Amanda until this!

  46. Claude Carothers

    Claude Carothers2 ditë më parë

    I agree with Loni ! Everyone wants to act like we took something negative and made it positive is a bunch of bs it’s always been negative and always will be. We as black people should’ve never reintroduced that word back into society but since we have this is the outcome!

  47. Plagiocephaly

    Plagiocephaly2 ditë më parë

    If it's so hurtful let it go! Easy and simple.

  48. Jerome Gibson

    Jerome Gibson2 ditë më parë

    I feel Lonnie is wrong,it us a choice, and as a black man I don't use it,but others will. But if you are not black,you can sing the song without saying the word I do it, so it can be done.

  49. Nathalie Cabral

    Nathalie Cabral2 ditë më parë

    That woman sitting in the center would have her head spinning if she walked through nyc and heard all the Asians and Hispanics saying the N word.

  50. Jayden Shack

    Jayden Shack2 ditë më parë

    I stay quiet from this

  51. Mariah Danielle

    Mariah Danielle2 ditë më parë

    It is for black people to decide amongst ourselves how WE want to use the word since it was a word used to oppress our people. So non black people tell us if we should or shouldn’t use the word and how it’s used, understand that is NOT your place. I agree with the women who said if you don’t want no parts of perpetuating the oppression of black peoples then it’s really not that damn difficult to not use the word. Otherwise, be ready for the backlash. “ I also agree with Loni that we shouldn’t use it but not for the intent of making other people comfortable but because to use the word is to embrace slave culture. We are kidding ourselves if we say that it is a term of endearment. Black peoples we did have a culture before slavery and it did not include the n-word. Thanks for sharing

  52. Kimberly Moena’

    Kimberly Moena’2 ditë më parë

    Loni give me house mamie vibes


    INFO ATTACK2 ditë më parë

    Not saying the N-word, isn't going to stop racist white people and white nationalists and brutal police from doing what they've always been doing!

  54. Cassie Tf.

    Cassie Tf.2 ditë më parë

    Amanda need to stay on the show

  55. The voice of reason

    The voice of reason2 ditë më parë

    Don't support black music, simple! Support your own music.

  56. Abi Tulabot

    Abi Tulabot2 ditë më parë

    Who's the lady in the middle? She's speaking the truth. Her words are the kinda stuff I'd find in one of my readings for university

  57. Monique Moreno

    Monique Moreno2 ditë më parë

    Ok Amanda. Loni is Black and doesn’t share your view. Respect it. You’re showing hella immaturity and the reason why they threw yo ass out the party on the curb

  58. Rav3n Victoria

    Rav3n Victoria2 ditë më parë

    The one in the middle slow asf😂 black people really don’t care who say the N word as long as they’re not saying it in a offensive way look at Miley Cyrus and that other white lady and nobody cares

  59. Rosita

    Rosita2 ditë më parë

    Listen! I'm with the argument that black people shouldn't say the n word but if they want to it's their right. No other group in American has had their blood spilled in the USA in relationship to that word not Asians and not Latinos. Secondly just because you have African ancestry doesn't mean you are black. And when I say black I mean African American. Their are so many people who are in the African diaspora that share the same ancestry but they don't share the African American experience. Just because you are Afro Latino or Afro Asian doesn't mean that you navigate through the USA the same way as an African American nor do you have the same historical ties to this words such as African Americans. That word will never effect you they way it has and can affect African Americans communities.

  60. Online Assistant

    Online Assistant2 ditë më parë

    I understand both sides. I believe if you are telling a story about your experience and you consciously choose to say the word... ok fine. To use it loosely or in a song as “slang” i say get rid of it I have children that are listening to current music and I do my best to filter or use kids bop as much as possible but things will slip through so occasionally I will hear a inappropriate lyric and my daughter will sing it proud. She has NO IDEA what she is saying or what it means! Thankfully I will hear it and I can correct her but to date I have to say I dont think she has ever heard the N word and she is 8. So imagine a few years from now she is introduced to some music with that word in it and she is in her teen years where she may be a bit more to herself... she may sing a song with that word. I will teach her that she shouldnt but im pretty sure she will wonder why its ok to use it? We can learn alot from children. Its a good place to start when debating these issues. I personally believe this “taking back the power” of that word is Deep deep deep! Why would you take the power back and keep the power over something that is so offensive and so painful? I believe we think we are taking the power back but in fact we are letting it live and every single time that word is spoken.. the people who believe in condemning the black culture will smile. It gives THEM power.. the word still lives on!! I think as a race/culture we can come up with something else. Lets create our own word with a meaning that uplifts us. Why are we allowing a word that came from people that hate us live on? There is no power in that.. it is somewhat reframing and a bit of surrender. I think we should also know that if a word is in a song there is a huge risk it will be repeated. Another conscious thought before recording. I believe that the artist recording this type of music in some cases will not have an issue with it. So defending the side of not repeating it is pointless. Unless you are sharing a personal story in my humble opinion let that word go. Lets honor words that were created to lift us up! There is a beautiful history in that and it can live on forever! Not this other word.

  61. Lamduan Nasingkharn

    Lamduan Nasingkharn3 ditë më parë

    Just stop using it !!