You’ll notice how the video begins, 2 black women plotting and scheming about obtaining credit cards from their men so they can spend their money to the hilt in order to satisfy their childish lusts for material possessions, in this case clothes. What have I been repeating time and time again on this website, the fact that black women as a collective see black men as assets ie slaves. Most black on black relationships are typically one-sided, it’s all about what the man can bring to the table for the woman and you’ll notice that through all of this gift bearing, black women still are never satisfied hence why most black on black relationships typically do not last.
Note the deception being portrayed, these women never loved these men to begin with, they were simply putting on an act in order to syphon more money from the men’s coffers. This unfortunately is most black women today, they wallow in deception, are extremely dishonest and disingenuous, fake hair, fake eyebrows, fake eye lashes, fake nails, 50 layers of make up clinging to their faces, blue/green/grey contact lenses, butt implants, lip injections, let us not forget to mention the fact that most black women are perpetual liars who are constantly plotting and scheming evil works.
Yet these are the same individuals who will talk down concerning other races of women as if they are a better choice/selection, not by a very long shot. Part of the chorus to the song says “no more late night creeps” which would indicate that these women are whores, effectively prostitutes who are going around sleeping with different men in exchange for some sort of payment. Didn’t I already mention in Negro Wars the fact that typically whenever a black man deals with a black woman in any capacity, she expects payment in some way, shape or form?
Of course right here the angry and bitter black sisterhood will immediately point out the fact that there are women of all races who use men. I find it interesting how black women claim that all other races of women cannot identify with them or their struggle until their feet are held to the fire of accountability, then all of a sudden all races of women are permitted to be used as comparators, do you see how that works?
In the video the first singer talked about how he loved his woman and treated her well but she was still acting hostile towards him aswell as engaging in nefarious activities, doesn’t this all sound familiar? Of course while in the shop looking for clothes two other men walk in and these two sirens have no problems giving them availability signals, but I thought that black women were loyal to their men, right?
The best part of the video is towards the end, did you notice who the two guys replaced their former girlfriends with, NON BLACK WOMEN and mind you this song was released in June 2000. Ruff Endz were telling us something even from way back then, non black women are less hassle, more cooperative and more pleasant to be around overall. Even the guy who is representative of the “educated lame” right at the end of the video reject those black women’s advances, he knew what they were all about, hence why he drove away leaving them standing.
Of course this is isn’t the only RnB song from back in the day that was telling black men to implement SYSBM, do any of you remember this song:
That’s right, the RnB group Next and their song called Wifey which was also released 2000, a month before No More. As with No More do you see which women are being promoted as the better, long-term options for black men, once again NON BLACK WOMEN. You’ll notice how 17 years ago black women weren’t complaining as prolifically about darker skinned women not being featured in black music videos as they are today. Even from back then black women were being replaced by females of other ethnicities.
This modern day black female has been broken beyond repair for a very long time, it’s just that back in the day before the internet became available black men never had the means to compare notes with other black men on a wider, international level concerning black women, thus in their minds they probably believed that the problematic black female was not a widespread issue. Oh how wrong they were. Remember this song:
This was the song which put Adina Howard on the map, Freak Like Me was released in January 1995. Having sex with your significant other all day and all night is not the problem, however did you hear what type of man she was looking for to fulfil the roll, that’s right, “a rough neck brother”. In other words, Tyrone, Dey Dey, Skeet, J Boogie and Dirty Dick Rodney from the block.
Yep, the type of unproductive men who these black females will more than likely end up getting pregnant by and when those men predictably fail to step up to their responsibilities as fathers, these same women will then declare all black men to be useless scum. Of course Adina Howard wasn’t the first black women to declare that she prefers the unproductive, criminal, gangster element of black male society, who remembers this song:
Mc Lyte was gracious enough to give us the finer details of the type of man that was required to satisfy her sexual needs, however at the time many of us thought nothing of this, as educated lames ie classic black men we still believed that we were able to pique the interests of black women. It’s only as time has gone by and the fruits of the black woman’s calamitous choices have began to manifest themselves on a much greater level do we now realise the full severity of the black woman’s dysfunction and just how bad the problem really is.
I’m sure that there are many other songs out there that can also be brought forward as revelatory nuggets of truth, feel free to mention them in the comment section. #SYSBM
The Deprogramming And Decontamination Process Continues
Most High Bless