Chile, the helmet of salvation is getting a number of press this week and celebrities are popping out the woodwork to place of their two cents. After a video of some Black girls sporting bonnets at an airport went viral a little bit greater than per week in the past, a debate erupted on-line about whether or not or not girls ought to put on bonnets and head scarves in public.
The truth that everybody feels they will police what Black girls put on is past me, however that didn’t cease a number of well-known peeps from chiming in.
It wasn’t too lengthy earlier than aunty Mo’Nique popped up with an entire video over the weekend, chatting with her followers about the place she sides on the difficulty.
“So after we received to the airport yesterday, I used to be like ‘okay child let’s go get them in Jackson, M,’ and as we started to stroll by way of the airport, I noticed so many, truly too many to depend, and too many for me to faucet. However I noticed so lots of our younger sisters in head bonnets, scarves, slippers, pajamas, blankets wrapped round them, and that is how they’re exhibiting as much as the airport.”
She continued to clarify that the airport shouldn’t be the one place the place she has seen girls dressed like that.
“The query that I’ve for you candy infants, when did we lose delight in representing ourselves?” Mo’Nique requested.
She added, “I’m not saying you don’t have delight however the illustration you’re exhibiting, somebody must ask you to know that you just had it.”
You try what she mentioned beneath:
Tokyo Self-importance apparently had sufficient and determined to take up for the bonnet-wearers Monday, explaining that individuals ought to actually simply thoughts their enterprise. Tok additionally identified the irony in how Mo’Nique was dressed when she addressed the difficulty.
Chad Ochocinco pushed issues a step additional and let or not it’s recognized he’s an entire fan of the bonnet!
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