Black Entrepreneurship Gone Wrong
Imagine being a black businessman. You build your own business from the bottom up and finally have enough money set aside for a local commercial to drive sales. After brainstorming with your supporters and coming up with a theme for the commercial, casting it, and having it edited, it’s finally ready to hit the air. Roll’ em!
Who do I blame? The entire south? This particular dude? Pimp culture? That thick black girl on the right who danced on command? The white girl with her midriff out?The video editor who chose the over-simplistic font for the screen text? Or perhaps the person who goes to buy a car from this dealership because he saw this commercial?