French Montana "Claps Back" at Black Woman By Calling Her Hair "Nappy" & A "Dusty Rusty Ass Hoe"

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Last night on Twitter, struggle rapper French Montana obviously searched his name on Twitter and replied back to a young Black woman by calling her box braids "nappy" among other insults.

Damn bruh! Tell us why you really mad. Yes, it may have been considered rude for the young lady to say, but she didn't directly mention him and her tweet wasn't even that offensive for him to go off the handle like that. You would have thought shorty came at his moms the way he got out of control.

Of course the coon brigade and Black women haters are on Twitter with their tap shoes shined and tied up tightly taking up for French Montana with all types of bullshit excuses. Like...since when did he become everyone's favorite rapper? Since when did he have so many stans? Oh that's right, it's because he came against a Black woman and she deserves to be dragged, let them tell it with their subsconscious self-hatred.
People have even pointed out how French Montana is a Moroccan Arab and tied that in with anti-Blackness that many Black Africans experience in North Africa and in the Middle East from some Arabs. But did that stop the sambo squad? Nope! Now they're stating that there's no way French can be "anti-Black" because "he's from Africa!" Like they're aren't even Black people who have been indoctrinated with anti-Blackness.

As shown in this tweet, people have said similar and far worse things about French, but he chose to come at the young lady "chill bill". I'm hibernating tho.
Struggle Montana has responded with they "but my best friend is Black" excuse by stating he was married to a "Black queen" that he cheated on with Khloe Kartrashian and has a "Black son":

Because there aren't racists out here who love sleeping with Black people and they've even procreated with them. And now he's on Instagram posting #throwbackthursday photos of his parents' wedding in Africa trying to justify why he's not anti-Black. Cry me a river and play a violin while you're at it.

The picture of my mother and father at their wedding in Africa is my favorite picture. It’s unforgettable for so many reasons since it was the same year I was born and the same year my father was incarcerated for unfortunate circumstances. He named me from jail. After he was released, we were granted US visas and in 1996 I went on my first plane to go to America. I didn’t know any English. It was tough because I thought we were moving into the high rises of NYC, but we ended up in the back streets of the South Bronx lol. It was still better than back home in Morocco, but my father had a hard time and wanted to move back. My mother knew we couldn’t because there weren’t any opportunities there and she sacrificed a lot for us to survive in the states. We were on welfare and she worked overtime to keep us fed, clothed and a roof over our heads. I promised my mother that I would hustle and make my accomplishments unforgettable once I found my opportunity. I want other people who might be struggling to know that the sky is not the limit… You can do unforgettable things, so I present to you my single "Unforgettable". Feat @swaylee
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