This poem is a satirical critique of the viscous sexism and homophobia that exists within many layers of the conscious black community. In particular, this poem addresses a black man who appears to be dedicated to civil rights for black people (men), while ignoring the plight of black women and LGBT blacks. This poem exposes the hypocrisy of many black men who fight against racism while upholding and defending patriarchy and homophobia.
I live and die for the freedom of my people in the struggle, I lead protests and marches, activism is my hustle,
I have a following and loyalty that has given me a voice, I could make millions with my skills but social justice is my choice,
I’m blacker than a million midnight’s so i’m feared at all times, i’m invisible as a human being but visible as a monster of crime,
No one is woker than me, i’m Martin and Malcolm combined, at their best i’m the activist crossing picket lines,
I don’t cooperate with any forces that water down the black fight, liberal causes that destroy blackness to put their struggle to light,
Feminism and LGBT issues have destroyed the black man, ripped families apart yet they don’t give a damn,
White feminists are always trying to undermine the black male, black feminists try to expose us, selling out their souls to hell,
Black men must lead and be supported by sisters, who value their roles and queens and reject false perceptions of misters,
The gay agenda is trying to emasculate our boys, make them feminine so they can’t reproduce treating them like toys
These black lives matter protesters are selling out to the agenda, of gays and feminist’s what king of world are we living in?
I reject stories of black men raping women and assaulting gays, that’s false no evidence is there, they want to destroy our ways,
Black men must stand up and defend our people, defend the black family and reject those calls of being equal
We are men and powerful and we must lead and take control, be on the front lines against police as they parole,
I value black queens and want them to uphold their position, and not veer off and be coerced in white feminists’ prison,
I’m woke and conscious but i’m not with the gay agenda at all, I’m conscious to preserve black manhood so that we’ll never again fall, but instead we’ll stand tall