Danc[ing] on Stage for White People

Mickey and Dave discuss the rapper and poet Noname’s proclamation that she will no longer perform for a predominantly White crowd because “I don’t want to dance on a stage for white people” who are more dedicated to enjoying Black art than they are to standing up for Black people. Plus, Lil Wayne’s assertion that the number of White kids at his concerts serves as evidence that “there is no such thing as racism,” and the legacy of the minstrel show.
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