Common Speech Of The Teachers Who Dressed As Him In Blackface

HipHop News Posted on November 8, 2019 at 11:07am

Common Speech Of The Teachers Who Dressed As Him In Blackface

Face painted black is NOT a costume.

Milpitas, CA – Paparazzi recently caught up with Common to ask about a Bay Area teacher who used blackface to mimic the legendary MC from Chicago for Halloween.

Common told TMZ that his first thought was, "What makes you think that you can go there and do that?".centered-ad {

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A video of the offensive costume was posted on Twitter last Friday (1 November). The clip quickly went viral and was received with strong criticism.

The Milpitas high School engineering teacher, a white man named David Carter, with the immediate reaction of the offensive blackface costume, and was placed on administrative leave after the incident.

Sooooooooo... one of our WHITE teachers at mhs yesterday decided to paint his face to look like common the rapper yesterday.

— karrington (@karrington_kk) November 1, 2019

While talking to the paparazzi, Common explained the moment in which it presents an opportunity to


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