Sinbad breaks down the plight of "dark white" folks like himself in a humorous video he dropped on his Instagram page yesterday.
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The frustrations of a dark white man. It’s time to be seen. Tag your favorite Dark White and join the movement. If you’ve been hiding, we got your back. Memberships coming soon. #DarkWhiteChronicles #DarkWhiteMatters |#NotRedbone #NotLightskin #NotHighYellow #MaybeLiteBright #TooBlack #TooStrong #NoReparations #TheRevolutionWillBeTelevised | @icet @chrisbrownofficial @ava @lenawaithe @ijessewilliams @drivingdylan @therock @vindiesel @deraydavis @stephencurry30 @klaythompson @lionelrichie @smokeyrobinson @barackobama @dbook @traceeellisross @keeganmichaelkey @nicoleariparker @rashidajones @champagnepapi @kamalaharris @zoeisabellakravitz @prideofgypsies @sheilaedrummer @aarongordon @zachlavine8 @blakegriffin23 @soledadobrien @iamhalsey @trevornoah @racheladolezal #TinaMarie #Prince
In the caption, the comedian tags a slew of other "dark white" celebrities -- such as Barack Obama, Steph Curry, Zoe Kravitz, Vin Diesel, Hasley, and Chris Brown -- and asked them to tag their favorite "dark white."
Brown tagged Drake, which is interesting given their rocky history.
"#DARKWHITE 😂 CHEETAH TRIBE 'THE CHEETAH KING' @champagnepapi U IN THIS TOO N*GGA @sinbadbad. #IMLIGHTBLACK," Brown typed.
Soon after Breezy deleted his post. We're not sure if he did that because he realized he was calling Drake his favorite or because he realized Sinbad had already tagged @champagnepapi.