Do All Black People Think the Same?

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  • Pauline Aghamalian

    Tbh I think everyone kinda has their code switch, like I feel like everyone acts differently in different situations. Maybe not exactly code switch like what they’re referring to but like something similar. Because I don’t think people act the same around friends verses around coworkers

  • Mohamed Bahaa
    Mohamed Bahaa 2 hours ago

    I ate fried chicken after this

  • Foxy Squad
    Foxy Squad 2 hours ago

    Remember kanye is bipolar he crazy af

  • Dr.4c
    Dr.4c 5 hours ago

    It’s ridiculous how we literally are all watching a video where people respectfully disagree and calmly explain why the think or feel the way they do, but have a comment section, directly below, so full of pettiness, trolling, and conflict. We need to do better. Black people, white people, and every color in between.

  • Sunny Island
    Sunny Island 6 hours ago

    True this!!
    Ain't nobody all agree
    No mattah who Yu are
    No mattah where Yu are
    Where Yu from
    What's goin on with Yu
    Or Whatever Yu talkin about
    No matter how black or inbetween or some kinda blackness

  • Bjorn Harper
    Bjorn Harper 6 hours ago

    About the dreads thing lmao black cultures aren't the only cultures with dreads or similar braid type hairstyles but okay

  • Matthaus Camejo
    Matthaus Camejo 7 hours ago

    Spent a whole 30 mins on that Kanye topic

  • Sartre Camus
    Sartre Camus 7 hours ago

    I didn't expect that last question 😏

  • Miss Dee
    Miss Dee 8 hours ago

    Dreadlocks are more than cultural they are religious, worn proudly by Rastafarians

  • Monster X
    Monster X 8 hours ago

    Adib is very logical. Very smart guy

  • Cub
    Cub 8 hours ago

    Yes.

  • Taylor Britt
    Taylor Britt 8 hours ago

    Interesting to see how a lot of the comments are only about dreads, one of the least serious topics in the whole video.

  • Loo Py
    Loo Py 9 hours ago +1

    I’m gonna be honest here I have never heard this stereotype

  • Saeedat A
    Saeedat A 9 hours ago

    The guy in the plaid shirt was speaking the truth!!

  • kiyani kelly
    kiyani kelly 9 hours ago

    I loved this... go y’all 🙌🏾🙌🏾

  • Morgan Elizabeth
    Morgan Elizabeth 9 hours ago

    I can answer before even a single second of this video: no

  • Rachel Hodge
    Rachel Hodge 10 hours ago

    Muja Is fine and speaking truth 😋

  • Xena Hollins
    Xena Hollins 11 hours ago

    When I was younger I would change the way I spoke, my tone of voice, and the words I used whenever I encountered a white person or anyone who wasn't black. I used to believe that they would think I was less educated or "ghetto" since this is a common stereotype for black women. However, since college the only time I change the way I speak is at work. I know that I am intelligent and worthy and I no longer fear being judged, especially by random ass people lol. I know now that using slang or speaking a certain way does not make me less than. In short, I'm now comfortable with being myself.

  • Captain Jack
    Captain Jack 11 hours ago

    Most black cultures don't have dreads

  • Hunter Brown
    Hunter Brown 11 hours ago +1

    1:44 she knows dreads are from the Irish Celtic culture right

    • Dr.4c
      Dr.4c 5 hours ago

      Hunter Brown no they are no. People just keep perpetuating this myth without doing research themselves

  • Caitpirells
    Caitpirells 12 hours ago

    The only people who care about color are BLACK PEOPLE

  • MultiKonrad100
    MultiKonrad100 12 hours ago

    9:46 What??? Of course white people change their tone and manner when it is expected of them or if it's beneficial.

  • TeaTime
    TeaTime 12 hours ago

    Why you need the "colour" in the title?

  • Elizabeth Hughes
    Elizabeth Hughes 12 hours ago

    I feel like everyone has a customer service voice.. like it doesn’t matter race like the Japanese say everyone has 3 faces one the world sees one their family sees and one only they see. You aren’t going to act how you act around your friends how you act with your boss

  • DEFNJE CC
    DEFNJE CC 13 hours ago

    "I'm proud to be black." Oh I see, it's an achievement now. I'm so proud that I have 2 arms and 2 legs.

  • Alaysha Lee
    Alaysha Lee 13 hours ago

    I wish I could do something like this.

  • Dana Ruiz
    Dana Ruiz 13 hours ago

    So can a mexican have box braids or dreads?

  • Pixel_Simmer
    Pixel_Simmer 13 hours ago

    I don't see the whole argument with dreads. It's just a hairstyle. (Don't get offended)

  • Random Videos
    Random Videos 13 hours ago

    Who other than black people are allowed to say the n word. Me myself I am Mexican and I am wondering.

  • Delt Bollim
    Delt Bollim 14 hours ago

    muja is hot

  • ArwenMeow
    ArwenMeow 14 hours ago

    You can’t talk slang at your job and you think it is because you are black? I talk slang with my friends and family too, but obviously that is unprofessional to do at work.

  • Asri Anugerah Gustini
    Asri Anugerah Gustini 14 hours ago

    I like black people because they are nice and the way when they talk is funny (gesture and voice). Also they are easy going yet don't care people say about them.😁

  • Naomi Pancake
    Naomi Pancake 14 hours ago

    You know the sad thing is I had a friend who was black like a little drake then me say "OH black men scare me" and I think what the girl in 7:39 who said we need to adress that that shouldn't be a fear like shes right preach 🙏👏👏

  • KiLl Me PlEaSe
    KiLl Me PlEaSe 14 hours ago

    If a black person straightens their hair no white ppl @ them

  • Devin Casas
    Devin Casas 15 hours ago

    I hope they know it's the same way with any type of color with the last question

  • Crispy Liza
    Crispy Liza 16 hours ago +1

    Many black people make a living in Europe by giving people dreadlocks and stuff and I think it's a great way to share their culture

    • Eltic
      Eltic 11 hours ago

      Their?

  • New Reality
    New Reality 16 hours ago

    This is a decent video I agreed with some things and some I didn't but I wonder if there was a white one I wonder what they would say there proud to be white honestly. I say that in they'd all be sjw's probably

  • Landon Fonke
    Landon Fonke 17 hours ago

    These people are dumbasses. Especially with the whole police thing

  • Jon Doe
    Jon Doe 17 hours ago

    Intro sums it up...

  • LUAP
    LUAP 18 hours ago

    these r the worst black ppl

  • Domina Harvey
    Domina Harvey 18 hours ago

    Supposedly Vikings had dreads. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • ria reed
    ria reed 18 hours ago

    I’d invite Kanye to the cookout..................... to reference him to seek psychiatric help 😂

  • M H
    M H 18 hours ago +1

    the lady in red sweater is so right about the qualifications to become police in the US are too low. In Norway there is a 3 year bachelor's degree to become a police and the school is difficult to get into. It is crazy to me that you in the US can take some short courses and then get the have so much power over others.

  • Parag Lokhande
    Parag Lokhande 18 hours ago

    Why Sabrina acts white?

  • x xxx
    x xxx 19 hours ago +2

    This video made me want to black😂

  • Tyrone Mawela
    Tyrone Mawela 19 hours ago

    The guy in the front looks Somali, who are pretty much black people mixed with Arab

  • Tyce Bruursema
    Tyce Bruursema 20 hours ago

    I mean everyone code switches. Nobody goes into a business meeting with the same tone they bring onto a basketball court.

  • Jade Wilson
    Jade Wilson 21 hour ago

    As soon as miss Sabrina opened her mouth I was over already 😂

    • Jade Wilson
      Jade Wilson 21 hour ago

      I don’t like chicken, like what??

  • Ben S
    Ben S 21 hour ago

    I’m sorry but black people have the highest crime rate I don’t think police hate black people I think they profile because they know the stats for example if you see someone walking down the street with an AR15 sure they aren’t doing anything wrong it’s well within there rights but there a lot more likely to do something wrong no? So if we know a certain group of people are more likely to commit a crime then surely we should keep a closer eye on them, no?

  • Obaigbo Todun
    Obaigbo Todun 21 hour ago

    I wish the short guy in black wasn't there. He talks way too much and was annoying in every way.

  • Obaigbo Todun
    Obaigbo Todun 21 hour ago

    Who thought black people thought the same 🙄

  • Doxscund
    Doxscund 21 hour ago

    Disappointed they didn't ask if whites should be killed.

  • Marc
    Marc 22 hours ago

    i dont like Kanye but that argument was everything

  • shay
    shay 23 hours ago

    Do you have a white voice lol

  • Jaydon Young
    Jaydon Young 23 hours ago

    8:42 when somebody says they have better clothes than you

  • Jaydon Young
    Jaydon Young 23 hours ago

    8:42 I have never seen that face before

  • jordan_afk
    jordan_afk Day ago

    All very intelligent individuals I loved how they didn’t argue they talked there differences out

  • by any memes necessary

    White people have been wearing dreads for millennia. Just saying.

  • Derick Lewis
    Derick Lewis Day ago +1

    Great video!! Code switching, that is real! White people don’t have to do this, they’re culture is the dominant one based on numbers. Black culture and the beauty of it is that we are so creative and so adverse through our struggles that our culture although we are smaller in numbers is very potent and enduring on the human level bc what human being can’t relate to struggle. The answer is none, and black ppl all we know is the struggle and how to survive and that is what makes us strong and our ppl strong and being strong makes us attractive. There may be races that fear us out of ignorance or lack of exposure but Ik they know our music, our food, our players, our entertainment and our culture if they live in America. There may be Racist ppl who hate black ppl for no reason but they will put some respect in there voice when actually speaking to us 👌🏾

  • D S
    D S Day ago

    More black people are arrested than white people because they have a higher crime rate.

  • D S
    D S Day ago

    I hate when people let politics get in the way of friendship. As long as I’m not a politician I will never let the fact that someone is democrat get in the way of a true friendship. It’s sad that most people wouldn’t say the same

  • Aria Lynn
    Aria Lynn Day ago

    As somebody with Viking background on my mother in-laws family, I'd love to have you know that Viking were one of the first to wear dreadlocks (:
    Vikings are white.
    Therefore, dreads can be for anybody, but I ain't ever gonna wear thrm cause I look bad

  • Claire Fendy
    Claire Fendy Day ago

    The light skin man In the black shirt👏🏾 I love the way he talk and how he’s able to intellectually explain his opinions.

  • Aria Lynn
    Aria Lynn Day ago

    They should do a Native one of these with Status, Cops, Residential schools and such.. That'd be something that would shock people ahahaha.

  • Max White
    Max White Day ago

    CAN WE TELL THESE GIRLS THAT DREADS WERENT INVENTED ONLY BY AFRICANS????? legit i learned about this in hair school smh

  • Egiza Bell
    Egiza Bell Day ago

    thought this was video for Jollibee

  • I3fyr the Otaku
    I3fyr the Otaku Day ago

    I liked the dude with the plaid shirt cuz he was all like "I ain't gonna rock with that" and I love that

  • MysticalMapleLeaf

    If they asked the last question with a bunch of white people that would be compromising😂

  • Jayinthemix _
    Jayinthemix _ Day ago +1

    Proud to be black✊🏽

  • MysticalMapleLeaf

    I like the guy in the front

  • Amanda Morales
    Amanda Morales Day ago

    Do one w hispanic people!!😍

  • Samuel Barham
    Samuel Barham Day ago

    But ... but the Minoans wore dreadlocks, the Cretans wore dreadlocks, various ancient Greek cultures wore dreadlocks from time to time, the Egyptians in certain places wore dreadlocks, certain Native American cultures have worn dreadlocks, many Indian cultures traditionally wore (and wear) dreadlocks, Australian aboriginal cultures often have worn and do wear dreadlocks, certain Tibetan Buddhist sects wear and have worn dreadlocks ...
    Lots of cultures have worn dreadlocks throughout history. "White," "black," and everything in between, so to speak.
    I'm a bit confused on this one.

  • Noah Frye
    Noah Frye Day ago

    The first question
    Who doesn’t like kfc

  • Jojo Snow
    Jojo Snow Day ago

    The end was cool. Everyone should be proud of who they are.

  • Daequan Loco
    Daequan Loco Day ago

    If they were all in the same class and we’re learning about something that will lead to debate were not going to get through the lesson.

  • EJ H
    EJ H Day ago

    Dreads have been a thing for everyone since the dawn of time.

  • DANGER SOUNDS
    DANGER SOUNDS Day ago

    Not gonna lie when I seen the title I thought this was gonna be super racist but I guess not

  • Miagotcurlss Miaa

    Black people gonna have to respect each other for them to respect us and white people just need to be more respectful it’s not hard

  • Aman63
    Aman63 Day ago

    cops do not target black people because cops can be black

  • Tech Link
    Tech Link Day ago

    This isn’t racist at all

  • Gacha Geek
    Gacha Geek Day ago +1

    I feel like this is kinda racist thinking we all act the same because we got the same skin color.
    If your gonna call us black people out and ask if because our skin color do we think the same, I want a white version of this 🤨

  • drumrboi72
    drumrboi72 Day ago

    EVERY black person in the world (including myself) would agree that we r PUBLIC ENEMY #1 to cops!

  • dre2fresh
    dre2fresh Day ago

    so it doesn't count it not all black

  • Topic Train
    Topic Train Day ago

    We may not “own” a hairstyle but if there’s a white person with dreads... not to mention it’s not built for they hair so um-

    • Savvy Lilac
      Savvy Lilac Day ago

      Um straight hair isn’t built for black girls then.

  • Erase_Wall
    Erase_Wall Day ago

    What kind of question is that title

  • Jayla Porter
    Jayla Porter Day ago

    Adib said some”he’s,creative “

  • aglitterclock18
    aglitterclock18 Day ago

    This seems racist

  • Wavey ACE
    Wavey ACE Day ago

    Also dreads aren't a black thing

  • P p S h R e K 69

    3:27 massive stutter

  • zerkces
    zerkces Day ago

    I mean the Africans sold their own people to the slave traders. So Kanye was pretty right

  • MC2X 1
    MC2X 1 Day ago

    black people aren’t targeted by police change my mind

  • Calie Vee
    Calie Vee Day ago

    I'm proud to be human, I am not proud of what many humans do, to the other humans and to the planet.

  • SPESHAL Z
    SPESHAL Z Day ago

    European history provides several examples of dreadlocked hairstyles.
    Indo-Aryans (ancestors of Iranians, Aryan castes of India, Slavs, and Germans among others) depicted their gods, ad their kings with dreadlike locks on both hair and beards.
    Celts often greased their hair into (according to Roman sources) greased and chalked locks that "looked like snakes".
    Scythians, who invaded Europe during Migration Period DID wore single dreads, usually behind right ear. It is well documented in sculptures.
    Zaporozhian Cossacks (who, to some degree descend from Varangian/Viking Rus, and Scythians) used to wear "oseledec" a single lock above forehead, either in a form of a greased up knot, or straight up dreadlock.
    The strongest example of all (as well as the most well documented hairstyle in scientific literature) is the "Polish plait" an amulet-dreadlock, in different shapes and forms. It was a part of Slavic pagan magic, transfered into Polish folk beliefs and hairstyles, and survived up to XIX century. Ii was also represented in other European cultures: "Hexenzopf"-"witch-lock" among Germans, "elflock" on British Isles.
    TLDR: You have a strong case to defend the idea, that some Vikings, especially those from Jomsborg, Truso, Volgian Rus, or Volin, or anywhere near Slavs, would wear "lucky charm" dreadlocks, borrowing this fashion from Slavs/Poles, especially since many Vikings were descendants of Slavic "seawives"-captured women. Since the plait was associated with withcraft, protection and female misticism in Slavic culture, it is not a stretch that your Viking could have had a plait made by his Slavic mom or wife. Full head of dreads might be harder to defend historically, but cannot be dismissed either.
    A SIDENOTE: Just remembered that accidentally, the word koltun/koldun in medieval Slavic languages means both a dreadlock-like lock of hair, as well as "sorcerer". A stretch from Norse sorcery and paganism, but given how much those two cultures influenced one another...

  • BigPooprr
    BigPooprr Day ago

    ask whites if they are proud and watch them be called racist

  • BigPooprr
    BigPooprr Day ago

    Did he just call irish and italians poc

  • Kali Satterfield
    Kali Satterfield Day ago +1

    If you are a black American living today you are directly connected to a survivor of slavery. No matter how they made it through, fighting or keeping their heads down they survived.

  • Jacob Baltser Mathiasen

    My main man adib, dropping wisdom left and right

  • Nameͫy Syficoͥs •

    Wtf is that title. Was to tempted to not have a look...

  • Lucy Brayton
    Lucy Brayton Day ago

    7:07 don't assume your going to Heaven

  • Lucy Brayton
    Lucy Brayton Day ago

    I didn't realize this was ALL black people...