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Cringe and racist, Just what the Snowflake culture demands.
Very patronising and boring
Has some good performances but it's an overall drag, I was bored for most of the movies runtime. It tries to make some points but comes off very pretentious.
I thought I was going to hate it and ended up liking it. Despite the title it calls out the crap on both sides about how black people should act instead of just letting them be who they want to be
Complete garbage. A show filled racist stereotypes, hateful people and fake oppression. The only people who believe this bs are people who have never been oppressed for real.
Dear black people is that title not a tiny bit patronizing? A bit sarcastic maybe?
racist and inappropriate. How is this on Netflix?
Incredibly unrealistic on every level. Most of the grittiness is channelled into characters' treatment of each other. Horrible rich white people and horrible rich black people. Great fashion though.
This is not an enjoyable at all
While pretending to lecture white peoples on black issues, it lacks self awareness of how racist it is against whites. It repeats every trendy political excuse to justify its racism and make it seem noble. Epic fail that will perpetuate the racial divide.