Sound Off: Does Latest Entry In Web Meme Cross The Line?

CAUTION: THERE IS STRONG LANGUAGE IN THE TITLE OF THE VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Internet, being what it is, has been home to countless viral videos and memes, from Nyan Cat to Rebecca Black’s “Friday” to Rickrolling, to name just a few.

A meme that has been exploding for a while is “S*** Girls Say,” along with its various spin offs targeting other groups: boys, homosexuals and more.

Related: Top Viral Memes Of 2011

A recent entry in the series is “S*** Black Girls Say,” directed by Elijah Griffin of Clinton Hill and starring comedian Billy Sorrells, has racked up more than a million views on YouTube since being uploaded on December 16.

Do you think the video is funny or offensive? Watch it below, and sound off in our comments section. We caution you: There is strong language both in the video’s title and in the clip itself.

Now that you’ve seen the video, tell us what you think in our comments section.

Comments

One Comment

  1. jenn says:

    Not funny or offensive. Kinda boring. Not worth the news space.

  2. Tee Jones says:

    WOW! I didn’t find the clip funny or offensive. Personally, I don’t know this type of woman but maybe someone out there does. Comedians usually base their comedy on their social and personal experiences. Maybe the person who wrote this skit is familiar with this type of person. Though, I am a black woman, this type of female is not familiar to me but there are so many cultures that I am not familiar with. I have also learned that things are relative. I am curious to see what other people have to say though.

  3. Raymond Leslie says:

    It”s in the water!

  4. So What says:

    So what? It’s comedy. It’s no different than old Eddie Murphy stand-up.

  5. Battleship83 says:

    Hell yea — delete . . .

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