Monday, January 13, 2014




Black man abused by racist blacks for attending to his children

Father-of-two Doyin Richards has opened up about why he believes a picture of him taking care of his daughters became an overnight internet sensation.

When the Los Angeles, California resident shared a photo of himself cradling his baby three-month-old girl Reeko in an Ergo while brushing the hair of his other daughter Emmyko, three, he was shocked to discover that it sparked nasty comments about his race.

Explaining how the multi-tasking situation came about, he told the hosts that he was on paternity leave when his wife, who was getting ready for work, didn't have time to do their daughter's hair.

Little did he know the passionate response he would inspire by posting the photo on his Facebook and Twitter pages.

Some commenters took issue with the color of his skin, making cruel assumptions about his lifestyle.  'I would bet anything that you're a deadbeat,' one nasty commenter wrote on his blog Daddy Doin' Work, while another said: 'Cute picture. Now why don't you hand the children back to their mom so you can go back to selling drugs or your bootleg rap CDs?'

'He probably rented those kids. They don't even look like him,' one commenter said about his daughters, whose mother Mariko is half-white and half-Japanese.

Surprisingly, Mr Richards notes that many of the people posting racist comments were actually black men like himself, who had negative things to say about his mixed-race wife and daughters.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

So... a black man was taking care of his kids?
We can't have that.
Every good lib/prog knows it's the STATE's job to raise children.
How dare he think he knows better?

Anonymous said...

So... a black man was taking care of his kids?
We can't have that.
Every good lib/prog knows it's the STATE's job to raise children.
How dare he think he knows better?

Anonymous said...

Those are some nasty comments, but, they are based in reality, since this black father is quite clearly, the exception and not the rule.

Anonymous said...

When i saw the picture i thought "all the more power to him!!!".

Anonymous said...

The unfortunate fact is those who posted the offemsive remarks don't consider themselves racist. I've a friend that said only whites could be racist since only those with power can be called racist. Since we've a black prez, should not blacks be able to be racist?

Anonymous said...

blacks are 1000 times more racists than whites are.

Proof? Reread this story!

Gorga Naibaho said...

A proof of the dangers of leftist group think. Imagine the faux outrage that would headline the media if the nasty commenters were anything other than other blacks.