High school in the United States is an exciting time for members of every race. Football games, the first parties with alcohol and prom season all leave lasting memories and impressions that will last a lifetime.
John Hughes, the incredible director of 1980s movies, chronicled life for white people in high school in many of his films, from The Breakfast Club to Sixteen Candles . However, his talents and artistic mind would be incapable of creating the video and story you are about learn about, once again coming to you live from Clayton County, Georgia.
The county that is quickly becoming the blueprint for all other majority Black, government controlled by Black people for the benefit of only Black people, Post-Obama America, is also the home to yet another inclusion in Stuff Black People Don’t Like: waiting until graduation to start stripping.
Jonesboro High School, that crown jewel of Georgia educational system – and one of the schools of the only county in the last 40 years to lose its accreditation – i s roughly 65 percent Black and 42 percent of its students are eligible for free lunches. It boasts a graduation of 64 percent.
In 2008, the Jonesboro High School dance team made national news when a video of their halftime performance made it on Youtube and reminded some that the Gold Club might have shut down in Atlanta, but it had found permanent residence in the Jonesboro High Basketball Arena:
“A provocative dance performed at a basketball game has forced Jonesboro High School to shut down the dance team for the rest of the season…From the beginning, some parents say they noticed the uniform — the short shorts, the tight shirts, the thigh-high socks — and then, the moves.
The girls pulled six boys from the bleachers — who sat back and watch from orange chairs, while the dancers bounced, shook and squatted around them.Trailed by parent complaints, the eight-member dance team was suspended — banned from practicing and performing for the rest of the season.
Their dance advisor was removed from the team.“I told my husband they look like the future hookers of America,” said one parent, Joanne Holt. “It’s terrible! And it’s the teachers that’s teaching ’em!”
Black people gyrating to music and dancing provocatively is nothing new, as any rap video will display misogynistic behavior toward females. High school students doing this, though, is a step in a direction that will provide a new generation of voracious advocates of the practice of “Making it Rain“.
Stuff Black People Don’t Like will include waiting until graduation to start stripping, for rap videos glorify the debasement of women and thus, the trickle-down theory of the pervision of morality has affected even the fine citizens of Clayton County, the county that epitomizes the coming Black rule in America.