People of every race and creed are offended by BuzzFeed's new video about black people.

People of every race and creed are offended by BuzzFeed's new video about black people.
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BuzzFeed's latest video is going viral not for uniting stoners and sloths, but for uniting black people with harmful stereotypes. The piece, "27 Questions Black People Have For Black People," is a 2 minute, 47 second romp through racial tropes, presented without context, criticism, or commentary.

The video features black people asking questions including, "Why do we get vehemently upset when white people use the n-word?" and "Why is being educated considered a 'white thing'? Why can't I love school and also be black?"

Comedian and activist Franchesca Ramsey aptly began answering the questions:

 And people on Twitter expressed why it was so f*cked up.

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https://twitter.com/MadelyneGuyton/status/720062844813893632
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Black Twitter satirized the video with the hashtags #RealBlackPeopleQuestions and #BuzzFeedVideoQuestions.

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Former BuzzFeed writer Ira Madison III wrote about his discontent having worked for a place that produces such content.

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Needless to say, this one was not "win," "LOL," or "wow."

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