Africa | Nationality

Why’s it Acceptable For a Black British Influencer to Ask Black British People Where They’re From But Not a White Person?

I want serious answer not insults

TB Obwoge
6 min readNov 2, 2023

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Thursday, 2 November 2023

By: TB Obwoge

For some reason British born Africans who are first and second generation British citizens seem to only feel like they’re British when a White person questions their background.

A British influencer who is of African parents seems to think it’s a noval idea to ask people where their from. Again though if this was a white person this would be considered insulting to Black people. This has gained him hundreds of thousands of followers, even though most of the people state things that are not correct about Africa and the Caribbean.

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I would like you to read these articles I wrote about what a British person looks like, I also wrote what an African person looks like. Africans continue to think that in order to be an African you have to be a Black person. This is the same for White Americans and Europeans, they also seem to think that you need to be a white skinned person.

By now you’ve all heard of the British woman who continued to ask a Black women where she “really” was from. Instead of just accepting that she’s a British woman, there were even Nigerians that took to social media and claimed that the Ngozi Fulani, wasn’t even of Nigerian orignin.

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TB Obwoge

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