When I peeped “singer” Sean Fury’s ode to biracial girls on Michael Arceneaux’s awesome blog, The Cynical Ones, I knew it was about to be some ish.
Let’s set aside a few facts for the moment, so you all can laugh as hard as I did:
- The song is old. Sean Fury posted it to YouTube back in May, and for reasons you’ll see, it didn’t really get much attention.
- I’m going to pretend like I didn’t feel some type of way that this…interesting…looking black man was singing the praises of biracial girls exclusively. But I mean if Lil’ Wayne can do it and sistas still cling to his mixtapes like Communion wine, why can’t Sean Fury?
- The women in the video don’t appear to be biracial.
Now that that’s out of the way, let me ask you a few questions. Clutchettes:
- Why is this grown man wearing a too-tight Cosby sweater in what appears to be summer?
- Is he serious with those dance moves?
- Why is he singing about the difficulties of being a biracial woman? Alicia Keys couldn’t cover that one?
- No, really, is he serious?
Somebody help me out on this one, because I’m completely confused (but thoroughly entertained).
Oh, and just in case you were wondering what Sean thought of all of this, he has a few words for his haters: keep talking (click the link, you’ll thank me later).