Dallas Cowgirl Outrages Public w/Racist Costume?

Submitted by: FatandUgly 7 years ago in

Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader Whitney Isleib wore what people are calling a racist costume. Was it? I-A-B, you make the call
There are 156 comments:
Male 7
wayne dont mind drat it then
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Male 8
how is it racist? maybe she just wishes she was black
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Male 48
What? You can`t dress up as an MTV black skanky ho unless you IS an MTV black skanky ho?
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Male 5
White people are always the ones "offended" by these types of things. I think it`s an original costume.
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Female 150
i think the news is grasping. get a drating life, really. And chicks who dress in next to nothing as role models? Might as well be idolizing strippers...
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Female 3,598
so it would have been better if she went as a slut? becuase that is what most girls dress up as for halloween. i think that it was a very creative costume and she wasn`t doing it for any "racist" purpose. like people need to calm the drat down on poo like this.
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Male 1,164
i was dressed as hitler on halloween, now that is racist
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Male 47
I agree that this is racism. Vampires are people too!
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Male 1,623
Very much encourages racial discrimination.
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Female 1,070
isn`t it racist in itself to say that it`s "wrong" someone of one ethnicity to dress up as one of another?

>.>""

idiots.

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Male 157
So we`re pissed about a Halloween costume. Jeez shouldn`t we be pissed that GM needs another bailout. God we are retarded as Americans.
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Male 490
Isn`t it stupid to say this is racist?

First of all, how is dressing up as a black person racist?
Second, if a black person dressed up as a white person, is it racist?
Third, if saying a white person should not dress as a black person and vice-versa, THAT is being far more "racist" than dressing as the other ethnicity.

Definition of racism:
hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.

How is dressing as another race racism then? *roll eyes*

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Male 225
this is why I dont watch the news....
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Female 119
and skabashas that is not why they wore black face. they did it because they refused to allow black people into their white establishments and needed the slaves/ servants and other nlgger roles to be easily recognized. it was mocking at best
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Female 119
i saw a few people dress as black people for halloween black face and all...

i guess it is sort of tasteless but i mean what else should you expect from the lowest echelons of american society. we ignore everything else they do. there`s whole factions of government based on their teachings and no one makes a fuss.

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Male 1,256
Oh, and to clear up the historical significance of Blackface:
White actors on stage (as well as in early cinema) wore blackface NOT to appear African American, but to accentuate the features of their face and body. They would leave the lips, bottom of the nose, and eye-ares free of black paint so that patrons sitting far from the stage (or screen) could easily see their facial expressions.
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Male 1,256
Ok, here it is:
Lil` Wayne is black, whether you like it or not, and to accurately dress up as Lil` Wayne, it`s important to have black skin. If you`re not black (and in this case, the woman dressing up is NOT) than part of your Lil` Wayne costume should be to paint your skin to look black. It`s FINE! Trying to separate and restrain white people from dressing as black people for halloween (and visa versa) only creates more of a gap between the races, thus detracting from any progress in the race resolution in America.
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Male 1,003
what? it`s not racist if it`s true.
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Female 282
why couldnt she dress like lil wayne without the blackface? if she woulda worn that and some dreads i would have gotten it...that mess is tacky
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Male 1,297
"happens to be black??"

no. he IS black. the question here is "is a white person dressing up as ANYone black a racist move?" the answer is NO, but the black paint on white skin is certainly reminiscent of some sh*t that IS racist so you can see where people would get confused...

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Male 8
america is so gay
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Female 135
So stupid... if she went as a black person then yeah maybe a little racist... but she went as lil wayne who happens to be black... so i dont think it was racist... it was funny. and the people saying "oh little girls look up to them" i would not want my kid looking up to a sexy half naked chick bouncin around the side lines lol
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Male 205
Who cares?? The media trying to get ratings and white people trying to stick up for black people it seems, cause the black guys didn`t seem to think it was no big deal.

Does that mean that no black person can dress up like a white faced clown?

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Male 4,593
She dressed as ;Lil Wayne, what`s the big deal... maybe she`s a fan.
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Male 1,647

Where`d she get that paint? o.o I want some.
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Male 305
I could see maybe if she was just dressing up in black face people getting a little upset... trying to push s stereotype. Even then, she has a right to free speech, so the only issue would be hurting her teams image. That being said, I don`t think it`s a big deal at all since she is trying to impersonate and actual person.
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Male 792
So...no black person has ever dressed like that? And again to point out, it`s okay for the Wayan brothers to dress up like white girls? If the foo poos.
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Male 1,360
!!??????!!!
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Female 68
What about the film white chicks? surely that constitutes the same thing? as far as I`m aware that wasn`t made into a big deal
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Male 759
I thought MLK dreamed of a day when black children and white children could play together without concern for the color of their skin. Yet here we are, supposedly after the civil rights movement was a success, and people are saying: Well this is a black thing so only black people can do it and this is a white thing so only white people can do it. This girl was not engendering a racial stereotype, she was mimicking a real person.
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Male 98
i would have guessed lil jon. good costume though. very funny. and no its not racist people just like to complain
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Female 48
what p*sses me off here is that some ppl on Hey Hey its Saturday in Australia dressed up as members of the Jackson 5 (who happen to be black) and they got ripped to shreds all over the world (especially America) and then no one seems to care about this at all.....wtf? is it cause the person who did it is American? i`m just trying to understand....so confused
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Female 914
now, if she got her ass kicked for it, would anyone care?
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Male 1,002
If her costume was "black person", then that would be racist. It wasn`t though - she was dressing as a specific person, so I think it`s fair game.
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Male 672
Eh, it`s just a costume. Besides, as a cheerleader she should know that blackface is sooo last century.
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Male 2,582
"Also, Negative One, you motherdrater, that`s kind of being racist, like for example, you make fun of someone because they`re British that`s being racist. ((Kind of)"
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Ahh yes, the noble "British" race.
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Male 3,014
What you`re forgetting though, opie, is that nobody on the internet seems to know the difference. Therefore, racist = racially insensitive, by majority consensus.
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Female 859
Ok seriously... this whole world needs to toughen up lol
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Male 160
this is an issue? people care about this?
WOW
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Female 15,763
It`s not racist, it`s just... racially insensitive.
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Male 1,129
WHO GIVES A SH*T. serious. i thought it was a cool costume. i mean come on even the black people were like who cares.
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Male 703
I`ve mentioned this before in response to another post, but Hey Hey It`s Saturday (an Aussie variety show) got in a world of crap, cos some guys, not employed by the show, just guys from the street, did Jackson 5 impersonation in black-face.

Harry Connick Jnr. was a guest judge, and was personally offended by the sketch, despite the fact that he did the same sketch 10 - 20 years ago. What gives? Pull your friggin head in, people should be allowed to take the piss out of anyone they want, surely that comes under freedom of speech?

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Male 138
At first i though "that`s racist!"
Then i found that she wasn`t dressed as a stereotypical black person, just the black person that confirms all those stereotypes.
Also, Negative One, you motherdrater, that`s kind of being racist, like for example, you make fun of someone because they`re British that`s being racist. ((Kind of)
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Female 209
Oh, and PS I`m from Texas...We arnt racist...We are just very selective :)
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Female 209
Ok, hahaha If I did that it would just be laughed at...her being a cheerleader shouldnt make it news worthy.
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Male 533
OMG! DONT DRESS AS LIL WAYNE! EVAR! IT SHOWS NO STANDARDS! BWAHAHHA
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Male 897
Who gives a crap? This is one of the dumbest `news` stories I have ever heard of. What this story is really saying is that we should see eachother as different based on our skin color. You people do know that they Want us to be divided, right? I mean, they profit from convincing humanity that our skin color makes us completely different people. That is why pointless bullsh*it like this gets broadcast to the country. Stop allowing crap like this to poison your minds, people.
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Female 73
It bugs me that people have to make a big deal of this... She went as a celebrity and wore makeup. I think the fact that people are bringing this up as a racist act actually furthers the gap between races. It`s saying "You need to stick these standards and I need to to stick to my standards because you are that color and I am this color". What about "You are this color and I am that color because we`re both human and humans vary"?

The fact that one group of people is allowed to do something while another isn`t simply because of race is discriminatory regardless. It doesn`t matter what side you`re on.

There really is no need for a general "race issue" ... It`s people perpetuating that we need to tip toe around others. Of course that could just be my extreme opinion and I`m just crazy...

And for god`s sake why do we have to take life so seriously? >.<; It`s an effin` costume.

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Male 10
uhh.who gives a poo? and dude im from texas the only black and mexican hating parts are amirllo texas there dicks
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Female 471
Oh please. People do that at my school ALL the time. Complete with fake boobs that are usually 50x bigger than they should be.
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Male 2,582
She`s from Texas, of course she`s a racist.
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Male 987
"Whats racist is saying, "no, you cant dress up like that person because he`s black, and you`re white." "
summarizes my point perfectly
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Female 381
What`s wrong with that? She`s dressing up as a black celebrity, and so she wore makeup. Sooo? That`s like saying it`s sexist for a guy to wear lipstick on halloween.
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Male 1,045
it`s a little innapropriate, not racist.

like if i paint my body white, use a fake fat body suit, would that make me racist?

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Male 12,138
It`s all a bit silly, isn`t it? Feck, it`s Halloween. Get a grip, newsteams.
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Male 2,703
wtf? I mean, she went all out for her costume. I call robot-racism on the mods choice, he dressed JUST like optimus, thats offensive...

listen, if a black person put on white makeup and pretended to be [insert famous white person], I`d applaud them, it takes a lot of work to do full body makeup.

also, I like how the news darked the photo when they cropped it to exaggerate how dark she was...

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Male 1,193
that girl at 1:30 needs to die. I hate her. anyways, these people don`t know what they`re talking about. This is basically a race war where all the blacks say it is and vice-versa. she did nothing wrong
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Male 1,583
PS, since when are the cowboys America`s team? they don`t even have that many fan`s around here.
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Male 1,583
if she dressed up as a white rapper, say eminem perhaps, would they that its inappropriate? seriously they need to pull the sticks out of their asses beg deal she wore a halloween costume.
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Female 614
i`m thinkin it`s perfectly fine. like everyone but tight-asses seem to think, it`s halloween. lay off, okay? you don`t see us native americans complaining that girls dress up in mocassins, braids, and beads thinking they`re pocahontas. stfu.
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Male 703
jesus people shut the hell up its halloween
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Male 955
Someones gotta make a big deal about everything. God forbid she dresses up on halloween.
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Male 11
black-face still isn`t ok. tasteless. now show us ur bo0bs.
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Male 378
umm... it`s a Halloween costume. Get over it.
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Male 138
She dressed up as someone famous. How in the drat is that racist? Whats racist is saying, "no, you cant dress up like that person because he`s black, and you`re white."

Prime case of racism, not the girl or her actions, but the article, itself.

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Female 362
I`f you`re going to impersonate someone, you should take their entire appearance into account if you want it to be a good costume. Honestly, even though I can`t stand Lil Wayne, she had a pretty well put together costume, make-up wise.

It`s not racism. This is more about ignorant people trying to call themselves politically correct by walking on eggshells. it`s ridiculous.

However, even though I personally don`t think it`s a big deal, some people do. And it doesn`t matter how damn stupid they are; these people are the ones buying your football game tickets. She should have taken the risk into account before choosing a possibly controversial costume.

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Male 132
Okay, why is everyone making such a big deal out of the fact that she is a Dallas cheerleader?

"If she wasn`t a Dallas cheerleader, it wouldn`t really matter."

Really now? I don`t care how hot or how talented of a cheerleader she may be (nor do I care how much she gets paid), she`s still a chearleader.

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Male 2,605
Blah blah blah the public are outraged. The public are also easily distracted, easily impressed, undereducated, underinformed, witless, clueless, and attention-span-deficient. I give as much attention to their outrages as I do to their latest fads.
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Male 89
Good for you ShadowDD13. Black people are exponentially more racist than us crackers and the liberal media ignores when they prejudice us.
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Male 21
I love how people pull the "kids look up to them" card every time someone in the public eye does something that gets blown out of proportion. How about they focus on actually raising their kids instead of letting the media do it for them? The woman was wearing a freaking Halloween costume. Get over it.
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Male 845
sorry shadow, i didnt mean to ostracize you. theres a lot of racism leaking through these comments.
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Male 845
what she did was not racist. what shadowDD13 said was.
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Female 386
Oh, get the drat over it its a lil wayne costume... drat, lil Wayne IS BLACK... so yeah, whats the problem?

pst.

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Male 11
ummm? ok so she cant participate in halloween just because shes a cheerleader? i hate people
i really do hate ignorant people
theres nothing wrong with what she did
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Male 260
First off, lil wayne is a bad excuss for a rapper and an embarrassment to society

secondly, of course black people will get offended by anything a white person does, they are naturally racists, and as mivchelle said before, white chicks was a movie about the opposite, 2 black guys dressed up as white girls, you dont see a kkk riot breaking out do you? those 2 guys have a lot more publicity then one cheerleader, so i dont wanna hear people bitching about little kids looking up to a cheerleader when 2 hollywood actors did it

finally, its none of their damn business what anyone dresses up as, Halloween is about dressing up as something as your not, usually scary... and well, lil wayne is ugly as hell, so thats scary enough for me, would black people seriously get off the racist wagon and join the rest of society as civilized people? probably not, if they dont it just proves how stupid they are, i mean they were slaves for many, many years werent they? oh yea, they always bring that up

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Male 987
Anyone who accuses another of racism is the racist a very large portion of the time.

Think hard about it; a non-racist person will go about their day doing or saying things with no bias. The racist ones point out a joke or "flaw" and accuse them of racism, when in fact, the non-racist wasnt paying attention to how it could be racist because they simply dont think that way. It is the racist individual who has told them that the others actions are racist because they think about racism constantly.

This is a perfect scenario for "pot calling the kettle black", am i right?

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Female 2,220
Is she dressed like that then went, "ALL BLACK PEOPLE ARE LIKE THIS" and SHOT everyone, well that would be racist...

but dressing up as a celebrity? No.

It`s white people calling the race card ON BEHALF of black people. THAT`S what I hate.

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Female 1,006
Eeh. It wasn`t a great costume. And it was Halloween. Probably not the best PR move, but I wouldn`t say it was racist.

This reminds me of the debate at my college a couple of years ago. People wanted to "Black Out" the stadium for football games, which meant black clothes, black wigs, and black face paint (our school colors are orange and black)

No one cared when people painted their faces orange. But the second they bought black face paint, poo hit the fan. All they wanted to do was support the school`s team, and instead they were called racist.

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Male 987
Anyone who accuses another of racism is the racist a very large portion of the time.

Think hard about it; a non-racist person will go about their day doing or saying things with no bias. The racist ones point out a joke or "flaw" and accuse them of racism, when in fact, the non-racist wasnt paying attention to how it could be racist because they simply dont think that way. It is the racist individual who has told them that the others actions are racist because they think about racism constantly.

This is a perfect scenario for "pot calling the kettle black", am i right?

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Female 1
That raises the question; "How come the movie white chicks could do it?"
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Male 601
Definition of racism:"The use of race or skin color as a means for insult, discrimination, or other injustices; hatred or intolerance of another race or other races."

Unless she is trying to make an insulting statement with her costume, I see nothing wrong with it.

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Male 12,365
[quote]Go hypersensitive white people! Seriously, if this is racist, I`m dressing up as a black albino islamic jew crossdresser next year.

People need to stop getting offended at everything & learn to take a joke.[/quote]

Great costume idea. I suggest wearing a Pope`s hat as well.

Is there so little anti-"black" racism in the USA that people are so desperate to find some that they seize so eagerly on this?

It`s someone dressing up as someone famous for a party. If anything, it indicates a lack of racism on her part because she didn`t restrict her choice to people of her own "race".

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Male 1,929
I`m proud of you IAB. Just looked at all the comments and there`s not one crying racism. Glad we`re all reasonable people who know what racism means.

I love you guys.

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Male 272
burn it with fire
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Male 98
Thank you, DragonMeta, I was thinking the same thing!
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Male 1,265
at this point i`m so burned out on everybody crying racism i could give a poo what anybody does in regards to race. if it`s harmless i don`t care.
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Female 778
i`m agreeing with DragonMeta on this one. what`s the big deal?
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Female 531
I LUV THE DALLAS COWGIRLS
I MUST BE LIL WAYNE FOR HALLOWEEN
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Male 44
People need to get their heads out of their arses. White Girls with the Wayans Brothers was opposite of that, and they werent held under the same scrutiny.
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Male 497
This is just for media, rhetorical useless time wasting crap just so it can be there.
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Female 1,682
I think its hilarious xD if someone thinks that racist they are very uptight.
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Male 111
Lul, I can see it now, hundreds of little girls across America painting their skin brown and dressing up in baggy jeans and tank tops. Oh you Americans :`)
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Male 111
Lul, I
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Female 1,604
I dunno I think she is just being a rapper as a costume and most of them are black.. or she just don`t know how to put on makeup lol
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Male 419
im white and i wouldnt care if someone not white painted themselves white... i would think its hilarious quite frankly, but not so much if they started being stereotypical..
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Male 516
She was impersonating a celeb. Enough said.
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Male 112
"Responses were both mixed and varied"

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Male 848
If she was portraying the race in general, it would`ve been racist.
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Male 17,511
Here we go with the media trying to make something out of nothing again. This is not news. This is some reporter trying to invent news, and stir the poo.
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Female 133
It`s racist to dress up like someone who happens to be a different race than you? Well, they better tell that to all the little Asian/African/Hispanic-American girls who dressed up like Tinkerbell and Snow White on Halloween.

What a load.

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Male 2,690
The fact that she was trying to dress as Lil` Wayne should be enough for her defense. If she was just trying to dress `Black` then I could see maybe slight reason to even bring attention to this.
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Male 38
As a side note, it`s a pretty sweet costume.
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Female 271
Nobody really cares, except for the news.
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Male 76
Michael Jackson became white, no one considered that racist

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Male 1,550
Its all just a over-reaction, alot of people are really sensitive when it comes to racism and like to make something out of nothing. She was just impersonating celebrity for Halloween, like many people do on that holiday. Say if she just meant to be a stereotype of another race then I would agree that it could be racist, but that is not the case. Plus, like one woman said on the video, if the situation would have been reversed, no one would have said a thing.
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Male 1
LMAO I wanted to dress as lil wayne but seeing the reactions I guesds it`s a good idea I didn`t...
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Male 249
some girl i know dressed in the exact same costume. No one flipped out over her.

http://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-...

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Female 635
If any little girl looks up to a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, I`d be ashamed.
Anyway, if the black people in the video aren`t offended, I don`t think it`s that big an issue...
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Female 89
Lil Wayne with boobies, outrageous!
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Male 2,700
First and foremost, How many BLACK movie stars go white for movies...I can say Martin Laurence and Eddie murphy, or even the Wayen`s Brothers in a recent movie....So this is a pure BS call that is only pissing off the ignorant and others looking for attention. Seems anything can be racist today.
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Male 2,700
And after reading some of the other comments made here...Its not inappropriate, its not wrong...And so what if your kid looks up to her...How many people look up to movie stars Eh? Simply, if you are white and calling racism, you are ignorant. If you are BLACK and calling racism, take a look in the mirror and ask yourself how many times YOU have been a racist in your actions....i mean, REALLY!!!
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Female 359
Who the hell teaches their kid to look up to Cheerleaders? Btw this story stupid. They must have had a slow news day.
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Male 2,049
If she was black and dressed up as lil wayne would there have such a controversy? Whos the racist? btw IT WAS dratING HALLOWEEN
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Male 56
It`s Halloween ffs. I`m gonna dress up next year as a klan member, then the media can have something to bitch about
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Male 795
Whatever. She`s s bimbo, but the costume is harmless. She actually made a pretty good Lil Wayne.
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Male 1,646
it would be offensive if lets say someone like the vice president dressed like that. but she`s a cheerleader. i mean wtf? who gives two shi/ts about what she dresses up like? i mean really people grow the f up, and find something else to fight over.
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Female 52
It`s a costume for Halloween. I don`t care if she`s a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader or not, it shouldn`t matter. She only dressed up like millions of people and there is nothing wrong with her attire/look.
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Female 1,697
I think we are the victims of a slut attack, their strategy is to get more adepts.
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Male 3,819
This is too ridiculous too comment on. It`s Halloween.
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Male 1,365
Only in Texas would there be sentiment that some brainless whore that gets paid to be a professional football groupie is Americas` role model for young girls.
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Male 1,505
"Go hypersensitive white people! Seriously, if this is racist, I`m dressing up as a black albino islamic jew crossdresser next year.

People need to stop getting offended at everything & learn to take a joke."

/agree...and that costume sounds awesome.

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Male 2,076
Their are little girls looking up to these cheerleaders?

wtf? Since when? I really hope not.
d"Hey mommy, when I grow up I want to be the cheerleader for the Dallas Cowboys!"

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Female 675
I don`t think it`s racist... but super outdated and innapropriate.
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Female 2,289
It`s not a good thing at all to do what others are doing cause you think that person is cool.

It`s NOT racist.. give me a break.

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Female 2,289
So if a black football player that all young guys look up to, goes as a white female celebrity, all of the young guys are ganna do it... cause they look up to him.
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Male 975
dress up like weezy but dont change ur skin color thats where it gets rediculous
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Female 233
sooo dumb....shes obv weezy f babyyyyy.
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Male 193
Lol USA sucks.
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Male 2,332
Go hypersensitive white people! Seriously, if this is racist, I`m dressing up as a black albino islamic jew crossdresser next year.

People need to stop getting offended at everything & learn to take a joke.

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Male 3,058
She was supposed to be L`il Wayne, so no harm.

If it had been some sort of stereotypical blackface minstrel getup, then it could be called into question.

Being in the public eye as a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader, she probably should have used better judgment, but I certainly don`t believe that she was intending to make any kind of racist statement.

I DO believe that she was trying to be funny. Too bad the media has to jump on things like this, and try to fan the flames of racism where there really aren`t any.

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Male 4,290
It`s actually a pretty damn good costume.

Get that $250 back from Opie, we have a new winner.

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Male 25,416
Its not racist! its people being dumb! everyone is so sensative and want to winge so much these days! view it as face value! Halloween costume!
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Male 4,290
Non-event. Move along.
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Female 150
so what, it`s a halloween costume
get over it
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Male 35
They need to get over it, quickly... It`s Halloween and she shouldn`t have to base her entire laugh on what other people are going to look at her for... There are more important issues than a cheerleader living her life.
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Male 782
So she`s a Cowgirl cheerleader and dresses up as a cow - what`s the big deal?
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Male 10
Any girl looking up to the Cowboys cheerleaders need some help... "I wanna be a whore when I grow up mommy!" .. but still, God Bless those Cheerleaders
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Female 250
not racist, just a halloween costume.
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Male 10
Really dumb.. she couldn`t have been Lil` Wayne if she were white with dreads.....DUMB! Damn Republicans!
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Female 99
That`s just stupid... she wasn`t doing it too be racist its just a costume.. A really thought out one... She was being lil wayne not a "typical black person" in her eyes...
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Female 2,509
My issue is that little girls are looking up to the Dallas cheerleaders?! as rolemodels?! Baby needs some redirection from the parents.
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Female 3,696
Okay, what? No! This is ridiculous!

She`s not portraying a stereotype of a race and to suggest she is should hint to point the finger right back at yourself.

She is dressed up as a /person/ not a /race/. When you hold a picture of her next to one of Lil Wayne the PERSON she looks identical. Is it sexist for a guy to dress up as Paris Hilton? Gawdam, stop taking all the fun out of everything.

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Male 7,830
not really racist, but not very smart. if you have any kind of fame you need to understand that anything you do will bring scrutiny.
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Female 678
I`m going to keep this short, simple and to the point:

People need to laugh at themselves. Plus, its Halloween. get ooooooooooooooooooovvvvvvvvvvvvver it, already.

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Male 450
this is bs shes having fun on halloween it make the news and where im from you can get stabed for being white its in the third page of the news paper.....morale of the story dont go to rantoul il
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Male 3,425
I don`t see anything racist about it, but white people shouldn`t dress as black people, they just look stupid.
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Male 32
oh get over it! who cares?!
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Male 4,867
wow she blacked up really well
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Male 77
i dont see anything wrong with it.
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Male 363
I am so sick of the BS political correctness CRAP!!! Would everyone please get off of your high horse, soap box and quit protesting every action people make!!! SO WHAT!!! it was Halloween!. She is a nobody and even if she was someone, WHO CARES!!! Why does everyone cry racism or whatever whenever a white person does anything!! MIND YOURSELF AND WHAT YOU DO and leave other people alone!!!
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Male 170
WHARRGARBL

No really, it`s an impersonation of someone I assume she likes the music of not a trying to be a stereotype based on racial hatred, let`s move on shall we?

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Male 3,842
This is coming from a sports league with a team called the Washington Redskins, based in our nation`s capital, no less.
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Female 107
its halloween who cares. wahhhh wahhhh people act like babies
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Male 1,190
Its Texas!!!

Please secede!!!

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Male 436
People are drating retarded. How is this a problem? Geezus. drat people.
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Male 1
Link: Dallas Cowgirl Outrages Public w/Racist Costume? [Rate Link] - Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader Whitney Isleib wore what people are calling a racist costume. Was it? I-A-B, you make the call
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