Chocolate Gawd’s Farewell

Michael Miles, Senior Staff Writer

WHAT’S UP Y’ALL!! Well, this article is more on the emotional side as this is my final article for the Imprint. To be honest with you, it feels amazing, relieving, but heartbreaking. Because I know that over the course of this year, my fans and I have gotten SO close through my writing and that’s a bond that I refuse to break. You all truly mean the world to me. So in writing my final article, I want to get a few things off my chest.

  1. Why do people not feel it when their lips are chapped? How do they not know?? This BAFFLES me. Personally, when I *rarely* have chapped lips, I feel it immediately and dive into my backpack to apply some Carmex. Y’all CANNOT TELL ME you don’t feel it when skin is PEELING off your lips. It’s not cute. Never has been, and most definitely will not ever be. Issa hot mess. Fix it, do better.
  2. Reverse racism… IS NOT REAL. Why? Because in order to be racist, guess what you need to be! PRIVILEGED. Something black people most definitely are not. And there is no argument against that one, sis! Secondly, white people are not, have never been, and by the looks of things, will never be oppressed. Historically, the oppression of blacks and other minorities was carried out by who? White people! What other proof do y’all need? And for those of you who say “by definition” to justify that reverse racism is real… anger is a natural response to oppression! People love to call reverse racism when it is a response to angry protests, language, and fights for equality. But the gag is, blacks have been pushing back on privilege and power for a long time. Don’t they have the right to be fed up? And sorry that we don’t want to censor our frustration to appease the people who are the source of it! Sometimes we use the strong language and protests to make an impact on those observing. And guess what? It still isn’t reverse racism. In fact, when people insist that black people need to talk nice when discussing racism, they’re being racist! For example, it’s basically saying that angry black women are not worthy of social attention because they are being unreasonable. So… BLOOP!
  3. Lastly, I LOVE Y’ALL. To the two people who have read at least one of my Imprint articles- thank you so much! You mean the world to me! It’s a shame no one visits the website more often because it truly is a gem!

Well, that is all I have to say. I hope that this year you saw a different side of the icon that is Michael Wayne Miles Jr. I hope you all enjoyed my work and once again, thank you so much for tuning in every quarter to watch me shine on LTV and do my thing in front of the camera. I love you all so much and I wish nothing more for every single one of you to be happy, thrive, moisturize, and to serve looks. You all are the ABSOLUTE best.

With all the love in the world, XOXO

Chocolate Gawd