Watch: It’s black plight vs. white feminism in music video uproar

Artist Donald Glover hosted Saturday Night Live on May 5, and after impressing critics with his performances as both host and musical guest, he released a music video the same evening that has since gained over 132 million views. But a parody of his video made by a feminist YouTuber has sparked a ranking amongst those who feel disenfranchised in America.
The video of his song This Is America is performed under Glover’s stage name, Childish Gambino, and has been both hailed for its deep messaging about black culture and decried as anti-gun propaganda in the United States. It has garnered more views than any other YouTube video this year, debuting as number one on the site’s song chart in 11 countries.
Subliminal references to the Jim Crow era, racism, gun violence, and animosity toward police are intertwined in what The New York Times called “a true picture of America.”
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