Meet the Little Girls Who Took on Lil Wayne and Set the World on Fire: Watoto from the Nile

by Dr. Boyce Watkins, Syracuse UniversityScholarship in Action 

They say that behind every great man, there’s a great woman. Yes, this is true, but what people also forget is that behind nearly every empowered, intelligent and confident young woman, there are a collection of black male role models. The group Watoto from the Nile, featuring three little girls doing an open letter about Lil Wayne’s disrespect for women has simply taken over the black Internet. The video had over half a million views in just six days, and keeps growing by the second. It was due to the vision of the group’s young manager, Albert Phillips, that the little girls were able to strike the blow heard around the world when it comes to black women demanding their right to be respected. In fact, these children struck a blow to Weezy that no grown man could ever match. It is for that reason that Albert Phillips is today’s Dr. Boyce Watkins Spotlight on AOL Black Voices:

 

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2 responses to “Meet the Little Girls Who Took on Lil Wayne and Set the World on Fire: Watoto from the Nile

  1. UKnowTTrugh

    Thank you, queens!

  2. UKnowTTrugh

    Queens!

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