Why Do White Women Get Upset When Black Men Just Aren’t Interested?
BY: NISHA THOMAS
Dating can be hard, especially if you are somewhat of a famous guy. Saturday Night Live actor Michael Che seemed to have found that out the hard way recently. When another quasi-celeb attempted to put him on blast for what she’d considered to be rude and arrogant behavior.
Podcast host Leah McSweeney, who is also the founder of the Married to the Mob clothing line, publicly called the comedian “so arrogant and so rude,” however, there’s much more to the story than she led on, and Mr. Che made sure to set the record straight.
It all began when McSweeney tried to put Che, whom she’d met on an online dating app, on blast.
“Why are you on a dating app if you hate women? Literally, you’ve never met me and you’re texting me like I’m a stupid b***h … texting me and being mad rude,” she went on, “He kept just texting me, going, ‘I’m fat. Does that turn you on?’ And I’m like, ‘You’re fat? I think I’ve seen you and you’re not fat, OK.’”
She continued, “You’re trying to f–k with me? I don’t get it. You’re just a f–king dork wearing Air Force Ones [sneakers] at the end of the day. Like, cause you’re sitting up there writing your jokes on a little card, trying to figure out what the f–k. His Netflix special [Michael Che Matters] is actually funny … arrogance is ignorance to me. You don’t know me, you don’t know nothing about me, you don’t know we have mad friends in common and like, you’re gonna treat me like some stupid b***h? Like, f**k you. I just can’t deal.”
Though this does sound pretty bad, Che caught wind of her antics and pulled out all the receipts from their very brief interaction with one another. They’d first began texting in September of 2016 and, of course, McSweeney texted him first.
Though the conversation recently came to a close, it made McSweeney look like a crazy white thirst bucket that couldn’t seem to accept the fact that this black man didn’t want her.
“Hey, remember me,” McSweeney writes on November 27, 2016, which begins a conversation about Che living in Manhattan’s Hell Kitchen neighborhood. “Lots of food options at least,” McSweeney writes.
“[I’m] fat,” Che replies. “I’m laughing out loud. R u?” she asks.
On December 1, 2016, McSweeney texts Che, “What did u eat today?” and gets no reply. On December 19, she then reaches out again, “What’s up?”… Still, her text went unanswered.
McSweeney texts again on December 29, “U hate me cus I’m white. Our conversations r everything to me btw. We have a lot of friends in common and if anyone of them saw this I would b so ashamed.”
And finally on January 2nd, Che bluntly replies back by simply making it clear that he has no intentions of ever getting to know her any further.
“Do u ever want to meet up? Or r we just gonna text each other randomly until eternity? Well I did think it was odd u kept saying ur fat,” McSweeney writes.
Che replies, “I [don’t] wanna meet up. You text really strange declarations looking for a reaction, and I don’t wanna know what’s the real life equivalent of that.”
Though it was a burn, in all seriousness, it seems as if Che was trying to be polite, yet firm, in handling this woman that clearly wouldn’t leave him alone. While McSweeney decided to take things a step further by talking on her podcast and trying to make him out to be the bad guy.
So, what are your thoughts? Do you think Che was polite? And why do you think McSweeney felt disrespected? Even though she was never actually disrespected?
Comment below and share your thoughts on white women who go after and victimize themselves over black guys that just don’t seem interested…