I think the “Loqueesha” movie trailer is fake. I HOPE it’s fake. But I think... it’s fake? But maybe 3 years in Hellworld so who even knows anymore?— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) May 11, 2019
Okay.....— Ryan Thompson, EP COMING SOON (@BarelyFunnyRyan) May 11, 2019
So fuck Jeremy Saville!
Fuck this Loqueesha movie.
Fuck the black people agreeing to be in this movie.
Fuck every single person involved.
And fuck Jeremy Saville!
So there’s a movie coming out called #Loqueesha and it’s about...— TASK the Ol’ Nerdy Bastard (@UpToTASK) May 10, 2019
...a white male radio DJ pretending to be a...
*checks notes again*
...black woman to get ratings and pay for his son to go to a prep school.
Wait this was made? In 2019? pic.twitter.com/7mBERNexFd
I watched that horrible Loqueesha trailer and it made my blood boil. A grown white man is a failure in life and fantasizes that his goals are easier to accomplish as a Black Woman. A double minority? It’s 2019 and they’re still using us as scapegoats. Okay, Amy Fisher pic.twitter.com/hY2x0D20lq— Ba-Donkin’ Donutz 🍩☕️ (@Crysmay04) May 10, 2019
how in the who in the why in the actual fuck:https://t.co/0LQzz361dL— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) May 10, 2019
I watched that cursed Loqueesha trailer because I didn’t understand what everyone was talking about. Now I’m going to die in 7 Days. Thanks guys.— Destiny Jackson (@DestinyDreadful) May 11, 2019
Loqueesha would've made $20 million at the box office if it came out in 2004— Unretired Gambling Addict (@BLACKMESSlAH) May 13, 2019
Loqueesha is the first entry in the soul man cinematic universe— White Assad (@RacismFactory) May 12, 2019
Scarlett Johansson when she finds out they cast someone else as Loqueesha. pic.twitter.com/zHHixAHGo5— dondarrion-mifflin, this is beric (@CrypticPinecone) May 10, 2019
I hate when people tag me in their bullshit. It’s annoying as fuck.— marlon wayans (@MarlonWayans) May 12, 2019
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