Dr. Umar Johnson (Photo source: YouTube screenshot)

This week, Umar Johnson, Ph.D., set Black Twitter on fire with an appearance on Roland Martin’s “News One Now” show. During a panel discussion that was referred to as the “Dashiki vs. Ascot War” by media outlet The Root, Johnson was pressed repeatedly about his degrees, his claim to be a direct descendent of famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass, and donations that were given to his organization to start a Black boarding school.

The discussion ignited a firestorm when Johnson called one of the panelists a coon. Martin then had to calm the set and tell Johnson that he was out of line with his use of a racial epithet on his program.

But Johnson’s outspokenness is nothing new. Last month, Johnson released a video bashing tennis superstar Serena Williams. Johnson takes offense at Williams’ interracial relationship, pregnancy, and upcoming marriage to tech entrepreneur and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

In the video, Johnson purports several shocking statements about Williams, claiming at one point that as a White man Alexis Ohanian could not handle Serena Williams, stating, “He don’t know what to do with that” and that Williams needs an “unapologetically African alpha male.”

The video can be seen below:

 

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  • Armed in the Villa

    STOP CALLING THIS IDIOT A DOCTOR

    • Sidney Townsend

      Stop hating facts! Be real whether it hurts or not! Now if you don’t like his ideology then say so. But don’t make a fool of yourself because you can’t stand his views…..

      • Ebony Imhotep

        LOL! I swear, the monkeys who follow this monkey all speak the same monkey talk. You all are so embarrassing.

        • Jamal Warner

          No one can take a racist serious. Why waste the air on this earth spewing your meth fueled racist babble. Go figure!

      • Guest

        It’s sad it is our own that do this to each other. The man is a doctor and it has been proven over and over. I don’t agree with his ideology but can’t dispute his credentials.

    • SS M

      If you don’t like him just say it, but don’t Bash his credentials, which are legit,, that is such a white Supremacist tactic. it is obvious by that Roland martin Interview, a line is being drawn in the sand, By Revolutionaries, and Intergrationist. But this is nothing new, Garvey, and dubious Malcolm, and Martin, it’s a Shame it’s enough room for all to make changes that we need to move forward

      • Guest414

        If his degree is not AACSB or ACBSP that is a PhD certificate and it would be worthless. All he had to say is what school he graduated from show is day of graduating MOST PhD’s remember that moment vividly because you get to wear the beanie and most have pictures but he has yet to do any of that. If he was in a PhD program and became an ABD –> All but Dissertation that does not and never has equated to you holding a PhD hence having PhD at the end of your name hence being called docta’. If you did not conduct research and or defend your dissertation… YOU IS NOT A DOCTOR…that goes for them Honorary Docta’s too…you AINT EARNED IT lol!

    • Guest414

      Dude is not a Doctor from an accredited college/university so he is not recognized by the Dept of Education as a doctor…but has he got his school built and functioning yet? He does not have time to speak on someone’s personal choices when his own personal choice has yet to come to fruition after about how long??? Is he married to the mother of his children? Does he have children. Is he married? Fix your own house first. Other than that he needs to be mute on the Serena issue….

    • Jamel Cooper

      Thank you for saying that.

    • Monique Gordon

      Crazy doctor

    • Guest

      But he is even The Root that has run hit job after hit job about him was forced to admit this.

      http://www.theroot.com/i-was-wrong-his-name-is-doctor-umar-johnson-1797016800

      • Armed in the Villa

        I admitted it too. He’s still an idiot

    • Joey CoCo

      “Man enough”? Black people dont need “men” like you

  • Encourehonoree

    He probably is right, but then I have to ask the question, where are the black males? And why didn’t they stepped up to Ms Williams? Just sayin!

    • Sidney Townsend

      Money changes people as they go through another class of people! Her father tried hard to keep her black, but he’s old now and just want the best for his daughters! Had he still been a young man the last thing you would seen her with is a man other than a black one!

      • Diane LovemesomeHim Alexander

        The one thing I don’t do Mr. Townsend, is go back and forth. I just keep scrolling. I got my own things going on.

      • nevenera

        Serena is her own woman, she dates whom she pleases. She has dated black men, at least two of them. Neither asked her to marry them. She finally found a man who treats her right, and asked her to marry her and all you can do is complain that he is not black. Seriously? The irony here is that so many of these black ‘men’ calling her out have not defended her against so many outrageous attacks on her looks, and on her integrity. And most of them would drop her like a hot potato, if Ms. Sharapova flashed her blond pony tail at them… sheesh… the hypocrisy…

        Congrats Serena, with all you have been through and all you have done, you deserve to be happy, treated well and if you wish it to settle down with a good man. Enjoy it. Next time perhaps when you have such an accomplished, beautiful black woman in looking for a good man to settle down with, more good black men will step up to the plate, instead of expecting her to wait around for them to get their act together.

        • D1

          AMEN!!!

        • Guest

          Her future husband has yet to defend her from these same attacks though and many come from the website he is cofounder. Why is their a different standard and expectations for wm? The hypocrisy is so glaring when it comes to the subject of interracial dating amongst bw. I could honestly care less who any of these celebs that I don’t know and have never met date but keep it 100, it shouldn’t be he dates ww because he values we more and she dates wm because bm didn’t step to the plate. That’s bs

          • Jason

            He won’t defend her, and thank you for saying what I pointed out months ago. He founded a site which is known to be a White Supremacist haven. It is a N-word fest over there, so I wonder how long it will take him to call her the N-word. Remember Hallie Berry?

          • Ms.

            Black men have NOT lifted a FINGER to defend ANY black woman being bashed in public media. It’s going on YEARS of this online and media abuse.

            You are “thanking” this other man on here? Black men have been accurately described as Egg Plants. An eggplant is Blurple (so black it’s Purple) on the outside and florescent YELLOW on the inside. Dark and cowardly.

          • nevenera

            He has defended her and he celebrates her whenever he is given a chance. He is defending her in the best way possible by marrying he and being good to her. She has dated bm and they didn’t ask to marry her. There is no difference in standards had a bm of them married her I would be just as happy for her. What is she supposed to just wait around forever until a bm decides to ask her to marry him? Just take a look at the marriage stats for black women and and explain to me again how much black men value black women?

          • Guest

            He has not married her just made her a baby mama, which of course if he were a bm would be criticized, nevertheless this cofounder of a social media/news website has not made a peep when another wm made fun of his future wife and unborn child yet you don’t question that only why no bm have defended her online (do you see the problem here?) which is untrue. I also gave an example and props to a wm (Prince Harry) defending his future wife of color from racist attacks, as an example just to show how it should be done since he is white after all. I have no problem with IR dating. It’s not for me but adults should date whom they want. My problem is the double standard and hypocrisy on display whenever a bw choses to date a wm. The white male is uplifted to saviour status and can do no wrong, while if a bm behaved the same way he is demonized for not marrying before procreating and a coward for not standing up on behalf of his mate.

          • nevenera

            You are going off on your own weird tangent. I am happy she is happy. If he were a bm I would be just as happy. He is not a savior she hardly needs saving. They are engaged to be married so stop with the stupid baby daddy stuff. All I am saying is that before bm complain about bw marrying wm they should look at the dismal marriage stats for bw.

          • John Climax

            I wasn’t aware of this.

            Can you provide any sources? Internet links? I’d like to read up on this.

          • Ms.

            Guest, and no black men have YET to defend ANY black woman being bashed in the public media. Mind you, Serena’s fiancee is in another racial group while black men are in the same racial group as black women and still say not ONE WORD to defend us.

            It’s not going to work anymore. Trying to keep black women in line in the black community? Those days are over and black men’s days are numbered.

          • Guest

            “Black men’s days are numbered.” You are a white supremacist whether you know it or not and whether you are white or not. I seriously doubt you are black and would type those words. I suspect you are a troll liking your own asinine rants. And if you do happen to be a bw please try and heal.

          • Ms.

            You are not fooling anyone.

        • Michelle Parker

          Amen….

        • Monique Gordon

          AMEN and I’m an Atheist.

      • Zaiye

        She did date black.. but found love elsewhere … doesn’t matter if pops was older or not..

        She’s happy

        Funny how that seem not to matter to some black folks ?

        • nevenera

          Most ‘black’ folks have supported her thought the BS that many white folks have put her through during her amazing career and are thrilled for her. So if you are not one of them look in your own back yard before you go around criticising them. Idiots come in all colors.

          • who are you kidding

            Serena makes tens of millions in endorsements every year. If you think most of that money comes from anywhere but white folks’ wallets, you’re nuts. Put through…. What a crock.

      • Ms.

        Sidney you and black males need to get a life. No black men go in on each other for dating or marrying IR, so black women are going to go ahead and date out as well.

        We know BM want BW to stay in the community producing more black male kids and black girls to mule for them, but it’s just not feasible anymore. The jig is up.

    • Michelle Williams

      This is the perfect question. Back in the day, black men stayed calling Serena and Venus ugly. They were dark skinned girls with natural hair and black men hated those things. All of a sudden it became trendy to admire Serena for her looks (especially her butt). But Serena remembers just like the North does. I wonder how many rich black men were checking for Serena the way they are for white and mixed women? When is the last time you saw a rich black man with a dark skinned black woman with Serena’s features? I’ll wait.

      • Guest

        Wm have called Serena abd Venus everything from a men to a gorillas. Most bm adore Serena and her curves. You don’t know what you’re talking about.

        • Jason

          Amen. There are a lot of people here who obviously just want to take a dump on Black men. Cool. No loss.

          • Ms.

            Jason, how do you “take a dump” on “BM”? ?

        • Ms.

          And black men, same. However I have to be honest to say that white people have called ALL black people apes and gorillas because whites allegedly and apparently (according to science reviews) have 4% of ape or monkey DNA in them I guess. Hence their fixation on these creatures and accusing other people of being mixed with these creatures? I don’t know. It’s weird either way, but yeah, black men call black women the same-apes and monkeys.

          Between black men and white men calling the names, well…at least white men are building and running everything. Black men call BW monkeys while owning NOTHING. In fact, BM call us monkeys while taking OUR money to support themselves and their careers!

        • Michelle Williams

          Black men recently started adoring Serena FOR her curves. But let’s not get it twisted, black men at Serena’s level aren’t checking for a dark skinned woman with Serena’s features. Black men can all celebrate her body, and let’s all agree she has an amazing body, but they’d rather that body belong to a white, mixed, or ‘exotic’ woman. Black men should be beating down Serena’s doors but I doubt they were. Especially not in a serious make you my wife kind of way.

      • Jason

        I also remember when White men & women called them ugly, fat, obese and disgusting. By the way – it wasn’t years ago – it was recently.

        • Ms.

          Jason, you remember when white men and women called the Williams sister ugly, fat, obese, and so on?

          Black men’s memories are so selective. You all marry white women a LOT but you never hold WW accountable for their role in black problems ….until a BW marries a white man. When a BW marries a white man THEN you bring up WW and their role in black oppression or black problems (and ONLY as it applies towards BW, never BM). We black women see through black men. I told you, the jig is up.

          • Jason

            I feel sorry for you. Here is a word of advice…If every Black man you deal with has the issues you describe – you might want to look at the common element. Also, since you think White daddy is God – then you better get you one quick. I respect your opinion about Black men, and I am not interested in trying to change that opinion. I will extend this to you and the rest of your group – Black men will (might) leave the light on for you if you ever realize that we are all we got(grammar – I know).

        • Michelle Williams

          White men definitely said those things. So did white women. And when Serena and Venus came out initially, so did black men. My point is Serena remembers how she was treated. And at the end of the day, she had to choose a partner that was on her level and wanted to choose her (not just f*ck her).

      • Marcella Brown-jackson

        You are absolutely right in my opinion. I felt some kind of way to because a black queen deserves a black king. But in reality, just like when black men reach a certain status they get white women, seems to be the same for the elite black woman

        • Ms.

          There is no such thing ad a black king. Kings own land and resources! They MARRY as to strengthen their kingdom. Black men are PAUPERS and COURT JESTERS as I see it. What are they building? Where is their wealth? Why do I see 4-5 black men married to poor obese, humpbacked WW every other day out here? Black King?

      • The Black Siren

        PREACH!!

    • https://www.gofundme.com/negroreparations White Supremacy Is Injustice!

      Who’s to say that qualified black men didn’t step to Serena Williams to marry her? A black woman who doesn’t love her complexion, nor hair texture wouldn’t want her children to be the same complexion nor have to same kinky hair texture!

      • Ms.

        She found a man who loves her, and she will marry him. We know black men are hurt and we don’t care. BM did this to themselves really.

  • Diane LovemesomeHim Alexander

    Mr Johnson, you need to have seat. Sit it down and shut it up.

    • Sidney Townsend

      If he sits down will you do the job that his is doing?

      • Zaiye

        I don’t think any one wants the JOB of speaking for all black ppl.

        Umar thinks he is doing just that…
        I mean doesn’t he know as a Psych Doc… about “perspective”?

        Nah, he thinks he can sway everyone to think as he does.

        Diane is doing HER job, speaking for herself. Umar can have his “opinion” but to call another black person a coon for not agree… is a bit “coon-like”. (Pot calling the kettle black? Perhaps)

        He doesn’t speak for me.. hell he doesn’t speak for a lot of us apparently.. you see these blogs right now? The black community is tearing him up.

        • Cool

          You mean the ‘non-black owned/non-black sponsored – black targeted’ community is tearing him up. The real black community(meaning actual black people) is supporting him.

          Let me elaborate. This site is owned by Munson Steed of Steed Media Group. In a Black Enterprise interview he was quoted as saying —“We’ve got some phenomenal partnerships with Ford, CBS, McDonald’s, American Airlines and other big companies”. Do you really think those corporations care about the black community? Why not partnership with black owned companies?

          Do you think he’s willing to publish empowering information for the black community that would put those lucrative sponsorships in jeopardy? Of course not! Which is why this site and other non-black owned sites(theroot) are so eager to drag Umar through the mud for his black nationalist views while they continue to promote pop culture gossip, the LGBT agenda, and black feminism.

          • Jason

            Thank you.

          • RollingMo

            Your statement is not correct at all. Rolling Out is filled with positive informative articles. The companies you mention advertise with rolling out and have shown support in the Black community otherwise the ads would not be on rolling out.

      • Jason

        Nope because the heat is too hot for most of these negros. Most survive off butter biscuits and tea. It it is taken away – they will wither and die OR kill themselves.

      • Ms.

        Talking Egg plants. What job are YOU doing other than harassing BW?

      • Clif Keens

        What job is that? Collecting black money to fill his own pockets?

  • Marquita Msfeelgood Cauthen

    You’re absolutely right Doc..

  • Sidney Townsend

    He’s right whether you like it or not! But being right don’t allow for us to interfere with another person’s choice of who they want to be with!

    • Zaiye

      I’m sorry, but how is he right.. exactly

      Entertain me right quick. ?

    • Guest

      Very well said. Don’t know why people have a problem.

    • Michelle Williams

      Maybe he’s right but the same could be said for a black who married Serena. Marriages fail often anyway. And black men are so colorstruck and self-hating that many wouldn’t even consider being with a woman who looks like Serena if she weren’t Serena either.

      • Jason

        Ms Michelle – I don’t know what kind of “Black” men you have experience with. The Black community has one hell of an internal war going on. No wonder the White Supremacists just keep on picking us off. We really need to sit down and get these issues on the table.

        • Ms.

          Jason, stop it. Don’t play dumb. BM are all over public media attacking Lupita Nyong’o and other dark black women.

          • Jason

            Well it ain’t me attacking her– NOW WHAT? You and Ms Michelle really need to expand your circle.

        • Michelle Williams

          I know actual black men. And I observe black men in entertainment and sports. When is the last time you saw a black man Serena’s age that’s with a black woman that looks like Serena?

          • Jason

            All the time, and I have over a million airline miles to prove that I get around. Ms Michelle – you can have your opinion, but miss me if that opinion is that White men are better than Black men. Many Black men looovvveeeee Black women to life. In fact, many of you on this post are criticizing Umar who has always proclaimed his love for Black women. Black people fight like cats and dogs over the virtue of White folks. I guess I am a simpleton because it baffles my mind.

          • Michelle Williams

            You are a simpleton because I never said white men love black women (with even 1 e). They don’t. What I said was that black women like Serena are not held up by black men as a beauty standard. Therefore, women like Serena need to find love where it finds them. Holding out for a black man of her caliber to choose her might have left her alone forever (as we see with many single black women).

            I am not putting Umar down. I am saying he should be addressing black men here in respect to Serena. I will also say that if he loves black women and wants them to be wives, he should have taken a wife or wives by now and not just made more baby mamas.

            You can miss me with the white men are great bs. That sentiment does not live here.

          • Jason

            You obviously missed the IF in my statement. Either way, you made your point loud and clear. Like I said previously, I now understand why things are the way they are in the community. Take care.

  • Gregory Brown

    That Ohannian dude is like 6″5″ and was a millionaire before he was 30. If that doesnt consitute Alpha, what does?? Oh and he was the only one, white or black to get down on one knee and risk being rejected. To ask her to be his, alone. You gotta acknowledge that.

    • Guest045

      man makes the money, not money makes the man.
      Get it right coon.

      • Guest414

        Stop cooning you sound stupid… you clearly missed his point … he didn’t say it was about the money dipsh it!

      • Zaiye

        Yea you do sound pretty stupid man.. don’t embarrass us man..

        Shhhh. ?

      • Ms.

        BM are making neither one no money and they are not men. You call him a coon? OK Egg plant.

    • Guest

      How do you know he was the only one? Alpha males also defend and protect their women. Where was he when the ex tennis player made an off color remark about his future wife and unborn child? Serena made a comment defending herself but nothing from him. Props to Prince Harry who immediately released a statement in defense of his biracial fiancé when attacked by racist trolls. This was also the man that sat there while Serena ran after and confronted another man that had stolen her cell phone. Doesn’t sound very alpha male to me.

      • Jason

        I didn’t know he was there when her mobile was jacked. I hope that isn’t true.

        • Guest

          Yep, he sat there while she ran after him. Serena’s bravery was praised as it should’ve been but there was no mention of how cowardly a man you have to be to sit there and do anything but you know the saying, it’s all right when it’s white. The misconceptions about this man are unbelievable. People also seem to think his net worth is more than hers or even in the same ballpark. When in actuality she is worth 20 times more, this is a huge come up for him. I don’t agree with Dr. Umar’s message of whom she should marry. She’s an adult that has been in the lily white sport of tennis since she was a teen, of course she is going to date and be attracted to men outside of her race but this guy seems of very low character. And it seems he is not being called on it simply because he is a wm nice enough to marry a bw.

  • nevenera

    “He don’t know what to do with that” and that Williams needs an “unapologetically African alpha male.” ??? Oh heck no she does not. She does not NEED anything, what she deserves, however is a good man (or woman) who loves her.

    • Zaiye

      Exactly!

  • EMILY POST

    Wow who cares…. dr umar Johnson forgets that black males have to actually want them back.
    Serena Williams dated lots of black males… none of them took as much pride with being with her as the extremely dorky looking white dude.
    I am always amazed at who is considered a sex symbol and who is not. Black males on Serena’s level lust for non blacks like plastic surGery having Kim Kardashian types. the Amber roses are considered hot by blacks.
    Serena Williams and others like her are rejected by the modern day nublack male for not being or looking European. You would of thought the world class athletesNFL and NBA would have been knocking down doors ? to be with such a wealthy and talented and gifted individual like herself and her sister. The answer is not African American males Serena did not pass the paper bag test but her Armenian baby daddy didn’t hesitate… if he don’t know he will figure it out Serena is worth a lot of ???

  • George Dixon

    Serena has forgotten where she came from and didn’t give a ordinary brother a chance to date her instead of celebrities as Common and Drake …that’s trying to fk everything because of their fame…brothers were her biggest fan…the reason she was as popular. ..we were watching not because of the love of tennis…but love of Serena beautiful black African goddess body…awhile most white men were calling her a tranny and a monkey….her dad got them out of the projects through his training tactics where they were not allow to join the predominantly white clubs for tennis…

    • Michelle Williams

      Please. Lots of women look like Serena. I never see average brothers holding them up as the standard of beauty. Serena’s is amazing and black men of all socioeconomic backgrounds should be falling all over themselves to date her. But…where were they? They’re too busy chasing the Becky Kadashian types to value Serena.

      • Guest

        But wm do? Gtfoh. Who do you think sets those standards of beauty that some c00ning bm follow? Look no further than her baby daddy’s racist website to see what wm think of her.

        • Michelle Williams

          So black men have no choice but to chase Becky and her exotic kin? If Umar is frustrated by Serena marrying a white man, he should take his frustrations to the black men who didn’t want her. This white man did want her. If she’s happy, then I’m happy for her.

          • Guest

            Where did I say that? I simply stated a fact that wm set the standard of beauty as we see everyday through different forms of media and that there are black men and women that are brainwashed into believing this standard. And again how do you know and why do you assume no bm wanted or stepped to the plate to marry Serena? You act as if they had she would have no choice in the matter and would have to say yes. Although I like Dr. Umar am not a proponent of IR dating for myself, I disagree with him suggesting to other adults whom they should date. I also disagree with the assertion shared by you and the majority of commenters on the thread that no bm wanted her so she had no choice but to chose this man. That is a ridiculous double standard that I only hear when bw date IR.

          • Michelle Williams

            I don’t know Serena personally. I do know what I see. Many black athletes and entertainers who are among Serena’s socioeconomic class are single. When they date and eventually marry, they don’t choose women who look like Serena. I’m saying that Serena, being as amazing as she is, is still considered less than a Kardashian type to most of the eligible black men in Serena’s world. Yes, Drake can date her and elude to having sex with her due to his supposed love of big asses, but was he serious about her? I don’t know what happened with Common, but he didn’t get down on one knee and propose.

            The issue is bigger than Serena. I too believe black men and women belong together. However, until black men in all socioeconomic groups start recognizing beauty and value in black women this won’t happen. In that case, I encourage black women like Serena to find love with men of any race that will love, honor and protect them. We have way too many black men like Lil Wayne and not enough Umars. Well to be fair, Umar isn’t even what we need because he isn’t married and has created baby mamas himself.

          • Guest

            Again, the double standard is glaring. You believe bm are not choosing women that look like Serena because they value ww more but you assume Serena doesn’t feel the same about wm. What makes you think she wanted to be with a bm? Because she dated Common and biracial Drake? Just because you and I may feel that way doesn’t mean she shares our sentiment. She may feel the same way you assume some of those black male entertainers and athletes do. Also, Serena is not married so that would make her as much of a “baby mama” as the mother of Dr. Umar’s children.

          • Michelle Williams

            Double standard?

            Neither one of us knows Serena personally. She could most definitely be colorstruck, insisting on dating ‘exotic ‘ men, and/or chasing white men. But what’s most likely–considering that men typically pursue women–is that black suitors in her world are too focused on redbones or Kardashians to pursue women like her.

            That doesn’t mean there aren’t women who have the same ideas as men. But it’s a fact that black women date out far less than other groups. Black women are want black men. You’re much less likely to hear black women screaming about redbones as you are to hear black men screaming about them.

            Black men have set the standard. And that standard isn’t Serena. Umar should go after that mentality.

  • llamos

    Serena isn’t property or a party favor. She can do what she likes.

    Because she’s grown and free.

    I find his hypersexualkzed stereotypes of both Black women and men utterly disgusting.

  • Kimmie

    She dated Black men and they didn’t want to stay in a relationship with just her. She’s with someone who loves her his race does not matter. He propose, they are going to have a baby and she seems happy people get off her jock. She doesn’t desperately need to be dominated by a man who doesn’t respect women this business man can clearly take charge when he needs to.

  • Barry Simmons

    Ever heard of a pre-nup?

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  • Pier Jones

    Tell coon to check his self cause who made the judge over anyone life with his ugly ass I heard some of his crap and crap is just what it is Doctor yeah right the professional Doctor of Bullshit yeah that’s his Professor Bullshit that’s his name

  • Antonio

    You know what’s sad about this blog?
    You’ve got BLACKS spending hours arguing with other BLACKS, about a BLACK WOMAN, who could care less about BLACK UNITY. Wasted time! Has her or Venus ever stood up and said a damn thing? Who get’s to laugh at this? A White Guy drinking coffee and thinking to himself we kill them in silence.

  • CC

    Is her relationship the only interracial one he take offense to?

  • Edward L. Buddy King

    There’s an old saying attributed to W.C. Fields: “If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.”

  • Larry Buchanan

    I hope he is wrong.

  • Ebony Imhotep

    Umar Johnson is pure gutter trash. A woman like Serena doesn’t wanna deal with his fundraising schemes, multiple baby mamas, and fake phone call answering ass. This dude really just needs to stick to smashing elderly strippers and lying about being celibate. Serena has a real man who actually could buy a school, rather than scam donations and pretend to be buying one.

    • Oak510finest

      I see you have made it very clear that you are a NBW! You call a white man you don’t know a “real man”. Even though his website Reddit is rumored to be known white supremacist hub.

      While at the same time accusing Dr. Umar of scamming funds for trying to build school…a school! Not a new house or car, or new plane like the Christian preacher’s I guarantee you stay conviently quite over.

      Why don5 you care where the millions you willingly pay to white owned company’s go? I can guarantee you are wearing or using something white owned as we speak. The same companies that funnels millions out the black community and you don’t utter a word . Yet you choose to be a coward a parrot the same accusatory lines white supremacist use to attack a man who is trying to do something for his people.

      We both know that if the white supremacist media loved and supported Dr. Umar. All the while hypothetically speaking he could be a convicted felon, drug user, women beater, and scammer. You know you wouldn’t say a damn word! You would parrot whatever white zaddy says. While being as obedient as a child playing simon sez!!

      • Butter Balls

        Reddit has bigots of all kinds on it, as does Youtube. What do you want him to do about it, censor people you don’t like? If free speech is allowed some of it will be unpleasant. The point about Umar is that he is very possibly a crook who is preying on people who want to denote to a good cause but seem to be denoting to Umar’s private account. His professional credentials seem dubious as well.

        • Oak510finest

          Typical white supremacist sypathizer rhetoric. Always finding an excuse to justify racism and white supremacy.

          Regarding Dr. Umar, “possibly being a crook”! Please prove it? If you cannot, then you are guilty of spreading the same hate mongering and white supremacist rhetoric.

          In addition, if you are black. Please stop being a coward and parroting what “white zaddy” says about a real black man. How is it possible that every black man that has ever stood for true change is always attacked? Either by cowardly black or white supremacist.

          Yet, white supremacist and cowardly blacks, both strangely and convieniently don’t utter a word about the billions siphoned out of the black community yearly by black churches.

          Please name one black Christian mega church that has 1 school, hospital, grocery store or homes built by them from the money they steal?

          Lastly, if you are white. Then by default your comment is 100% irrelevant, and therefore dismissed.

          • Butter Balls

            No, you half wit, it is a matter of prizing free speech above the desire to silence those I despise and for the simple reason that if they can be silenced so can I, or you. It is in everyone’s self-interest to preserve free speech, even if it gives the hateful free reign to spew their hatred.

            I have no proof of his crookedness, I have only the many accusations of others. That is why I said he was possibly a crook and not that he definitely is one. There is certainly much suspicion surrounding him over many issues and we have yet to see the schools.

            And no, suspecting someone of dodgy dealing and charlatanism is not the same as spreading racist rhetoric. The world of black consciousness has had a number of false prophets and crooks over the years and such people make things worse, not better.

            You have chosen to make a hero of this man, although quite why is beyond me. I reject his political vision but that is not my chief criticism, neither is the accusations of financial misconduct, sexual hypocrisy or adopting a faux doctorate. My chief dislike of him is for his homophobia.

            I have no problem at all criticising money given and misused by black churches. As I’m neither Christian nor Muslim I find it easy to see the corruption in those religions.

            No, I’m not white, but even if I were I’ve never been aware that an argument or a criticism was less valid because of the colour of the skin of those that made it. It doesn’t matter if a black or a white man calls Umar a crook. He is either innocent or guilty. That principle is a universal one and it seems to me that you don’t have the ability to deal with disagreement of any kind so simply use that as an excuse to insulate yourself from harsh truths.

          • Oak510finest

            You are just babbling at this point! Nevertheless, the fact that you have based your ” chief” dislike for him over his stance against homosexuality is laughable. It shows that you are not ready or serious about true black empowerment or replacing white supremacy with a system of justice.

            Which is ok…because some people are not raised to stand up for themselves or others. That character flaw, starts at childhood and continues as an adult.

            You have made it very clear that you are only concerned with making white supremacist comfortable and maintaining black subjugation. By supporting their obvioys war tactic of attacking the black family.

            By supporting the efeminization or outright homosexuality of black men. Which results in by default, a decline in black birth rates. But more importantly, results in leaving black women exposed and unprotected, therefore left to fend for themselves.

            So in way, I am glad you dislike Dr. Umar. Because people who think like you are in the minority and certainly not needed in this fight!

          • Butter Balls

            “You are just babbling at this point!” Coming right back at ya Oakey old fellow.

            I am not ready for your black utopia because I don’t share your political vision. I find inspiration in Thomas Sowell, not this nonsense. Yes, I support homosexual black men and women against bigots like you and the phony doctor. I discredit the effeminsation theory as ahistorical pseudo-science totally lacking in evidence and credibility.

            I don’t care about making anyone comfortable. I will call out nonsense and bigotry wherever I find it and be indifferent to whom it comes from, black or white.

            As to whether my views are in the minority or not, I have never thought that being in the majority was the definition of truth. At a point in history, the majority view worldwide was that the earth was flat and in Europe, the common idea was that black people were sub-human, a lesser species.

            I think you probably hold to the former view. If not your ideas are scarcely more sophisticated. Black consciousness is a religion for you and your faith is as impervious to reason, logic, and evidence as any faithful zealot.

          • Oak510finest

            Yes, your points have been taken into consideration. However they have respectfully disregarded. As previously mentioned, you submitting to and agreeing with the blatant assault on the mental, spiritual, and physical health of the black family via homosexuality. Again, shows which side you are on.

            I am not disregarding black people who are homosexuals. Nor do I harbor any ill will. Because in all honesty, they truely are victims as well. Furthermore, white supremacist don’t see sexual orientation or political alligiance. They only see color!

            But with that being said. I cannot support a ideology or way of living that causes more harm than good. Please give me one benefit of homosexuality for blacks as a whole?

            It’s like if a Native American, hypothetically speaking supporting say… free drinking laws. Or the opening of liqour stores on there reservations. When their community have been ravaged by alcohol. Yes, you can say people are free to do as they may. Sure you can even debate it’s just alcohol and people deserve to have fun.

            However, in good conscience. What type of person would you be viewed as, supporting something that is ultimately destructive to their people?

          • Butter Balls

            Homosexuals don’t represent an assault on anything, least of all the family. It isn’t as if enough black babies aren’t being born.

            The assault on the black family came from the welfare state and was unintentional, not part of some sinister plot to increase the number of fatherless households. The majority of black children before the 60s were born into two parent families. Now that number is a minority and the trend is spreading to whites as well.

            White supremacists, the real kind, tend to be as homophobic as you are and just as deluded and impervious to facts.

            The cure for individual alcoholism is not universal prohibition.

          • Oak510finest

            Thank you for that last post. It has now given me true clarification. No way are you not a white supremacist. Because you are spewing tbe same white supremacist rhetoric almost verbatim. That you will find on sites such as Stormfront.org, 4chan, Redditt, or any other “Alt-lice” I mean Alt-right blogs.

            Therefore all the points you have made, have been disregarded.

          • Butter Balls

            Oh Oakey baby, what a laugh you are.

            Have you seen some gay-friendly articles on Stormfront recently? As you are such an expert on white supremacy perhaps you can point me in the direction of one. Other than that, what white supremacist rhetoric am I ‘spewing almost verbatim’?

            Do you understand that calling people names is not an actual argument? In the words of Christopher Hitchens, that which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

            I love how you refer to yourself as if you were royal or a government department: “therefore all the points you have made, have been disregarded.” How pompous you are Oakey. My points are only disregarded by you old sport, which is hardly a tragedy nor does it mean I have to go hang out with my ‘buddies’ at Stormfront because I have displeased King Oakey, saviour of the black race.

          • Oak510finest

            Whether I am wrong or right about the origin of your rhetoric, does not make a difference. It is your way of thinking that has no benefit to black people.

            So since that is the case, you may what to consider switching teams…I mean pertaining to views of course.?

          • Butter Balls

            In a comical effort to prove my point, some kind soul flagged my last post as spam. Here it is again.

            My way of thinking will only harm black people if your thesis is correct and that the problems which bedevil some of us are due entirely to white supremacy. However, if your thesis is incorrect then expending all your energy on fighting something which either doesn’t exist or exists in a radically smaller form than you imagine will be detrimental to blacks, who will waste energy on fighting everything but their real problems.

            It is analogous to BLM who concentrate on police racism and brutality, rather than black internecine violence. Some cases are real, some are not or grossly exaggerated. But to pretend that the police present the biggest threat to the lives of black Americans is as ludicrous as pretending that Islamic terrorism is the biggest killer of all Americans. Where the police have responded to intense criticism and left black communities to fend for themselves, the so called Ferguson effect, black on black violence has escalated considerably.

            I believe that your vision of current woes are dangerously misleading and counter productive. In that view, I am not alone, although it is a minority view among African Americans (I speak as a black Briton). Thomas Sowell outlines a very different vision of what has gone wrong among black communities, particularly poor black communities in the States. He believes it to be a problem of culture, not of racism crushing blacks underfoot. He doesn’t deny the existence of racism, or the existence of any social evils, but believes that it is a poor explanation for why lower class American blacks are failing in comparison to other groups. He also backs up what he says with a lot of facts and figures, something ‘Dr’ Johnson is less inclined to do.

            This is, of course, a black conservative or libertarian viewpoint, and no doubt someone like yourself will call the good doctor (a real one in Sowell’s case) an ‘Uncle Tom’. Another black American economist Walter Williams has similar views, as does the black/mixed race linguist John McWhorter. If you are able, just for a moment, to look outside of your current convictions and test them against other ideas, you may find some of those convictions become weaker or crumble.

            However, I fear that your insecurity in your current position and a religious style faith in the post modern, leftist vision of the world will keep you blinkered by choice and keep you fighting shadows. And the fact that someone very crudely tried to silence me shows just how far people will go to protect their vision of the world from alternative diagnoses and solutions.

          • Oak510finest

            How as a black briton do you have insight or any first hand knowledge of what issues blacks face in America?

          • Butter Balls

            “How as a black briton do you have insight or any first hand knowledge of what issues blacks face in America?”

            I’m married to an American, have lived in America and have many American friends. I’ve also travelled extensively in Africa, Asia and Europe. I think that gives me some insight.

          • Oak510finest

            Your perspective regarding blacks in America has been “whitewashed. ” People who think like you, are very easy to characterize. Meaning you all share what is considered “coon” traits. I can qurantee you, that one of following applies to you.

            1.You have a dark complexion, therefore racism has made you insecure and you take it out on your own people.

            2.You are married to a white woman. Of prefer to date white women.

            3.You have a job, which allows you to be middle class and surrounded by whites at work or home. Thus you accept their way of thinking.

            4. Are a homosexual or bisexual.

            5. Are a Christian, therefore you view whites are without fault. Since you worship a white image of God.

            I have zero respect for cowards that think like you! I understand that we may disagree on some things. However your views are not your own. You are parroting what whites say. Therefore I cannot respect you as a” real man “.

          • Oak510finest

            Also, you dismissing the effects of white supremacy and blaming black culture proved my earlier point of you being a white supremacist sypathizer.

            Whose perspective and opinion has zero value. There are millions of blacks who would disagree with your conclusion that white supremacy isn’t the number #1 cause of issues for blacks in America.

            If not, then why are we besieged daily, monthly and yearly by events and imperical data that says it has existed without any pause.

            Lastly, as previously mentioned. It is ok if you are afraid to challenge white supremacy and stick up for your people. Everyone does not possess the spirit of a warrior or heart of a lion. You have made that extremely clear….my British scarecrow brother!! ??

          • Butter Balls

            I see my post has been ‘spammed’ again. How desperately someone wants to silence an alternative viewpoint, one that doesn’t hold everyone else responsible for things within our own power.

            No, blaming a self-destructive culture (and it is only an element of black culture not all the diverse cultures of black people throughout the world) is not the act of a white supremacist or sympathiser.

            Yes, millions of black Americans blame white supremacy for all the evils of the world. It doesn’t mean they’re right. I never knew an argument to be better merely because it was widely held, particularly when it is held without good evidence or from faulty logic.

            You’re not besieged with empirical data that shows the existence of white supremacy as a catastrophic force in modern American society. That’s merely the interpretation you put on things. I prefer to fight the really important problems. Where racism truly is a problem I will fight it as wholeheartedly as the next man. Where there are more pressing problems I will concern myself with those primarily.

            The only one who is afraid is you. You’re terrified to look at another point of view, to challenge your ideas. That’s why you hold onto them so desperately, as does the person who keeps trying to silence me. You possess the heart of a chicken my little Yankee chickadee. You have your hands over your eyes and ears.

            If one day you decide to be a man and leave the safe world of the race industry and identity politics; if you decide to challenge yourself and look for real facts and figures then the works of Sowell, McWhorter, Sheldon, Williams et al will be there for you to open your eyes and to see beyond your self-imposed matrix. Even if you still maintain your current beliefs after looking at those writers and thinkers I’ve never known a good idea weakened by a bad one, or a strong argument undermined by being challenged. On the contrary, that which doesn’t defeat you makes you stronger.

            But then you’re not really interested in being strong, are you? You just want to feel safe within your cosy echo chamber where you all agree with one another and dream of the coming revolution when you will pay back the white man with interest for all his centuries of wickedness.

          • Oak510finest

            Don’t waste your time. I was raised not to submit to the unfair treatment of black people. You have been raised by coward parents or family members, that told you that you are not strong enough mentally or spiritually to fight against black subjugation.

            Therefore in your attempt to make while supremacist comfortable. You parrot all of their talking points. In addition, to accepting a practice such as homosexuality. Which brings no value to black people’s fight for liberation. Or help in strengthening the black family.

            With that being said. What benefit does homosexuality bring to black people’s fight for liberation? What benefit does it bring to strengthen the black family structure?

  • Jason

    Umar told the 100% truth. I wonder what are Martin’s credentials? What are the panelists on his show credentials? Too many of you are quick to destroy Black people while defending your White masters. You need to check yourselves.

  • Saun Hytche

    The miracle of babies…Serena got “caught” by a techno geek…best wishes to them. The “nerd” must be able to handle Serena…the rappers could not…lol

  • Moo Hakim Jr.

    The funny thing is while many of our own people are for this rainbow harmony and caping more for Serena her own husband has been quiet as a churchmouse regarding remarks about hus future child…. But. But But buttttt it’s all about what your heart feels??? Yeahokay!

  • RozJ

    Well he was with another black female for YEARS before Sareena. He lost me with the “He don’t know what to do with all that” now, you’re sexualizing her. APPARENTLY Common, Drake and the other brothers didn’t either..js.

  • SAMUEL

    If you give an individual a platform and let them talk your true colors come to the forefront dude is a unapologetic racist.

    • Oak510finest

      No such thing.

  • neocush1

    It’s UNBELIEVABLE how many people on here still fight to maintain a system that is aligned against them. Even in the DANGEROUS climate that we are in, many of you still continue to ignore the obvious. AMAZING!! And the title of this article is GROSSLY misleading. Dr. Umar only gave compliments to Serena. Calling her his “beautiful sister, whom we love & respect” is NOT “going in on Serena”. If anything, he “went in” on her husband. Ridiculous.

    • Michelle Williams

      He should go in on all of the black men who are too busy chasing Kardashian types to honor, love, and MARRY Serena types.

  • EMILY POST

    He didnt say nothing all that bad.
    The dude did look kind of thirsty at the Met Gala. I hope they are good but he just seemed extremely happy to be around all the celebrities. I kind of figured he did not have as much as she did by how excited he was.

  • Jason

    Either way – I still love the Black woman to life. No other woman compares to her. For all you Black women that hate Black men – your choice. My wish is that you are able to find true happiness and love with the Whitest man you can find, and when he gets to whipping your butt – don’t call me. Just kidding.

    P.S. I also hope that Umar is wrong. I hope that the Reddit dude doesn’t take Serena to the bank.

  • Kylah Lenore

    Serena Williams is worth $161mil more than her husband, but I’m not sure why that matters? Hopefully she has a prenup and the marriage will last forever as planned and she’ll never have to use it. My thing is why ignore the fact that Mary J Blige, Sherri Shepard, Janet Jackson and Mel B are all paying spousal support to a black men? Mel is actually on her 2nd round of spousal support with her 2nd black ex-husband. So yeah we have our Aisha Tyler’s and Halle Berrie’s who had to pay their ex-husbands that happen to be white, but look at the stats, black men or Alpha Black men as Dr. Johnson puts it are taking sistah’s for rides every day, why are we ignoring that?? Why are we also ignoring the fact that George Lucas and Robert De Niro are both married to black women? De Niro has been married 20 years. It’s starting to be a tad disturbing that Dr. Johnson focuses so heavily on interracial relationships when he could be focused on our communities and fixing whats wrong within our interpersonal relationships with each other. I don’t believe Love is ever wrong.

  • Brian C.

    Its alot sambo niggaz in here trying to bash Dr. Umar Johnson, but it was said that white supremacy will brainwash these blacks that wants, and hope to be accepted by these devils. we who do understand know that we gonna have to campaign against our own to achieve our mission.

  • Brian C.

    I dont care who serena marry, but in my humble subjective a white person can not ever understand our struggles and what we go through day to day as people. But I will say this, Dr. Umar did make a great point when he said will that white boy would have marry her if she wasn’t serena the tennis star player. dam intergration was a bad Idea, it brainwash alot of black people who wanted to be accepted. SMDH

  • Joey CoCo

    Umar is right. Sorry black people – wake up and see where you are in the world and how you are regraded in it. You are the least valued, least respected, most hated people on the planet – and the main reason is because you don’t love yourself like all other peoples love themselves.