So Buzzfeed recently did a video called "27 Questions Black People Have For Buzzfeed" If you haven't seen it already, don't bother. It's based on dated stereotypes and internalized racism, and it completely misses the mark. It was the object of ridicule of Black Twitter, and other black Buzzfeed employees made it a point to say that they weren't affiliated with the unfortunate affair. Now black people are raising their eyebrows not at each other, but at Buzzfeed. So in the spirit of Buzzfeed - a taste of their own medicine: here are 27 questions black people have for Buzzfeed.
As a follow up, Buzzfeed even issued an apology tweet. They knew they were wrong.