Here’s What’s So Powerful About The DMX Challenge Black Women Of Twitter Are Having Fun With
Who knew 20 years after rapper DMX air-dried the names of his sexual partners in his 1999 hit “What These Bitches Want” Black women of Twitter would be co-opting the lyrics? In a recent social media challenge circulating online, Black women are showing off the ways in which they can get creative with their looks. Dubbed dmx challenge, women have been syncing up their various hair selfies to the original lyric roll call.
The result is a master class in Black hair excellence and diversity.
In the challenge, Black women are proving the tumbao knows how to serve a lewk x 1000.
If you don’t remember the lyrics to the original song keep up:
“There was Brenda, LaTisha, Linda, Felicia, Dawn, LeShaun, Ines and Alicia, Teresa, Monica, Sharron, Nicki, Lisa, Veronica, Karen, Vicky (damn), Cookie, well I met her in a ice cream parlor, Tonya, Diane, Lori and Carla, Marina, Selena, Katrina, Sabrina, about three Kims (WHAT?) LaToya and Tina, Shelley, Bridget, Cathy, Rasheeda, Kelly, Nicole, Angel, Juanita, Stacy, Tracie, Ronna and Ronda, Donna, Yolanda, Tawana and Wanda..”
The viral hashtag is proof of Black women’s ability to compliment any style– no matter the length, color or curl pattern.
Now if you’re not up to date on the number of names DMX says in his piece never fear! We’ve done the math.
DMX spouts off the names of 46 different women that he’s slept with and you better believe the wigs of Black Nation are rising to the occasion.
Which means 46 looks that the challenge is trying to get women to show off.
And tbh the number of looks the women are serving in just a year alone are BEYOND beyond.
In case you didn’t know the looks form Yolanda and Vicky are so far the best.
And while spotting a hairstyle to match with each name might seem impossible, these girls are nailing it.
Literally not a single Becky look is being served in this challenge.
Like this woman even sneaks in a few extra looks.
Which is proof that when it comes to creativity and style, Black women will never come up short.
That’s right girl, the marathon continues. Tag us in your DMX challenge so we can see your looks of the year.
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