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Latest Iphone Commercial Clowns Black Women For Being Loud & Rude To Everyone Around Them! (Video)

Latest Iphone Commercial Clowns Black Women For Being Loud & Rude To Everyone Around Them! (Video)

by May 10, 2019 0 comments

Hollywood Stays Clowning Black Women!!
By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

So, she makes sure that all of her teeth are showing and she also makes sure that she can be as loud as she possibly can be but is this show stereotypical or just funny?

I was watching the NBA finals and saw an Iphone commercial that was touting how private the phone is but it was showing a black woman hooping and hollaring over text that were coming to her phone…. Take a look!

I know that I am probably not the right person to ask because I know that you guys think I am too hard on black women, but are you meaning to tell me that when you saw a store full of non black people looking at her like she was crazy you see no issue with that?

That she is fat as hell and not married, you see no problem with that?

I want to know how they cast for this? Did they ask for a fat black woman and was the director saying to her, hey blacken it up more, show more teeth, be more obnoxious? I am just confused by this is all!


The ad posted to Apple’s YouTube page, titled “Inside Joke,” centers around a woman reading an iMessage conversation on her iPhone XR. Echoing the privacy theme, viewers are not privy to the contents of the conversation which, judging by the woman’s reaction, is immensely humorous.

A majority of the minute-long spot consists of a single uninterrupted shot of the iPhone owner reading incoming texts. Each new message is funnier than the last and what begins as a chuckle soon turns into hysterical laughter.

The ad cuts to a wide shot, showing the woman in a salon getting a pedicure with other customers and staff nearby. A closing shot puts iPhone XR front and center as the woman continues to cackle.

A tagline reads, “iMessage encrypts your conversations [b]ecause not everyone needs to be in on the joke,” and is followed by the campaign’s slogan, “Privacy. That’s iPhone.” 

Friday’s commercial is the third in a series touting iPhone’s various privacy features. The first debuted in March and served as a general introduction to Apple’s new iPhone advertising thrust. A second spot, also aired in March, highlighted anti-ad tracking measures in Safari.

Apple’s campaign arrives amidst a wider push for data privacy in the tech sector. Over the past few weeks, serial offenders Facebook and Google have attempted to recast their respective public images as born-again reformers, promising transparency and offering user tools to manage collected information. Both, however, continue to operate business strategies reliant on customer data.