Well look at that. BuzzFeed says it made a mistake by posting the video “27 Questions Black People Have for Black People.”
The popular website issued a tweet apology on Monday.
“We’ve heard your concerns about last week’s video. We made a mistake, and want to get better at earning the trust of our black audience,” the site tweeted Monday.
But of course, people were like, ‘nah.’
@BuzzFeedVideo Hire actual people that will tell you it's a FUCK NO when you plan on releasing things like this then.
— Sherrick ™ (@JustShers) April 18, 2016
— ♓vee (@islandVivi) April 18, 2016
— Despa Robinson (@DespaStayFresh) April 19, 2016
— Mikelle Street (@MikelleStreet) April 18, 2016
@BuzzFeedVideo But did you take that trash down?
— LV (@LVshewontstop) April 18, 2016
And the only reason BuzzFeed has a black audience is because of their extension site, CocoaButter, which is the dumbest name ever, by the way.