There are few kinds of humor that transcend race, class, and age, but if there is one thing everybody can laugh at, it’s wiggers. Clueless white kids from the middle of nowhere acting out a cartoonish, absurdly ignorant version of what they think urban black people are like = never not funny (file under “everything I know about black people I learned from rap videos and GTA San Andreas”). But what people don’t talk about nearly as often is the flip side of that coin, which is when black people have lulzy misconceptions of white culture.
For example, Cali Swag District’s much less-popular song “Tatted Like A Biker Gang, in which they go to a low-rent tattoo shop, put on motorcycle helmets, and brag about being “tatted like a rocker” while the confused white people who work at the shop stand around awkwardly like “I’m not sure what I’m supposed to be doing… do you want me to just watch while you rap or whatever?” But much like you can’t blame a kid from Nebraska for his ignorance about black people, you can’t really fault these guys– they are from Inglewood, where white people are in pretty short supply.
Shop Boyz “Party Like A Rockstar” is the original masterpiece of “black dudes doing a lulzy impression of ‘white rockers.’” As far as I can tell, the concept is “What do white people do in their free time?” We spend our weekends in muscle cars doing donuts in the dirt, playing guitars, and blowing shit up, apparently. “Totally, dude!!” = how they think white people talk- I love it!!
For more information about this subject, watch “Wassup Rockers,” a very good movie that a white person made about Southern California PIERCETHEVEILCORE kids, rich white girls who fetishize them, and how black dudes call people with long hair, tattoos, or skateboards “rockers.”