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Lil Duval Drops “Black Men Don’t Cheat” And Twitter Explodes

Featuring Charlamagne Tha God, Duval’s new track has Twitter on fire.

Lil Duval has been entertaining people for a long time.

From his early stand up days as Roland Powell and his routine based upon Musiq Soulchild’s 2000 hit “Just Friends” to his addictive chorus on “Smile (Living My Best Life)”, Duval has been making audiences laugh for almost two decades.

But today he made audiences on Twitter feel some sort of way with the release of his song “Black Men Don’t Cheat” featuring Charlamagne Tha God.

Say what you will about the song, Duval’s past as it relates to the lyrics and concept or anything else that comes to mind, but there’s no denying that it struck a major nerve on Twitter today. It set things off and now it’s now trending #1 with the hashtag #blackmendontcheat. Most interesting is the fact that it’s caused lines to be drawn in the sand.

Some got defensive, some aggressive and others simply laughed it off. But regardless of the reaction, the fact is that Duval has everyone up in their emotions over this hot button topic, one that’s not new and has been discussed and debated for the longest time.

Here are a few of the Tweets in the firestorm that is #blackmendontcheat on Twitter:

lil duval on Twitter

Today we celebrate all the men that try to be faithful. From this day forth we will try to be better. BLACK MEN STAND UP!!!! ✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿 #blackmendontcheat https://t.co/NU23PTHUNG

 

R.Corrie on Twitter

Congratulations to all my African American brothers on their new holiday #BlackMenDontCheat #BlackMenDontCheatDay

 

 

 

Big ARYA Energy 😤💪🏾 on Twitter

BlackMenDontCheat is trending like Usher didn’t make a whole 2 part song confessing his CHEATING 😂 y’all get on my neeerves

 

 

Charlamagne Tha God on Twitter

No Weapon Formed Against A Faithful Blackman Shall Prosper. #BlackMenDontCheat

 

lil duval on Twitter

Trending number 1 in the US and 15 worldwide ✊🏿 #blackmendontcheat

 

The Breakfast Club on Twitter

Narratives were meant to be re-written | #BlackMenDontCheat

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