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Fabolous Calls Out New Generation Of Adults Following Lack Of Cook Outs In Celebration Of July 4th, “What Happen To The Good Vibes”

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Cousins! Somebody get Fabolous a cheeseburger and a hot dog fresh off the grill because he is too fed up with the new generation of adults today, as he called folks out on social media for not committing to throwing cookouts in celebration of Independence Day!

“Where the 4th of July BBQ at???’ questioned the Brooklyn, New York rapper in his Instagram stories.

He added, ” This generation don’t wanna do nothing but TWERK, SMOKE HOOKAH, SCAM, BE ON INSTAGRAM, HAVE OPPS, SHOOT PEOPLE, GO VIRAL, TAKE DRUGS, F**K SOMEONE ELSE MAN OR GIRL & TALK ABOUT PEOPLE,” along with a laughing emoji.

” What happen to the good vibes??’

As social media users immediately took to our comment section in response to Fabolous’s July 4th rant. While some questioned the 45 year old’s statmenent, others agreed with him and a large majority noted that as a culture we celebrate Juneteenth over Independence Day.

“That’s cause we moved all the cookouts to Juneteenth! Duh…get hip Fab,” wrote one Instagram user.

‘Where was he?! A lot of folks were outside especially for the Macy’s Fireworks. Most”minorities”are essential workers not everyone is off. Who’s celebrating this holiday? It was huge Juneteenth activities all over NYC. Missed out,” wrote another social media user.

“Please research what the 4th of July meant to we as Black people! Then you’ll get your answer!’

“Of course he didn’t get the memo that we ain’t puttin on for the caulidays no mo.”

“Not true at all our generation is that generation of OUR HOME IS OUR PEACE we don’t like letting everyone know where we live and don’t like everyone in our homes HIS GENERATION raised skeezahs and bruhman type of people that’s why we don’t throw cookouts at the spot 😂”

Independence Day also known as the Fourth of July or July 4th is recognized as a federal holiday within the United States, marking the Declaration of Independence. July 4th, 1776 is noted as the day the thirteen colonies ranging from southern and middle colonies in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut; New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia were no longer under the rulings of Britain’s government.

Independence Day has been deemed controversial for African Americans for centuries seeing how the fourth is symbolized as a day of freedom however slavery wasn’t abolished until nearly a hundred years later. At the time the Declaration of Independence was signed thousands of Black and brown people were still enslaved.

June 19th, 1866 on the other hand marks the official date slavery had ended in the United States. It is considered Black Independence Day, Freedom Day, Emancipation Day, Jubilee and more.

In 2021 following the tragic murder of George Floyd and the amplified social justice movements that erupted across the country Juneteenth officially became a national holiday.

Cousins let us know in the comments your thoughts on this below!

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