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race snapchat bob marley This Bob Marley Snapchat Filter Is Probably Blackface and Was Definitely a Bad Idea
Via: Uproxx
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With this Bob Marley Snapchat filter, the future of blackface is now! At least that's what some people are saying after seeing the Bob Marley filter in honor of 4/20, that celebrated holiday where people who peaked in high school skip work to smoke weed. It's making a lot of people upset:


via @getoutthebox, @jackwolfeIII@IamShaneMorris

But the blackface issue isn't the only problem. Bob Marley isn't really associated with 4/20 in any way. Sure, he's a famous Rastafarian and pot is associated with that religion but people are taking issue with the idea that that's all there is to it.


via @JamzLdn, @loIchase, @zawadi_fierce@KaylaAGreaves

I-HOP Customers Are Outraged at What Their Server Called Them and Thus Another Viral Receipt Is Born
Via: KVUE
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Arainia Brown and her boyfriend Rolman Sparkman just wanted to get take-out from the delicious breakfast (and sometimes other meals) food chains I-HOP. They ended up coming away with a tasty dinner and an offensive receipt. The server apparently typed in "BLACK PPL" to describe them and both Brown and Sparkman feel like he could have used a better term to identify the patrons. Rather than cause a stir and bring up the issue to a manager, Brown posted the receipt online which caused it to go viral. The couple have even done an interview explaining why they felt so upset:



Responses on the internet have ranged from calling their outrage justified to ridiculous. The general consensus is that it was rude at best. I-HOP has apologized and according to the video, so has the server. 

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