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Olivia Rodrigo is being accused of talking in a Blaccent


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God America is so pathetic when it comes to **** like this

Genuine question: what if it’s not her home environment, but cultural environment? I mean, could it be that these teenagers are so influenced by Black culture from the Internet that they unintentional

Imagine being this pressed

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If it’s not a product of her home environment, it’s a blaccent. 

Can’t say for sure. But Billie Eilish is definitely guilty of it. 
 

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I don't know much about Olivia Rodrigo but this Twitter user seems a bit... too pressed, almost. I mean, that video is one thing but to attach those other tweets to it is definitely another :awkney:

 

 

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This is not an issue.

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Just now, Pennywise said:

I don't know much about Olivia Rodrigo but this Twitter user seems a bit... too pressed, almost. I mean, that video is one thing but to attach those other tweets to it is definitely another :awkney:

 

 

Then again, it's a question of how much is being a culture culture and how much is genuine, and I don't think I can answer that question because I don't live in the U.S. or anywhere English is the main language. 

 

The English I have learned does include AAVE, for example, because I learned it through media and not from an academic medium. What would that mean in the US context? 

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4 minutes ago, ShayCristoforo said:

If it’s not a product of her home environment, it’s a blaccent. 

Genuine question: what if it’s not her home environment, but cultural environment? I mean, could it be that these teenagers are so influenced by Black culture from the Internet that they unintentionally adapt it?

Kind of like, English is not my first language, so I didn’t even know it when I was a kid (let alone spoke it with any kind of accent). Then at the age of like 8 I started learning it and I was actually taught British English. But now I speak with an American accent because pretty much everything I consume in English comes from the US. You know what I mean? It’s not intentional.

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2 minutes ago, Pennywise said:

The English I have learned does include AAVE, for example, because I learned it through media and not from an academic medium. What would that mean in the US context? 

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