Niecy Nash Is Hilarious In This Fake Hotline Ad For Racist White People

Niecy Nash Wants Racist White People To Call a Hotline Instead of 911

We didn’t see this one coming.

The New York Times is regarded as a place to find election polling updates and breaking scoops on the latest cabinet members to leave the Trump administration. It definitely has not been the home for SNL-style satire skits and especially not with Niecy Nash.

The publication of record loosened up a bit, producing a hilarious sketch aimed squarely at these 911-happy racists. In a bid to ward off any #fakenews attacks, they actually included a full list of 39 incidents including #BBQBecky and #CouponCarl.

All summer and fall long, there have been reports of white people calling the police on black people at corner stores and public parks for no justifiable reason.

The ad points out the fact that because of camera-equipped cell phones and social media, calling the police on black people isn’t what it used to be. “1-844-WYT-FEAR is revolutionizing the way racist white people cope with black people living near them,” Nash says in the vintage-style short.

Enjoyed this read? Check these out:

Stephanie Guerilus Is Taking ‘Control’ With Her Debut Novel
Kenya Moore’s Baby Shower: RHOA Star Gives Fans A Sneak Peek
Lessons From Chess: Be The Queen

Image via Niecy Nash’s Instagram 

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.