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Lil Duval questions why black women can say they don’t like tall dudes, or light-skinned dudes, and it be okay, but black men get raked over the coals when they say they don’t like dark-skinned girls, co-signing Chris Brown; T.I. agrees #BlackMenDontCheat

By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

When it comes to Lil Duval, he’s actually been around longer than most realize. The popular comedian became known, when he began doing the MTV series, “Guy Code,” with Charlamagne Tha God. From 2012-2016, he and Charlamagne dominated MTV and MTV2.

Since then, Lil Duval has found success in the music industry, of all places. Last fall, he dropped the single, “Smile B*tch,” which ended up going number one. Getting in on the fun, Charlamagne Tha God gave him an assist on “Black Men Don’t Cheat,” his second single.

While their single has become a social media trope, Chris Brown has landed in hot water, with Tokyo Vanity accusing him of not letting dark-skinned women into his VIP section. As that is proving controversial, Lil Duval has one question. He asks why can black women state their preferences, but black men can’t, getting co-signs from Gilbert Arenas and T.I.

Read Lil Duval’s tweet below:

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