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It’s ironic to hear that Jimmie Walker, also known as JJ Evans doesn’t think that black people feel that he’s “black enough.” Maybe they just don’t feel that he’s intelligent enough. Additionally, it’s awkward that a man would claim that he’s not considered black enough when he played one of the blackest and most embarrassing characters in the history of television. During her lifetime, Esther Rolle largely objected to the buffoonery of JJ’s character and didn’t like the fact that the network chose to make JJ ignorant and uneducated.
JJ’s new book is likely not going to be bought by very many black people. But we’re sure that the white people who buy the book are going to be quite thrilled to see their negro super hero out bashing people who look just like him. He’s 65-years old now and the man who once dated the famous bigot Ann Coulter is a man that we just don’t recognize.
The360Experiment.com tells more:
You probably didn’t know that Jimmie Walker is 65-years old. That means he’s reaching the Bill Cosby age where you just start ranting about things and don’t care if anyone likes what you have to say. In order to promote his new book, “Dyn-o-mite,” Walker has been appearing on every talk show he can get his hands on, from The O’Reilly Factor to CNN to pedal his wares.
Walker hasn’t been seen much in public since his 1970s hit show, “Good Times,” but is doing a good job of getting people not to like him.
Last week, when speaking with O’Reilly, walker went off on President Obama, stating that he doesn’t deserve the black vote or any vote. He also went after his old employee Jay Leno, stating that he hasn’t given anything back to young comedians. Walker grew up in the South Bronx and was once actually a comedian for the Black Panthers, which is one of those little-known worthless facts that someone might care that you actually know.