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Definition funny of Blacka:
ok, ya know how the "nigga" means a dude of color, and "wigga" means a white dude trying to be black. Well the word "cracka" is what blacks call whites, so "blacka" must mean a black dude who wants to be white.
"jacko aint no blacka..." yup that just sounds terrible...
Combines "Black" with "Cracka". Blacka is a black guy that acts like a white prep. Opposite of "wigger".
Carlton from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
damn i gotta blacka like a wozzeck
Songs about Blacka:
Blacka Da Berry [Explicit] by Alfonzo Hunter from the Album Blacka Da Berry [Explicit]
Gal a Watch Yuh (feat. Blacka) [Explicit] by Alton Black from the Album Gal Dem Mix Up
Big Long Featuring John Shaneo & Blacka Demus by Summer Angel from the Album A Slice of Heaven
Black bläcka blues by Djävulen Möblerar Om from the Album Black Bläcka Blues
Blacka Black Dub by Pablo All Stars from the Album Message Music: Augustus Pablo's Digital Productions 1986-1994
Blacka Black Dub (2000 Digital Remaster) by Vital Dub from the Album Well Charged
Blacka Cinderella by I-Roy from the Album Black Man Time
Books about Blacka:
Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Treatment Manual: A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model for Training Parents... by Sue C., Landreth, Garry L., Kellam, Theresa, Blacka Bratton (1010)
Black--A Celebration: Published in association with the Smithsonian Institution by Deborah Willis (Dec 25, 2005)
BLACKÃ?Â?Ã'Â¢Ã?Â'Ã'Â... YOUNG NATURALIST SERIES: BIRDS OF BRITAIN. by WILFRED. WILLETT (Jan 1, 1951)
Wiki information Blacka:
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