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The tables have turned!

In case you missed it, Atlanta rapper Rawcus dropped an amazing video for his song "White People Crazy." It features adventurous white people participating in activities that Rawcus and most reasonable people would deem, well, crazy. (For real, though, why would a person choose to put their hand, a hand we presume he or she needs, in the mouth of an alligator? There's also the dude French-kissing his dog.) 

It's been dubbed the first viral video of 2014 by dailydot.com. The Internet loves it.

But, surprise! Those who believe in reverse racism weren't happy about the video's success.

This guy thinks that this video is proof that equality is a myth. Ha!

These people really wish they could make fun of people of color in the same way:

Indeed, it is terribly sad that we were well on our way to a country without racism before this video came along. Way to ruin it all, Rawcus:

Reverse racism just isn't real. And if there are any reverse-racism proponents reading this post, watch this to learn what it would actually take to make your claims actually stick. Warning: You'll need a time machine.

One more thing: Rawcus is choosing to keep his real identity hidden. But you should really, really read his bio.

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