"One guy just kept sending me rap lyrics"
"Was it macklemore?'
"I fuckin' hate that guy"
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How serious is this?
in what sense
The whole premise sounds like an Onion article, but it looks at least semi-serious in the way the video presents it. Is it comedy?
Yeah it's comedy but it's using comedy to attempt to shed light on in issue: in this case how people are known to racially discriminate while dating.But yeah when they're fucking with interviewees and stuff it's just jokes
But yeah when they're fucking with interviewees and stuff it's just jokes