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The de facto conglomerate known as “black Twitter” has demonstrated time and time again that it is funny, relentless and bombastic on issues relating to race and culture and can unleash the fury of God (or the wit of Richard Pryor) on those who find themselves lurking around those kinds of topics without a darn good reason. 

No one knows what started the #WhiteGirlsDoItBetter hashtag, but it’s safe to say that African-American Twitter users finished it. 

https://twitter.com/ogshayla/status/619612748989730821https://twitter.com/loopzoop/status/619599656750817280https://twitter.com/allicatttx/status/619617616773148673https://twitter.com/pearlyafi/status/619612226589036544https://twitter.com/_katieevans_/status/616027861506478080https://twitter.com/lexsenpai/status/619611290558840832https://twitter.com/angelical_afro/status/619596676139843584

Once again, black Twitter proved it’s a force to be reckoned with. 

For more of black Twitter, check out The Chatterati on The Root.

Diana Ozemebhoya Eromosele is a staff writer at The Root and the founder and executive producer of Lectures to Beats, a Web series that features video interviews with scarily insightful people. Follow Lectures to Beats on Facebook and Twitter.