I’m French Canadian and Irish


Ken Stiggers

Boneqweesha Jones: "Welcome to Ghetto Science Public Television's special edition of 'Qweesha Live Special Report.' Wondering if I will jump on the Rachel Dolezal media bandwagon? The answer is yes. I have joined in this media frenzy because I have a special guest who claims to be the first 'transracial' radio and television personality. Welcome to the show, Mr. Mo'Tel Williams."

Mo'Tel Williams: "Thank you, Qweesha. I proudly claim the title of 'transracial' media super producer. I made my debut on a community radio station in Atlanta, Georgia, 22 years ago. The name of my late-night radio program was 'The I'm Not Black World Report with Super Producer Mo'Tel Williams'—not to be confused with Montel Williams or Brian Williams."

Boneqweesha Jones: "How did your listening audience react to you denying your race?"

Mo'Tel Williams: "A majority of the audience got mad because I kept saying, 'I'm not black. I'm Puerto Rican.' Every five to 10 minutes, I changed my race, ethnicity or nationality. I also bragged about wearing a polyester suit and Jheri Curl hairstyle."

Boneqweesha Jones: "Why do you deny being black, and when will you return to being black?"

Mo'Tel Williams: "It's a long story that I don't have time to tell on your show. And when America stops the hypocrisy and administers justice toward the people who are darker than blue, I will come back to being black. Until then, I'll be French Canadian and Irish."

Boneqweesha Jones: "Mo'Tel Williams proves there's nothing new under the sun."


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