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Has Nicole Arbour whitewashed Childish Gambino’s 'This is America'?

Nicole Arbour has been accused of whitewashing Childish Gambino’s polarizing music video "This is America." The YouTuber created a parody called "This Is America: Women’s Edit," which highlights issues women face such as depression and date rape. Arbour issued a statement via Twitter explaining her “rendition was to honour the spirt of the original video." What do you think?

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Watch Arbour's "This is America: Women's Edit" below, and tell us by voting if you think she appropriated or honored Gambino's music video.

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Arbour posted a lengthy note on Twitter defending her intentions. 

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Writer Jessie Dean Altman of Someecards said Arbour missed the mark. 

The issues that women face are serious ones and they do deserve attention. But latching on to a song and video with specific African-American symbolism is definitely not the way to do it.
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Power 105.1's Charlamagne Tha God gave Arbour his infamous "Donkey of The Day" for producing her version of "This is America."

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Has Nicole Arbour whitewashed Childish Gambino’s 'This is America'?
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#ArbourWhitewashed
#ArbourWasHonoring