I live in a part of London that has a lot of brown people. All different shapes and sizes. I’ve noticed that 95% of the youth however all share the same trait. They all believe they are in fact black. Now when I say black, I don’t mean they all act proud and praise their new god:

They usually act like the general “Rude Bois” you see on the streets hanging in groups of 5 or more, one of which will normally have a dog on a chain leech.

They will come out with what can only be described as taking the English language and raping it. They will take an instant liking to Reggae music without even understanding the lyrics, not that there’s anything wrong with that. For brown people who act like this, I have come up with a term for it: Apache Indian Syndrome. For those of you who don’t know who he is:


See he was the man who started the craze. I dunno weather to applaud him and his music career or to despise him for starting a new generation of Brown people who think they are black.

Now for those of you, who are yet to experience someone with Apache Indian Syndrome, here are a few things you should look out for:

Inability to wear a belt:


Outrageously messed up hair styles:


A blatant disregard for the English language, here are a few examples:

Blud: This means “Friend” or “Acquaintance”. As in, “What’s up blud?”

Skeen: This means, “Cool”, to show understanding. As in, “I understand what you are saying”

“You get me?”: This one is pretty simple, “Do you understand?”

Jammin: To chill and relax.

Bun: To not bother with something.

There are loads more, however I actually do not think my mind can handle having to go through each one.

If you want more information on people with Apache Indian Syndrome, hang around East London, if you wish to to delve deeper, watch Channel U. Also it would help if you was mentally unwell .

For any Apache Indian Syndrome suffers who somehow managed to find this post, who are offended and which to shank or cap me, please do note that I’m not hating. I just wanna have a laugh.

Peace ya’ll!

Here’s a dancing bear:


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