Ohio-origin rap artist Kid Cudi has shared his thoughts about black superheroes in the movies and brought a different perspective to this situation by sharing a new tweet.
As we all know, DC FanDome event started today, and many upcoming superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and more will be discussed by the fans this weekend, as the first day of DC FanDome arrives.
The 36-year-old rapper took to Twitter after seeing the first day of DC Fan Dome event and discussed why the movies have black superheroes that don’t have ‘black’ in their name.
Here’s what Kid Cudi wrote:
“Can we get a black superhero that doesn’t have ‘Black’ in their name? That would be cool.”
Following his controversial tweet, many fans flooded to the comment section to give him a lot of examples that feature black superheroes that don’t have black in their name.
A fan wrote:
“Falcon or the new captain America???? Cyborg, Spiderman, Luke cage, spawn, green lantern, and war machine. Come on, dude.”
Another Twitter user said:
“Storm, Luke Cage, Man of Steel, Falcon, Green Lantern. This ain’t it chief.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
Can we get a black superhero that doesn't have 'Black' in their name? That would be cool.
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) August 22, 2020