Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” got him in a lot of trouble with Marvin Gaye family and fans.

Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” got him in a lot of trouble with Marvin Gaye family and fans.

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According to a “satirical” letter that has recently hit the web, that’s what the entertainment industry is telling black artists who have taught white artists so very well how to, basically, rip them off.

Sebastien Elkouby – a hip hop enthusiast and nationally published writer – pens a letter from “the industry” that essentially puts black artists and African American entrepreneurs on notice that their “services are no longer required.”

The letter states eloquently, certainly with regard to the music industry, what black artists and their fans have been saying for years, yet with much more vigor over the past year, with white artists overshadowing blacks in areas more original to black culture.

Oh yeah, and did we mention Sebastien Elkouby is a white man?

Find the letter at EURThisNThat.