*By all accounts Larry Wilmore may have mostly bombed Saturday night delivering follow-up remarks to President Obama at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner.

However, it’s pretty much unanimous that he left a mark with his parting remark to President Obama: “Yo, Barry, you did it, my nigga.”

Needless to say, it left a lotta folks shocked. Including LA activist Najee Ali and calling for an apology from Wilmore. But, on the other hand, Black Twitter seems to be down with Wilmore.

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Meanwhile, on CNN’s live postgame show, contributor and Donald Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany weighed in on Wilmore’s set, and the remark, with some apparently unintentional irony:

Well Missy, we will agree that it wasn’t “classy,” but calling people out by their names is what comedians do. Duh!

Anyway, Marc Lamont Hill had a slightly different take, saying he had no problem with the use of the word, but saying that he just didn’t find it funny. He also said that Wilmore’s remark had “500 white people texting me asking me ‘Why would he use that word?’”

Hill also said there would be division within the black community (Najee Ali?) about whether Wilmore’s use of the word was “disrespectful,” but if Black Twitter is any indication, there is one thing that’s near-unanimous: nobody wants to hear what white people think about it. Check pout these tweets:

OK, that’s what Black Twitter had to say in support of Larry Wilmore. Here’s the opposite reaction from activist Najee Ali:

“The N-word is a word that we have fought decades to get rid of. It’s also the last word that a large segment of our ancestors heard when they were being murdered and lynched by slave owners and the Ku Klux Klan. To have the N-word directed at the President of the United States was despicable and it’s not a laughing matter. Larry Wilmore should be ashamed of himself and apologize immediately ”

Hmm, it seems this white guy below agrees with Najee Ali somewhat. And he thinks it presents a major problem for journalists. Oh yeah, check out the way he say “my nigga.” We’ll just leave it at that.