Many of those comments do nothing but foment racism. Favortism for one race over another isn't correcting anything, it's creating more of the injustice it purports to address. Most people aren't racists. Charles Barkley pointed out a few months ago, most people are good and don't hate anyone because of their race, but in some cases corporate interests are to incite racism, and they do it through movies, news media, social media, and sadly, sports. As one fake racist incident after another has shown us in recent years, the corporate elite demand for racism is far outweighed by the supply.
A young man like Jaylen is too ignorant and too unappreciative of the massive blessing this country is for someone like himself to understand what he's saying or what is really happening.
Re: some of the comments ITT, as someone pointed out, 70%+ of black children grow up in a home without a father. Stats have shown time and again that black children in a home with both parents fare very close economically to other races. White children with only one parent generally fare almost as poorly as their black counterparts. The media racist narrative also ignores that some brown-skinned, such as Asian and Indian-Asian, fare better economically on average than whites. What do those races have in common? Tight-knit family units that stay together.
Blacks aren't in prison at greater rates because of racism. They're in prison at greater levels because young, black men commit violent crime at a rate far higher than any other demographic. 3% of the population committing half of the violent crime, and yes, much of this is largely due to gangs. And the numbers have swelled, in part because of a crime bill about 30 years ago that overly-punished users of a certain type of drug, primarily used by young, black men, a crime bill co-authored by then Senator Joe Biden. An accomplishment he has boasted of many times.
Black leaders would have done well to listen to Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, rather than ostracizing him. They've allowed Lyndon Johnson and his welfare system to nearly destroy the black family.