The Washington Post has an article with various people in the DC-area debating the relative merits of the Oscar-winning song, "It's Hard Out Here For A Pimp."
17-year-old Erika Scott who runs a group blog, "What Do You Know":
"It was a struggle for us last night because we wanted to root for the blacks, but the blacks were pimps and hos on the Oscars, so it was confounding," she said. "Image is everything, and we have to be so careful about the way we position ourselves in front of larger audiences."
A comment on a BET.com messageboard:
"While you are praising this 'great' accomplishment we are being laughed at, mocked with an I told you so grin on their faces. I'm not being negative, I'm being a realist"
Just some interesting perspectives on the wins.