The act of projecting the vernacular of urban black culture by a black person who has never lived this culture. It is as if they learned how to act "black" by reading about it in a book. The term comes from the research of Signithia Fordham, 1996, in here book "Blacked Out".
You may look Black, but you aint Black! You didn't come from us---you just book Black Black!
by 5nowdrop February 23, 2014