The only thing white people can comment on LiveLeak or WorldStar videos involving black people. Shorthand for "Despite making up 13% of the American population, blacks commit over 50% of violent crimes." Sometimes can be substituted with "1350."
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by huwhite February 02, 2019
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preposition UK /dɪˈspaɪt/ US /dɪˈspaɪt/

B1 without taking any notice of or being influenced by; not prevented by:

I still enjoyed the week despite the weather.
Despite repeated assurances that the product is safe, many people have stopped buying it.
+ -ing verb He managed to eat a big lunch despite having eaten an enormous breakfast.
despite yourself

If you do something despite yourself, you do it although you do not want to or although you know you should not:

He laughed despite himself.
She took the money from her mother's purse, despite herself.
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Trains are still running, despite the snow.
The pop festival passed off peacefully, despite the fears of local residents.
The overall situation is good, despite a few minor problems.
He was able to lead a normal life, despite the illness.
She manages to stay cheerful despite everything.
by Thomas Denning December 01, 2018
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without taking any notice of or being influenced by; not prevented by:

I still enjoyed the week despite the weather.
Despite repeated assurances that the product is safe, many people have stopped buying it.
+ -ing verb He managed to eat a big lunch despite having eaten an enormous breakfast.
despite yourself

If you do something despite yourself, you do it although you do not want to or although you know you should not:

He laughed despite himself.
She took the money from her mother's purse, despite herself.
More examples

Trains are still running, despite the snow.
The pop festival passed off peacefully, despite the fears of local residents.
The overall situation is good, despite a few minor problems.
He was able to lead a normal life, despite the illness.
She manages to stay cheerful despite everything.
Trains are still running, despite the snow.
The pop festival passed off peacefully, despite the fears of local residents.
The overall situation is good, despite a few minor problems.
He was able to lead a normal life, despite the illness.
She manages to stay cheerful despite everything.
by Thomas Denning December 01, 2018
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A word that has been engraved in everyones' minds, a curse like the words, "among us."

This word starts as a prefix to a the 13/50 , 13/52, and 13/90 meme of African-Americans committing fifty percent of violent crime yet only take up thirteen percent of the population.
"despite..." - person A
":trollface: go on" - person B
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