You probably won't see this, but Kyle you are completely missing the point regarding cultural appropriation. It's not about saying white people or any other race can't wear say an afro because it'll be offensive to black people. No. It's basically looking at the fact that white people, as an example will sing R&B music, wear crownrows, wear afros, use slang terminology or sayings like "Bye Felicia," (and probably have never even seen "Friday" or know where it came from) and not only will they be looked at as great and edgy by "mainstream" society but it's like a saying that somebody had that I saw where it said "What if America loved black people as much as they love black culture?" So it's more about A) not acknowledging where the hairstyle or music or dances or whatever came from and B) not appreciating or valuing the very people you are more or less trying to imitate.
You did a video a couple months ago with Joe Rogan and a historian (can't remember his name) essentially saying that without black people in this country America would be dull, because we invented the dances, the music, along with the Irish created tap dance, the fashion, the slang, we're dominating in certain sports, etc. And that's what it's about. To quote a line that a character said in an episode of "Supernatural," which fits this subject perfectly "Oh and you like rap, but you're scared of black people."