A fictional character created and portrayed by comedian Dave Chappelle, Clayton Bigsby is a blind black man who mistakenly believes that he's white and holds bigoted attitudes toward his own race. In one pivotal scene, Bigsby speaks to an audience of white supremacists while donned in Ku Klux Klan robes. Bigsby even goes on to divorce his wife of 19 years—because she loved him: a black man. Clayton Bigsby is primarily used in allusion to or discussion of the character, sketch, and show.
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Living… as an unwitting black man in an all-white backwoods community. Clayton loves America and dislikes all minorities, pining for their returns to their respective home countries. Obviously, he has never left his own property without a white hood on. Profession… author and leading voice of the white supremacist movement in America. If you have hate in your heart, let it out. Means there's something wrong with Will!
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Top definition. Clayton Bigsby unknown. A blind person that hates his own race of people. He was raised at the Wexler Home of the Blind, where he was the only negro that lived there, so he was told that he was white. He grew up to be an author of six books about his distaste to non-Caucasian man; four of those books were published. Never seen in public because he hasn't left his property in years, until one day, he went to a book signing in town, and when he was asked to show his face, he shocked his audience with his black skin. Bigsby accepted the fact that he is black, but divorced his wife Prudence because she was a " nigger lover ". With their kung-fu and their silly ching-chang-chong talk!