An umbrella statement for it is the hatred of #BlackExcellence.
That hard and soft hatred definitely raises its snaked head whenever Serena or Venus, Beyoncé or Solange, etc., does something exceptionally creative (as opposed to widely celebrated mediocrity) that is also positive and liberating. However, such expressions are consistently dealt with in a negative light by those who purport to be supportive of different cultural expressions and creative tolerance.
What some apparently tolerate is creative people doing what they (those outside of the culture being critiqued) say is not offensive to their own (creatively colonizing?) cultural sensibilities. Yet it wouldn’t be creative excellence or liberating if obeying another’s imposed terms was the only driving force for us artists.