Student or Learner
Apparently, some people find it "cool" to use the third-person singular present tense suffix after I + verb. Eg., "I loves you." (I've even come across with, "I loveth you. " I assume the person who wrote this wanted to be "super cool". ), "I has it." I have noticed this with a bunch of native English speakers, mostly American girls.
Is this really "trendy"? How do these sentences ("I loves you.", "I loveth you.", "I has it.", etc.) sound to an educated American?
The speaker in suprunp's post is a black British person.
If it's put on as a mark of solidarity for or against something, then it irritates me. That's just my personal dislike of artificiality