No. It's not about having talent. It's about not understanding that work has to happen. The people who are susceptible to this sort of race-baiting are letting the negative feedback of learning get in the way of their desire to learn. As a result, they figure that everyone else is simply "talented" because they seemingly don't suffer from the pressure of learning or learn more quickly, when in reality the reasons for that are varied, ranging from having more time to draw, to having the resources to hire better teachers, to living in a society that is more willing to foster early artistic interest, to simply liking the process more than you and thus being more willing to put up with the negative feedback loop of initial ineptitude.
The "THE ONLY THING STOPPING YOU IS YOU" mentality is a meme, but so are asian jeans and """"talent"""" and other similar things for the most part. The reasons why some people learn faster and easier than others are myriad and complex, and can't simply be boiled down to your "race." Anyone serious about genetics would know that it isn't even that simple anyway, and that there are high amounts of individual variance within "racial" populations. People here see asians as the best artists because they like asian art and expose themselves to more of it as a result. That's it. It has nothing to do with being "asian," and anyone can apply themselves will be capable of doing what they do.
If anything, that's the biggest irony of all. Lots of asian cultures put a big emphasis on the consistent application of time in order to learn a skill. That's how "they" become good at things. No one here wants to do that, they just want to whine about how if they were asian they wouldn't be NGMI.