As far as Kanye West is concerned, Black Lives Matter is over.
According to a report from Breitbart News, the controversial rap legend posted a haiku of sorts to his Instagram stories, declaring the BLM movement dead:
Everyone knows that
Black Lives Matter was a scam
Now it’s over
From Breitbart News:
West’s terse declaration comes as BLM is currently under fire for allegedly misappropriating millions of dollars in fundraising.
As Breitbart News reported, Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (GNF) executive Shalomyah Bowers has been accused of “siphoning” off more than $10 million from donors, allegedly funneling the money to his consulting firm after he joined the board of the foundation.
Earlier this year, BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors admitted to using the group’s $6 million property to host private parties after she had previously resigned from the organization. Cullors previously came under fire for purchasing a $1.4 million compound in the upscale Los Angeles neighborhood of Topanga.
More over at Breitbart News:
Kanye West: ‘Everyone Knows that Black Lives Matter Was a Scam. Now It’s Over.’
Reality has finally been spoken.
Isn’t this one of the best examples of speaking Truth to power you’ve ever heard ?
— RedState (@BordersUSA) October 4, 2022
West was also seen wearing a ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt at Paris fashion week, according to Pitchfork.
Kanye West is at Paris Fashion Week. First, he walked the runway for Balenciaga. He then presented his own Yzy Szn 9 fashion show. At the show, West wore a long-sleeve T-shirt with the phrase “WHITE LIVES MATTER” emblazoned on the back. On the front is an image of Pope John Paul II and the words “Seguiremos Tu Ejemplo,” which translate in English to “We Will Follow Your Example.” As Rolling Stone points out, “White Lives Matter” is categorized by the Anti-Defamation League as a “hate slogan” that’s been used by white supremacist groups including the Ku Klux Klan and the Aryan Renaissance Society.