When the rapper and business tycoon sparked a controversy earlier in the week over his “White Lives Matter” clothing, Antonio Brown seemed to support Kanye West.
A video of Brown and West working on a hip-hop song collaboration was shared on Instagram. Brown is a free agent NFL wide receiver who left the field in the middle of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ game against the New York Jets in January after taking off his jersey and pads.
Brown wrote in the caption. : “All Lives Matter.”
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He commented on Brown’s Instagram Stories: “@kanywest, the strategy is always in place. Change is coming. Trust.”
Hollywood was shaken by West’s outfit choice and his description of the Black Lives Matter movement as a “scam,” which led to criticism of the rapper from actors, actresses, and models.
White Lives Matter shirt worn by West at Yeezy fashion show in Paris. Candace Owens, a conservative broadcaster, shared a picture of the two on Instagram.
Then he wrote something on his Instagram Stories.
“The fraud that was Black Lives Matter is well known. Now it’s done (sic). I’m grateful “Before it was deleted, he wrote.
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Later, in another Instagram post, he reiterated his position.
He captioned the photo, writing, “Here’s my latest reaction when people ask me why I made a tee that says white lives matter THEY DO.
He also published an interview with professor Tatishe M. Nteta, who acknowledged that West is “not alone” among Black Americans in his views on the Black Lives Matter movement but also asserted that his activities can “hurt” others by adhering to a “White supremacist slogan.”
Black academics are on my side, West said beside a picture of the piece.