/  06.02.2020


A$AP Rocky responded to fans on Monday (June 1) who accused the rapper of not being involved in protesting efforts against the recent police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. The A$AP Mob rapper explained that while he has been involved in activism efforts, he doesn’t like to share his involvement on social media or for the “photo opps.”

“WE PROTESTED N DEEZ STREETS, NO PRESS ,NO CAMERAS ,NO INSTAGRAM .NOT 4 NO BRAGGIN RIGHTS OR PHOTO OPPS,” Rocky tweeted on Monday (June 1). “SH*T WAS JUST GENUINE.”

He also opened up about his own protesting experiences, adding that during the nationwide protesting “4 ONCE ITS LIKE DA WHOLE SHARED THE SAME PAIN.”

“I DONT POST MY EVERY MOVE, NOT MY THING BUT WE FAR FROM SILENT N ITS STILL FUK12!” he concluded.

Despite not posting his protesting efforts on his own social channels, a photo of him spray painting “Fu*k 12” was posted by AWGE’s Instagram account — a creative agency that he founded.

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Several of hip hop’s elite have announced their support for the protests, with rappers like J. Cole and Tyler, the Creator have joined protestors on the frontlines in their home cities. On Sunday (May 31), Tory Lanez took to Twitter to speak on the looting and property damage that has happened after some protests.

“When my rich celeb friends in they house and on the gram like, ‘Stop looting u fu*king up our business,’ Y’all can miss me with that sh*t,” he wrote. “Y’all ni**as is rich! Y’all not feeling the pain of these people out there that done lost they job and are deeply affected by this.”

“Ni**as wanna cry about protecting these businesses of these huge brands and corporations from looting …. AS IF THESE STORES DONT GOT INSURANCE TO GET ALL THAT SH*T BACK! I don’t condone looting . But the people gone do what they feel is right. Period.”

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