BLACK LIBERAL ACADEMIC, DR. TATISHE M. NTETA, Professor at University of Massachusetts –  Amherst and Director of the Poll, Says “KANYE IS NOT ALONE” in His Views on BLACK LIVES MATTER When Kanye West Publicly Condemned Black Lives Matter Saying “Everyone knows it was a scam”; Nteta Claims the African-American Communities Across America Support the Rapper’s Views.

Professor Tatishe M. Nteta said that the ‘white supremacist mantra’ on Kanye’s shirts at the fashion show has further alienated him from the majority of African Americans and what they believe

BLACK LIBERAL ACADEMIC, DR. TATISHE M. NTETA, Professor at University of Massachusetts –  Amherst and Director of the Poll, Says “KANYE IS NOT ALONE” in His Views on BLACK LIVES MATTER When Kanye West Publicly Condemned Black Lives Matter Saying “Everyone knows it was a scam”; Nteta Claims the African-American Communities Across America Support the Rapper’s Views.

Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Says, I Have Been Trying to Tell You People This For Years: Most Black People Love Being Black and Are Spiritually and Mentally Tough Enough to Deal With the Challenges of Being Black in America. But the Majority of Black People Are Not Down For Foolishness, the Abomination of Homosexuality, So-called Transgenderism, Males Going Into Female Bathrooms, and Males Playing Female Sports, Crime, Violence, the Disrespecting of Police Officers, the Burning Down of Police Stations, and HATING WHITE PEOPLE. And Now, Here Comes a Liberal Berkeley Ph.D. Graduate and a Rapper Telling America the Truth That Most Black People Are Not With This Foolishness. Whyte Says Further, SO SAY IT LOUD, I’M BLACK AND I’M PROUD AND I LOVE ALL PEOPLE RED, YELLOW, BLACK, AND WHITE FOR THEY ARE ALL PRECIOUS IN GOD’S SIGHT, AND I THANK GOD FOR THE BLUE, TOO.

Kanye West is ‘not alone’ in his skepticism at the Black Lives Matter movement, a leading black professor has said.

The rapper’s views are reflected by African American communities across the country despite the ‘harm’ his actions may cause, political scientist Tatishe M. Nteta warned.

While the 45-year-old singer is not upholding the beliefs traditionally held by black people across the US, there will be people within communities who agree with him, he added.

It comes after West was criticized for unveiling a ‘White Lives Matter’ t-shirt at his Paris fashion show yesterday.

Father-of-four Kanye posed for a photo wearing the controversial clothing with right-wing personality Candace Owens.

The Black Lives Matter organization seized on the chance to bash the rapper, claiming he was airing a ‘performative dog whistle’.

Source: MailonLine, Claudia Aoraha

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