Tory Lanez Requires Safety of Black Males in On-line Petition
Tory Lanez is asking for the safety of Black males.
On Tuesday, the Toronto rapper began a petition on Change.org to protest what he feels is unfair therapy of Black male celebrities like himself.
“We’re watching the business and pretend cancel tradition take away all of our legendary black males , black celebrities and black moguls …..from festivals , from our tradition and from our lives,” wrote Tory, who began the petition underneath the alias “Defend Black Males.” “And it begins with us …. we should make a change .. so we will maintain our black males thriving.”
He questioned why Black males usually are not being supported within the wake of the George Floyd protests. “We stood for equal rights of black males 2 years in the past with GEORGE FLOYD .. what modified from ‘then to now’ with reference of the safety of BLACK MEN … ‘a person just isn’t his craft … and the craft ought to by no means be judged by the person’ don’t allow them to use our private life conditions to make faux tales which were misconstrued to hinder and taint our legacies.”
Tory, who’s going through felony assault expenses within the taking pictures of Megan Thee Stallion, claims that Black males are being focused and their livelihoods are in danger. “STAND FOR US … WE ARE THE BACK BONE OF CULTURE,” he continued. “If we lose this struggle we lose the HEAD of the identical tradition that now we have identified and beloved and OWNED for the final 2000 years … the BLACK MAN NEEDS TO BE PROTECTED . Step one is PROTECTING OUR CULTURE !! HELP US.”
Tory’s petition, which at the moment has round 400 signatures, comes within the wake of a petition to take away Kanye West from the Coachella lineup after his social media assaults on Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, D.L. Hughley, Trevor Noah, and others. That petition has over 32,000 signatures.
After the taking pictures incident involving Tory in July 2020, Megan Thee Stallion known as for the safety of Black ladies.
“We stay in a rustic the place now we have the liberty to criticize elected officers. And it’s ridiculous that some individuals suppose the easy phrase ‘Defend Black ladies’ is controversial,” the “Savage” rapper wrote in an op-ed for The New York Occasions. “We need to be protected as human beings. And we’re entitled to our anger a few laundry checklist of mistreatment and neglect that we endure.”