The death of George Floyd has brought the world together against police injustice like no other time in history. The protests have been continuing all of last week since Woods put out the statement. However, there are some who have not taken Woods seriously due to his past beliefs on race. One of those people is Willie D from the iconic hip hop group “The Geto Boys”.
I remember when you said you were Blasian. You were a proud POC, not Black. Wanted nothing to do with us despite having a Black father.
— Marley K (@MarleyK20) June 2, 2020
You could have just typed "Negroes behave." And saved a whole bunch of time and graphic design, etc.
We know you ain't with us. You've told us several times.
— J. Foncé (@ChocnessMonsta) June 2, 2020
Nigga please! https://t.co/gMfN0jh6f2
— Willie D (@WillieDLIVE) June 8, 2020
I was a cop. I am an Army veteran with a Masters. I was trained diligently to never put restrictions on a person's neck. Don't let the 5-10% bad cops influence your statements. Don't stereotype.
— Rozelyn Parker (@JustRozelyn) June 2, 2020