Kanye West: ‘Everyone Knows Black Lives Matter Was a Scam’

Music superstar Kanye West has dropped the hammer on his critics after provoking outrage by wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt at his fashion show in Paris.

Responding to the meltdown on Instagram, West declared that “Black Lives Matter was a scam” that is now “over.”

“Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam,” West wrote on his Instagram Story Tuesday morning.

“Now it’s over.

“You’re welcome,” he added, seemingly taking credit for exposing the far-left organization.

Van Lathan, a former TMZ producer, ripped West writing: “We don’t need a reminder of the worth of white lives.

“America is a shrine to the worth of white people.

“This message is reactionary to a message affirming the worth of Black lives, which have never been worth anything in America.

“In its intent, it’s a white supremacist notion.

“Because it posits that we can’t have a conversation about the worth of Black people without having a conversation about the worth of white people, which is f***ing insane.

“The notion that it always has to be about white people in America is incredibly frustrating, emotionally draining, and the whole problem.

“But here’s Kanye, apparently centering that notion.”

As Slay News reported, West grabbed headlines in Paris yesterday by wearing a shirt emblazoned with the phrase “White Lives Matter” on the back.

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He was joined by Candace Owens, who wore a matching shirt, while addressing attendees at his YZY SZN 9 presentation in Paris on Monday.

According to Complex: “During his opening remarks on Monday, Ye touched on a variety of topics, including how certain outlets focused on the delayed start time of his prior events when such delays were (in Ye’s words) merely a side effect of trying to “present the best idea.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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