Silk Fires Back at ‘Woke’ Professor Who Celebrated Diamond’s Death, Makes Him Retract Statements

Rochelle Richardson, Silk of “Diamond and Silk,” has fired back at Temple University’s “woke” professor Marc Lamont Hill after he celebrated Diamond’s death on social media.

Lamont Hill was among several leftists who tweeted comments that mocked the death of Diamond, real name Lynnette Hardaway.

As Slay News reported, Hardaway tragically passed away earlier this week.

While her cause of death has yet to be made public, leftists spread conspiracy theories on Twitter that claimed she died of Covid because she refused vaccines.

Lamont Hill said after Diamond’s tragic passing:

“Diamond, of the right-wing, Trump-loving duo Diamond and Silk, has died.

“In late November, she was hospitalized due to COVID-19.

“The duo was fired by Fox News a couple years ago for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines.

“You cannot script this stuff.”

Silk fired back: “I will NOT allow you or any other MOFO the opportunity to disparage, slander & lie on my sister and I.

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“Where’s your proof that my sister was ever hospitalized due to Covid and that we were fired from Fox?

“Investigate Before You Celebrate!

“You have until 12 noon today to retract.”

Hill caved and retracted his statements saying: “No celebration here.

“I based my tweets about the hospitalization on news reports.

“As I noted yesterday, some (like Blavity) have since taken them down. (I have yet to see anyone retract.)

“Media reports of your firing are in numerous outlets.

“I was also told this by a Fox exec.

“I haven’t actually heard you say that the November hospitalization for COVID didn’t happen.

“But if you are saying that, then I accept that.

“And I happily retract.

“Regarding Fox, after reading your explanation in your book and countless independent reports, I believe you were fired.

“But again, if you say that the execs, news outlets, and sources are all wrong, then I’ll retract that too.

“This feels more semantic than substantive, but I’m not invested enough in it to argue.

“Especially at a time where you deserve comfort and peace rather than contention.”

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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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