Southern University graduate, social activist and all-around Dirty South hip-hop vet David Banner has never been one to silence his political views.
And while he wasn't one to react outrightly bitter to news of a President Trump in office, Banner took to his Facebook to share new insight on Trump’s loyal American band of supporters.
In the live video, the Mississippi-bred rapper asserted that it is Black women, not Black men, who are becoming more of a target for persecution by Trump supporters. Visiting the University of Kentucky, he added that he spoke with the historically Black male fraternity Omega Psi Phi, better known as the “Ques.” During the conversation, he challenged them to protect Black women at all costs.
As he noticed that White “cowards” do gang up on a single Black male, he said they will also do the same to Black women.
“We gotta stop that s**t, bruh,” he said. “We gotta send out a message to everybody that if you touch one of our women in any way, we coming down.”
These sentiments follow closely behind a slew of incidents that have been largely publicized involving Trump supporters harassing, tormenting and even assaulting Black and other minority citizens.
He also discussed some of his Godbox lecture tour, revealing that he is hitting smaller, underprivileged communities instead of larger cities.
In other words, Trump supporters, the last thing the “Black Fist” rapper wants is to chin-check any attacks you may have planned for Black women. Be weary and be enlightened in the video below.
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