White women have apparently attempted to take a stand with women who are victims of sexual assault by taking a knee and this star of HBO's Insecure isn't here for it at all, calling their pseudo-activism hypocrytical.
The actress in question who is calling out those women is Amanda Seales, who plays Tiffany on the widely popular primetime series.
In one of her latest postings from her "Instagram Story Gems" series, the actress and comedian expounded on why she has a gripe with these women's approach in expressing their outrage.
"Hold up. White women are kneeling to protest rape culture?" she asked. "Naw, where the f**k was y'all at when [we] was kneeling about police brutality? Where the f**k y'all was at when Kaep [Colin Kaepernick] was getting his a*s handed to him, because he was kneeling about police brutality? In general where the f**k y'all been at?!"
Continuing to question their motives, Seales went on to slam the group for failing to protest other white women who voted Donald Trump into the presidency.
"Don't be out here kneeling for rape culture, because the fact of the matter is, you don't even have true intersectionality when you talk about rape culture," she added. "A lot of these motherf*****s don't. Too many of them. And of these women — Republicans — that voted [Brett] Kavanaugh in is another white woman on the f**k s**t. It's y'all!"
Take a look at her justifyable rant, below:
It should be further noted that Seales was specifically criticizing the women who have particularly expressed outrage in Kavanaugh being voted into the Supreme Court.
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