Black Rapper Tells The Truth About Black Lives Matter


Prominent rapper and record producer Hopsin told the truth about ‘Black Lives Matter’ in a barrage of tweets that he was subsequently forced to delete, remarking that BLM activists can’t claim to care about black lives until they address the elephant in the room – black people killing each other in huge numbers.

Hopsin – real name Marcus Jamal Hopson – posted the tweets in the aftermath of the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and the five Dallas police officers who were murdered by a Black Lives Matter-inspired extremist.

Remarking that he loved all races, Hopsin said the “black lives argument” was “contradicting” because many more black people kill other black people every week than officer-involved shootings of black people.

“Black people, we can’t expect ANYONE to respect us unless we respect ourselves first. Life doesn’t work like that,” tweeted Hopsin, who has over half a million Twitter followers.

“Let’s be real. Black lives don’t even matter to a lot of blacks. So how come all the sudden black lives matter when someone else kills us?” he added.

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Although the tweets were archived, they subsequently disappeared from Hopsin’s page, suggesting that he was almost certainly pressured into deleting them after a backlash from BLM mobs on Twitter.

One Twitter user labeled Hopsin “ignorant” while another remarked, “If you can’t see why #BlackLivesMatter, then you’re no better than them.”

However, Hopsin’s comments are completely backed up by the facts.

Around 93% of all black murders are committed by other blacks according to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, despite the fact that blacks only make up around 13% of the population.

Hopsin’s refusal to swallow ‘Black Lives Matter’ race-grievance bait is not surprising given the lyrics to some of his songs like the one embedded below, which encourages young blacks to reject the ghetto-chic gangster culture that glorifies criminality.

Hopsin was not the only celebrity to face the wrath of ‘Black Lives Matter’ agitators on Twitter this week.

“Singer Jennifer Lopez posted a tweet Tuesday that included the hashtag “#AllLivesMatter,” but deleted it just moments later,” reports Breitbart.

Despite the tweet only appearing for minutes, Lopez was hit by a barrage of invective from BLM supporters. According to ‘Black Lives Matter’ co-founder Marissa Jenae Johnson, using the term “#AllLivesMatter” is a “racial slur”.