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October 9, 2018 ( Post 1 )
Musician Masego found himself in hot water after he shared a post on twitter captioned “Ima Israelite. I ain’t no balck no mo.”
Tweeps didn’t come easy at him over that phrase as they gave him lectures on Israel as a country and some rebuked him and called him a non-blessing to Africans.
However, the phrase was a line from Kendrick Lamar’s single YAH.
How can you support the Apartheid state so proudly? Money cannot hold this much power over you.
— ZUKI (@Blac_Zuki) October 6, 2018
bathong, masego. what do you mean? 💔
— tinashe catchingwe. (@wavyxinterlude) October 6, 2018
Disgusting …. Simply bone-chillingly Evil. Anti-Apartheid campaigns like #DontPlaySunCity brought down the White Supremacist embezzling regime in South Africa. Yet you go legitimize the brutal occupation of #Palestine ? You cant be an African. #AshamedOfMasego @BDSsouthafrica
— Brad Ruiters (@braddo_ct) October 8, 2018
please don’t profit from apartheid. Take ur beautiful music elsewhere ❤️🙏🏾
— Amira (@amirasubwayo) October 8, 2018
You a fool that’s what you are.. P.O.S! pic.twitter.com/rDFflcLWzt
— #FreeKuma🐻 (@KaraboMafa) October 6, 2018
israel is an apartheid state, the israelis have massacred women/children and displaced palestinians for generations in the name of reclaiming their holy land
— ♒ (@ghostfacerilla) October 6, 2018
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