Don't post black lives matter if you are bleaching - Hushpuppi

Don't post black lives matter if you are bleaching - Hushpuppi

- Dubai-based big boy Hushpuppi has reacted to the ongoing Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest

- According to him, people who have bleached their skins are not allowed to join the movement

- Hushpuppi said this via a post shared on his Instastory channel

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Ray Hushpuppi has joined several other celebrities who have used their online platforms to show support for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest that has been going on in some countries after the death of George Floyd at the hands of white police officers.

The Dubai-based businessman in a post shared on his official Instagram page appeared to have a problem with some crop of people who have been joining the movement.

According to Hushpuppi, people who are guilty of bleaching their skins or changing their skin color are not fit to be a part of the protest that advocates for black lives.

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In the post shared on Instastory, Hushpuppi said: "Don’t post black lives matter if you are bleaching."

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See the post below:

Don't post black lives matter if you are bleaching - Hushpuppi

Hushpuppi drops shade for who bleach their skins. Photo: Instagram/@hushpuppi
Source: Instagram

As much as Huhspuuppi is known for flaunting a luxury lifestyle on social media, he is also known for contributing his quota to social issues.

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Some months ago, Hushpuppi came out to question wealthy Nigerian individuals who claimed to have made huge donations towards fighting the coronavirus pandemic in the country.

According to the socialite, people should check who these billionaires donated their funds to because the orphanages and hospitals in Nigeria are still lacking greatly.

Hushpuppi went ahead to describe the alleged donations as audio billions for clout.

In a related BLM protest story, previously reported that heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua joined the fight against brutality against the black race in his hometown in Watford.

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Joshua who recently suffered a minor injury while on lockdown needed a pair of crutches to join the protest with the slogan 'Black Lives Matter'.

Joshua did not only march, but the boxer of Nigerian descent also delivered a powerful poem to the people gathered at a park for another Watford local and friend.

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