Trey Songz Exposes Alleged Racists On Social Media, Posts Their Names & Photos: Where’s The Rest Of Y’all?
Singer Trey Songz is fully invested in the Black Lives Matter movement – so much so that he dropped an emotional song about police brutality deaths called “2020 Riots: How Many Times.”
Trey Songz is also leading his own series of events in his home state of Virginia called Black Lives Matter Weekend. The meet-ups included a Father’s Day bike ride, a candlelight vigil, and feeding the homeless.
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About a week ago I accepted the #FeedYourCityChallenge from my dawg @kingpush and in celebration of Juneteenth as well as Father’s Day weekend we decided to turn it up a notch. I’m excited and inviting everyone to come out in the name of unity, justice, and giving back. Special thanks to @therickydavislegacyfoundation #tonydraper and my bro @mu.daddy for putting this together so quickly. #BLACKLIVESMATTER
But in the meantime, Trey is following actress Skai Jackson‘s suit – calling out alleged racists by name. Similar to his act of putting an alleged scammer on blast on June 18th, the singer is spotting out social media users’ public displays of prejudice and reposting them to his page in hopes of them getting their privileges taken away.
For example, Trey Songz posted a woman named Lindsay Clarke spewing hate speech with the following caption:
“@lindsayclarke7 is a racist, and she follows me. Where the rest of y’all”
He also called out a man named Timothy who suggested hanging a young black boy.
He followed that up with a woman named Barbara Zimmerman.
In Skai Jackson’s case, her Twitter exposé got actor Hartley Sawyer fired from his role on “The Flash.”
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