Yandy Smith, Trae Tha Truth & Porsha Williams Arrested At Breonna Taylor Protest + Yandy Sneaks Phone In During Arrest & Documents Incident [VIDEO]

Yandy Smith, Trae Tha Truth & Porsha Williams Arrested At Breonna Taylor Protest, Yandy Sneaks Phone In During Arrest & Documents Incident [VIDEO]

According to reports, more than 60 protesters were arrested Tuesday (August 25th), while protesting over the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville.

Love & Hip Hop’s Yandy Smith was arrested, along with rapper Trae Tha Truth and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams.

The demonstration and their arrest comes on the last day of BreonnaCon. Both Yandy and Porsha documented the demonstration.


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Matter fact you ain’t gonna take me sitting down. I’m standing my ground????????

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?? #NoJusticeNoPeace #BREONNATAYLOR

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Yandy recorded parts of their arrest, by sneaking her phone and filming footage. She captured footage of them being transported in a van and being held in a gated holding area, handcuffed. See the footage below.

According to reports, those arrested were charged with obstructing a roadway and disorderly conduct.

As previously reported, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician, was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove on March 13, 2020. Three plainclothes LMPD officers executing a no-knock search warrant entered her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky. Gunfire was exchanged between Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker (who was licensed to carry a firearm) and the officers. Walker said that he believed that the officers were intruders. The LMPD officers fired over twenty shots. Taylor was shot eight times and LMPD Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly was injured by gunfire. Another police officer and an LMPD lieutenant were on the scene when the warrant was executed.

According to a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the police by the Taylor family’s attorney, the officers, who entered Taylor’s home without knocking or announcing a search warrant, opened fire “with a total disregard for the value of human life.”

Authored by: tjbwriteratlanta