Rihanna Demands Justice For Breonna Taylor As Daniel Cameron Celebrates Black History Month: Sup N***a
Rihanna’s shade is never lacking and her response to Daniel Cameron, Kentucky Attorney General, is no exception.
She took to Twitter to react to Daniel Cameron’s Black History Month video Monday, Feb. 1st, and wrote,
“Sup n—a? #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor”
The Needed Me singer also had a message on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, as Donald Trump exited his role as President and Joe Biden was sworn in.
Rihanna shared a photo of her taking out the trash with the caption,
“I’m just here to help.”
She added the hashtag “#wediditJoe”, a nod to Vice President Kamala Harris’s reaction to the win.
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Daniel Cameron received lots of criticism after he failed to present charges against the three officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death. Recently, three grand jurors called for him to get impeached.
They accuse him of falsifying information to the media to help his own image.
He alleged in the press conference that the jurors didn’t want to move forward with potential homicide charges against the officers, but now the three jurors say those charges were never presented to them as an option. In fact, the only alleged charge they were informed of was wanton endangerment.
They said Daniel Cameron used them as “a shield to deflect accountability and responsibility.”