Korean artists that wanna wear dreads and wear durags but dont wanna show up at times like this. Fuck all of you.— DeVita💝 (@lilchoster) May 31, 2020
They love black culture but don’t give a shit about black people or the black community.— DeVita💝 (@lilchoster) May 31, 2020
The difference is that at the end of the day for us Koreans, it’s a hairstyle we can change. Black people lose JOBS for that same hairstyle. They get KILLED for that same hairstyle. https://t.co/5Gbqze0Pyh— DeVita💝 (@lilchoster) May 31, 2020
There’s nothing wrong with appreciating other cultures. But look at the injustice that’s happening. When we wear dreads it’s “cool” and “edgy” but when black ppl do, it’s “ghetto” and they’re “thugs”. That’s what we’re talking about. We asians need to realize our privilege. https://t.co/QsuSS283jG— DeVita💝 (@lilchoster) May 31, 2020
They’re profiting off of black culture but not showing up when their help is needed. They wouldn’t have their platform if it wasn’t for black culture. It shows that they care about the money they can make from it, but not about the people. https://t.co/hZ1FJKtAHx— DeVita💝 (@lilchoster) May 31, 2020
She has been also retweeting tweets about the issue, whether it is about anti-blackness in the Asian community or the music industry "keeping it neutral".
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