The brothers should help the brothers.
The Detroit-born rapper had strong words against some of those who (in his opinion) contribute nothing to the Black Lives Matter movement.
“My idea of happiness is a happy white person, if I can somehow get to the level of a happy white person and carry myself in a way where I feel accepted by happy white people, then I achieved the American dream. That’s why niggas like Charles Barkley and fucking Terry Crews, that’s why these niggas act like that.”
“Of all the times in the world, right now… right now! This is the one time in the history of the planet where you, as a black person, you don’t need to seek validation from white people in this very moment. These niggas is still finding a way to let white people know… Yo, man, we with you!
They telling you they with you! They’re telling you they’re with you! This is one moment where you can just relax and not cater to people! Because, yo, that’s not what equality is!”
Crews‘ comments about what “black supremacy” means and how it relates to the Black Lives Matter movement, and Charles Barkley’s remarks against Drew Brees for having reacted violently against the United States flag, were the cause of Royce’s anger.