Megan Thee Stallion: ‘Protect Black Women’ Shouldn’t Be A Controversial Thing To Say

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Megan Thee Stallion is calling out a culture that still disregards and disrespects Black women — despite rallying cries for racial justice and equality.

In a poignant New York Times op-ed published Tuesday, the “Savage” rapper addresses the presidential campaign, sexism, police brutality and the indifference she has recently received after being violently assaulted. She also touches on her appearance on “Saturday Night Liveearlier this month in which she protested the decision not to indict officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death and spoke out in support of Black women.

“I’m not afraid of criticism,” the 25-year-old hip-hop star writes in the Times. “We live in a country where we have the freedom to criticize elected officials. And it’s ridiculous that…



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