Better Left Unsaid: Celebs Whose Comments On Racial Injustice Missed The Mark

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The Dream

Super producer The Dream had been tweeting about George Floyd’s murder prior to the protests in Atlanta. But a lot of his thoughts seemed disjointed and incoherent. It was hard to piece together what he was really saying, although it was clear that he didn’t approve. But when it was time to speak about the property he owned in Atlanta, the message became crystal clear, partially through the usage of all-caps.

The fact that Dream alleged he wouldn’t be able to take care of his children because his property was damaged is ridiculous. And on a more personal level, people were quick to remind him that according to Nivea, he hasn’t been entirely present for his children. 

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