I don’t know if Chilli’s baby hair was wrapped to tight or what?
Chilli and T Boz statement in a recent statements in their interview about politics and important issues in the black community. Were truly disappointing. They have been in the game wayyyy to long for this nonsense.
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In fact they made it on my canceled list right along with Gilbert Arenas.
Chilli made the comments when asked about her political involvement, admitting that she had not gone to any of the marches.
“For me, all lives matter because there’s a time when different groups are targeted for different things,” she explained. “Even with the police brutality against these young black boys and stuff like that, all of that kind of stuff is wrong. Even if it was a Caucasian teen kid this was happening to, it’s just not right.”
That was not to say that she didn’t think that there were problems with police and abuse of power, however.
“Some people take that authoritative position and go crazy with it obviously,” she said. “I think that before people are higher in these positions, they need to do a background check or mental stability check on them to see if they can really handle being in a position like that.”
T-Boz, meanwhile, said very little on the subject of Black Lives Matter but did offer this as her political insight: “I don’t care about Donald Trump. God is my president.”
The BFC reacts to Chilli’s statement.
Charlamagne show no MERCY.
In a comment left on The Shade Room Chili explains,
“Of course Black Lives Matter and the killing of young black boys is heartbreaking to all of us. Everyone knows I am a black mother of a black son so there is no way I could watch what’s happening and not be affected.”
“That video was from an interview in London asking me about issues happening in the U.S. My response was inclusive of everyone, but not meant to undervalue the Black Lives Matter movement or to suggest police brutality against blacks is acceptable.”