Kentucky Attorney General Responds To Megan Thee Stallion's Latest Performance And Accusation
Recently, it's been revealed that Megan Thee Stallion 's SNL performance did not go unnoticed. While a lot of people said that they don't like what she did there overall, during her performance on Saturday Night Live this weekend, the performing artist took the opportunity to call out the Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron .
As you probably know by now, Megan played audio recordings from Tamika Mallory and Malcolm X during her performance as a way of criticizing Cameron’s handling of the Breonna Taylor case.
She was killed by the Louisville police during a raid, and there are various movements online asking for justice.
Anyway, according to the latest reports coming from The Shade Room, the Kentucky Attorney General responds to Megan's accusations.
Megan featured a soundbite from Tamika Mallory, which stated, ' Daniel Cameron is no different than the sellout negroes that sold our people into slavery.'
Megan then continued to say, 'We need to protect our Black women and love our Black women.'
Cameron appeared on Fox News, and he was asked about the backlash that he's been getting these days, and also asked about his response to Megan’s performance.
He responded to it and said, 'Let me just say that I agree that we need to love and protect our Black women. There’s no question about that.' Find out what more he had to say in the video above.
Following the video, he received more backlash.
Someone said: 'I’m not even listening. You can respond to Megan, but you can’t respond to the world screaming arrest the officers that killed Breona Taylor.'
Another follower posted this: 'You didn’t do your job! And the grand jury made sure to let it be known that you didn’t do your job! Don’t get mad for people calling you out for failing to do your job!'
One other commenter left this message in the comments: '“I agree we need to love and protect our black woman”...you date a white woman, and you failed to give a black woman justice ...smh.'
What do you think about his response?