Pink received a wave of responses after sharing a screenshot of Billie Eilish’s scathing post against the “All Lives Matter” movement on her own Instagram feed.
So the triple Grammy winner, 40, who has the brains to defend herself, responded to the taunts and blatant racist comments that questioned her steadfast support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
After a disciple tried to explain to Pink and other BLM supporters that she believed that George Floyd’s circumstances could happen to “any of us,” the mother of two called the woman “the epitome of white privilege”.
After sharing Billie Eilish’s scathing post on the “All Lives Matter” movement following the murder of George Floyd on his own Instagram, Pink received a wave of responses; photographed in 2019
“The saddest thing is that you don’t even get along and you probably never will,” said the 40-year-old singer.
When another commentator tried to discredit her intelligence by calling it “stupid,” Pink sarcastically replied, “What an insightful and useful comment.
The trolls’ reactions were sparked by Pink sharing a screenshot of the recent essay by the bad guy hitman, which occurred following the murder of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the hands of police on Monday.
Shots Fired: Triple Grammy winner, 40, who has a brain for self-defense, responded to taunts and blatant racist comments that questioned her steadfast support for the Black Lives Matter movement
In the text screen series, Eilish began by writing, “I tried to take this week to find a way to gently solve this problem. I have a huge [sic] platform and I really try to be respectful and take the time to think about what I say and how I say it … But damn fucking king I’m just going to start talking
“If I can still hear someone say” ALL OLD OLD “again f ** king, I’m going to lose my f ** king spirit,” said the 18-year-old.
‘Do you want to close the f ** k uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup ???? No one says that your life doesn’t matter. No one says that your life is not difficult.
Answer: After a disciple tried to explain to Pink and other BLM supporters that she believed that George Floyd’s circumstances could happen to “any of us,” the mother of two. called woman “the epitome of white privilege”
“I’m just going to start talking”: the post is the latest in a series of actions by the artist following the murder of the unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of police on Monday
She went on in the post to draw rather childlike analogies (“because that feels like the only way you will understand MFS,” she said) about a person’s arm being cut or the house in fire, and how no one would expect a bandage to be put on all of the weapons or the “fire department going to all the other houses in the block first because all the houses count”.
” No! “Wrote Eilish. “Because they don’t need it. You are privileged whether you like it or not. Society gives you the privilege of being white. You can be poor, you can be hard… and your skin color gives you even more privileges than you think.
Towards the end of the letter, Eilish got to the heart of the matter, explaining why the Black Lives Matter movement is so necessary and the idea of ”All Lives Matter” is antithetical to him.
Like many people, she has it: Billie Eilish denounces the inherently racist “All Lives Matter” movement in a scathing and lengthy new essay published on her Instagram on Saturday; photographed in 2020
“The slogan of BlackLivesMatter does not mean that other lives do not,” she wrote. “This draws attention to the fact that society clearly thinks that the life of blacks does not matter ** !!!!! And they make f ** king !!!!! ‘
She finished her letter with a repetition of the phrase “Black Lives Matter” and ended with the hashtag #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd.
The message comes after another fiery share of the singer, who was in response to Donald Trump’s muffled tweets about the protests that erupted in Minneapolis and across the country after this latest murder of an unarmed black American.