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Charlamagne Tha God: “America Has Shown Us Historically That Black Lives Don’t Matter In This Country”

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In mid-August, Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King was heavily scrutinized for allegedly being White despite his efforts in the Black community. Shaun’s wife, Rai, came to his defense in a Facebook post, writing “he’s no Rachel Dolezal.” “There’s no spray tan, no fake Black hairstyles, no attempt to make himself appear any more ethnic than he already does,” Rai posted. “Whatever you think you know about him, you don’t. Whatever you think has been uncovered, hasn’t.” Shaun himself even came out with a lengthy statement admitting he’s biracial. Charlamagne Tha God, on the other hand, is simply perplexed by it all – mainly because he thought Shaun was White all along. “The s*** confused the f*** out of me,” he admits to DJ Vlad. “I thought Shaun was White this whole time.”

At the end of the day, however, Charlamagne doesn’t “give a s***” either way since Shaun has proved time and time again that “he’s for the cause.” “Regardless of what he is, he knows what it feels like to be done wrong by police,” Charlamagne explains. “He got beat the f*** up by police – that’s all that matters. He wants justice against police brutality, and who better to have on your side as a comrade than someone whose been through it?”

During this clip Charlamagne also shares his thoughts on people taking from the cultural movement with their own “All Lives Matter” campaigns. Though he feels it’s “absolutely, positively true,” “right now people are focusing on Black lives.” “We’re talking about ‘Black Lives Matter’ because America has shown us, historically, that maybe Black lives don’t matter in this country,” he continues. “And you know what? Whenever people try to shoot down the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and say ‘No, all lives matter,’ essentially what you’re saying is, ‘Black lives don’t matter.'”

Watch on as Charlamagne compares Shaun King to Rachel Dolezal and more above.

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