Chrisette Michele drops “Black Lives Matter” & Twitter puts her fist down

Social Media savages are slow roasting sunken place R&B singer, Chrisette Michele, like a plump pig on the spit in light of her most recent attempt at re-establishing a connection with the culture.

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Still not off the hook for lending her vocal talents to the presidential inauguration of cheese-it colored Commander-in-Chief, Donald Trump, back in January, the 34-year-old “Ashton Martin Music” songstress is currently being yanked by her big-toe hairs down Twitter timelines for newly dropped single, “Black Lives Matter.”

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Despite the sociopolitically-charged track’s unifying message, unforgiving members of the almighty digital draggers squad are steadily reminding the fallen “Notebook” chanteuse that her pumpkin-headed POTUS affiliation has permanently secured her a place on Hip-Hop’s growing cancellation line.

Chrisette Michele Black Lives Matter

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At the dawn of November, Chrisette—who also was recently force-fed an extra helping of steaming social media slop for attempting to pass off images of another woman’s miscarriage as her own—publicly apologized to the masses for melodically slaying Trump’s inauguration, calling the performance a “bad choice.”

“I made a bad decision. I did something that hurt a lot of people, it was offensive,” the sad-eyed “Blame I️t On Me” boomer said during her latest interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. “While that wasn’t my intention, it’s what happened. And for that I am deeply sorry.

Welp sis, judging from Twitter’s reaction to your new song, you could have kept your lil sorry azz “I’m Sorry.”

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By: Asia Grace

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