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AKA Labels Black Out Tuesday Posts As Bullshit

Who would have come up with a massive campaign intrinsically infringing on a movements social media platform that shrouds serious information media as well as vital resource sharing with nothing but black images? 🤔 #blacktuesday ... Wake up. 🧠 ... The Matrix is in full effect.

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On Tuesday a lot of celebrities across the world, that includes SA celebs took to sharing a blank black post but AKA didn’t and here’s why.

Well, the aim for the Black Out Tuesday was to show support against police brutality, racism, killings, rape and much more horrible incident which mainly took part in America.

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However, this didn’t rub AKA the right way and he had his own reasons. Taking it to his social media the rapper called on every to “use their brains”. Super Mega thinks this is the stunt to distract audiences from what is really happening.

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Taking to his social media the Fela In Versace hitmaker wrote lengthy posts detailing his views.

Drowning out actual information, images and videos with silence. Wake up. Use your own 🧠 … The whole point is to amplify voices at this time. Now the BLM hashtag, which featured links, real-time videos of protests & brutality & ways to truly contribute, is now full of black screens.

“Sounds like to me … how’s about after this we use our money to support black businesses, artists and ventures … ??? Let’s see that energy trend. Check the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag. It literally looks like censorship. Whoever designed this knew EXACTLY what they were doing.

Who would have come up with a massive campaign intrinsically infringing on a movements social media platform that shrouds serious information media as well as vital resource sharing with nothing but black images? 🤔 #blacktuesday … Wake up. 🧠 … The Matrix is in full effect.

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In theatrical magic, misdirection is a form of deception in which the performer draws audience attention to one thing to distract it from another. Managing audience attention is the aim of all theatre and the foremost requirement of all magic tricks. Hmmmm … The Plot Thickens.”

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