American rapper Kanye West deserves a big round of applause for what he did after the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. The murder of these three black Americans once again got the topic of racial discrimination still being prevalent in society and saw several protests across the country asking for justice. The rapper and iconic figure of the music industry has made massive donations towards the families of these three individuals in these dark times.
As per reports in TMZ, Kanye has reportedly donated $2 million to the families of the deceased individuals. Followed by which he has also taken care of Gianna, daughter of Floyd's college funds. Besides this, he has also donated towards the legal fees which will be required by the families of Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery to fight it out legally in court for justice. While Breonna was shot by a cop in Louisville, Kentucky at her residence, Ahmaud Arbery was killed by white men while he was jogging in Brunswick, Georgia
A big salute to the rapper.
Also, further reports mentioned how the rapper has gone on to donate in some businesses in the country owned by black individuals in Chicago. This move apparently came after the fans slammed the music label for not supporting the anti-racism cause, later Warner Music Group made a huge donation of $100 million, but the name of the organization under wraps. ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian- Kanye West Celebrate Sixth Wedding Anniversary; Lady Shares Loved-Up Pics Amid Rumours Of Tension Between The Two
Also, Kanye was seen protesting on Thursday in Chicago, he was captured wearing a black mask during the protest. He was seen sans his wife Kim Kardashian and his kids at the protest. ALSO READ: Rapper And Kim Kardashian’s Hubby Kanye West Is Officially A Billionaire, Thanks To The Basketball Shoes Bearing His Name
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