Diddy reposted an interesting article from his platform Revolt TV on Twitter. The post generated all kinds of reactions as you will see below.
Check out his tweet here:
Today I wrote about the racist history of Portland, the violence Mayor Ted Wheeler has consistently inflicted on the Black community, and how that has led us to now be in the national spotlight following Trumps invasion. Thanks to @Diddy for the platform! https://t.co/2OjOTT4zAF
— Gregory McKelvey (@GregoryMcKelvey) July 22, 2020
The author wrote: ‘They told me to be unapologetic and to speak truth to power and that’s what I did. Amazing and flawless experience and wonderful to work with @IshaThorpe and @revolttv. What a great team. What should I write about next y’all?’
Someone said: ‘Great piece. Very well-written. Really appreciate the level of detailed knowlege + insights into the community. Thank you.’
A follower posted this: ‘A friend pointed me to this yesterday and it was very enlightening. Thank you.’
A commenter wrote: ‘Fu*k yeah. You wrote the piece. I’m glad to hear someone addressing these issues. The only other person I’ve heard talk on it is @wkamaubell,’ and someone else said: ‘The brave men and women of the Secret Graffiti Gestapo are not racist and do not show prejudice in the discharge of our sacred undisclosed duties. Everyone bleeds red.’
‘Cherish what you have. Love on them. Kiss on the hug on them. Spoil them. Listen to them. Because tomorrow is not promised. A message from Love ❤️ Have a beautiful Sunday people,’ Diddy captioned his post.
People praised Kim and told Diddy that he should have married her and made her happy while she was alive.