In A Surprise Turn Of Events, George Floyd’s Family Is Considering Lawsuit Against Kanye West
Kanye West has got some Benjamin Button thing going on, except instead of aging in reverse, he’s radicalizing in reverse. The 45-year-old rapper is basically on the same level as Tucker Carlson these days.
While knee deep in conspiracy theories, West went on a ‘Drink Champs’ episode and tried to claim that George Floyd died from a fentanyl overdose.
“If you look, the guy’s knee wasn’t even on his neck like that,” he said during the interview, “They hit him with that fentanyl,” he added.
Kanye West says George Floyd passed away because of fentanyl and that the cop’s knee “wasn’t even on his neck like that” pic.twitter.com/sVKy3VK35O
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He also said that he wanted to be careful with this subject because he feared the “Jewish media” would block him out.
Well, they didn’t block him out, and Floyd’s family heard the interview, and now they’re trying to figure out if they want to give Kanye West the Alex Jones treatment by suing him for spreading lies about the dead.
The family’s lawyer sent out the following statement:
While one cannot defame the dead, the family of #GeorgeFloyd is considering suit for Kanye’s false statements about the manner of his death. Claiming Floyd died from fentanyl not the brutality established criminally and civilly undermines & diminishes the Floyd family’s fight.
It’s a shocking turn of events, especially when you remember that West launched a college fund for Floyd’s daughter back in 2020. He donated $2 million to support the families of Floyd, Ahmaud Arbrery and Breonna Taylor.
Truly wild to see his transformation. One has to remember that Kanye has a mental illness that makes him susceptible to a conspiratorial mindset. He feeds on the “me vs the world” mindset, and has a huge fear of being controlled, so of course he’s going to gravitate toward a certain group of people. It’s sad to see.
But of course, that “me vs the world” attitude probably helped him achieve a lot in life, so you know, it’s good and bad. Gotta find that balance, and right now, he hasn’t located it.
And just to be clear, the cop’s knee was definitely “on his neck” like that. Not saying he didn’t also have drugs in his system, but if that cop hadn’t been kneeling on his neck for nearly 10 minutes, he would still be alive. It’d be like a drunk driver killing someone with cancer. They may have died with cancer, but the drunk driver killed them.
Also multiple medical examiners have confirmed that Floyd died from a low level of oxygen, which caused damage to his brain and heart. They say the drugs found in his system were not enough to be fatal.