George Floyd protests: Saucy Santana twerks to Tupac while demanding justice, fans say 'he's got issues'
The racy video has attracted a variety of reactions from the followers, with many trying to get their heads around Santana moving his booty to bring justice to Floyd
Perhaps a few might soon run short of creativity to demonstrate their protest seeking justice for George Floyd. Following in the footsteps of Madonna’s son’s David Banda, who danced to Michael Jackson’s ‘They Don’t Really Care About Us’ in the light of the murder of the 46-year-old black man by a former cop, Florida rapper Saucy Santana has shared a video of himself twerking to Tupac's song 'Changes' with the caption #JusticeForFloyd. He wrote, “Do what YOU feel like is right! #MOOD #JusticeForFloyd AND ALL OTHER INJUSTICE IS THE BIG PICTURE!!!”
The racy video has attracted a variety of reactions from the followers, with many trying to get their heads around Santana moving his booty to bring justice to Floyd. "I don’t wanna see shit else about Santana. I knew he wasn’t the brightest crayon in the box but he got issues fr," wrote an angry fan. "This After a long day of squeezing himself into clothes 2 sizes too small for him for a photo op, Santana unwinds by twerking for equality.... LMFAO," wrote a fan. One amused follower asked, “Now why did Santana just post a video of him twerking to “changes” by Tupac with the justiceforFloyd hashtag," while another wrote, “Santana is on IG twerking to 2pacs ‘Changes’ with the hashtag “justice for Floyd”...... I’m going to bed." Another user commented, “Please don’t say justice for george while giving seizure at the same time."
He also sparked reactions on Twitter for yet another stunt of his to spread awareness about the issue of discrimination while talking about All Lives Matter. Santana recently did a photo shoot with his crew with each one of them holding a placard with different messages. The rapper held one which read, “I Can’t Breathe”, apart from another which had “All Lives Matter” written on it. Soon, he became the hot topic of discussion as the internet began discussing the purpose of the photoshoot and extremely uncomfortable attire.
A Twitter user wrote, “Not Santana putting on a tight ass jacket, tight ass leather pants holding up a sign talking about “I can’t breathe” well obviously bitch! Next time come out ready to march, not for attention.” Offering a suggestion, one of his followers tweeted, “Santana saweetie..All that money for hair, clothes, makeup and posters could’ve been used to donate to anyone’s fund. all lives matter is a protest to our protest. the fact that you booked a photo shoot instead of actually going out to protest says a lot about you.”