Spice Speaks For Equality And A Better Future

Spice Speaks For Equality And A Better Future 1

Spice, along with other Jamaican entertainers, show solidarity with George Floyd protests.
She joined peaceful protesters in the streets of Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday, June 2nd. In unison with other protesters, she chanted: “What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now”. Here is one of the videos posted on her official Facebook page.


She also posted a clip of her music video “Black Hypocrisy” via tweeter.

View the entire music video here: Spice – Black hypocrisy

While on the topic of black hypocrisy – In a recent video uploaded to Facebook, Spice voiced her opinion about persons who criticize the rioting. “I hate to see black people attacking his other,” she says. Listen to what she has to say about it:

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