Solange Deleted Her Twitter Account For A Relatable AF Reason


Solange Deleted Her Twitter Account For A Relatable AF Reason

After signing off from Twitter, Solange reappeared online to share a message via her Instagram story. Thompson, according to reports, as per a report from ABC, is a 22-year-old college student who was arrested for helping to pull down a Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina. She was charged with two counts each of felonies and misdemeanors. "What we got to do to get my new hero Takiyah Thompson free", she asked in a tweet that appeared on her account shortly before it was wiped.

Solange was among the first high-profile artists to denounce the violence and hatred in Charlottesville, VA, on social media this past weekend, but the A Seat at the Table singer has since deleted her Twitter account.

Solange is one of many public figures and celebrities speaking out against the atrocities of the white supremacist, torched marched as well as the comments and remarks of United States President, Donald Trump.

In a video that went viral late Monday evening, Thompson can be seen scaling a ladder and wrapping a rope around the statue, which her fellow protesters then used to topple the Confederate Soldiers Monument.

In two telling posts, the politically active singer vehemently expressed her outrage over the events that have unfolded in Charlottesville, Va., and Durham, N.C.

Later, she anxious about her son 12-year-old son Daniel Julez Smith Jr.'s education and future. "F*ck nazis. F*ck your stale ass bland ass monuments". "How mofos supposed to have a fresh start with education, seeing this shit?"

In a message, which has since been deleted, she wrote: "been trying to study myself. been trying to practice self preservation during this time and not give racist ugly ass f**k bois who reek of citronella my energy so that I can preserve my spirit to perform this album".