Solange Deletes Twitter Account, Shows Support for Durham Protesters


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. F**k white supremacists. F**k Nazis.

Solange Knowles is reclaiming her time and energy. And it's only going to be worse now that Solange Knowles has called it quits.

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Thompson was charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors over the incident.

The "Cranes in the Sky" singer, Solange Knowles, made it clear that racism and bigotry have no seat at her table.

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Solange wrote: "deleting my twitter soon, but before I dip when we gonna pull up?" Those who have actively campaigned for Thompson's actions and supports efforts to aid Thompson include Bree Newsome, who was famously arrested for climbing the flagpole at a SC statehouse and removing the Confederate banner. "What we go tto do to get my new hero Takiyah Thompson free", she wrote in a tweet that appeared on her account shortly before it was wiped. "F-k your stale ass bland ass monuments".

Before she signed off, she asked her fans to rally on behalf of 22-year-old student Takiyah Thompson, the woman who was arrested in connection to the the toppling of a confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina.

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The singer went further in an Instagram post - also reportedly since deleted - in which she got graphic about her feelings on self-preservation and Confederate monuments and fears for her 12-year-old son's education. She continues, pondering the merits of the American educational system for her son and says she is "thinking about demanding he not be required to take "American History" because its deep dark rooted ugliness continues to live right now, right before our eyes".