Sharon Osbourne agreed with Kanye West’s controversial opinion that Black Lives Matter is a “scam” when TMZ asked her about the rapper’s recent antics.
“Well, we gave $900,000 to [Black Lives Matter], and I’d like my money back, please,” she told a reporter.
After receiving strong criticism for donning a “White Lives Matter” shirt during his recent Yeezy fashion show, the rapper doubled down in an Instagram story, writing “Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam. Now it’s over. You’re welcome.”
Osbourne, 69, also said West, 45, shouldn’t be canceled over his actions and instead encouraged people to ignore him if they don’t “like him.”
“I don’t understand why white lives don’t matter?” Osbourne told TMZ in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. “Listen, it’s not my thing. It’s not my culture. I don’t understand it. Everybody matters, don’t they?”
Osbourne continued, “You can’t stop people from living their lives, doing what they do. Don’t go to his social media. Don’t listen to his music. Leave the guy alone, let him do what he does, and if you don’t like him do that.”
Osbourne is becoming quite the popular political voice in conservative circles since Fox Nation’s “Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back,” the show is ripe with Osbourne’s blunt honesty on the media bias and cancel culture. Osbourne took on CBS, CNN, and ABC networks throughout the interview.
Sharon also dismantled host Don Lemon recently saying “He turned against me. He never called for a quote. He never called for his statement, and he turned against me. And I was a big fan of his,” Osbourne said. ”I just thought, ‘How ignorant of you not to ask the other side,’ because that’s your job.”
Kanye West has had a lot of backlash over that post, even from friend and coworker P Diddy, to whom he responded “I didn’t like our convo, I’m selling these tees,” Ye told Puff in a lengthy text. “Nobody gets in between me and my money. This is my grandfather texting you now.”
“Never call me with no bulls— like that again unless you ready to green light me cause anybody who got on that tee is me. Out of respect for everything you’ve meant to me, I’ll be quiet as Virgil but now I know how I’ve hurt people I love with threats,” he added.
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