Trey Songz Reacts To An Adult Website’s Unexpected Decision Over Racial Discrimination Protest
Hip-hop singer/songwriter Trey Songz posted an unexpected image on his official Instagram account that shows a bizarre announcement of an adult website over recent protests in the United States against racism and police brutality.
If you check out the image, you will notice a statement made by the website’s team to take action with the black community. In the statement, they commit to demanding justice for racial discrimination.
According to the announcement, they promise that only ‘ebony‘ videos will be available on the website from June 6 to June 12. Here’s the announcement:
“We commit to stand in solidarity and take action with the Black Community as they rightfully demand justice. That’s why from 6th-12th only ebony videos will be available on our website.”
The 35-year-old hip-hop artist took to Instagram by adding the image of the adult website that shows the bizarre announcement, and he showed his astonishment by putting ‘pervy eyes‘ emoji:
Trey also added a comment on his post and said that the picture is fake. He explained that he shared it with his followers as think everyone needs to laugh these tough days:
“Lol everybody needs a good laugh these days. I’m sorry but this made me chuckle fr.”
A celebrity event planner named Nema Kamar joked and said:
“This is a lie. I have been on there all day!”
Instagram phenomenon Melvin Gregg said by referring to the girls in the picture:
“Tag the girls 😂😂”
See the Instagram photo below.