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Solange calls out Nazis, praises Takiyah Thompson, then deletes her Twitter

In the wake of the white nationalist rally held Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the president’s apparent inability to pick a side in the Nazis vs. humans debate, many people are struggling to make sense of the world during seemingly senseless times. Solange—ever the trendsetter—has deleted her Twitter account, after writing one last mic drop-worthy tweet, Pitchfork … Continue reading “Solange calls out Nazis, praises Takiyah Thompson, then deletes her Twitter” In the wake of the white nationalist rally held Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the president’s apparent inability to pick a side in the Nazis vs.
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