The family of deceased violent felon George Floyd is threatening to sue Kanye West after the superstar entertainer-turned-cultural critic told the truth about his death during a recent interview. West has made international headlines as of late, thanks to his disruption of the corporate media, uni-party narrative.
Kanye West joined the Drink Champs Podcast in an episode that aired Saturday and told the truth about the death of George Floyd. That’s led Floyd’s family, who have profited to the tune of millions of dollars off of the BLM narrative surrounding his death, to publicly threaten legal action against West, apparently in their latest attempt to receive a financial court settlement.
Thus far, in addition to receiving a more than $27 million settlement from the city of Minneapolis, where Floyd died while under arrest, his family has made tens of millions of dollars by way of GoFundMe and donations from big-money left-wing groups.
“They hit him with the fentanyl. If you look, the guy’s knee wasn’t even on his neck like that,” Kanye West told the Drink Champs Podcast.
West’s explanation for Floyd’s death echoes information that came out during the homicide trial of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin. With the jury under immense media and political pressure, Chauvin was convicted of killing George Floyd at trial, despite the fact that Floyd had enough fentanyl and methamphetamine in his body to “kill three humans.”
Despite the medical facts, the Floyd family attorney, Lee Merritt, claimed in a Sunday tweet that his clients are “considering suit for Kanye’s false statements” about the manner of Floyd’s death.
“Claiming Floyd died from fentanyl and not the brutality established criminally and civilly undermines & diminishes the Floyd family’s fight,” Merritt went on, seeming to threaten that anyone who questions the George Floyd narrative will face consequences.
Kanye West didn’t stop at fentanyl though when it came to dispelling the myths around George Floyd.
Further blowing the lid off the left-wing media narrative painting Floyd as an innocent black victim who pled for his mother as a white cop suffocated him to death with his knee, Kanye reminded podcast listeners of additional information that came out at trial.
“When he said ‘mama,’ mama is his girlfriend. They said he screamed for his mama. Mama was his girlfriend,” West explained.
Watch Kanye West expose the fake BLM narrative below: